Building your own house is an important event of our life but it needs utmost care. You need to make sure that you are deeply involved in all the procedural steps during the construction, so as to get the quality and customize your house according to your needs. However, this whole venture is no walk in the park. This is why, it is extremely necessary for you to find a Trustworthy builder. Now choosing a Top Builder in India can get confounding, as there are so many options to choose from.
It’s safe to say that Bangalore is notorious for its unbearable traffic. Although traffic delays are a norm across the city, they’re particularly hard on office goers who commute to the edges of the city where many suburban business centers such as technology parks are established, providing employment to a large number of people. This includes the areas of Whitefield, Electronic City, Nagawara, Marathahalli & Bellandur region on the Outer Ring Road.
Economic, social and health needs of humans have always motivated them to live close to each other and in vicinity of functional infrastructure. Earlier it was water and agriculture, and in the modern era’s urban areas it’s more about jobs, roads, MRTS and other social infrastructure. The crux of it is that every human is chasing a good standard of living and means of employment. Industrial Townships by Indian conglomerates such as Reliance, Godrej, BHEL, SAIL and others are some of the first examples of quality habitation. But these primarily served interests of employees in such massive organizations. What does one do if one wants to live in close proximity of amenities such as schools, hospitals, malls, multiplexes similar to the employees of these companies? Basically what avenues are there for one choosing to walk to work and live a convenient life?
Real Estate Developers across the country are offering innovative finance schemes to end-use buyers and investors of property. These finance structures which come packaged with the mortgage on homes have been a big draw for all. Called as interest rate subvention schemes these offers are nothing but usual mortgage finance structured to provide payment flexibility and ease burden on the buyers. The term has been derived from the latin term ‘subventus’ or “to help”.
“Roti, Kapda aur Makaan” (Food, Clothing and Housing) the age old adage is very relevant in today’s times as well. This particular post reflects the aspirations of a young India which is constantly looking to establish itself, much unlike the previous generations. To arrive in life, particularly in the Indian society, an individual is supposed to get settled at the earliest. The definition of settling down in life of an individual starts with an ‘owned home’.
It is with great delight, I wish to discuss the recent guidelines that have been notified for the ambitious Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) introduced by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation. The home buyers will benefit from the recent developments as it is for the first time that any national government has recognized the Middle Income Category (MIG) as ones needing some sort of financial support in their quest for a home.
In our pre budget note we had touched upon the themes of infrastructure, affordable housing and first home. The Prime Minister and his team seem to have considered these as a key focus while preparing the Union Budget 2017. This is in line with their vision of Housing for All by 2022. We continue to believe GST is one of the biggest measure that will lay strong foundation for Indian economy.
Rohan Builders is expanding its Bangalore footprint with a recent addition to the city’s skyline, Rohan Akriti apartments. These uphold the concept of PLUS homes which stands for Perfect Ventilation, Lively Light, Utmost Privacy and Smart Space. Rohan Akriti is at a location that’s just about far enough from traffic - off Kanakapura Road - and yet close enough to Kanakapura Road’s sprawling social infrastructure.
You’ve finally decided to buy a home but it is plagued with uncertainties, speculation, opinions and uncalled for advice. Relatable, isn’t it? That’s because a home is possibly the biggest purchase in one’s life.
Needless to say, there’s a plethora of doubts and fears in your mind before you finalize on anything. You might take into account about the location, the market reputation of the builder, the size, and the amenities but it all boils down to 1 simple question: is your investment safe? More so in today’s financial scenario where the markets are weighed down by demonetization, slow down and the anticipation for real estate prices to fall further.
As the New Year approaches, it’s time to reflect on the year that has just gone by. By any account, the year 2016 was extremely eventful, with major global and domestic events impacting the Indian economy and one of its biggest drivers, the real estate sector.
As the year dawned, sentiment was low on account of sluggish economic growth in preceding years and the real estate market reflected the same. However, optimism remained high for a revival in demand based on interest rate cuts by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and predictions of a good monsoon. Implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations meant that housing demand from government employees was likely to rise.
Real estate buyers and investors are always on lookout for options that are likely to appreciate in future along with the profile of the region. Be it a home buyer, investor or a real estate developer, one has to carefully identify areas for their investments. For a residential project to prosper, a customer’s convenience has to get top priority and hence, popular projects are planned in close proximity to growth corridors and employment centers; this ensures an ever increasing demand for the property and also a convenient lifestyle for the end user.
When you buy a home, you are making a major investment towards ensuring a better quality of life for your family and yourself. Naturally, you are entitled to expect your home to provide you a good quality healthy lifestyle. At Rohan, we design our homes, putting ourselves in your shoes and imagining ourselves as future residents.
Until 5-7 years ago, if you were driving down to Pune via Pune-Nagar Road, you may or may not have registered passing Wagholi, a small village on the outskirts of Pune, only known for its Shiva temple and bustling market on either side of the road. How times change! Take the same road today and you just can’t miss being spellbound by the place.
Buying a property is one of the biggest moves one makes in their life. It requires financial planning, surveying properties and verifying credentials before doing the enormous paper work. Investing in an under construction property requires even more vigilance on the part of buyers given the growing tide of buyers’ grievances against developers and builders. However, one can take steps of their own and ensure that they are making their investment worth the effort. We have listed some important questions a new home buyer must get answers to from a shortlisted builder or developer.
If you are considering living in western Pune, Baner is probably among the first localities to come to mind and with good reason. Baner has plenty to offer, whether you are a techie, an executive, an investor or even a Non-Resident Indian (NRIs).
In the past, Kanakapura Road was known to Bangalore locals as just a state highway that connected all the towns in South Bangalore to Banashankari. The road connected Mysore and Chamarajanagar districts of Karnataka to Bangalore and often had travelers going to Coimbatore or Erode district on it.The areas around the road were largely inhabited by the farmers. With economic growth fostered by IT/ ITES sector boom in Bangalore Kanakapura Road like several other places in South Bangalore witnessed a trend of urbanization. South Bangalore benefits from proximity to older parts of town and was a natural extension to the city. Today, with its competitive property rates, rapidly improving connectivity and infrastructure development, Kanakapura Road is all about the future.
East Bangalore – the bustling IT hub of Bangalore city – is witnessing rapid development in the real estate sector. With a growing demand for residences in this part of Bangalore, it is no surprise that there are a plethora of options available for prospective clients to choose from, each with its own set of USPs and advantages. Rohan Builders have added to this growing range of residential investment options with their project Rohan Avriti.
It has been 23 years since Rohan had its modest start with Abhimashree (Our first residential project in Pune), now we enter the 24th year with the beginning of 2016. As we step into a New Year and fresh beginnings, I call it the best time to renew my connection with you: our readers, peers and well-wishers. May 2016 augur happiness, prosperity and growth.
Over these 23 years I have had the pleasure of working with the best of minds with whom I have learnt, experimented and developed; and I can proudly say that Rohan has grown from being a small family owned business to a real estate and infrastructure conglomerate.
The Budget 2016 session will be extremely critical for various sectors and real estate is no different. With sluggish demands, stalled projects, cash crunch, dwindling sales, rising debt levels, high inventory, delayed approvals, and negative consumer sentiment, the real estate sector is hoping for interventions in the budget for increasing buyer confidence & easy financing options.
We are putting forward our expectations for the real estate sector from the Union Budget 2016:
The house is technically not yours if you don’t have all the important legal documents in place. It is your duty to verify each and every document. They must be duly signed and stamped, wherever required.