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Investment Tips: How To Buy A Home That Delivers Long-term ROI

April 2019
The Decision To Buy A Property, Should Be Based Purely On The Needs Of The Individual And The Inherent Value Of The Unit. We Look At How Home Buyers Can Ascertain This, To Choose A Property That Provides Good Returns On Investment

With The Real Estate (Regulation And Development) Act (RERA) Coming Into Force, As Well As Various Other Policy Initiatives Such As The Benami Transactions Act And The Government’s Push To Affordable Housing, We Are Seeing Increased Activity In The Residential Property Market In The Larger Cities. After The Dampener Of Demonetisation In 2016, The Positive Buyer Sentiment Visible Now Is Especially Significant. Consequently, Builders Are Determined To Capitalise On It, Via Increased Marketing Efforts. Given That There Is Already A Lot Of Supply In The Residential Market – A Lot Of It For Ready Possession – Fresh Launches Have Been Curtailed, So That The Existing Inventory Can Be Absorbed. Much Of The Intensified Marketing Efforts Are Centered Around…

9 Tips to Decorate Your Home Like a Minimalist

18 April, Take A Look Around Your Home. Look At All The Furniture In Each Room Carefully. Turn Your Head To The Portraits Hanging On The Wall And The Objects That Sit On Your Tabletops. Does Everything Need To Be There? Or Can You Do Away With It? Minimalism Is Just That. And A Lot Of Homes Are Turning To This Refreshing Way Of Living Where Living Becomes Neat, Organised And Clutter-Free. 
The Minimalist Decorating Style Is An Exercise In Restraint, Where Space, Lighting, And Objects Play Equally Important Roles. This Style Demands You To Pare Down Your Furnishings To The Bare Essentials So That You’re Left With A Set Of Curated Objects That Deliver Maximum Impact. Far From Being Boring, This Style Is Bold, Functional And Highly Memorable.

We Have Nine Tips For Those Of You Who’re Planning To Experiment With Simple, Sophisticated Interiors For A Change.

Minimalist Style Decor Tip #1 Use A Restrained Color Palette

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Minimalist Style Decor Tip
#1 Use A Restrained Color Pa…

Benefits of buying a home in the wife’s name

With Several States In India Offering Benefits For Women Property Buyers To Boost Their Empowerment, We Examine Why It Makes Financial Sense To Register A Property In A Woman’s Name
There Are Several Benefits To Buying A Property In A Woman’s Name, Either As The Sole Owner Or As A Joint Owner, With Governments And Banks Offering Several Sops.
“Aspiring Home Buyers Can Seek Certain Benefits Including Tax Exemptions If A Home Is Bought In A Woman’s Name. Such Offers Can Also Attract More Women Buyers To The Realty Sector,” Points Out Ashok Mohanani, CMD, Ekta World. Encouraging Women To Register Assets In Their Name, Also Boosts Women’s Empowerment, He Adds.

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Tax Benefits
Experts Explain That Some Of The Obvious Tax Benefits Of Buying A Home In The Wife’s Name, Include An Extra Deduction Of Interest Up To Rs 1.5 Lakh Every Financial Year, If The House Is Self-Occupied. If A Husband And Wife Are The Joint Owners Of A Property And If The Wife Has A Separate Source Of I…

How artificial intelligence (AI) is impacting commercial real estate

AI or artificial intelligence is making strong inroads into the real estate sector. Here’s how it can play a positive role in commercial real estate.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has begun impacting almost all spheres of life and business activities. Like in other fields, it is fast making inroads into the real estate industry, particularly in the commercial real estate segment. Although brokers still hold sway in terms of meeting the requirements of tenants, especially those who are new to the commercial real estate landscape, there is a gradual change in the way tenants are dealt with by brokers now. AI is being employed by most commercial real estate companies and even by brokers to read the requirements of the tenants and other customers. The use of AI is seen as an emerging trend in the real estate industry which can bring efficiency for both, the commercial real estate companies as well as tenants and bring down several costs associated with f…

Check these Vastu Shastra norms, before moving into a rental home

While it may be relatively easy for home owners to modify their homes or apply corrections to address Vastu Shastra defects, tenants may not have the same flexibility. In view of this, we look at some of the Vastu factors that tenants should look for before renting a property.

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Vastu Shastra compliance, is nowadays an important factor that influences the decision of home buyers and tenants, alike. “One of the main difficulties of living in a rented flat or apartment, is that you cannot make a lot of changes in the flat, without taking the prior approval of the owner. If a house is made by keeping Vastu principles in mind, then, the people living in such flats will not face any difficulties,” says Ateet Vengurlekar, principal architect and interior designer of Blue Arch.

As people living in rented homes cannot undertake any civil work, if so required by Vastu, this may often force tenants to vacate such homes frequently, in order to avoid Vastu faults.