Whether you’re a beginner or an old hand at developing, there’s a lot of considerations when working on new land. Developing a house will require different ones to developing a large public complex. Building any sort of property is financially risky because there’s a chance that no one will buy it upon completion, or you’ll spend more money on the construction than what it’ll be worth.Continue reading How Do Construction Developers Start Working On New Land
Do you feel like you are running out of space and you need an extra room? This is a common problem faced by many middle class and upper middle class families in India. Especially people who live in joint families, or even a nuclear family with poor future family planning, this results into a claustrophobic environment for their successors and lack of privacy too. I have faced this problem in the past and now I have recently converted terrace into a beautiful room and I love it. Continue reading Converting Terrace Into a Beautiful Room in India
Home construction is a onetime affair and I am sure, it’s kind of a dream project. Obviously to construct a house, you need lots of planning related to designing, sourcing and execution. Certainly, you don’t want to commit any construction mistake and you want it to be planned and executed just perfectly. Home construction mistakes are irreversible and very hard to fix and you are then forced to live with the consequences or spend additional money to rectify those construction mistakes moving forward.
In this post, I am going to talk about such common home construction mistakes which could turn out to be fatal when building a house in India. You build a house once and it makes sense to build it with adequate planning and avoid any construction mistakes. Continue reading Home Construction Mistakes to Avoid When Building House in India