Is your new house same as your dream house?

Is your new house same as your dream house?

In a world full of procrastination and delays, a little effort could go a long way in terms of saving your dream home. It has become a bad habit of letting things go and compromise when it comes to home building. Why does one let go of fancy bath areas? Why does one avoid conveying out of the box and creative installations to their constructing partners? Somewhere, along the path of home building, we have already given up on the expectations of receiving a dream home. We have already set our minds to receive the new place a few years after the promised possession date. We have already budgeted the extra interest we have to pay for our construction loans due to the delay in construction.

It has become very hard to trust builders because of the present conditions in which people get their houses. Those houses are generally badly constructed, have seeping walls, wardrobes falling apart and what not. One might decide to not compromise and end up doing so eventually.

 

There are broadly two reasons:

 

First, potential home makers do not trust their building partners due to the experience stories of delays, being cheated, etc. shared by their friends and family. Friends and family moulds perceptions about everything and hence it becomes extremely difficult for them to depend on unprofessional builders and contractors.

Second, they also compromise on budgets because their builders and partners escalate total cost as and when the house begins to get constructed.Eventually homeowners are never economically prepared for the extravagant bills they receive post handover.

Before beginning such a nerve wracking journey there are a few things to remember, these will help the process result in a home that fits your needs and adhere to the time within which possession is carried through. viz:

 

  1. One must get the basics of the home making in the 21st century to avoid the hassles and being cheated ( Get some  help  here and here)
  2. One must equip themselves with information about the available market opportunities to build a new house. They must choose between the kind of construction collaborations possible. For instance, contractors, professional builders, individual consultants, etc. One must research on the organisations that are doing well and are having great customer testimonials. They must interact will all options available in the market and finally choose the ones they feel are reliable.
  3. One must spot the right kind of partner, preferably more acquainted to delivering than margin making robots. There are too many scheming construction helpers available in the market, so in an expert’s opinion one should process all legal agreements before transactions and check  all certifications that their official home making partners have. Their work should be backed by standardized by laws. Hence, it is more advantageous to work with professional organisations who have everything streamlined with all necessary approvals.
  4. Familiarize one selves with the by-laws followed in plot construction work so that once the home is completed or ready to be inhabited, any sort of violation does not lead to breaking the house walls all over. ( Read more on the bylaws  here)

Once these points are looked into every potential home builder can gear up and would never have to let go of  their expectations from their home. If there are any queries related to home building, our experts are available to talk or you can leave them in the comments below.

Happy home building.

 

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