Everyone aspires to invest low but reap higher benefits. With fluctuating share market, your investment portfolio goes through frequent highs & lows, and it is the ‘lows’ that make us anxious. While our stocks appreciate and depreciate, most of us are toiling our way with our EMIs & Systematic Investment Plans, trying to work out strategies to earn MORE by investing LESS. Real Estate as an industry does work on the same norms of profits and losses. But if you are a first time home buyer or are thinking of investing in a second home for a fine investment, here are some helpful tips

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By Century Real Estate July 25, 2017

Everyone aspires to invest low but reap higher benefits. With fluctuating share market, your investment portfolio goes through frequent highs & lows, and it is the ‘lows’ that make us anxious. While our stocks appreciate and depreciate, most of us are toiling our way with our EMIs & Systematic Investment Plans, trying to work out strategies to earn MORE by investing LESS. Real Estate as an industry does work on the same norms of profits and losses. But if you are a first time home buyer or are thinking of investing in a second home for a fine investment, here are some helpful tips. Read on…

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Resale value: Those of you living in Bangalore have heard this a few times from friends and family – that buying a home near airport road or on way to the airport will reap you benefits in the long run. And they are right! Thinking ahead about the locality in which you intend to invest your home can actually multiply your investments many folds if you buy a property in developing areas like Hebbal, Sarjapur Road, Airport Road, Devanahalli, Yelahanka or Whitefield. Neighbourhood, proximity, locality and its surrounding all increase the value of your property. So choose wise, and opt wiser! Check out a few best options with Century Real EstateClick here

Builder Reputation: As much as the quality and the aesthetics of a property become important, so does a builder’s reputation & brand, from whom you are buying your dream home or an investment destination. Make sure to do a background research before concluding to buy, as the builder/developer’s brand reputation should only enhance your property’s reputation.

Amenities: The more the amenities, the better the chances of your property appreciating and being appreciated as an investment! Real Estate in Bangalore offers many options to choose from namely, luxury apartments on Sarjapur Road or Jakkur, apartments and flats for sale in Hebbal, budget homes in Bangalore, plotted developments & BDA approved plots for sale in Yelahanka, Devanahalli, Raja Rajeshwari Nagar, gated community plots near airport road and more, thus providing you with varied options to choose what’s ideal for your investment. Also, Bangalore’s Real Estate has proven to be a more stable market for anyone to invest in a property. Take a look at a few plotted developments & best apartments in Bangalore by Century Real Estate with the best, world-class amenities. Click Here  Century Real Estate - Bangalore

Connectivity: Did you know that an average person spends over 4+ hours travelling to work and back in traffic? And this ratio sees only an upward increase in metropolitan cities like Bangalore. Buying a property closer to work, metro station, airport, shopping malls can easily save time.

Bigger Down Payment, Smaller EMI: Works as a super mantra. Make sure to plan well, collate all your savings and only buy a property when you are ready with the down payment. This ensures you pay less interest on bank loans by taking lesser loans! Also, pick a loan tenure which is relatively smaller.

Ensure to look at hidden costs: Review the charges in detail, namely stamp duty, home loan processing fee, floor rise charges, water supply charges, maintenance, electrical, GST, preferred location charges, amenities and utility charges… Discuss the collated cost before signing on the dotted line.

Interiors: Minimal interiors and flexible fixtures could do wonders in saving you time and money. Involve your family to help you decorate and follow a DIY (Do It Yourself) policy to save from paying an interior decorator! Use all those artifacts or souvenirs you picked up on vacations to decorate your living room.

Hope you enjoyed reading. Do share it with friends and family. Happy home buying!

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