5 benefits of living in a gated community

Looking for a home and not sure whether you should opt for a house in gated community or an independent villa? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Most people have a hard time trying to pick their perfect house. To make things easier for you, we’ve listed down the top 5 benefits of living in a gated community.

Security

If security is of utmost importance to you, gated communities are the way to go. Most gated communities these days not only have security guards guarding the premises 24*7, the communities are also equipped with state-of-the-art security equipment like CCTV cameras to make sure that safety of the residents is not compromised. This makes gated communities an ideal choice for anyone looking to buy a house in a safe neighborhood.


Privacy

For many people, having space of their own and privacy is a necessity. If you are one of those people, then gated communities are the perfect fit for you. Every house or villa has a wall separating one house from the other ensuring privacy in a gated community. Gated communities offer you the best of both world, while you enjoy your space and privacy, they also offer socialization opportunities which you don’t get while living in a standalone property.


Amenities

Gated communities offer various amenities to its residents. These amenities usually include club houses, swimming pools, children play area etc. Such amenities may or may not be available if you opt for an independent house outside of a gated community. Amenities like these not only help you any you family keep fit and busy, it also helps you connect with fellow community members and socialize.


Feeling of belonging

One of the most important aspects of living among people in a gated community is the sense of belonging you develop. When living in a gated community, you have a little world of your own. Living in one community helps you and your family bond with other members of the community. Apart from celebrating festivals and special occasions as a community, a lot of friendly activities, events and competitions are also organized at most gated communities.


Healthy and clean environment

Life in a gated community is a lot more peaceful and the surroundings are a cleaner in a gated community compared to when living in a standalone property. Gated communities have dedicated cleaning staff and regular checks to ensure a healthy and clean environment is maintained. As gated communities are enclosed communities, a lot of noise and pollution from outside is blocked out. Landscaped gardens which are well maintained just add to the beauty and serenity.

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Setting up a new home – A step by step guide.

Setting up a new home - A step by step guide.

You’ve finally found the perfect home, the house of your dreams and you can’t wait to move in. Even though you are super excited about moving, you are undoubtedly dreading moving all your belongings and setting up the house.

When you have boxes all over the house and everything you’ve ever owned packed in bags, it is difficult to understand where to start from. Worry not, we are here to help you make this experience as pleasant as possible.

You might be eager to set up your house and may want to start unpacking your boxes and bags as soon as possible but there are a few things you need to keep in mind before you start. If you are renting the place, do ensure that that you do one last check for any faults or damages. Check for marks on the walls, broken or damaged windows and doors etc and take pictures to make your landlord aware of the damages. This not only helps sort out these faults but it also stops you from forfeiting your deposits for damages not made by you. Also, while the previous owner or the landlord might have cleaned your house before your moving in date, it is always a good idea to deep clean your house before you unpack, just to ensure everything is spotless and clean. Last but not the least, plan how you want to use the space in your house. You must plan to maximise the floor space and keep the high traffic areas of the house in mind before you start setting up your home. When you’ve got a plan ready, it’s time to start unpacking those boxes!

The unpacking stage

While the thought of moving might be exciting, when it actually come down to it, the number of boxes in the room might just scare and demotivate you. Therefore, it is always a good idea to set up an environment that motivates you to get up and get on with things. You could start with opening up the windows, playing some music and lighting up some scented candles. It requires effort, but it is important for you to go through every bag and box and reorganise as you go along. It is important to keep in mind that you are getting to start from scratch all over again, make the most of this opportunity and organise your stuff exactly how you want it. While unpacking, throw out all the things you know you haven’t used in years and wouldn’t be using anytime soon. It is hard, considering we don’t do away a lot of things because of the sentimental value attached to them but clearing up the clutter before you set up your house will not only help save a lot of space but also help you in the long run.

The best way to unpack and set up your house is to go room by room. It is a good idea to start with your bedroom as you might want to take brakes and rest in between. You can then move to unpacking your toiletries. Once you’ve done this you can start with setting up your kitchen, so you can start cooking as soon as possible. Post that you can move to setting up the rest of the furniture and sorting out the living room.


Figuring out what you need

As you start unpacking your boxes and bags, you will start to realise that there are a lot of things that you require to make your new house the perfect home. Create a list and keep adding any items, be it furniture, electrical appliances, decorative bits and bobs or anything else that you think you need. Start by looking online. You can not only get great deals online, you might also find great seconds on platforms like Facebook. If you haven’t been successful online, once your list is ready, you can always take a trip to the market and pick up anything you need.


Utilities and other costs

It is important to research and compare prices from different wifi, landline and cable TV providers to get yourself the best deal possible. Finding the right provider can help you save a lot of money over time. If your new house has a balcony or a garden, you must also keep an extra budget for doing up these spaces. You might want to invest in some basic gardening tools to keep your garden or the plants in the balcony looking fresh. Also, last but definitely not the least, you must make sure that security in your new house is not compromised on. It is always a good idea to invest in good surveillance cameras, fire and burglar alarms.

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7 Reasons To Buy a Newly Built Home

Thinking of buying a house but confused about whether to go for a previously owned property or a brand new house? We’ve made things easier for you. We’ve listed down 6 reasons why you should pick buy a brand new property when looking to invest.

Customisation

When you buy a brand new house, you can decide exactly how you want the interiors of your house to look. You can decide if you want to construct a partition in a room, choose the fittings and tiles in your bathroom and model your kitchen according to your exact taste. This might not be possible if you buy a pre-owned house. While it is possible to make some changes even in a pre-owned house, your options are a much lesser when compared to a new house.


Energy-efficient appliances

Most newly constructed houses have rather energy-efficient mechanics which help reduce the electricity consumption as well as the electricity bill. Newly constructed houses often use green systems and more environment friendly alternatives that houses built a few years ago might not. While you can always retrofit a old or pre-owned home or buy new energy effective appliances, this could be a rather expensive affair and also damage the appearance of house, with wires and switches protruding from different nooks and corners.


Fewer repairs

If you are buying a new house, chances of you needing repairs anytime soon after buying the property is much lesser than when you buy a pre-owned property. While in a new house all the fixtures, woodwork and appliances are brand new, pre-owned houses usually have fittings that were installed at the time the house was being constructed and might need repairing by the time you move in.


Safety

In the past few years, a lot of safety norms have been put in place and authorities are making sure that construction companies are adhere to them. However, many old buildings were not constructed keeping these norms in mind. Most new buildings are equipped with the newest fire alarm systems, state-of-the-art security systems and many of them are disaster resistant. If safety is of utmost importance to you, going for a newly built house is definitely a better idea than buying a previously owned house constructed years ago.


Warranty

A lot of construction companies take care of any repair work that becomes necessary right after you occupy the property. So, if the roof of your new building starts leaking, more often than not, the construction company you purchased the property from will repair it for you. Also, many of the electrical fittings like your geysers and room heaters would be newly installed and would come with a minimum of one year warranty in most cases. However, this might not be the case if you are buying a pre-owned property, not only would the structure be too old to be under any kind of warranty, the electrical fittings and appliances used in the building would also not under warranty, unless installed recently.


Concessions

Chances of you being able to squeeze out a concession from a builder is much higher than when buying a house from someone. Individual sellers usually have an emotional attachment to their homes and this often leads them to believe that their house is worth more than what it actually is. Also, construction companies can still afford a sight loss on one of the many houses that they have constructed and put up for sale, however, that is not the case when it comes to an individual seller.


Financing

Most builders have tie ups with leading banks. These banks approve the project and are willing to give out loans to people who are purchasing a home in that project. However, the seller of a resale house might not be able to do that for their buyer.

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