Making the decision to buy your own home is a humongous one and it doesnâ€™t come easy. Because once you have made a decision, you need to follow it up with a plethora of homework on a variety of issues. The first thing you need to decide is whether to opt for an apartment or a villa. Then comes the location. This is followed by the budget and loans. Then come a myriad of other things to look out for. But the single most important factor through all this is choosing an experienced and reliable builder, with a reputation to match.
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The real estate industry is evolving in numerous ways, all for the betterment of mankind it would seem. Earlier people lived in independent homes, cottages, lodges and town houses that lined the city streets like multi-storied walls with gaping shapes representing its numerous doors and windows. Then came the bungalows, villas and apartments; and now we have a further entrant known as the â€˜villamentâ€™. Just as the name suggests, a villament is an amalgamation of the good things of both the villa and the apartment.
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Whatever name we give it, all it takes is basically four walls and a door to make up a home. Depending on its design and location, homes are increasingly being given new types of names. We can have attached home, detached homes and independent homes and to make it spicier, there are homes that are part of buildings or a whole complete building. Still, want more? Ok, there are also homes depending on their location and purposesâ€¦.these include lodges, cottages, villas, bungalows and apartments – or flats as they are more commonly known in the UK!
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Kerala is known as ‘Gods own country’ and lies on the southern side of the countryâ€™s coast, a slim band of evergreen land sandwiched between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. With its great climate, abundant greenery and numerous beaches, Kerala is one of the best places in the country to set home base in. In a survey conducted by the Times Group among the five top cities in Kerala, the capital came out tops. While Kozhikode and Cochin are large metropolitan cities brimming with congestion and pollution, Thiruvananthapuram is the state capital and is comparatively smaller than the other two cities. Also known as Trivandrum, the capital city is still in its expanding phase and by virtue of its size, is easier to manage its facilities and infrastructures.
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