We all have one common goal in life, rather a desire. A desire to have our own house. Everyone in their lifetime wants to have a house of their own and hence a lot of emotional values are attached to it. This one reason suffices to justify that we all want a good quality home, if not a luxury. But we have a common misconception that luxury can’t be affordable. On the contrary, one doesn’t have to compromise on the standard of living while buying a house. Thus, the concept of compact homes arise. Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of the compact homes and how it is changing India’s real estate industry.
There’s no word to describe the feeling of buying your own house, stepping into your new home, holding your baby for the first time, falling in love, and many more such moments. But, do you know the common factor among all these? Happiness of your family! Happiness is somehow connected with health of your family!
A castle or a nest or your comfort cocoon whatever you call it – buying a home or a place of your own is one of the priceless decisions that anyone can make in their lifetime. Some of you may wonder if renting out is a better option than buying a home.
Let’s dissolve all our ideas of buying a plot and moved to an apartment today. No kidding! Buying a plot may have its advantages but apartment homes are trending these days. Be it lesser initial investment or less hassle in managing an apartment, or less involvement with the authority for BU permission etc. people are more likely to buy an apartment than to own a plot. Not only this but you also get extra benefits in the form of lifestyle amenities like gymnasium, swimming pool, clubhouse, kids’ play areas and landscaped gardens that would have cost you a large, had it been for your independent house.
No matter where you wish to live, owning a home is a goal for many individuals, couples, and families. It provides a sense of comfort, stability and creates a personal place that is a retreat and a source of pride.
Today, real estate has become more than a basic necessity; it has become an investment prospect. In today’s day and age, most of the earning population choose to invest their money in real estate projects – either for personal use or investment purposes.
We’re both originally from the lovely city of Kolkata, and never in our wildest dreams had we imagined stumbling upon something like this quaint Pacifica property in Baroda, which we now call our ‘abode’. We shifted to Gujarat in 2006. Initially, we set up fort in a small rented apartment in Subhanpura. It was a nice place, but we could never really call it ‘our home’.
Don’t shy away from investing in real estate. The more assets you have in real estate, the safer your investments will remain and profitable it will turn out to be.