As our land rate increases rapidly due to the higher rate of occupancy, there is a feeling of higher demand vs shortage of land prevalent in the current scene. We are constantly in the process of house hunting and in need of space with multiple research and analysis on the given area. Right from picking on the kind of connectivity available to the presence of grocery shops, we are very particular about the past, present, and future of the area, as it’s not just the investment of money we make but also the investment of a lifetime.
But after all the research and pressurised by peers, we choose to invest in smaller home citing various reasons. Don’t invest in something big and regret later on was popularly preached. However, taking a “better-safe-than-sorry” approach is wiser as home buyers can then plan before-hand to buy a larger home for their forthcoming family.
The fact is that the real estate value is not going to decline in the next 10 to 15 years and so the interest rates of our Banks. Considering the lifestyle changes and future needs and demands it is better to invest in larger homes. As we grow over the years, we also grow more conscious about our health, our creative side and getting adapted to the latest trends. This transition is only possible when we own a large home.
Another benefit of buying larger homes is that it would also act as an office space thereby keeping your work life balance intact. You can even become your own boss by having a micro start-up within your home. You can immerse yourself and Enjoy a stress-free yet be productive by investing in Spacious Homes. A 3 or 4 BHK Flat is available from 1600 square feet to 2000 square feet. That is more than enough to take care of the housing needs of a modern working Indian.
By investing in larger homes, you not only invest money, but you also invest your lifetime dreams on it.