By Runwal Group Posted Feb 13, 2018 In Property investment
Buying a home is a major financial undertaking, and homebuyers like to do a fair amount of research before taking a decision.
There are many things that need to be factored in before deciding whether or not a project is suited to one’s needs. The location, the quality of construction, the planning and design, and the scope for appreciation are some of the things that homebuyers take into account before making a decision. The following are 4 factors that homebuyers typically assign a lot of importance to before making a home purchase decision.
1. On-time delivery and quality construction: These two criteria are within the purview of the real estate builder. Before investing in a home, homebuyers want to be assured of the builder’s reputation to deliver the project on time without compromising on the quality of construction.
2. Design and planning: The layout, design and planning (in terms of efficient and sustainable development) of the residential project are among the most important features that homebuyers look at. The design and layout of the individual home in terms of space, storage and efficiency, as well as the layout of the project, are important factors to take into consideration.
3. Residential amenities: A wide range of world-class residential amenities for fitness and recreation are essentials for homebuyers. Additionally, other conveniences such as power backup, daily supplies, parking facilities, pharmacy, etc. are equally important.
4. Returns on investment: Before making a home investment decision, homebuyers want to make sure that that the ROI will be steady and regular—both in terms of prospective rental income and also in terms of price appreciation due to infrastructural development.
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