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high rise
26 April 2019 - 14:00, by , in NRI, Property Trends, No comments
India is witnessing an unprecedented growth of infrastructure. There is a massive shift to living in gated communities with high rise buildings. Cloning the western culture of development and living, India has seen an enormous rise in construction of multi-storey buildings. An excellent example is Mumbai being named as Skyscraper City with the 12th highest...
community living
25 April 2019 - 14:00, by , in Property Trends, No comments
Indian residential living is evolving in tandem with global trends. The desire for community living with luxurious lifestyle amenities is the driving force behind numerous world-class residential townships coming up in the country. Gated residential colonies is an age-old concept. It dates back to the late 1800s when the wealthy citizens required luxurious living which...
laws
24 April 2019 - 14:00, by , in NRI, No comments
If the spouse holds the property jointly, their equity can divide it. To reasonably arrive at the individual stakes, you can get the property assessed, by the market value of the property. Also, when a spouse is holding the title of the property jointly, they are required to do the requisite paperwork and transfer the...
Documentation Process
22 April 2019 - 14:00, by , in NRI, No comments
The documentation process is lengthy before purchasing any Real Estate asset and can turn out to be quite cumbersome for first-time buyers. Buying a home is one of the most significant investments of your life and a significant milestone. It is always beneficial to be well informed about how the documentation process works and all...
investment
18 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in NRI, No comments
We have often heard that an investor makes a killing buying or selling real estate in India. It is also an often heard tale that someone lost money in a project that never materialized due to issues that crept up and thus rendering the property impossible to sell. All investors aim to be savvy investors...
investing
17 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in NRI, No comments
Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest people of all time, once said, “90% of all millionaires become so through real estate investing”. Real Estate has been proven to be a successful method of building wealth through centuries. However, there is a right way and a wrong way to purchase real estate and if not done...
tax
16 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in NRI, No comments
Indian Real Estate is witnessing a new era of development. The rise of townships, family-friendly neighbourhoods, home insurance options and luxurious lifestyle along with government initiatives of affordable housing, credit linked subsidy scheme, Goods and Services Tax and RERA have empowered the middle-class Indian investor. There could be no better time to invest in the property...
investment
15 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in Property Trends, No comments
Real estate investors in India tend to enter into investment transactions for a long term. The property purchased is usually held for years with the expectation of the asset rising in value over the years. Time, therefore, is of utmost importance in such transactions. It has been noticed that the there is less clarity about...
real estate
12 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in NRI, No comments
Smart investments have the potential to change lives, providing us with sufficient funds to fulfil our dreams. In today’s time, most people have an investment portfolio comprising of a bouquet of investment products – stocks, gold, bonds, government schemes, etc., but the most underrated or ignored investments continues to be real estate. Considering the huge...
real estate
11 April 2019 - 8:00, by , in NRI, No comments
Indian Real Estate has seen various policy changes in the last one year. The policy and regulation modifications implemented by the Government of India are aimed at improving the investment environment and stimulating institutional investment in the country. The broader idea behind the regulatory changes is to bring transparency and accountability in the otherwise unstructured...