House Hunting- Red Flags To Look For

The house hunting process provides a chance to find the perfect place, a place that you desire, but every home buyer should take precautions against purchasing a home which requires more work, time or funding than they can manage. In real estate certain red flags help buyers buy their new place without taking unnecessary risks in buying their new home.

House Hunting- Red Flags To Look For

House Hunting- Red Flags To Look For

Let’s face it sellers don’t always disclose the whole truth to the potential buyers. Everything may look good on the surface, but don’t let that blind you to the potential problems that may haunt you later.

Bad Smell- Use your nose or check out the smell. Don’t just use your eyes, use your nose to figure out any odour, see what is causing it. Do you smell mildew, pet or cigarette odour? Remember bad smell could translate to a larger issue which can cost you dearly down the road. If you are interested get an inspector to check in for molds or leaks. [Read more…]

The Worth of a Calm and Quiet House

Do you prefer a home at the bustling center of a city or do you love the quiet humdrum of a suburban lifestyle? This is a tricky question, by the way! Because everyone would like to have a house close to their office locations which is often in the central parts of the city. However, after a tiring day at office, everyone also wants to reach a calm crash pad away from the traffic noises and non-stop activities. Cities like Dehradun offer a calmer lifestyle. The New Residential Projects in Dehradun offer a luxury lifestyle in the lap of nature. But what if you don’t get the privilege of living in a serene city like that?

The Worth of a Calm and Quiet House

As they say “Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder”, similarly “Quiet is in the ears of the beholder”. Calmness and quiet is of great importance when it comes to the real estate sector. A quiet home is valued more than the one that offers a noisy surrounding. In India, developers have found a midway between the two. A home in a suburb that is still in the developmental phase offers the advantages of being closer to the main city area providing a serene atmosphere at the same time. Reports suggest that quiet adds 10% more to the home’s value. [Read more…]