Friday, May 9, 2014

SSVR Lotus Pond Multistorey Apartments, Located at Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore available 2BHK and 3BHK Apartments.

SSVR Lotus Pond Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1010 - 1552 sq.ft., Located at Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore available 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK Apartments.


All the luxury you love, now you can find in comforts of your own home. Presenting Lotus Pond, a modern, fresh and vibrant array of elegant apartments that encompass urban sophistication, playful energy and soothing ambience.
Located in the most IT friendly part of Bangalore, the resplendent project provides a lifetime of inspiration for subline lifestyle. In what is a feat in architecture design, the aesthetics is aligned with form and functionality. Resultantly, the elements come together in unison and the space is ultra-chic, clean and fresh on the eyes. And as for adding personality and vibe to the space, the soothing shades work wonders.



Tennis court, 
children play area, 
amphitheater and more outdoor


table tennis

The real estate investment has provided many investors with positive cash flow, tax benefits and satisfaction of making an: investment in a tangible asset. However, like in any other investment, there are many intricacies and trends in the market that need to be understood for peaceful possession and enjoyment of the property.

There are a large number of investors who invest their hard earned money without a thorough examination of the documents and the credibility of the vendor and thereby land themselves into problems after their investment. Therefore, it is necessary to take some precautions before investment.
Investment in property carries with it a great potential for creating wealth and it requires taking some potentially difficult decisions. Reinvestment in the property and time management all need careful consideration. 

Property investments can be the shining lights in your personal or business financial portfolio. Most of successful investors have free and clear properties. You should aim to reduce your debt as soon as you can by re-investing your cash back into your property mortgage payments which in turn raises your net worth. Do your homework. Don't do anything alone. Work with professionals or proven successful investors to avoid finding yourself in damage control.

By aligning yourself with the right professional you can avoid the likely common mistakes so that you can ensure an excellent return on your investment. Cash flow, capital appreciation, tax benefits, and pride of ownership are just some of the things that need to be addressed before you make an investment. 

An experienced real estate professional will render very useful service in evaluating your needs and in suggesting you suitably. Make sure that you have the right agent.

Predicting constant appreciation in the value of the property is extremely difficult if not impossible for the unseasoned investor. Property which eats away cash every month can drain your working capital. This can create stress, frustration and become quite painful. A strain on your cash flow may cause you to sell the investment before the benefits of ownership are ever realized.

Check everything concerning the property under consideration devolution history, rents, payment of taxes, expenses, deposits etc. Ask the tenants about pest problems, structural damage or recurring problems. Don't overlook anything. When invest- ing your hard earned money be sure and use sound business judg- ment. Protect yourself against the risks that come with investment property. Take insurance cover for your property. The list of docu- ments to be examined and the statutory requirements to be fulfilled can be very many. They may include obtaining Building permits, adherence of zoning laws, building bye-laws, examination of rental and lease deeds, if any, examination of loan documents, scrutiny of title deeds, etc. If you are not trained to look into these documents yourself then it is essential to engage a qualified professional to approve all of these for you and only then you may conclude the deal. But whatever it may be don't attempt to do it alone.

Do comprehensive back- ground checks on any prospective tenants. Previous landlords, employers, financial references, credit and judgments are all extremely important. If there are any questions do thorough research. Drive by their previous residence. A little work upfront can save tremendous problems later.

Charge fair rents, treat your tenants with respect and respond as quickly as possible to their needs. It's a lot less costly in the long run to take care of the little problems before they become big problems. Get letters from tenants confirming the status of tenancy. Make sure their version of the rental or lease agreement corresponds with the sellers interpretation.

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