Can you think of a moment where you did a little patting on your back for seizing an opportunity at the very first glance of it? The thing that intrigued you to read this article is close to that feeling when you are buying a property.
According to the latest survey, more than 56% of home buyers have opted for buying a property before the possession starts. Guessing why? Well, the next segment is all about the 3 interesting reasons why people make it a profitable choice to buy a property before the possession takes place.
But before that…
Break the Myth!
With under-construction properties, people have the stubborn myth that it’s not yet valuable to invest money and that ready-to-move-in projects are far more tempting.
However, what most people miss out on such temptations is the bigger prospects of cost and quality. Under-constructed properties will always open the avenues of having flexible prices which ready-to-move-in projects would not offer.
From day one, you can monitor your property and have surveillance on all of its aspects. With ready-to-move-in projects, you have the authority only after it is served to you with a fancy decorative appeal.
Do you think you could be that easily influenced by such a serving? If yes, well, it’s time to come out of that disillusioned world and walk into something more practically blissful and profitable.
Thus, it’s time to finally glance through the 3 benefits of buying a property pre-possession:
1. Low Costs
Since the cost of the property is one of the key metrics to decide, an under-construction property comes at a much reasonable price and strikes a fabulous deal in comparison to ready-to-move-in properties. As buyers, you would have plenty of options that you would love to explore without the hesitation of burning your pockets and burying all that fancy desires you carried like your dreams.
2. Bigger appreciation
See the math is very easy here; as early as you buy the property at its very initial stage the prices are at its bottom-funnel, the more the days are swept in and the property is towards its finishing stage, the prices increase. Thus, the earlier you buy the property, the greater and better deal you win!
3. Flexible Payment Routines
If you buy a completed property, the amount needs to be paid in full and of course not forgetting the overhead expenses of the registry and other miscellaneous along with that. Meanwhile, buying an under-construction property allows you the flexibility of paying only 10-15% of the entire booking amount initially which does not pose to be a big, hefty amount and the rest of it can be nicely financed or added within the construction plan you agreed.
So, there’s a shift in your next move, right? Go beyond that with a simple call!
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