From middle class to the elite, everyone looks for a home of better choice and better rates as well. In today’s world, the present generation with surplus income has adapted a tendency to blindly choose a home with its exterior appeal. Continue reading
In the present market scenario getting a house or villa has become quiet complicated due to the increased price rates and the locality in which it is built. With the situation standing thus, you might be in a confused state looking for perfect ideas and solutions.
Well, here is the solution to all your worries. When you have a choice to rent a villa then why you need to worry about the sky-high prices!! Take a look on some of the pros of renting a villa at a cost-effective price. Continue reading
Daughters are wealth to a family…
Even though after marriage they move to another house, they still have rights on their father’s property as per Section 6 of Hindu Succession Act 1956. As per the Hindu Succession Act, every daughter has equal rights along with her brothers in the ancestral property. If the father expires without making a will, then the property will be shared among his heirs. Continue reading
Manikonda, a commercial suburb in Hyderabad is transforming itself into a residential hub, with many housing projects entering into the market. The main reason for such change, is the presence of leading IT and ITES companies close by. Workforces working in areas like Gachibowli and HI-Tech City do not want to travel far and thus lookout for good options in Manikonda. Witnessing such huge demand, developers have started thronging Manikonda with their good projects. Continue reading
Are you a first time home buyer? Then you would have several factors to consider before buying a home like selling price, locality, budget, repute builders and many more. Amongst all, “Saving Tax” would be the prime concern for any new home buyer. When you invest in a property, be careful about the tax implications that come along with your property purchase. Continue reading
The Transfer Of Property Act 1882 and Registration Act, 1908 prescribe compulsory registration of certain documents. Transfer of Property Act mandates that certain documents to be valid; they should give “notice to the world”. Registration Act, 1908 gives the mechanism to the concept of “notice to the world”. The documents registered in Book 1 of Registration Offices are public documents, so any public may inspect such book; get copies of the same and a list of details of registered documents chronologically in the shape Continue reading