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DABC Chennai Builders http://dabcchennai.wordpress.com/ - DABC, a Chennai based leading promoter/developer of residential complexes with an expertise of above 2 decades and have transformed 46 Acres of land into a nice residential regiment in Mogappair, Chennai is fastest growing suburb. DABC have so far, constructed 4.5 million sqft of built up area in the last 4 years and had been consistently delivering 400-500 flats every year. DABC successfully completed approximately 4800 flats and have 9000 satisfied customers to its credit and recently delivered 650 flats in the year 2009-2010. DABC is known for their promptness in delivery of flats & transparency in costing.

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  2. 2. Courtesy : wikipediaApartment An apartment (in American English) or flat (in British English) is a self-contained housing unit (a type of residential real estate) that occupies only part of a building. Such a building may be called an apartment building, apartment house (in American English), block of flats, tower block, high-rise or, occasionally mansion block (in British English), especially if it consists of many apartments for rent. Apartments may be owned by an owner/occupier or rented by tenants (two types of housing tenure). The term apartment is favored in North America, whereas the term flat is commonly, but not exclusively,used in the Great Britain, Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong and most Commonwealth nations. In MalaysianEnglish, flat often denotes a housing block of lesser quality meant for lower-income groups, while apartment ismore generic and may also include luxury condominiums.In Australian English the term flat was traditionallyused, but the term apartment is also frequently used, as is "home unit", or "unit" for short. Tenement law refers to the feudal basis of permanent property such as land or rents. May be found combinedas in "Messuage or Tenement" to encompass all the land, buildings and other assets of a property.In the US and Canada, some apartment-dwellers own their own apartments, either as co-ops, in which theresidents own shares of a corporation that owns the building or development; or in condominiums, whose residentsown their apartments and share ownership of the public spaces. Most apartments are in buildings designed for thepurpose, but large older houses are sometimes divided into apartments. The word apartment connotes aresidential unit or section in a building. In some locations, particularly the United States, the word denotes a rentalunit owned by the building owner, and is not typically used for a condominium. In the UK, some flat owners own a share in the company that owns the freehold of the building. This is commonlyknown as a "share of freehold" flat. The freehold company has the right to collect annual ground rents from each ofthe flat owners in the building. The freeholder can also develop or sell the building, subject to the usual planningand restrictions that might apply. for more detail click here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment
  3. 3. Courtesy : wikipediaApartment types and characteristics Apartments can be classified into several types. In North America the typical terms are a studio, efficiency orbachelor apartment (bedsit in the UK). These all tend to be the smallest apartments with the cheapest rents in agiven area. This kind of apartment usually consists mainly of a large room which is the living, dining, and bedroomcombined. There are usually kitchen facilities as part of this central room, but the bathroom is a separate, smallerroom. Moving up from the bachelors/efficiencies are one-bedroom apartments, in which one bedroom is separate fromthe rest of the apartment. Then there are two-bedroom, three-bedroom, etc. apartments (Apartments with morethan three bedrooms are rare). Small apartments often have only one entrance. Large apartments often have two entrances, perhaps a door in the front and another in the back. Depending onthe building design, the entrance doors may be directly to the outside or to a common area inside, such as ahallway. Depending on location, apartments may be available for rent furnished with furniture or unfurnished intowhich a tenant usually moves in with their own furniture. A garden apartment complex consists of low-rise apartment buildings built with landscaped grounds surroundingthem.[1] The apartment buildings are often arranged around courtyards that are open at one end. A gardenapartment has some characteristics of a townhouse: each apartment has its own building entrance, or just a fewapartments share a small foyer or stairwell at each building entrance. Unlike a townhouse, each apartmentoccupies only one level. Modern garden apartment buildings are never more than three stories high, since theytypically dont have elevators/lifts. However, the first "garden apartment" buildings in the United States, developedin the early 20th century, were five stories high.[2][3] Some garden apartment buildings place a one-car garageunder each apartment. The grounds are more landscaped than for other modestly scaled apartments.Another definition of "garden apartment" is a unit built half below grade or at ground level.[4] The implication is thatthere is a view or direct access to a garden from the apartment, but this is not necessarily the case. for more detail click here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment
  4. 4. Courtesy : wikipedia Laundry facilities may be found in a common area accessible to all the tenants in the building, or eachapartment may have its own facilities. Depending on when the building was built and the design of thebuilding, utilities such as water, heating, and electricity may be common for all the apartments in the building orseparate for each apartment and billed separately to each tenant (however, many areas in the US have ruled itillegal to split a water bill among all the tenants, especially if a pool is on the premises). Outlets for connection to telephones are typically included in apartments. Telephone service is optional and ispractically always billed separately from the rent payments. Cable television and similar amenities are extra also.Parking space(s), air conditioner, and extra storage space may or may not be included with an apartment. Rentalleases often limit the maximum number of people who can reside in each apartment. On or around the ground floor of the apartment building, a series of mailboxes are typically kept in a locationaccessible to the public and, thus, to the mail carrier too. Every unit typically gets its own mailbox with individualkeys to it. Some very large apartment buildings with a full-time staff may take mail from the mailman and provide mail-sorting service. Near the mailboxes or some other location accessible by outsiders, there may be a buzzer(equivalent to a doorbell) for each individual unit. In smaller apartment buildings such as two- or three-flats, or evenfour-flats, rubbish is often disposed of in trash containers similar to those used at houses. In largerbuildings, rubbish is often collected in a common trash bin or dumpster. For cleanliness or minimizing noise, manylessors will place restrictions on tenants regarding keeping pets in an apartment. In some parts of the world, the word apartment refers to a new purpose-built self-contained residential unit in abuilding, whereas the word flat means a converted self-contained unit in an older building. Anindustrial, warehouse, or commercial space converted to an apartment is commonly called a loft, although somemodern lofts are built by design. An apartment consisting of the top floor of a high apartment building can be calleda penthouse. for more detail click here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment
  5. 5. Courtesy : wikipedia When part of a house is converted for the ostensible use of a landlords family member, the unit may be knownas an in-law apartment or granny flat, though these (sometimes illegally) created units are often occupied byordinary renters rather than family members. In Canada these suites are commonly located in the basements ofhouses and are therefore normally called basement suites or "mother-in-law suites.”A maisonette is an apartmentwith more than one floor.In Milwaukee vernacular architecture, a Polish flat is an existing small house or cottagethat has been lifted up to accommodate the creation of a new basement floor housing a separate apartment, thenset down again; thus becoming a modest two-story flat In Russia, a communal apartment is a room with a sharedkitchen and bath. A typical arrangement is a cluster of five or so room-apartments with a common kitchen andbathroom and separate front doors, occupying a floor in a pre-Revolutionary mansion. Traditionally a room isowned by the government and assigned to a family on a semi-permanent basis. Property classes In every community there are several types of multi-family housing, properties are typically put into one of fourproperty classes.[6] Each "class" of properties has a letter grade. These grades are used to help investors and realestate brokers speak a common language so they can understand a propertys characteristics and conditionquickly. They are as follows:*Class A properties are luxury units. They are usually less than 10 years old and are often new, upscale apartmentbuildings. Average rents are high, and they are generally located in desirable geographic areas. White-collarworkers live in them and are usually renters by choice.*Class B properties can be 10 to 25 years old. They are generally well maintained and have a middle class tenantbase of both white and blue-collar workers. Some are renters by choice, and others by necessity.*Class C properties were built within the last 30 to 40 years. They generally have blue-collar and low- to moderate-income tenants, and the rents are below market. This is where youll find many tenants that are renters "for life." Onthe other hand, some of their tenants are just starting out. And as they get better jobs, they work their way up therental scale.*Class D properties are where youll find many Section 8 in the US or government-subsidized housing tenants.They are generally positioned in lower socioeconomic areas. for more detail click here - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment
  6. 6. The real estate industry is becoming more expensive by the passing minute and flats for rent are not availableeasily these days. The popular and expensive capitals of the world are worst affected. There is, however, one reliefin the form of online directories which can find you an affordable and suitable place to rent. Types of flats for rent Depending on an individuals needs almost every type of flat is available for rent globally now. Right from 1 bedroom flat or a studio apartment, to bigger properties - online directories have it all. Studio flats are the newest and most popular of choices these days. Almost every type of houses and flats can thus be easily accessed using an online directory that too at no added costs. In fact, one saves quite a considerable amount of money by looking up online directories. The latest audio-visual technology ensures that the information you get online is quite descriptive and detailed. Renting a place in busy cities around the world is not an easy game however the latest online directories make it possible at a mere mouse click. On these sites you can browse through an ample number of pictures of rooms and apartments available for rent in your desired location. The location map is another added advantage as it lets you choose areas you are interested in. Once you browse through houses you will realize the wide variety on offer and you can be picky before your zero in on one.Getting budget friendly flats for rentOne can easily ask for the details about a particular flat or apartment for rent in the proximity of their respectiveworkplaces or childrens school online. Be it a short term stay on a holiday or a longer one on business onlinedirectories have it all. The flats have many facilities like secure environment, room service, 24 hour runningwater, parking space, internet service etc. for more detail click here - http://ezinearticles.com/?How-To-Find-The-Best-Flats-For-Rent&id=6467438