We all want to buy a property isn’t it? But have you ever wondered about the hidden charges when buying a property? I have been involved in lot of property deals like my flat or booking new office for my company or some other deals in my family. I have seen that there are always hidden charges involved when buying a property in India and so let me help others understand what are the hidden charges that you need to consider when buying a property in India.
Year 2012 was full of surprises for the Indian investors. Looking at the weekly charts for Nifty in 2012 we clearly see it had something for every body be it trader or investor. Nifty has shown good support in 2012 around 4500, 4800, 5000, 5200, 5550, 5850 and so it does look like 2013 will be a year where there will be lot of support for market and so if you are keen to invest your money in 2013, there are three things that you need to know.
Should opt for home loan or go for a rented house? Let me share what analysis should be used to make the right choice for yourself – Home Loan or House Rent.
There is too much of darkness when it comes to investing in real estate in India because of lack of any regulations and so I am going to list some of the points which you should consider before investing in real estate.
If you are very bullish on infrastructure sector in India read my view on it and try to answer few of the questions and concern I have for this sector.
Actually we do not do investment in equity but try to make quick bucks out of it but for real estate we are actually an investment minded. Its just that we need to change the mindset and nothing more.
Technology seems to have come out as a big winner from all that happened in the past 3 months. It is all because of the rupee. Since the rupee fell, technology stocks have been then bought. For example; Infosys is going up quite strongly. Also, MindTree is a second tier IT company to be taken into consideration.
Experts advice investors to concentrate on long term investment as market is confusing for short term investments. If we go categorically as per rate sensitive or rate affecting sectors first comes banking, real estate, auto and then oil .