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Villa For Sale In Borkhera, Kota, Rajasthan

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3BHK INR 47 LAKH

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  • Updated On:
  • January 20, 2022
  • 4 Rooms
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • 39937 property ID

Villa Overview

Villa For Sale In Borkhera, Kota, Rajasthan

Uit approved patta and registry
40 feet cc road
East and west face available
Coloum structure house
25×40=1000sqft plot area with one room and letbath on first floor
Furnished with moduler kitchen full falls selling and wardrobe
Only 1.5 km from borkhera flyover and 4km from railway station
Gated colony with cc road and garden
Single floor House 2bhk in 42lakh available

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Address: Borkhera, Kota, Rajasthan
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Zip: 324006
Country: India
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Property Id : 39937
Price: 3BHK INR 47 LAKH
Rooms: 4
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Size in SQ FT: 1450
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  • Location of the house.
  • The size of the lot.
  • Number of bedrooms.
  • Number of bathrooms.
  • The Kitchen layout.
  • The age, style and condition of home appliances.
  • Age of the house.
  • The Selling Price to be compared with the current market rate.

If you’re thinking about buying a home, this list can help get your search off on the right foot. While the number of rooms, the condition of the kitchen, and the size of the yard are important, there are other things to think over before you make an offer. Consider these factors.

The Location

They say that the three most important things to think about when buying are home are location, location, location. You can live with almost any imperfection in a home if you love the neighborhood and your neighbors. You can change almost everything else. But, once bought, you cannot change your home’s location. When you go house hunting, consider any potential home’s proximity to your work, the charm of the neighborhood, how the home is situated on the lot, ease of access, noise from neighbors, traffic, and pets, as well as access to parks, shopping, schools, and public transportation.

The Site

Beyond location, look at the site of the home. If the home is on a hill, does it have a view, a walkout basement, or lots of stairs to climb? Do neighbors’ windows look directly into the home? Is the yard suitable for kids, pets, gardening, or other uses? Is access to the property safe regarding driveway elevation or stairs to the front door?

The Neighborhood

Be sure the neighborhood, and not just the house, meets your expectations. They say that you should own the smallest home in the nicest neighborhood that you can afford. You’ll have a great view! Drive around on weekdays and weekends, during the day and in the evening. Are homes in the neighborhood consistent in size and features? Do the neighbors keep the yards clean and tidy, or are there old cars and trash around? Is the neighborhood safe enough for people to walk, run, or bike, and are there children playing in the yards?

The Home’s Curb Appeal

Your home should reflect your lifestyle. Do you live a laid-back life? Then you might not want a formal Victorian or Tudor-style home. Something simpler and more contemporary might be in order. Look at the exterior features. A brick home is easier to maintain, unless, of course, you live in an earthquake-prone area. Ask yourself whether the roof in good condition. Is the landscaping attractive and are the sidewalks leading to the home safe?

The Size and the Floor Plan

You may be thinking about buying your dream home. But is your dream home impractical? Do you need four bedrooms and four baths when you live alone? A large home can give you the extra space you’ve always wanted for a home office, crafts, or art projects, but you’ll pay higher heating bills and have higher taxes. It will take more furniture to fill it and money to decorate it. Think about how the new home space will be used and whether it will fit your lifestyle now and in the future.

The Bedrooms and Bathrooms

Decide how many bedrooms and bathrooms you need, and only look at homes that meet your criteria. It would be a shame to fall in love with a cozy, charming cottage that isn’t big enough. An extra bedroom is always a plus, as it can be used for a home office, craft studio, or guest room. If you think you’ll be adding more room later, be sure to consult an architect who can advise you on space planning, lot usage, and city regulations.

The Kitchen

If the kitchen is the heart of your home, don’t settle for a home with a kitchen that won’t work. You can always remodel, but it’s very costly. Can you replace cabinet faces and countertops? Will an inexpensive makeover be sufficient? Don’t worry about appliances, as they can usually be easily replaced.

The Closets and Storage

Older homes tend to have little closets and not a lot of storage space. If you have lots of sports equipment, craft supplies, out-of-season clothes, and holiday decorations, be sure you know where all this will go in your new home. Newer homes tend to have big closets and lots of storage. You can always add storage space, but you might have to sacrifice living space in your rooms.

The Windows and Lighting

Do you love a bright sunny room or do you love privacy? Look at a home with light and sunshine in mind. Look at the locations of electrical outlets and fixtures. Will they accommodate your lighting needs? Is there recessed lighting in the kitchen, cove lighting in the family room and a lovely chandelier in the dining room? If not, you can add them later, but it’s nice to have it in place when you move in.

The Finishing Touches

Sometimes the simplest home looks spectacular thanks to the installed moldings, hardware, and fireplace. If these elements are important to you, look for them while house hunting or be ready to add them after you move in.

If you keep these specific elements of a home in mind, your house hunting will be more successful, and you’ll likely end up with the home of your dreams.

 

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A Villa buying decision is one of the important decisions of life and for most, it is a MILESTONE achievement. A Villa purchase is a capital-intensive investment and hence it is all the more important that we take a thoughtful decision rather than just taking an emotional plunge

NEED: Have you asked yourself this question: Why Do I Need to Buy A Villa ? Why can I not rent it? Financially renting is a better choice than buying because the return on a residential Villa is just 3-4 % whereas the home loan is 8.6 %.

FINANCIALLY READY: Are you financially ready to make a Villa purchase? Have you considered all the financial obligations like a car loan, educational loan repayment, rent, equipment loan (mobile, etc.)? Have you considered your financial obligations towards your parent’s health care, your wives/husbands need: professional and personal, children’s education and incidentals? If yes what is the surplus month-on-month which you can invest in buying your dream Villa ? “YOU GOT IT”– You got the exact monthly surplus for investing in your Villa purchase (This point is valid for people who are going to take a Villa loan for buying a property. Those who have funds at their disposal because of their savings or inheritance or from the support of parents etc. can ignore.) I am considering that your JOB or Business is secure.

LOCATION: One of the super important factors to be considered while making a Villa purchase is the location that needs to be close to work and is considered as the deciding factor – it surely is but there are many other factors with respect to deciding the location. Please ensure that the LOCATION you choose has an “ESTABLISHED SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE: MARKETS, SCHOOLS, HOSPITAL, POLICE STATION, CINEMA, etc). Do not buy a location, which is futuristic. YOU live in Today not in the future some 5-10 years away.

WHICH PROJECT TO CHOOSE? The first and foremost thing is to find out the consultants working on the project and lastly the Financial Consultants. Please remember that the consultants dealing with design and construction are the most important. Don’t just get lured with the green patches and things like table tennis, carom room, etc they hardly cost anything, the construction material and specifications are what you must consider seriously. Choose reputed Architects over Local Contractors.

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