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One way of looking at the operation of Rent Control Act in India is to point to the dilapidated housing stock and overcrowding living conditions in inner city areas in many urban areas.  In the city of Mumbai, a survey in the 1960’s identified about 20,000 privately owned buildings in a dangerous condition giving shelter to about 400,000 households, of which 16,000 buildings were constructed prior to the 1920s.  
 
A vast majority of these families were living in single tenements with common amenities, and without the benefit of any maintenance by the landlord.  In an annual year the collapse of a few buildings during monsoon lead to injuries and causalities and thus the dispossession of tenants became commonplace.  
 
In Delhi, a larger part of the old rented housing stock, styled as ‘katras’ in the walled city of Delhi have been declared as slum areas.  The density of population was much lower in other cities, but there also the stagnant rents was a dampener and discouraged proper maintenance of the premises by the owner of the property.  The prevalence of rents at less than the market price does not actually lead to excessive use of space by the tenant households, as densities remain high because of the small size of the units and the large size of the families residing in such dwelling units.  
 
The important point to note in the case of properties under rent control is that the low returns to the landlord do not lead automatically to a reduction in the number of tenant units, and the supply declines only if the property suffers a collapse due to a slump in the property market or an accelerated obsolescence.  When investing in an   Apartment in Kochi   all the above said factors need to be given importance.

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Well....
Its right if you are newbie in the real estate or any other business then it is necessary to avoid too much investment initially as there are more risk for you in the business because you have less experience and knowledge about it.


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I see a facebook fan page as just one tactic in the whole social media marketing basket and as such, its potential absence will be hedged by a presence across the entire social media spectrum (video-sharing, document-sharing, image-sharing, bookmarking, micro-blogging, blogging, etc). So, I do not see a downside to having a FB page. It is, after all, a free form of promotion and can enhance the brand awareness for a business.

However, investing heaps of money and depending solely on a FB page certainly would be unwise.


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Hi, you are all right. We have to think twice before dealing anything because in previous month my brother have a problem associative with that.
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I am totally agree with you. In fact it is wise to analyse and think all the aspects of anything before investing.

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In the primary stage rather than investing much one should learn. This is your initial stage so,you should learn about the market strategy after that invest less amount and after getting profit invest those in it.
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Talk of the great rotation can be bewildering, while tales of ordinary investors thundering away from bonds . Think twice before dealing anything because in previous month my brother have a problem associative .


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I am fully agree with you guys its your own money so before you investing do proper analysis than purchase it.
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Reasons why you must invest in Kerala Real Estate

You must have heard this time and again that you should invest when you can as you may not get such a lucrative opportunity again in the future. This is precisely the point that you must deliberate on when you are deliberating on whether or not to put down your money in investing in villas in cochin.

The truth of the matter is, this is exactly the time when you must buy since the real estate prices are still reasonable when compared to other Mini Metros and big cities. It would be safe to say that the present opportunity present before you may not arise again, in the near future. A few reasons on why you must consider investing in apartments in cochin.

The first that you must keep in mind while investing in real estate is that it is a long term investment and you may not receive immediate profits. Therefore, you need to keep that in mind when you buy villas, apartments, flats, houses or Kerala real estate would appreciate in value with time and the state of the economy. However, to receive immediate gains you would put your property up for lease or rent, from which you would be able to derive income. This way you would be able to earn back the initial investment that you had made.

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It is very important the you need to think twice or wisely before investing just like this one seem the return is quite low.In Helsinki Finland i been a real estate agent and i also notice that many of investing in real estate at http://parhaattoimitilat.fi/ are studying very well and thinking wisely if the investment has a low risk and i think that is one of the attitude of many businessman do.
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Investment in Real Estate is a great venture especially if it's a long term Investment.
Off course it depends on what your interests are when you invest in Real Estate. The trend is pretty straightforward, for a quick snap revenues (Which may be risky) Flats or Apartments are purchased and re-sold in a short time frame. But the trend in Goa is different, wherein properties purchased face a price rise in a quick time span. Luxury properties have a tremendous shot in such scenarios.


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The important point to note in the case of properties under rent control is that the low returns to the landlord do not lead automatically to a reduction in the number of tenant units, and the supply declines only if the property suffers a collapse due to a slump in the property market or an accelerated obsolescence.  When investing in an   construction and design works in kottayam all the above said factors need to be given importance.any way we all create a new projects iclude apartment and villas, 
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