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Need more money after taking a home loan? Opt for a ‘top-up’

If you are already paying the EMI on an existing home loan and need more money, you can opt for a top-up loan. Here’s a look at the eligibility criteria, tenure and how you can take this loan When a person buys any property, it generally involves taking a home loan and also exhausting a substantial amount of one’s savings, to fund the margin money. Moreover, home buyers also try to avail of the maximum possible loan amount, to get the best home. Sometimes, a situation may arise, where you need a substantial amount of money, while you are also servicing an existing home loan. There is an option called a ‘top-up home loan’, to deal with such situations.
When and from whom can you get a top-up loan?
A top-up loan is an additional amount that one gets as a loan, over and above your existing home loan. Various lenders have a minimum qualifying period for which the original home loan should have run, before you become eligible for the top-up loan. The period generally varies from …

Vastu Shastra tips for a sanctuary at home

With Regards To The Sanctuary Or Supplication Region In A Home, There Are A Few Vastu Shastra Rules That Ought To Be Taken After, To Guarantee Most Extreme Constructive Outcomes For The Home's Occupants. We Analyze The Rules And Regulations The Sanctuary At Home, Is A Holy Place Where We Adore God. In This Way, Normally, It Must Be A Positive And Tranquil Place. The Sanctuary Territory, When Set By Vastu Shastra, Can Bring Wellbeing, Success And Bliss To The House And Its Tenants. In Spite Of The Fact That A Different Puja Room Would Be Perfect, This Is Not Generally Conceivable In Metropolitan Urban Communities, Where There Is Space Crunch. The Sanctuary Zone, Ought To Be A Zone Of Quietness That Is Loaded With Divine Vitality, Says Mumbai-Based Nitien Parmar Of VastuPlus. "This Is Where One Surrenders To The Almighty And Increases Quality. In The Event That One Doesn't Have The Space To Assign A Whole Space For The Sanctuary, One Can Set Up A Little Holy Place On The E…

Bullet Train Project Launched; likely to be Operational by 2022

The Foundation Stone Of India's First Bullet Train Project Has Been Laid At Ahmedabad. With An Estimated Cost Of Rs 1.1 Lakh Crore, The Project Is A Joint Venture Between The Indian Railways And Japanese Firm Shinkansen Technology. The Project Is Expected To Become Functional By 2023. However, Indian Railways Minister, Piyush Goyal, Has Stated That The Government Has Plans To Launch The Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (MAHSR) Project On 15 August 2022. The Proposed Bullet Train Will Run Between Gujarat And Mumbai, Carrying 750 Passengers With A Travel Time Of Around Three Hours At An Average Speed Of 250 Km Per Hour. The Top Speed Of The Bullet Train Would Be Around 320 Km Per Hour While Covering The 508 Km Stretch Between The Two States. More Than 90 Percent Of The Route Would Be Elevated And The Remaining Would Be Through A Tunnel And On The Ground. In Addition, A Seven Km Stretch Near Thane Will Be Built Under The Sea. There Will Be 10 Stations On The Stretch Including Sabarmat…

India among top 10 price appreciating housing markets: Knight Frank

India Has Moved Up 13 Places, To Rank As The Ninth-Highest Price Appreciating Housing Market, Among 55 International Markets, According To The Knight Frank Global House Price Index Q2 2017 The Growth In Mainstream Residential Prices In India, Has Landed It A Place Among The Top Ten International Markets In The 12-Months To June 2017, According To The Global House Price Index For Q2 2017 By Knight Frank. The Country Stood Ninth, Among 55 International Markets – 13 Spots Above Its Position On The Index Over June 2016. It Even Bettered The Performance Over The Previous Quarter Wherein It Ranked 13th. India Ranked 9th Among 55 International Markets – 13 Spots Above Its Position On The Index Over June 2016. Matured Markets Such As Singapore And Japan Saw Negative Growth Established More Than A Decade Ago, The Knight Frank Global House Price Index Allows Investors And Developers To Compare The Performance Of Mainstream Residential Markets Around The World. Compiled On A Quarterly Basis Usi…

Welcome Good Energy into Your Home!

Paint Your Dividers The Shade Of The Sun. Yellow Is Known To Kill Awful Vitality. Pour Salt (Any Sort Will Do) Into The Four Corners Of Each Room, And Let It Sit For 2 Entire Days. At That Point Either Vacuum Or Compass It Away Into The Waste. This Is Known To Ingest The Negative Vitality Of Past Proprietors. Splash Some Natural Orange Fundamental Oils Around The House. Not Exclusively Does This Assimilate Terrible Vitality, The Aroma Is Likewise Certain To Lift Your Disposition!

Credit : Freepik.Com Ring A Chime In Each Side Of Your Room, And The Entryway. Imagine The Sound Waves Moving The Awful Vitality Out, Clearing A Path For The Great Consuming Incense Is A Long Held Custom To Cleanse The Air In Homes. Ventilate Your Home However Much As Could Be Expected. Open Every One Of The Windows, And Clean Off All Your Bed Cloth And Upholstery. Utilizing Sage Is A Prominent Method To Drive Out Negative Vitality. Consume The Leaves And Let The Smoke Fill Each Edge Of The House While Firmly…

Will Ganesha bring cheer to real estate?

Several Policy Changes Being Unveiled By The Government In The Recent Past, Have Significantly Impacted The Real Estate Sector. We Look At The Long-Term Prospects For The Property Market And Whether The Festive Season Beginning With Ganesh Chaturthi, Can Usher In Better Days For Home Buyers
It Is A Common Belief That Making Property Investments On Auspicious Days, Like Ganesh Chaturthi, Will Lead To Appreciation In The Value Of The Asset. Moreover, Buying A Property Often Involves One’s Life Savings. This Year, One Has High Expectations From Vighnaharta (Ganpati), To Bring Festive Cheer To The Real Estate Market. Developers Are Optimistic That Despite The Slowdown, The Market Will Pick Up Later. They Cite The Recent Policy Changes To Substantiate This Belief.
How Policy Changes Will Affect The Festive Season
The Goods And Services Tax (GST), For Example, Will Change The Market, Slowly, Although It Is Still Early Days To Comment On Its Impact, Says Parth Mehta, Managing Director Of Para…