When going for a property purchase, what is it that you have on top of your mind? This can be really a tricky question because there are lot of things you have to consider before choosing the perfect dream home. However, in the back of your head, there are few things that you know for sure which you cannot compromise with. These are called the non-negotiable parts of your property purchase.
In India and around the world, researches have been conducted to know what all things home buyers can’t compromise on when searching for their dream home. There is nothing like a perfect home. The definition of perfection also differs from person to person. Someone would like a sprawling villa estate in a suburb while someone would prefer a studio flat in a high-rise apartment complex.
Whatever be their choice, home buyers cannot compromise on few things. These includes natural light, privacy, nearness to an active market, storage option, parking services, etc. No one would prefer a damp, dark and cornered flat in an apartment building. Everyone wants some natural light to enter their home and this is one thing buyers don’t want to compromise with. Another important thing is their privacy. Proximity to the marketplace is another important factor buyers pay attention to. Some would like to buy on the main road, whereas some would hate it. For the youngsters who love their cars a lot, the importance shifts to parking service. No parking, no perfect home.
We fail to realize this but compromise plays a vital role in every walk of life, hence in the property purchase too. Bound by human nature, we wish for more things than we can afford. But we end up compromising. So it is better to make a list of things you can live without before stepping into the real estate arena. Do not have too many non-negotiables in your list which can make your property search even harder for you.
So, today ask yourself what all things are must in your life and what all can you compromise on? Then, go ahead for home buying!
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