Perky Pink City: 5 Exciting Things to Do In Jaipur

India, a civilization that is thousands of years old with a rich cultural heritage. And no other place is more historical than the state of Rajasthan! A place that bears testimony to the proud and royal legacy of the Rajputs, Rajasthan is a premier tourist destination for tourists from across the globe. Naturally, Jaipur, the capital city of the state, is on the top list of must see places.

Popularly known as the pink city, due to a large number of its buildings painted a terracotta pink, Jaipur is world famous for its royal history and architecture, galleries, gems & jewelry as well as its traditional folk dance & music, unique cuisine and local culture. Let’s explore the 5 exciting things that you can do in Jaipur…

  • 1. Forts & Palaces
    Jaipur, with its royal lineage, is home to some spectacular forts and palaces. Jal Mahal (a water palace with an exotic mix of both Rajput & Mughal architecture), Nahargarh Fort, City palace, Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, are all must see destinations. The splendor and beauty of these buildings has to be seen to be believed.
  • 2. Jantar Mantar
    Situated right opposite the City Palace, Jantar Mantar, a UNESCO world heritage site built in the 18th century, is an astronomical observatory that has a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments. Built by Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, the monument features the world’s largest stone sundial.
  • 3. Traditional shopping
    Rajasthan is famous for its traditional art & craft and Jaipur boasts some of the best shops for handicrafts, textiles, shoes, carpets or gems & jewellery. Bapu Bazar, Johari Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, Nehru Bazaar are some of the well-known markets for buying typical Rajasthani goods.
  • 4. Authentic Cuisine & Cultural experience
    As with shopping, no trip to Jaipur will be complete without tasting the delicious Rajasthani cuisine of Dal Batti. Chokhi Dhani, a classic Rajashtani village, offers visitors the full local experience with a wide range of open-air restaurants serving traditional Rajasthan cuisine, live entertainment and adventure park-like attractions. Tourists can enjoy puppet shows, magic shows, Rajasthani folk performances, acrobatics, camel rides, elephant rides, boating and much more.
  • 5. Folk Festivals
    Jaipur has long history of celebrating festivals, such as Gangaur (March-April) and Teej (July-August). Also, Dhulandi, the festival of colors (March), and the kite festival (January) which celebrates the new harvest are celebrated across Jaipur with much fervor. For Dhulandi Festival, there is a city tour bus takes tourist all around the city to see the colorful celebrations.

But instead of just visiting, for those who are looking to settle in Jaipur, Emaar India has built a project that carries high growth prospects – Vaikunth Villa Plots at Emaar Jaipur Greens! It is a premium residential township, set within an expansive 155-acre gated community, offering residential plots in Jaipur along with a wide range of ready-to-use amenities such as clubhouse, indoor badminton courts, and tennis court among others. The 23 acres of wide open green space ensures you breathe clean, fresh air every day. Moreover, there is ample water supply and electrical connectivity for all the villa plots and so much more. After spending an exciting day in the perky pink city, you can retreat to a peaceful, pollution-free, exclusive lifestyle! Jaipur Vaikunth is strategically located just off the NH-48 Jaipur-Ajmer Highway and adjacent to JK Lakshmipat Singhania University, right in the midst of Jaipur’s growth corridor thus making for an easy commute to the International Airport, Jaipur railway station and other essential social amenities of the city. If you’re looking to settle down in Jaipur and experience the royal lifestyle every day, there’s no other place you’d rather be than Jaipur Vaikunth. To know more about the project please visit.

Experience the Quintessential Emaar Luxury

Emaar International, with a global presence across the Middle East, Africa, Asia, Europe, USA and Canada, has been a name long associated with iconic projects (the Burj Khalifa!) and has rightfully earned their reputation as one of the world’s premier real estate companies. Developing and delivering more than 45000 residential units & 4.5 million sq.ft. of commercial office spaces, holding a large land bank of 71.8 billion sq.ft across key countries, Emaar International, on the back of these glorious achievements, has been one of the leading real
estate brands consistently.

As with their distinguished International counterparts, Emaar India, since 2005, has firmly established themselves as one of India’s prominent real estate developers in the luxury segment by creatingworld-class living spaces and work environments in Gurugram, Delhi, Mohali, Lucknow, Jaipur, Indore and Chennai.

Emaar India’s latest residential project, Emaar Palm Heights in Sector 77, Gurugram, does full justice to their repute of constructing lavish, spacious, signature residences that offer the best in smart and luxurious living!

Emaar Palm Heights, a 24-storey high-rise tower inside the mega community of Palm Heights in Sector 77, Gurgaon, is a premium residential project that offers unrestricted views of the Aravali ranges along with world-class amenities including tennis & badminton courts, half basketball court, multiple car parks, 24X7 security and controlled access, generator back up and much more all set amidst large, landscaped green spaces with very low noise and air pollution.

These lavish 3 BHK apartments in Gurgaon have been well fitted with top class specifications that match their elevated status including split A/C in living, dining and all bedrooms, vitrified tiles in a marble finish in the living and dining areas, laminated wooden flooring in all the bedrooms, integrated modular kitchen with hob, chimney and a geyser, a shower cubicle in the master bathroom as well as high-quality CP fittings and fixtures.

A huge advantage of Palm Heights is its strategic location. Situated on the intersection of NH-8, Dwarka Expressway and 60 metres wide sector road, the Palm Heights is an easy commute from reputed schools, hospitals, sports complex, Bio Diversity Park, markets, banks, shopping malls as well as a golf course, the SEZ and the International Airport.

Come and explore the towering, luxurious world of Emaar Palm Heights to experience a grand, sophisticated lifestyle. Visit the website for all project details http://emaar-palmheights.com/

Get High-Speed Access To Indore’s Premier Destinations From Indore Greens

A city steeped with history, culture, and tradition, Indore has reinvented itself to catch up to today’s fast-paced lifestyle. Indore is bestowed with the honour of being the cleanest city in India, thrice in a row. Furthermore, Indore has a strong and reputed educational base, with both Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and Indian Institute of Management (IIM), the top educational institutes of India present in the city. Retaining the essence of the city’s culture and embracing the new-age lifestyle, Emaar India brings to you a vibrant enterprise of Indore Greens – a residential property in Indore designed to bring together a truly remarkable lifestyle.

Developing a culture of sustainable living, this well-designed and meticulously-planned development is spread across 132 acres. Moreover, the best-in-class features and amenities present here make this township a perfect space for a holistic living experience, every day.

Finding a home at a smart location in this smart city, is one that beckons only the privileged few. Indore Greens is located on the growth axis of New Indore, on Super Corridor Extension Road, and provides high speed access to the rest of Indore with its wide expressways. Since Indore happens to be one of the fastest growing Tier-II cities in India, it is considered as a centre for commerce in central India. In fact, to efficiently harness Indore’s potential, the Government has set up many SEZs with several MNCs like TCS and Infosys already setting up shop, now just a 5-min drive from Indore Greens. It is located at a junction connecting the Super Corridor and DMIC Corridor & the International Airport with easy access to 6 major highways. Moreover, the development is just a 30-min drive to the Pithampur Industrial Area. With the airport just a few minutes away, and the educational institutes and employment hubs nearby, living a de-cluttered, holistic lifestyle can now be possible.

The strategic location of Indore Greens presents you with a rare opportunity of living a balanced life that you had always dreamed of, without increasing your daily commute time. A few minutes’ drive to this beautiful space is all it takes to become one with nature while indulging in the choicest of amenities offered at this tranquil abode. If you wish to know more of what Indore Greens has to offer, you can get in touch with us at [LINK] and get a peek into the Emaar lifestyle.

PropTech- A consumer-driven disruption

You will read many reports that state that real estate in India has always been a slow adapter of technology. This is not an incorrect statement but what makes it true are the factors like its sheer size, variables, intermediaries, data, lack of data and the fact that a big portion of it still remains unorganized. Hence, properties and technology have played a game of hide and seek until very recently when the consumer-oriented approach has brought in a tectonic shift in the current paradigm.

What is PropTech?

PropTech is a set of technologies, that is helping bridge the gaps like challenges caused by distance, shortage of sufficient information, lack of research etc. by the use of relevant technologies in the sector. It is basically changing the way a customer today, researches, buys or rents properties. Here are how various technologies help both the investors and developers at various stages of the investment process-

Do not mistake PropTech as a new buzzword in the Indian real estate industry; in fact, the total investments flowing into the PropTech firms in the period of 2016-18, have been approximately $ 242 million. However, what has changed are the services offered by the Indian PropTech firms. Globally, PropTech and ConTech are different terms which basically implies that ConTech is the use of relevant technologies in the process of construction, PropTech is more dedicated to being a business interface between the customers and developers at the liaison stage.

Having said that, in India, firms are focussing on providing a full-stack solution to the customers as well as the developers in order to be an end-to-end service provider. For example, a PropTech firm helping you select a developer and its project purely by the use of research, presenting data to you, checking the premises in real-time and working around the intermediaries; may help you in securing a loan for the property as well. Moreover, the same firm may be offering new-age construction techniques like 3D visualization, IoT, Business Information Modelling (BIM), AI solutions etc. to the developers involved. For example, Emaar Properties has partnered with Xiaomi to launch a smart-home product powered by Artificial Intelligence. These will be the next-generation, digitally-enabled residential developments.

Benefits of PropTech

Enhanced consumer convenience- Housing search has been one of the foremost advantages of PropTech and continues to be. Imagine being able to find the best-match for your budget and requirements and zero-in on a deal, even though sitting remotely? Some PropTechs take care of the involved paperwork too, which may prove to be a hassle at times for the customers.

Faster transaction times- By eliminating the middlemen, a lot of transaction time is saved for the investors. The deals are much smoother, cheaper (possibly) and the property liquidation is much quicker.

Data availability- PropTech businesses are also centralized data aggregators that help you find the ideal house for you using their cloud-connected analytical platforms. They can even create customized searches and tie-up with digital platforms to arrange for services like a virtual tour.

Greater access to market- Gone are the days when you’d have to be in a city to figure out the options you have for investment; with PropTech the choices are at your fingertips and in as much detail as you might need them. You have wider access to a range of projects, the techniques used, the sizes, amenities and all other related information.

In conclusion-

The much-awaited technology disruption in the Indian real estate sector is now gaining full momentum. We see it as a win-win situation for all parties involved and especially for the investors since it offers improved decision making and an abundance of information which otherwise may not have been available. An interesting adaptation displayed by Emaar was the use of VR in the experience zone of Emaar Digi homes, in order to provide them with a real/hands-on experience of the property and it was much applauded!

Welcome to the extravaganza that is, Emaar Club Beryl!

Emaar has a history of creating landmark projects using excellence in design and prioritizing the customer’s interests. And maintaining our world-renowned legacy, we bring to you the newest and one of the most spectacular offerings of Emaar India- Emaar Club Beryl!

Club Beryl is where affordable luxury meets extraordinary style and creates a one-stop-world that comprises of everything that you can ask for. This four-storeyed club located right at the hub of all the bustle in Gurugram, Gold Course Ext. Road; is the largest social club of India with a built-up area of 100,000 sq. ft. No matter if you are a guest, a resident or just a visitor, we invite you to Club Beryl and urge you to have a taste of the signature Emaar lifestyle. Designed as per the international standards while keeping your convenience in mind, Club Beryl combines the three facets of your life on dedicated floors quite fantastically- business, leisure and lifestyle!

Business

Equipped with amenities like the Business Center cum Meeting room and an enormous 50-seater conference room with both round-table and classroom formats, Club Beryl adds style to your meetings and conferences. Also available are 19 superior and fully equipped residential guest rooms, for those business visits or to entertain guests. The 37-seater mini theatre is perfect to be holding presentations or running AVs with a theatrical effect. There is also a banquet hall for corporate meals and networking, if need be.

Leisure

We all need to bust the stress that we accumulate in our minds and what better way than to check in to the Club Beryl Spa and Sauna with massage rooms, steam rooms and a relaxing sauna. You can also indulge in some hydrotherapy with the Jacuzzi or hop into our Aerobics studio for a quick dance workout.

For those merry evenings, you can check in to our world-cuisine restaurant with Alfresco dining and some delectable dishes on offer or enjoy a few drinks and some games at the Sports Bar.

Lifestyle

Elevate your lifestyle by indulging in the sports activity of your choice. Club Beryl has a range of sports amenities ranging from outdoor tennis courts, wooden floor sunken squash court, a fully-equipped gymnasium and two indoor high-roof badminton courts. Also available, is a half-Olympic length swimming pool for the times when the sound of water in your ears is all that you need to relax.

More than being a club, Emaar Club Beryl is an experience. It is a place where your busy lives can come and take a deep breath. It helps you rejuvenates, rekindle your zeal and relax your senses- all this in the most extravagantly luxurious style possible. Club Beryl is a one-of-its-kind offering for our exclusive customers, and it awaits your extraordinary presence!

Here’s how the need for sustainability is changing the real estate sector

When you think of the factors resulting in climate change/global warming, what comes to mind are issues like use of plastic, extinction of animals, pollutants in the sea, emissions etc; but did you know that the very building you reside in is also a very legitimately contributing to global warming? As per a 2017 study by United Nations Environment Programme, “Buildings and construction together account for 36% of global final energy use and 39% of Carbon Dioxide emissions”.

It is no wonder that developers around the world are aiming towards sustainable construction practices, including India. Buildings that use optimum use of the natural resources and are planned, constructed and designed in such a way that their eco system minimizes energy consumption throughout their lifetime are called Green Buildings. In short, an environmentally responsible building that is cost effective and resource efficient at the same time.

India has three predominant rating systems that rate the green buildings as per the initiatives taken- LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), IGBC (Indian Green Building Council), and GRIHA (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment). These rating systems check how efficiently a green building uses the local resources, recycles, and how much reduction of power, water and waste materials has been made.

Here are a few sustainable construction practices largely used in our country-
Smart Designing Methods-
Provisions like rainwater harvesting, waste management, recycling etc. are included in the design of the building right from the most basic stage. Eventually, these even reduce the cost of the project. There is also Designing Insulation done for the project to prevent energy loss by using insulated material for construction. Reuse of water for irritation of the ecosystem and placement of the windows to reduce dependency on external sources of energy are also very effective.
Use of recycle raw material-
This includes using materials like bricks made of construction waste, using manufactured sand prepared from crushing granite stone, recycled metals like aluminium etc. These materials reduce corrosion of naturally existing minerals and elements and at the same time reduce the need for transport and help in save fuel/energy.
Indoor and Outdoor environment-
Developers have a lot of emphasis on open spaces and greenery around their projects to ensure the emissions are in check and the air qualities are better. Moreover, the maintenance of these green areas is ensured via recycled garbage and water and it is ensured that no extra water is wasted.

In India, the green building sector is expected to grow at 20% year on year. At Emaar India, we take this responsibility with utmost sincerity. The recently launched Emaar Digi Homes has obtained a GRIHA rating of 4 for the initiatives taken within the vicinity of the project. These initiatives include usage of Aluminium Formwork for construction, usage of reflective paints, harnessing solar energy, having a waste recycling system within the premises and using rainwater harvesting. The project is also designed in such a way that it harnesses the natural light and winds, to minimize the usage of external energy sources. Sustainability is a choice today, but we are inching towards a society when it will be a need and that time is almost upon us.

Sources-
https://www.greensutra.in/sustainable-construction-practices/
https://yourstory.com/2018/12/building-future-sustainable-construction-practices-need-hour

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5 mistakes to avoid when buying a house

Theoretically speaking, buying a house is one of the most fulfilling experiences on your life, but when it comes down to the practical aspects of it- it is exhausting, to say the least. There is a plethora of advice coming from every direction and it almost makes you giddy because it is a big decision and you wouldn’t want to make a mistake. Very understandable.

At Emaar India, we know that behind that moment of signing the sales deed, there have been years of hard work done to save money and millions of dreams invested by you and your family members. Hence, here are a few mistakes we suggest you avoid in the process-

Paying token before the home loan is approved

Yes, you might have checked your credit score and loan eligibility and you might be sure that your loan will go through without a glitch; but we suggest you wait till the paperwork is through. If you haven’t got a nod from the bank yet, it’s not a good idea to agree to book the flat/house. This goes for both the token amount and the brokerage.

Keeping the down payment conservative

Many of the home buyers rely on the fact that once the home loan goes through, you don’t have anything to worry about. Which is partly true, but you must always remember that along with the loan, comes the interest. And the interest paid is basically like paying a fee to the bank, hence, the more we minimize it, the better. So, when you are saving for the dream house, do factor in how much of that interest do you wish to pay. If you can increase the down payment and thus reduce the loan, better for you.

Rushing through the inspection

It is possible that the house you are considering has been recommended by someone known who happens to know the locality/building. Does that mean you take their word and do not inspect the house well? No! Please make sure every tap and every switch get inspected. Even with regard to the paperwork, it always helps to get a legal point of view.

Buying a second-hand property

Are you considering buying a second-hand house under the impression that it will be cheaper for you? Well, we have got some news for you. The thing about 2nd hand homes is that you can never know the entire history behind a house that has been lived in. For example, you won’t know if the walls have a water seepage issue or if the termites feast on the wardrobes every now and then. For all you know, you might spend more maintaining it than you did buying it. Moreover, even the home loan assessment process might get prolonged because assessing the value of the house becomes an issue.

Buying more than you can afford

Has it happened to you that you have set eyes on a property and fallen in love with it? Well, we suggest checking the price tag before you commit. We tend to think it is a one-time purchase and hence splurging is alright, but sadly you’d see the repercussions of this once the EMI burns a hole in your pockets. We are sure you have created an excel sheet of the cost-benefit analysis and it is always a good idea to just stick to that and not give in to the temptations.

5 monsoon weekend getaways from Gurugram

Sitting in the balcony with a simmering hot cup of tea munching on pakodas, watching the kids dance in muddy puddles, racing the paper boats or just soaking in the smell of rain; regardless of what your memories of the monsoon are, what the rains always bring along with them is pure joy. For a lot of us, monsoon is also the time to pack our bags and set out on those road trips that are unfiltered happiness. Very few things are as uplifting as the monsoon breeze on your face as you drive/ride along the newly washed roads.

Hence, to make your travel decisions easier, here is a round-up of 5 of the most inviting monsoon destinations-

Kasauli

We know Shimla might have been your obvious choice, but ditch the crowd we suggest and head to one of the most picturesque and colourful hill stations of north India- Kasauli. Around ~330 Km from Gurugram, Kasauli is still ripe with the colonial era influence in its architecture and has a massive old-town charm to it that leaves you smiling. Set out on a long walk across the town, taking in the beauty of the hills and laps of valleys while keeping an eye on the cozy little cafes all around town that serve scrumptious food.

Chakrata

Located at ~360 Km from Gurugram, Chakrata is an almost undiscovered gem. Go here to relax, wake up to the Himalayas, be surrounded by various shades of green while you read a book marvelling at the charm of the place. The place is perfect for early morning walks and a delight for photographers, with varied and beautiful varieties of birds flocking the place. The whole town is enveloped in Oak and Deodar trees and provides you with many sightseeing opportunities as well.

Lansdowne

If you are looking for some seclusion and romance, Landowne is your destination. Looking straight out of a movie set, the town used to be a British Cantonment. Around ~280 Km from Gurugram, the town is also famous for its many temples along with spectacular views of the mountains and towering Pine forests. Visit the ancient churches or go on a mountain trail, this town is sure to make you want to come back to the simplicity of it.

Jaipur

Jaipur is a very famous stop for shopping and if you were worried that summer would have been very hot, then now is the time to go! Look for one of the resorts to stay in, preferably built around the forests and have a unique stay experience. A bit too crowded otherwise, monsoon is a good season to go here to beat the crowd. Jaipur is gorgeous when it rains here, almost as if the city has paused for effect. An easy drive of ~235 Km, better shopping deals and inexpensive staying options- what more can you ask for?

Almora

Located at ~388 Km from Gurugram, Almora is one of those places that is getting transformed due to commercialization and at a rapid rate. But don’t be put off by the main markets, there’s much more to the town that what meets your eyes. A kind of panoramic view of the Himalayas that is breathtaking, intricately carved woodwork, and the green foliage enveloping you makes you stop and retrospect. It is the place that might just remind you of home, because of the warmth that it exudes.

So, what are you waiting for? Pick a destination and just drive around; who knows if in the process of finding a new destination, you might just find yourself!

5 reasons why you must think twice before investing in a resale property

If you are on a look out for a home to invest in, choosing between a brand-new apartment and a resale property is bound to plague your mind. Here’s some food for thought. The real estate industry in India is booming and is expected to contribute 13% to the country’s GDP in another 5-6 years. In 2018 alone, 75% more new house-launches took place when compared with 2017 (top 8 cities). Look around you and you shall find new constructions coming up like spring blooms! There are very few things more special than owning a brand-new home in all its glory of fresh paints, untouched interiors, no damages and an absolutely stunning feeling of being the first residents. New, in every sense of the word. What then, can be your reason for considering a resale property? A barely acknowledged fact but apart from the money, there are a host of other things that you are unknowingly bartering when buying a second-hand house. You do not want to end up with the loose end of the bargain.

Here, we list a few unforeseen issues that might crop up with your decision to buy a resale property-

Hidden costs- A previously lived-in property will always come with its own needs for touch-ups, maintenance and reconstructions of some parts. Rarely, can you find a place that fits into your specifications perfectly. Moreover, sellers might not always be completely honest about why they plan to sell a flat. Imagine being stuck with a resale house that has all the plumbing equipment faulty! In contrast, a new house shall be handed over to you absolutely hassle free. Even if there is a repair needed, you know who to hold accountable for it. In a resale flat, once the deal is closed, it becomes entirely your responsibility.

Legal implications- Firstly, every developer makes sure that the property is handed over to the customer with all the relevant documents like OC, CC, Sales deed etc in place. A resale property seller might or might not be so thorough with the legal documents attached to the house. Moreover, what if the seller has not paid his maintenance amount for months? Or worse, what if there is a legal case involving the property you are purchasing? In any case, the background check of the seller shall cost you a good amount of money and precious time.

Home loan- A new house allows you a home loan tenure of 20-30 years depending upon your eligibility. However, with a resale property, the older the house the lesser becomes the tenure and the more become the EMIs. Over and above this, if the resale property is already under a loan, it might be an added hassle have the home-loan transferred.

Brokerage- With a new house, the brokerage can be completely avoidable since you can close the deal with the developer himself. However, inevitably a resale property comes with the burden of paying a brokerage which is not a small sum of money by any standard.

Resale Value- Just like a car, the resale value of a house goes down almost immediately after its sale. Hence with a resale house, you might be buying a property which might not fetch you the greatest of returns in the coming years. Moreover, the house might have been bought at a time when the loan interest rates were higher and hence that additional cost might be woven up with the cost of the house causing it to inflate.

In the current digital age where all the developers have become quite transparent about their dealing with the customers, there is little or no reason to buy a resale property in an area where a brand-new flat is readily available. For instance, our project Mohali Hills has brand new inventory that can be readily possessed instead of investing in a resale deal in the same project. It is after all the decision of the buyer where he/she wants to spend the hard-earned money but, in the end, we request you to sit back and review your decision before taking the plunge. Will the bargain be worth the additional life-long troubles that tag along?

Sources-

https://www.ibef.org/industry/real-estate-india.aspx

https://www.financialexpress.com/money/new-home-vs-resale-home-which-one-to-buy/1229564/

Your easy document checklist before the new flat possession

YOUR EASY DOCUMENT CHECKLIST BEFORE THE NEW FLAT POSSESSION

The ingredients to your perfect new abode are dreams, aspirations, square feet, EMIs and a lot of paperwork. Try as you might to romanticize this process of selecting your beautiful habitat, there will be a new set of documents each time to bring you back to reality. A necessity. The sought-after documents, deeds and certificates are the bridge between you and the builder, after all.

We, at Emaar India, stand for transparency. What you see, is what you pay for, is what you get! We do understand that the documentation part can be slightly intimidating. But we are determined to help you take the DIY route to this hurdle! Does it bother you that the documents you have checked are not enough? Well, it won’t, going further.

Let us decode the documentation mystery for you. Below listed are the documents you absolutely must check before the possession of the new house-

Mother Deed

This is the mother of all documents entailing the chain of ownership of the house. Yes, you ought to check your name on it; but you also need to check the seller’s name on it, amongst other things. It needs to be made sure that the seller is the current legal owner of that property. This is especially crucial in the case of resale of a property.

Sanctioned Building Plan

The licensing authority has approved a building plan of the house/society, inevitably. Let’s grab that to check if the houses are in tandem with the approved plan. If not, do make sure to ask for the amendment of layout approval.

Tax Receipt

Yes, taxes! This one’s tricky though. Guess who is supposed to pay a penalty if the tax has not been paid? You, the buyer. Hence make sure all taxes are paid and receipts submitted to you.

Encumbrance Certificate

This is a declaration issued by the sub-registrar about any kind of loans/mortgages the property might be due for. If your house has been built on a loan, you have the right to know how much.

Completion/ Occupancy Certificate

While the former is self-explanatorily issued by the municipal authorities to declare that project completed; the latter is a certificate issued by the government deeming the property safe for residency.

Power of Attorney

The legalities of it aside, we must know whether the person selling the house is allowed to sell the property or no. A POA signifies that. Also, a POA is required for further selling/transferring of the property.

There, a complete checklist at your fingertips. It is usually the buyer’s responsibility to take a safe handover of the property. What if we tell you, at Emaar India, we take this load off your shoulders? Read it right! Come visit us at Palm Heights, a beautiful array of dream homes overlooking the Aravallis at sector 77, Gurugram. We make the transfer our own responsibility so that buying your own home remains the beautiful experience that it is supposed to be. Come be a part of this luxury!