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Why We Recommend a Ready-To-Move Property Than An Under Construction One

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Why we recommend a ready-to-move a Under Construction Property.

Deciding to buy a home is no small feat. The next big question for most people is whether to invest in a ready or under-construction property. Most people go for under-construction homes as it gives them lower rates without actually realizing the financial risk that they are undertaking. Today we talk about the advantages of moving in a ready home.

Delayed projects and postponed home possessions are no news today. As per data from throughout the country, project delays range anywhere from 12 to 24 months. The same is the case in the redevelopment sector, where builders take up projects without sufficient monetary resources and end up delaying their deadlines. Besides inadequate finances delays also occur due to permissions, licenses or litigation related to the property. Lastly, the EMI payments general start after the home construction is finished. However, if there is a delay in construction the EMIs still start as soon as they disburse the loan amount. In any of the case, your financial stress mounts up. And if you live in a rented home you now also have to bear your EMI each month. This often leads people to cancel their home bookings as they can’t accommodate the financial pressure.

All this is eliminated if you decide to go for a ready-to-move home. Firstly if you move in your new home you save on your rent. In case you don’t immediately shift you can put it up on rent and in turn earn money to supplement your monthly home instalment payments. It is important to know that people who buy under-construction properties end up paying more rate of interest and are at a greater risk of defaults and delays. Another crucial factor is that under-construction homes are not as liquid as a ready property. Thus it can’t be sold off as per your convenience. You need the consent of the builder and he will deduct his commission from the selling price. Thus anyway you opt you are never going to get the desired amount for your property.

Even if you associate yourself with a reputed builder who assures you of a possession date you still risk your property for reasons which are out of the control of the developer. Given the current situation, under-construction homes have become a big risk. There have been situations where the same property has been sold to more than one consumer.

All in all, even though for most people this is the most expensive decision of their life, look at it this way – a ready property ensures that you get instant satisfaction for the money you invest.

Also Read: Choices That You Have When You Default Your Home Loan EMIs

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Under A New Affordable Housing Policy, Assam To Build 83,000 Houses

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Assam To Build 83,000 Houses

Under a new Affordable Housing Policy, Assam government said it would build 83,000 houses in urban areas for the financially weaker section of the society.

CM Sarbananda Sonowal directed the Urban Development Department to prepare the policy at the earliest.

According to an official release, “Government of Assam would soon adopt an Affordable Housing Policy in the state taking into consideration the specific needs of the financially weaker section of the society and effecting suitable modification of the existing by laws.”

The decision was taken at a meeting in which proposed projects of the Assam State Housing Board were discussed.

During the meeting the CM said, “Our government is committed to ensure housing for all and we would construct 83,000 houses at urban areas for the Lower Income Group (LIG) and Economically Weaker Section (EWS).”

The Assam State Housing Board was asked to to complete survey of its assets and conduct their valuation in a time bound manner so that bigger projects could be taken up by the CM.

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Jaypee Group Sets Target Of 24000 Flats By 2020

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2020 is targeted by the debt-ridden Jaypee group for the completion of pending 24,000 flats in Noida. The construction has been started with a cost of about Rs 8000 crore. Out of this amount, Rs 6000 crore would come from the home buyers and the rest would have to be infused, says the Jaypee advisor Ajit Kumar. Jaypee group started the construction of 32,000 flats in its township at Noida in 2007, out of which 8,000 units have been delivered so far.

These 28,000 units from the total flats were taken up by the Jaypee Infratech, which has already gone into insolvency, while the remaining 4,000 units were with Jaypee group’s flagship firm Jaiprakash Associates. Now under the orders of Supreme Court and National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Jaypee group intends to complete and deliver all 32,000 units by 2020.

6,300 flats and 1,500 plots have already been delivered by the group, aiming for a target of 5000 units by the June. Applications for 1,500 occupational certificates have been submitted, whereas additional certificates for 3,500 units are in the process.

Jaypee group is in the hold of enough assets, including vacant land parcels, if in case they have to pay all bank dues and a heavy compensation to home buyers for the delays in possession of flats. As the group is investing about Rs 20-30 crore a month on construction by the funds coming from toll collection of Yamuna Expressway and home buyers.

An IDBI Bank-led consortium application was submitted to the National Company Law Tribunal, seeking resolution for Jaypee Infratech under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, later getting a successful admission.

A few months later, an NCLT-appointed Insolvency Resolution Professional (IRP) took over Jaypee Infratech, for the recovery of bad loans. As Jaypee Infratech faced huge protest from home buyers, due to a major delay in the deliveries of the real estate projects.

While handing over the management of Jaypee Infratech to IPR, the court placed a restraining order on its real estate promoters, directors and managing director, barring them from any kind of international travel, without court’s prior permission. Solely concerned about the home buyers, the court assumed a non-lenient behavior in this matter.

On September 11, the Supreme Court appointed senior advocate Shekhar Naphade as an external supervisor to assist the proceedings of the IRP, which will submit a resolution plan indicating how to safeguard the interests of home buyers and secured creditors.

On October 27, a public notice was issued by IRP Anuj Jain, seeking applications from entities with regard to the resolution of Jaypee Infratech Limited. Several expression of interest (EOIs) got submitted under it, as the resolution plan needed to be approved by the creditors and the NCLT.

The Yamuna Expressway, connecting Delhi and Agra, is one of the major constructions done by the Jaypee Infratech in the field of road construction and real estate business.

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Drafting A Rental Agreement

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The rent agreement is a document that seals the arrangement between a landlord and the tenant, it is to help them, forming a good healthy relationship. However, all the provisions and necessary laws should be mentioned clearly in the document as it can be a potent instrument that can be used and misused. With an aim to create a mutually beneficial relationship, these agreements are made to avoid any kind of disputes between the tenant and the landlord.

The basic necessity for an agreement is the background check, a crucial element for tenants as well as landlords, which must be completed before entering into a rental agreement. As the sole purpose of a background check is not only security but it is also important for a perspective of evaluating the advantages and disadvantages of renting.

For the tenant, applying for a rental agreement is like a job interview. As there is need to become presentable in a mature, trustworthy and financially responsible manner. Similarly, the landlord should make sure that the tenant presents the right credentials. Therefore, the agreement calls for a thorough background check. From the tenant’s employment history, contact information and the proof of income, everything has to be taken care of.  

Almost all of the rental agreements are made on notarised stamp papers. There exist some chances of violation from either the parties, despite the document being a legal contract. Therefore, to avoid these violations, the agreement must be registered at the local sub-registrar’s office. Sound clauses and provisions in a lease agreement, only add to the integrity of the document, protecting the interests of both the parties.  

With a proper definition of the roles and responsibilities of the tenant and the landlord. A proper format for the provisions, emphasizes on the mentioning of the tenancy period, the renewal time of the lease, the clause of repair and responsibilities, the frequency and the date of rent payments. All the repairs and maintenance should be completed before taking up a property on rent. All the electrical wiring and plumbing must be checked before occupying, as it will safeguard the tenant from unnecessary expenses that may crop up in future. Pending dues such as electricity and development charges must be checked beforehand.

During the signing of the rent or lease agreement, the presence of two known witnesses is a must. Due to the deterioration of the law stature and the order situation in major cities, the authorities are pressing for the verification of the tenants. The landlords are also asking for the copy of employment letters from the tenant’s employer. A Landlord must insist on a police verification for a tenant, who is a non-native of the city.  

In general, there are ready templates being used by most of the lawyers, who assist in framing the rent agreement. But it is not necessary that these provisions can’t be changed. All the needs can be tailored in the agreement, according to the requirement, with clauses that are mutually acceptable to the tenant and the landlord.

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