Buying a new home is such an important decision one has to make. Finding your dream home in today’s real estate market is not only hectic but also time consuming and risky.
It is important to understand various Good and Services Tax (GST) rates if you are planning to buy a property. Read on to know how it affects you.
With the present slowdown in the Indian real estate market affecting the development of projects, it may be a good time for wealthy buyers to consider the overseas property markets as well.
Panvel, on the outskirts of Mumbai offers several advantages for home seekers – good connectivity, several major upcoming infrastructure projects, green surroundings and above all, affordable property prices
Considering that the age of an individual plays an important role in obtaining a home loan, we look at whether there is any ideal age, at which one should consider buying a property – for investment as well as self-use
A perception has gained ground in the Indian housing market that the Goods and Services Tax (GST), is only applicable to under-construction projects and hence, ready-to-move-in apartments are exempt from the GST.
Anubhuti Roy, a fashion designer from Gurgaon, feels that the Goods and Services Tax (GST), has failed to fulfill its purpose in the housing market add has made houses costlier. “GST was supposed to reduce the tax burden in the housing market
Retirement homes, earlier looked upon with disdain, are now gaining greater acceptance. Children of aged parents often, live away from their family. They are happier to have their parents living in safe retirement homes, in the company of people of the same age group, and where many of their daily needs are taken care of.
Demonetization was undoubtedly a landmark event in the history of our economy. The aim of demonetization was to curb the use of black money, but the cash crunch it caused contributed to significantly lower real GDP growth in the subsequent quarter.