Everyone wishes for a happy family, a great career and a home. Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions that you will make in your life. With the development of the business centres, infrastructure and growing industries in Mumbai, people are finding excellent career opportunities and plan to settle down in the city.
Mumbai, known as the ‘city of dreams’ is one of the most popular places in India to buy a flat due to its better public infrastructure, healthcare facilities and job opportunities. It is also known for its scintillating beaches and nightlife. There are many new projects in Mumbai that give you the option to find your dream home.
Buying a commercial property is a cost-effective decision, so it is better to be thorough with the process carefully. Wouldn’t it be great if you knew what to look for in a commercial property before buying it? So, to make your life simpler, here are some important things to consider when buying commercial property.
Located in the northeast of Mumbai, Thane is emerging as one of the ideal destinations for real estate developers to construct commercial and residential projects. In the past few years, this uptown locality has witnessed rapid growth in public infrastructure from the government, while a few projects are in the pipeline. With a growing number of infrastructural projects, Thane is offering an excellent liveable environment to people.
The festival of lights, Diwali, is just around the corner and that glitzy feeling has started making its presence felt all around. Most of you are all set to decorate your homes with the twinkling of lights, the warmth of diyas and colourful rangolis. But that’s not all. There are many other ways to take your Diwali decoration to the next level.
Commuting has become a huge hassle, especially for people living in urban cities like Mumbai. According to a report by the office commute platform MoveInSync, Indians spend more time on daily office commute than people in most countries, with more than 2 hours on the road every day. On average, Indians spend 7% of their day commuting to the office.