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How satisfied are you with the property you’ve bought? There are both satisfied and unsatisfied home owners at large. Sometimes a purchase is made without proper planning and thought – the result is regret.
If we poll any given group of unhappy property buyers, a remarkably consistent list of complaints emerges. After eliminating repetitions, it appears that buyers often wish they had known that:
You may discover that even though
your flat is adequate, it’s overpriced
in comparison to other flats
available in the neighbourhood.
On closer inspection you may find
that the floor is warped, the rooms
have uneven surfaces and figure
that the construction is of poor
After you have spent everything that
you have into buying a flat, you see
that the builder has a bad
Nobody told you that you will have
to contribute to the maintenance of
the swimming pool and clubhouse
and may such hidden costs.
Even if you don’t believe in it, you
will find out from friends and
acquaintances that your home is
not Vaastu complaint.
You may get to know that the project
is in legal trouble and may be forced
to vacate the property because the
whole project is eventually declared
Initially it did not seem like you
would have a problem with water,
but now you find out that the area
is short of water.
You find out that your home is
isolated from public transport and
nobody can visit your new home.
You discover that the apartment’s
lift does not have a generator back
up and is a death trap.
You discover that the house is
situated on the banks of a garbage
canal and there is a chronic fly-
infestation in your new home.
Too late, you notice that there are
no fire extinguishers to be seen
anywhere on the property and your
new home has an ongoing fire
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