If we are buying any Flats anytime and anywhere, then it is very important for us to know about that Flats because we deserve it because you like to get your dream house with your hard-earned money in that Flats, That too without any damage.
If you are thinking of buying a Flats, then before buying any Flats, you must know some flats, rules.
1. Flat’s Deatils:
If we are buying Flats then, first of all, you should have a little knowledge about the flats, you should know which place is suitable for me and it is the right place for me to stay or not. And its location advantages should also be known, Like: How far is the SCHOOL, How far is the HOSPITAL, How far is the METRO STATION and Many More…
You should also know what facilities your Flats has. Eg: Swimming pool, Community Hall, Basket Ball & Badminton Court, Cover Parking, Parking for every Flat, 24×7 Power back up & water supply, Commercial Complexes & Clean Premises, Voguish kitchen with suited Chimneys, Airy balconies & cozy rooms, Well ventilated rooms, Complete Tile flooring and Many More. …..
2. Flat’s Price
The first step in choosing a flat is to decide on the budget. Shortlisting a home becomes easy if you know how much you are willing to spend on it. Compare the price of the flats in question from various builders in its vicinity to know if the builder has offered you genuine quotations. There are several ways to compare properties in the area you are looking for. Portal listings, area brokers, or newspaper listings are such sources.
3. Flat’s Carpet Area:
Usually, a flat’s area or the super built-up area that is listed is the entire area including shafts, elevator space, stairs, the thickness of walls, and others. However, the carpet area is the actual area within the walls of the flat. This are can be 30 percent lesser than the built-up area or the area used to calculate the price of the flats. In some cases, when a floor is shared between two owners, the price of the common spaces is shared between the two.
4. Flat’s Possession:
It has become a trend of delayed possessions of flats owing to delay in commercial and residential plans. As a buyer, you should have a clear estimate of the timeline for possession. Usually, a developer asks for a six-month grace period, however, there should be a valid explanation for the same.
5. Location of the Flat:
Not to forget, it is important to look around the area where you are going to be eventually residing in. The amenities, physical infrastructure and reach to all the basic places are important to be analyzed. These factors will help you have a peaceful living in the house. The flat should be in a safe and secure place, offering some security to families living in the flat.