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Should I buy or rent ?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 26, 2016 11:56:22 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer, Insider

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Everything in life comes with options. On a few occasions, one option will stand out from the rest for various reasons. However, on most occasions the options on hand are just too complex in nature to choose immediately. This calls for a deep insight and an analysis from all sides on the options available on hand before a conclusion can be reached.

One such scenario -- and the most common of all -- is whether to buy a house or rent a house. Logically speaking, buying a house is the best option particularly when you are young and even if it means paying EMIs for many years.

But how does this compare to renting a house? What if you can rent a house for a lesser amount now, much less than the EMI you would be paying for your home loan, invest this difference between the rent you pay and the EMI in the many financial instruments and let it grow and later on buy a house. Does it make sense? How does the idea of owning a house would mean to you financially or is it just a matter of security?

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3 ways to make money for your early retirement

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 26, 2016 11:45:25 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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Have you ever imagined of retiring early? It’s one of the BIG questions that some young adults ask themselves. In this content, we’ll talk about how proper investments can make solid money that will help you retire early and secure your financial life.

Why Invest? There are many factors that drives an individual to invest whether short term or long-term, but the major reason that I believe influences our desire to invest is our income and our future family.

When I was 18 years of age I started to follow the traits of my father who was local cheese bar tender. He used to take me to investment clubs where he was a member and it really build my confidence of having a stable investment. By the age of 23, I had already acquired a lot of skills on investment which led me to join relevant investment clubs.

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Things to consider while buying a Property in India

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 26, 2016 11:32:17 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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So, finally decided to make a big move or still contemplating whether to take a step forward or not? There are so many things you think about when you want to make the big move of buying your own house. Be it buying a 2-bedroom, duplex, penthouse or a bungalow, its always a big decision. So, whats are the things to consider while buying a Property in India.

Every buyer goes through series of questions and to find answers, they have to look at multiple websites, blogs and do a lot of research. There is never a single document which talks about all the facets of buying a property. So today, I’m going to try put all the steps required based on my experiences.

I have been lucky enough to have a chance to experience buying multiple properties, as an investment as well as buying a house to stay in. So, to help save the frustration first time buyers go through, I’m going to try to jot down all the points a buyer might think of before making the big decision. 

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Can you trust your property with an agent you met on the internet?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 6, 2016 5:22:29 AM / by Lukas W Sheen posted in Buyer

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The residential real estate industry has undergone a tremendous change in the last 5 years. Increasingly, we’ve been witnessing how brokers and real estate agents have begun changing the way they operate their business; they’ve begun using the internet extensively and have made it a substantial part of their business models and thus, their incomes. For example, a decade or so ago, potential clients would have to go and visit every home personally to see how it looked, where it was, how the neighborhood was, its lighting, furniture, fixtures and what not.

But not today.

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How to save money by intelligently buying property in India in 5 ways?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 5, 2016 4:28:01 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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Where to smartly invest in India to successfully double your money ?

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 5, 2016 4:03:05 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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Why do people invest? May be they are in need of financial security. What is the best way to smartly invest in India ? It’s to save and invest money for a long period of time to have a financial stability in future. According to the typical thinking of most of the people, if you need more money you need to work more. But is that bunch of money going to be pleasurable if you don’t have the time to enjoy it? You can’t have a clone of yours to work every time for you so expansion of money leads to extension of your working hours. Investment is to make your money work for you, maximizing your earning potential. 

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Where should I invest in India? Is this the right time for buying a property ?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 24, 2016 8:40:50 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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INTRODUCTION:

The sun shining over the horizon, clouds dotted with birds, a river flowing by quietly, and a pretty garden abutting a small house. This is how most children are primed to imagine their dream home.

However, in the real world, a house is just another commodity made and sold by companies whose aim is to make as much money as possible. So everyone must be thinking ' Where should I invest in India? Is this the right time for buying a property ? ' In today's complex world of real estate, which offers choices that are mindboggling, let's look at the forces that are driving the markets, so that you can take an informed decision about buying a house.

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Selling chawl to buy a flat ? Is it a right decision?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 18, 2016 10:36:14 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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The housing type Chawls has been a very significant part of Mumbai’s history.  Many chawls were built during the nineteenth century and twentieth century. They were built by government or private landlords to accommodate the migrants coming from villages due to the rising employment opportunities in early Mumbai. Chawls are buildings with one room or two room units of not more than two hundred square feet attached by a common corridor with shared toilets on each floor.

Many of these chawls in Mumbai built during the British Raj are over seventy to eighty years old and many of them are dilapidated. Many reports mentions how currently many of these dilapidated buildings are collapsing or getting redeveloped by builders.


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Do you need a Real estate facilitator to buy your dream abode ?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 18, 2016 9:14:14 AM / by Karishma Patel posted in Buyer

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INTRODUCTION:

Lets start with what's a  Real Estate facilator ? How can he help you in buying your property?

A Real Estate facilator assists the seller and buyer in reaching an agreement but does not represent either the seller or buyer in the transaction. The facilitator and the broker with whom the facilitator is affiliated owe the seller and buyer a duty to present each property honestly and accurately by disclosing known material defects about the property and owe a duty to account for funds. Unless otherwise agreed, the facilitator has no duty to keep information received from a seller or buyer confidential. The role of facilitator applies only to the seller and buyer in the particular property transaction involving the seller and buyer. Should the seller and buyer expressly agree a facilitator relationship can be changed to become an exclusive agency relationship with either the seller or the buyer.

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I want a house but wife wants kids. What should i do?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 14, 2016 8:46:26 AM / by Steve Brown posted in Buyer

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If you are asking the question “I want a house but wife wants kids. What should i do?” then this blog post is written for you. We want to help you make this extremely important decision by giving you the tools to analyse what decision is best for you at this phase in your life.

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Should I buy or rent ?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Feb 26, 2016 11:56:22 AM

Everything in life comes with options. On a few occasions, one option will stand out from the rest for various reasons. However, on most occasions the options on hand are just too complex in nature to choose immediately. This calls for a deep insight and an analysis from all sides on the options available on hand before a conclusion can be reached.

One such scenario -- and the most common of all -- is whether to buy a house or rent a house. Logically speaking, buying a house is the best option particularly when you are young and even if it means paying EMIs for many years.

But how does this compare to renting a house? What if you can rent a house for a lesser amount now, much less than the EMI you would be paying for your home loan, invest this difference between the rent you pay and the EMI in the many financial instruments and let it grow and later on buy a house. Does it make sense? How does the idea of owning a house would mean to you financially or is it just a matter of security?

Topics: Buyer, Insider

3 ways to make money for your early retirement

Posted by Karishma Patel on Feb 26, 2016 11:45:25 AM

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Have you ever imagined of retiring early? It’s one of the BIG questions that some young adults ask themselves. In this content, we’ll talk about how proper investments can make solid money that will help you retire early and secure your financial life.

Why Invest? There are many factors that drives an individual to invest whether short term or long-term, but the major reason that I believe influences our desire to invest is our income and our future family.

When I was 18 years of age I started to follow the traits of my father who was local cheese bar tender. He used to take me to investment clubs where he was a member and it really build my confidence of having a stable investment. By the age of 23, I had already acquired a lot of skills on investment which led me to join relevant investment clubs.

Topics: Buyer

Things to consider while buying a Property in India

Posted by Karishma Patel on Feb 26, 2016 11:32:17 AM

So, finally decided to make a big move or still contemplating whether to take a step forward or not? There are so many things you think about when you want to make the big move of buying your own house. Be it buying a 2-bedroom, duplex, penthouse or a bungalow, its always a big decision. So, whats are the things to consider while buying a Property in India.

Every buyer goes through series of questions and to find answers, they have to look at multiple websites, blogs and do a lot of research. There is never a single document which talks about all the facets of buying a property. So today, I’m going to try put all the steps required based on my experiences.

I have been lucky enough to have a chance to experience buying multiple properties, as an investment as well as buying a house to stay in. So, to help save the frustration first time buyers go through, I’m going to try to jot down all the points a buyer might think of before making the big decision. 

Topics: Buyer

Can you trust your property with an agent you met on the internet?

Posted by Lukas W Sheen on Feb 6, 2016 5:22:29 AM

The residential real estate industry has undergone a tremendous change in the last 5 years. Increasingly, we’ve been witnessing how brokers and real estate agents have begun changing the way they operate their business; they’ve begun using the internet extensively and have made it a substantial part of their business models and thus, their incomes. For example, a decade or so ago, potential clients would have to go and visit every home personally to see how it looked, where it was, how the neighborhood was, its lighting, furniture, fixtures and what not.

But not today.

Topics: Buyer

How to save money by intelligently buying property in India in 5 ways?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Feb 5, 2016 4:28:01 AM

Topics: Buyer

Where to smartly invest in India to successfully double your money ?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Feb 5, 2016 4:03:05 AM

Why do people invest? May be they are in need of financial security. What is the best way to smartly invest in India ? It’s to save and invest money for a long period of time to have a financial stability in future. According to the typical thinking of most of the people, if you need more money you need to work more. But is that bunch of money going to be pleasurable if you don’t have the time to enjoy it? You can’t have a clone of yours to work every time for you so expansion of money leads to extension of your working hours. Investment is to make your money work for you, maximizing your earning potential. 

Topics: Buyer

Where should I invest in India? Is this the right time for buying a property ?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Jan 24, 2016 8:40:50 AM

 

INTRODUCTION:

The sun shining over the horizon, clouds dotted with birds, a river flowing by quietly, and a pretty garden abutting a small house. This is how most children are primed to imagine their dream home.

However, in the real world, a house is just another commodity made and sold by companies whose aim is to make as much money as possible. So everyone must be thinking ' Where should I invest in India? Is this the right time for buying a property ? ' In today's complex world of real estate, which offers choices that are mindboggling, let's look at the forces that are driving the markets, so that you can take an informed decision about buying a house.

Topics: Buyer

Selling chawl to buy a flat ? Is it a right decision?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Jan 18, 2016 10:36:14 AM

The housing type Chawls has been a very significant part of Mumbai’s history.  Many chawls were built during the nineteenth century and twentieth century. They were built by government or private landlords to accommodate the migrants coming from villages due to the rising employment opportunities in early Mumbai. Chawls are buildings with one room or two room units of not more than two hundred square feet attached by a common corridor with shared toilets on each floor.

Many of these chawls in Mumbai built during the British Raj are over seventy to eighty years old and many of them are dilapidated. Many reports mentions how currently many of these dilapidated buildings are collapsing or getting redeveloped by builders.


Topics: Buyer

Do you need a Real estate facilitator to buy your dream abode ?

Posted by Karishma Patel on Jan 18, 2016 9:14:14 AM

INTRODUCTION:

Lets start with what's a  Real Estate facilator ? How can he help you in buying your property?

A Real Estate facilator assists the seller and buyer in reaching an agreement but does not represent either the seller or buyer in the transaction. The facilitator and the broker with whom the facilitator is affiliated owe the seller and buyer a duty to present each property honestly and accurately by disclosing known material defects about the property and owe a duty to account for funds. Unless otherwise agreed, the facilitator has no duty to keep information received from a seller or buyer confidential. The role of facilitator applies only to the seller and buyer in the particular property transaction involving the seller and buyer. Should the seller and buyer expressly agree a facilitator relationship can be changed to become an exclusive agency relationship with either the seller or the buyer.

Topics: Buyer

I want a house but wife wants kids. What should i do?

Posted by Steve Brown on Jan 14, 2016 8:46:26 AM

If you are asking the question “I want a house but wife wants kids. What should i do?” then this blog post is written for you. We want to help you make this extremely important decision by giving you the tools to analyse what decision is best for you at this phase in your life.

Topics: Buyer

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