All that you need to know before you sign a rent agreement

Rent agreement

Once you have finalised on a good 2 BHK or 3 BHK apartment or villa to rent, there are some essential factors that you must keep in mind before signing the final rent agreement. Minute issues like repairs or payment of bills that crop up may lead to bigger problems like even a hike in the rental charges, unless they are clearly defined in the rent agreement. As a tenant, there are some extremely important factors that you need to be aware of, to ensure a satisfactory stay for the duration that you are in your newly rented apartment or villa.

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Buying a home?


We’ve got your back with some essential financial aspects to consider.

When you put together years of hard work to buy a home of your choice in the most prime location, whether it is a small cozy 2 BHK or a luxurious 3 BHK apartment, there is an important stage in planning a new home that must not be missed. Undoubtedly it is, creating a well thought out financial plan to buy your dream home. This phase could seem to be the most tedious of all tasks because you’re constantly trying to make one end meet with the other. All the same, it is better to consider every financial aspect before diving into a decision to buy a home. Read More >>

All that you need to know about the Occupancy Certificate

occupancy certificate

These days, buying a home of your dreams is a culmination of years of hard work, savings and constant research and you certainly wouldn’t want to go wrong in the process! Sometimes people wait for years for the construction of their brand new 2 BHK or 3 BHKapartment or villa to be complete and finally when it gets to the stage of registering the property and possession, it is disheartening to know that your home is unauthorized.

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PMAY brings some good news for first time home buyers
under the MIG category

PMAY
Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA) is providing first-time home buyers an interest subsidy on home loans for acquisition/construction of houses (including re- purchase). Credit-Linked Subsidy System (CLSS), launched as part of the government's Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) is aimed at benefiting people belonging to the economically weaker section (EWS), low income group (LIG), middle income group-I (MIG-I), and middle income group-II (MIG-II). The scheme offers interest subsidy on the loan taken for the purchase or construction of a house. Read More >>

Shifting to a new location? You can’t miss this!

Shifting to a new location
When you decide to move to a new location whether it is after buying a newapartment/villa or getting a home for rent, it is very important to ensure that the new location you are moving to will match the lifestyle you were used to. From simple things like having a nearby grocery shop to having your office or your child’s educational institution close by, there are a million other factors that will affect your decision of moving into a new location. To ensure that you don’t miss out on anything that will make your life comfortable at your new home, given below is checklist for anyone planning to make a move:
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What lies behind the high-rises?

When new apartments, villas or homes are coming up in every nook and corner of your city, it isn’t easy to ignore another side of this story. These construction sites harbor large amounts of solid waste and approximately 91% of all C&D waste comes from renovation and demolition. When construction sites are meant to go hand in hand with development, these sites found in the most prime locations generate enormous amount of waste.
With our rapidly growing real estate sector, there is a huge increase in the number of people buying new 2 BHK/ 3 BHK apartments in the city and this has significantly triggered the growth of the construction sector. Safe disposal of the waste generated out becomes a huge issue for the builders, and owners.
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The Indian real estate industry goes digital!

Kerala’s most trusted builder
When the entire world we live in has begun to spin around the digital network, the real estate industry in our country has caught up with the changing times and is on a journey towards transforming various aspects of the sector. This would mean keeping a digital record of your new 3 BHK apartment or your brand new villa or anything that concerns properties in the real estate sector. It is interesting to note that until recently, only very few countries around the world maintained an electronic public register for real estate. Read More >>

Get to know the LTCG tax better

LTCG Tax

What are Capital Gains?

To understand the LTCG tax, it is essential to first gather a better understanding about Capital Gains. When an investor sells his capital asset for a price higher than its purchase price, the profit he makes is called Capital Gains. The transfer of capital asset must be made the previous year itself. This is taxable under the head ‘Capital Gains’ and there must exist a capital asset, transfer of the capital asset and profit or gains arising from the transfer. Capital gains usually include all property possessed by the owner, but there are a few exceptions. Read More >>