According to the 2011 Census, over 27.5% of the urban population lives in rented accommodation. Think about it. How many people do you know, who have moved to a big city in search of better prospects and live on rent?
The more you explore the real-estate landscape of a city, the more you will come across the term ‘gated community’. As the name suggests, a gated community is a group of people who live within the confines of a gate.
Nobody wants to spend all their money only on a home. People have various expenses that they would like to continue to afford even after they have bought their first home. So, how does one know if they can actually
What factors do you consider when buying a house? Is it its’ size, your budget, the amenities nearby or perhaps the neighbourhood? While all these factors are important there is one that stands out more than others. And that is
Moving in to your own home is a moment of pride for anyone. It’s taken you months to find the perfect pad and years to save for it. Now comes the fun part of decorating it. As exciting as this
Feng Shui, from ancient China is a pseudoscience that works on the principle of energy. By understanding how energy (or qi, pronounced ‘chee’) flows through your home it aims to maximize prosperity, health and well-being for the inhabitants of the
Buying your own home is a dream for most, but realizing that dream can be intimidating to say the least. Most people just try and save money with financial instruments their families have been using for generations. And that’s usually
With an increase in disposable incomes, the easy availability of financial instruments, and the traditional mind-set of ‘having a roof over your head’, the thought of buying a house today comes almost naturally to people. And yet due to these
The city of Pune is developing at an extremely rapid rate. All across one can see new construction be it commercial or residential. This makes Pune an attractive investment opportunity. However, for a home-buyer it can also be over-whelming and
Larger disposable incomes, consumer-friendly loans with multiple payment options, the desire to stop paying rent and easy access to information are just some factors that have contributed to an increase in the number of youngsters buying homes. With millennials beginning