The traditional way of searching and buying a home has now changed. According to a survey, around 92 percent of buyers search online before buying a property.
While Apartments and Independent homes have their own pros and cons, the choice will alays be based on the personal preferences and financial capabilities of the home buyers.
Are you looking for a beautiful nest for you and your family? Yet Do you want to invest in something that holds value and has an amazing return on investment
Along with emotional benefit, affordability is another major reason why investing in India is lucrative for NRIs. India is one of the fastest growing economy in the south Asian region. With the development, the property rates are also catching up gradually. The price rise in India has always been higher than the matured markets of the west.
Less is more! Clichéd but classic example of living life happily. Living a minimalist life has different concepts to many people. Minimalist living begins in the mind; it is about owning manageable items aka less. However, it goes beyond than just “material items”. It goes beyond health, wealth and even relationships. We stuffed our lives with too much of everything. Clutter is something that can wear on us emotionally, thus have less and live life more.
Research on traveller behaviour shows that the era of networks and information is pushing smart mobility. The ministry of metro cities like Chennai are putting money; energy and technical talent into developing the best computer systems that will give transport an edge.
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.
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’.