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Dos and don’ts for buying a property to earn rental income
An investor, who is looking to buy a property and lease it out, should approach the process with a lot of forethought, to get optimal returns and avoid a serious financial setback from a wrongly-chosen property. Here’s what you should consider, when looking for an income-generating property
Kishor PateJul 2019
Unfurnished 1-BHK apartments high on demand for rent, reveals study by Housing.com
When it comes to renting a house, 1-BHK units are the preferred choice for a large number of home seekers, with IT hubs of the country like Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Pune, pushing the rental demand, finds a study by Housing.com
Housing News DeskAug 2017
Bavdhan property market: An overview
Bavdhan is one of the rapidly developing suburban areas of Pune and is located very close to the industrial zones and the IT hubs of Pune. The area is well-connected to the other parts of the greater city of Pune and boasts of good civic amenities
Housing News DeskDec 2016
Will property prices crash in India due to the Coronavirus outbreak?
The developer community in India has been in a tizzy after union minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal on June 3, 2020, said builders needed to sell housing projects at reduced prices and let go of the high-priced unsold stock. Will prices fall?
Sunita MishraOct 2020
Loan moratorium: SC allows centre to waive compound interest, asks for action plan on November 2, 2020
The RBI had permitted all banks to allow a moratorium of six months, from March 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020. This applied to all term-loans. Given that the worst of times may not be over for many borrowers, many are in favour of extending the moratorium till December 31, 2020. The Supreme Court has extended the interim order on the moratorium till October 5, 2020
Sneha Sharon MammenOct 2020