How To Evaluate A Residential Property For Sale?
Posted by Admin on January, 16, 2015
Whether you are planning to purchase a Residential Property for the purpose of investment or for settling in there, evaluating it is very crucial. Lately, many residential projects have sprouted up and all of them claim to be offering the best deals and dream home constructions. You should be a wise investor so that you can buy the most suitable Residential Property for Sale. Here are some factors upon which you can evaluate a Residential Property for Sale.
- Area or Location: The locality where a Residential Property for Sale is located is the most important factor. A well-established society will have exorbitant property rates. A superbly constructed house located in Ghaziabad will be valued much lesser than a smaller construction in South Delhi. Furthermore, we all are aware that locality or neighborhood where the house is built is also regarded as a status symbol.
- Infrastructure and Facilities: A Residential Property should be valued according to the kind of facilities that are being provided. Is there continuous supply of water and electricity? Are the stores for essential commodities located nearby? How well constructed are the roads? Is there accessibility via buses and other public transport? Are there any future infrastructural plans by the government? These factors are important determinants of a property’s value.
- Construction: When looking for an already constructed property, check the quality of architecture and setting of the house. If you want, you can also ask if the construction has been done as per Vaastu Shastra or not. The aesthetic appeal of the house is purely a subjective matter and there are no rules for judging it.
Even when you are buying the Residential Property for Sale for an investment purpose, you will have to consider the above mentioned factors because your future buyer or tenant will take them all into account.
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