Since there are millions of homes and apartments in India, choosing the right one for you is like finding a needle in the haystack. The prospect gets easier if you’re moving within the same city or town, but even then, you could be faced with hundreds of options. Before the age of the Internet, touring open houses was the primary method of seeing available properties on the market. Real estate websites have changed that forever. This is good and bad. On the one hand, the Internet is empowering by allowing us to direct our own searches. On the other hand, it floods us with unfiltered options to wade through on the path to finding a new place to live. So where do you begin, and how can you channel these resources to work for you? By breaking the complex, overwhelming task of finding a home into small manageable tasks, you will be empowered to make the best decision possible.
First thing you should be clear, whether you have enough budget to buy a flat or apartment. Since property rates in cities like Mumbai, Delhi or Bangalore are sky high. If you are finding your budget short, you should consider buying homes in suburbs. For example flats in Kalyan are much cheaper compare to Mumbai. A 1 bhk flat in Kalyan East can be bought in the range of 20 – 25 lacs. Kalyan is also an emerging industrial hub and the junction of major outing going railways. Investing in Kalyan will likely give you much higher return, compare to other cities. If your budget is even lower, than you should consider for renting a home. A 1 or 2 bhk flats in Kalyan for rent can cost you about Rs 8000 – Rs 12000. While the same area flat with same amenities in Mumbai would cost you around Rs 20,000 to Rs 35,000.
Where, What, and How Much?
Every move starts with three basic questions: Where do you want to live? What do you want to live in? How much can you pay? When you begin your search online through real estate websites like www.flatsinKalyan, you typically start by plugging some version of the following details into their search engine:
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