The pandemic has caused much havoc in the real estate sector, leading to the slowdown in the construction of residential projects in Mumbai as well as affecting the resale segment. Many who were geared up to sell their flats have had to wait for the Covid-19 outbreak to falter in its long reign over the world and the lockdown to be lifted.
With several investment modes available today like stocks, real estate, bonds etc., one can easily get overloaded with the many options available. Deciding on what investments are right for one’s personal financial growth depends on several factors. These involve things such as the capital involved, your risk tolerance, potential return dividends and such. In such a market, investing in real estate is a popular choice for people as it is a great way to increase one’s cash flows and secure retirement.
After the sweltering heat of the summers, the pitter-patter of the falling raindrops can be quite a relief as we welcome the monsoons with song in our hearts. But with this image, rains also tend to bring a fear of having musty odours, damp interiors, and leakages in the house. While we may love the smell of the damp earth during monsoons, we certainly don’t like the mud to be in our houses!
Wondering what’s the fuss about the newly approved Model Tenancy Act? Here is an article that tells you everything you need to know about it and how it benefits the rental housing sector in India.
A city by the sea where tons of lights twinkle from buildings as well as towering skyscrapers alike, Mumbai sure is a home buyer’s dream destination. The populace here wants to work, thrive, and live well in this city, which has led to the cropping up of numerous luxurious residential projects in Mumbai.