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A buyer invests a lot, in terms of his time, efforts and finances, to find a good property. It is advisable to make sure that the property that a person is buying the suitable property according to …

A buyer invests a lot, in terms of his time, efforts and finances, to find a good property. It is advisable to make sure that the property that a person is buying the suitable property according to his or her needs. There are many factors which a person needs to keep in mind in order to make a safe and profitable real estate investment.

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  • 1. WHY LOCATION IS IMPORTANT WHEN BUYING PROPERTY? affordable and best property in india | GBP Rosewood | GBP Derabassi | affordable property in india | best commercial plots in mohali | Commercial plots in mohali A buyer invests a lot, in terms of his time, efforts and finances, to find a good property. It is advisable to make sure that the property that a person is buying the suitable property according to his or her needs. There are many factors which a person needs to keep in mind in order to make a safe and profitable real estate investment. Affordability, location, facilities and accessibility are some of the factors which can affect the decision of an investor. Among all the mentioned factors, location is definitely the most crucial and important factor. The location of the property has direct impact on its value, whether you wish to keep it for personal use or resale it, thus increasing its significance even more. Location is one of the prime factors when choosing a property, whether commercial or residential. However the description of location can differ for both residential and commercial properties. It can further depend on the perception of the individuals and the way they intend to use the property. Accessibility is one common factor which is of equal importance for any type of property. Having different transport options, even if you own a vehicle, can help to ensure that you will not have to wait for hours to reach your destination. When talking about residential property, an ideal location will be that which is safe and secure. Every person wishes to give his family a safe and healthy environment to live in. The area which is polluted, overly crowded and has high crime rate cannot be considered as an ideal location. The property should be located in an urban area, among a neighborhood which you can trust. It should have all the necessary amenities, like water, gas and electricity. Along with that it is also beneficial if the property is located near amenities such as schools, parks, shopping malls and hospital. Having all these facilities within a close area will help to ensure that you or your family does not have to travel for miles to fulfill your basic necessities. Living near a school or your office has its own benefits, as it can reduce the commute time. The needs of commercial property are different than residential property. It should be located in the middle of a swarming place to make sure that you are never short of customers. You should keep in mind the type of your business and target customer base, before finalizing a certain location. Having ample parking space around your property is important for the convenience of your customers, as they will never have to worry about parking their vehicles when coming to your business place. The area in which you are buying the property should not have many competitors to ensure that your business is not overshadowed by others.