Buying home

The COVID pandemic has brought about sweeping changes in our lives. ‘Work from Home’ is a phrase that has become familiar to all of us in the last two years and which will have far-reaching implications. Never before have we all spent so much of our time being at home, thus making us realize the importance of buying a home.

With restrictions on movement, work from home has become the new norm, it looks like this trend is here to stay. This has compelled us to view the space we live in differently. Cities across India, especially employment hubs like Pune are witnessing huge demand for homes. So, if you are looking to buy your own home, below are a few things you must look out for.

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Smart homes, Zero Space Wastage

Since work from home has become a reality, it’s imperative to look for houses that are well-planned and maximize space utilization. Tall windows that allow in ample fresh air and light, ample smart plug points compatible for all your gadgets, ensuring open space in a room, proper utility cum storage area, proper ventilation are amongst the few things that you must look for.

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Besides these, luxury homes that provide smart home features such as controlled access, remote access features, smart lights that adapt as per the time of the day, etc. are also good if budget is not a constraint.


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Well-Planned Project

Pick a project with a layout that leaves ample space between two buildings, wide internal roads, etc. Look for open spaces, provision for play areas, sit-out areas, walking tracks, landscaped gardens, clubhouse, gym, sports courts, etc. essentially amenities catering to all age groups.

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Community Living

When buying a home, it’s worth looking at projects that are built along the lines of an integrated township. These projects are well-planned and they will have provisions to take care of all your necessities. Typically, they will feature grocery stores, medical, ATMs, clinics, food joints, temples, and other such social infrastructure to meet your daily conveniences.

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Having everything that you need nearby to meet your basic requirement is advantageous. This also provides a safe place for your family with 24×7 security, controlled access, an emergency helpline, etc. Further, these townships will have aspects that cater to your overall wellbeing and hence you will enjoy a better quality of life.


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Natural/Scenic Views

Covid-19 has taken a toll on everyone’s mental health. Worry and stress levels have risen and many people are suffering from a condition known as ‘Pandemic Fatigue’. Psychologists feel that being closer to nature and greenery can bring them serenity and calmness. Whether affected by this issue or not, living close to nature is always good for us. Choosing a home with proper ventilation and open green space should be emphasized.

Locality

Look for a project with respect to educational institutes/ schools, social infrastructure, transport options, and lifestyle, etc.

Developer Reputation

Choose projects from reputable builders with well-organized structures and a track record of successful projects and timely deliveries.

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From luxurious to affordable, there is no dearth of flats in Pune. Although buying a home in the city center might be expensive, Pune suburbs offer you a host of options, Mohammadwadi is one of them. Neco Beaumont is one residential project that fulfills all the above criteria. Offering 1 & 2 BHK in Mohammadwadi, this project is strategically located at NIBM Annexe within PMC limits. The flats have been built such that every inch is optimally utilized. There are huge open spaces & world-class amenities for an ultimate living experience. Ensconced in a green setup, this project offers you calm and serene living, away from maddening city life.

Buying a home is a critical decision, spare time to go through the above-said pointers and make an informed choice.

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