Pertinently attributed as the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore has embraced a massive real estate boom because of the IT push in the city. The migration of working professionals has left no place underdeveloped anymore. Everywhere you look, there are new developments appearing at a reckless speed and this situation has led to
In 2020, millennial’s are predicted to make up a huge proportion of home buyers; their influence on the real estate industry will not stop there. Millennial’s will likewise make up the next generation of real estate investors. Investment in real estate at a young age may seem difficult, but it is not impossible.
It is officially summer season now and most of us are finding it difficult to keep ourselves and our homes cool. The AC units can shoot up your electricity bills and they are not known to be the most nature-friendly solution as well. ACs aren’t the only medium to keep your home cool.
The economic growth in the top Tier 1 cities in India is beginning to saturate, and a number of Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities have come into the picture of being the future growth engines of our country. One of the key reasons for this is the increasing disposable income of
The Union Budget 2020-21 was held on February 1st and it was the second budget in the second term of the current government. There were many surprises for the real estate sector this year and several demands were expected to get addressed in the budget 2020; however, some caught the eye of the
Are you looking for an auspicious date to move into your beautiful new home? You are potentially on the right page... Each dawn brings different energies to the day and certain energies are more valuable for certain actions. For example, different energies influence a wedding and a house warming ceremony. So, when you are moving into
The concept ‘live-work-play’ isn’t new, but of late, this term has changed the way people live. On a clearer note, it has rejuvenated one’s lifestyle in different ways. City life can be unnerving for some or most people nowadays. The no-time-to-make plans, busy schedules, stress at work and the definite no-place-to-escape traffic lead
Buying a home can be a pricey deal, involving a series of expenses such as stamp duty, registration fee, GST, etc. And, if you are buying an apartment, you will also have to pay for the parking space, interiors and maintenance costs. In addition to these, if you have
What comes to your mind when someone says something about Kolar? Is it always about gold? Or is it the recent blockbuster movie KGF? Let me begin by saying, it’s not just a golden land that played a major part in the prosperity of the British Empire, and the Indian government,
An overall of 10 million PMAY units need to be delivered by end of 2020, hence making affordable homes a dominant segment in the coming years. There was huge demand for the mid segment and luxury homes in Bangalore before. But of late, the affordable segment has overtaken this trend and has