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Buy A Home

Property City

a big step . In fact, it’s many big steps to the first time homebuyer, the process can seem long, complex, and more that a little confusing . This book takes the confusion out of buying a home , guiding you through each step of the process and offering tips and information along the way. And if you’ve bought property before, this book serves as a step-by-step refresher course with information on all the current real-estate practice , you’ll feel confident about one of the biggest decision you’ll ever make.

To own a home for living or for investment is the dream of everyone , but to find the right home require a lot of research and work that’s why property city is always there for your help.. To buy a nice home is to buy a better way of life, to choose a better way of life is to work toward well-being , and isn’t well-being, buying a home is a big step up into another echelon of society, of respect, and of ,well, responsibility .. the at is 100 percent worthy it. owning our own home is one of the best feeling ever. It can’t be describe in words, it can’t be quantified in money . home ownership is a feeling that makes life’s daily grind worth facing . it reassures you that after all the ups and downs, you have a place to go to a place that’ll never judge you and always invite you with open arms..

Buy just one house in which you will live. Do not think of buying any more for investment . The first house is a need. When you take into account the fact you can stop paying rent and get a tax break on EMI’s it’s a big financial advantage. Don’t stretch yourself. No matter how much you’d love a fancy house, the EMI should not be more than one third of your family income, That’s the upper limit. If you’re much richer at some later date, you can always trade up to a better house, and buying a house , not a promise . with the operationalising of RERA, this should , in theory, not be a problem. However, once bitten is twice shy. The biggest source of sorrow for people has not been houses that cost too much but houses that have not been delivered. Going by history and the kind of distress developers are in do not believe in any promise. Buy a practical house that actually exist, instead of being led astray either by one’s own dream of developers’ promises. As long as savers keep..