Buying a property in your name is a dream for every individual, especially for those who are in the early stages of their career or who are newly-wed or who are about to get married. Talking about engaged couples, buying a home becomes a dream due to financial constraints and burdens of the pre and post wedding ceremonies.
The real estate market of Dubai has always attracted homebuyers from various countries. This can easily be understood by the last year data which shows housing sales in Dubai was the main reason behind the steady growth of the city’s property market. However, a new survey report, published recently has revealed that this momentum will remain same this year too.
As per the report, Dubai will attract more homebuyers in 2019 that will eventually lead to growth in the real estate market.
With the onset of 2019, there is a buzz among property investors that how the Indian real estate sector will perform in the present year. With many policy formulations and implementations, the realty sector has shown a steady growth across all the segments in 2018. So, maintaining the same momentum, this year too the market is expected to show a steep growth, suggest experts.
Owning a home individually is definitely not a cup of tea for many aspiring homeowners. Thus, the need to opt for a home loan with the longest tenure is the one big thing that comes to your mind. But, now with the option to avail huge tax benefit you as a home buyer must look for a smart option and i.e. having a co-borrower to avail home loan.
The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) is all set to allot over 1200 ready to move flats in the two sectors of Greater Noida from October 10. The new housing scheme will offer multi-storey apartments, located in Sector 12 and Omicron 1. The announcement has been made keeping in mind the festive season which is going to start from Wednesday.
According to the scheme, the Authority will offer possession of 1, 246 housing units of various configurations i.e. 1-BHK, 2-BHK and 3-BHK flats with modern amenities. All the information about the scheme will be made available on the GNIDA website.
Home loan is usually the first thing on mind of almost every home buyer as the amount involved in the home buying procedure is not small that one can deposit. So, be cautious about getting a home loan sanctioned as the minor mistakes made in the loan application process can turn your financial condition upside down. So, go through the below-mentioned points and learn about the mistakes that can hamper your home loan application:
Kolkata has seen a spurt in the residential real estate market in last few years. With back to back infrastructure developments and changing trend in the property market many ne suburbs have emerged as a preferred residential location among home buyers. Micro-markets like Newtown, Rajarhat, Narendrapur, Garia, etc. are among the top localities offering seamless connectivity, better returns, and affordable as well as premium developments in Kolkata.
Nallagandla is one of the most popular localities in the West Hyderabad which has become a hotspot for residential investment in recent times. Due to its smooth connectivity to other parts of the city and presence of several IT companies, Nallagandla has seen an influx in the housing demand by many salaried class professionals.
Let’s take a look at some of the major factors which makes Nallagandla a realty hotspot:
The lush green area with sprawling open land and industrial growth make Boisar one of the hubspot for affordable housing segment in Maharashtra’s real estate sector. The smart and convenient connectivity with Virar and other areas of Mumbai city via Western railway line make both working as well as living affordable in this region.
Both the NRIs and the property market are attracted to each other. Thus, many people face a situation where the real estate agent talks about a property of an NRI which is for sale. As a result, the buyers also get a bit involved in this kind of property but there are certain things to consider before buying a property from an NRI i.e. the Non-Resident India. So, don’t fall for a wrong deal as we here list the essential things every home buyer should know before purchasing a property from an NRI: