You should always give a lot of importance to this point. Because commuting is a big problem nowadays. Generally people prefer buying a home near their office area so that they can save time.

Choosing builder:

The moment you choose your locality you need to pick the best properties in that particular area. Mostly you need to see the brand of the builder – are they trustworthy? How many years of experience they have and also if possible, you can talk to a few past customers and know in detail about them.


Once you finalize the builder check all the documents:

  • Commencement certificate of work
  • Environmental clearance
  • Approved building plans
  • Title deeds
  • No-Objection certificate from panchayat raj or local body
  • Release Certificate from bank if it is a resale
  • Encumbrance certificate
  • Verify land use zone
  • Property tax receipts
  • Depending on all these documents check whether all these certificates are legal compliance and then decide to buy the apartment. Once decided then…
Register the property:

After you decide to buy the property, register the same with the concerned authorities so that you can become the rightful owner.

Frequent visits:

Always visiting the property is better than going by looking at the advertisements. When you visit the property, you can schedule an appointment with the site representative and go in person to know all the details

Better to buy than to wait:

Early birds get the worm. It’s always better to buy the property when the project is announced. Because there will be more chances for you to get the property how you want it depending on the floors, Vaastu and other amenities. There is also a better chance of you property the house at a cheaper price if you buy the house not waiting for the project to get completed.

Hope you find your dream home! 

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