5 THINGS TO REMEMBER WHILE CHOOSING YOUR FLAT
After zeroing on an apartment or a township, it is now time to choose your home in the flat. Most townships today have more than five blocks, each having about 50 houses. Although the designs of the house might all be the same, it is wise to consider certain factors before going ahead with the booking.
Here are a few tips that will help you choose the right house:
If you are someone who believes in Vaasthu, ensure that the directions of each of your room, particularly kitchen are Vaasthu compliant . Use a compass in order to determine the exact directions and consult your regular advisor for the same.
Most of us have a natural affinity towards high rise buildings and penthouses and tend to choose flats on the top floors. Think practically. If you have kids or aged people along, try to keep it easy for them. Choose something on the second or third floor. Do not always opt for the ground floor, as you are most likely to be disturbed by the noise from visitors and lifts.
If you have a basement parking facility, nothing like it. But if the building has a common park area, choose a house closer to it. Remember, further you stay from the gate, longer you will take to even step out to a nearby shop. Choose wisely.
We all need something serene to look out from the balcony. Choose a flat that offers a nice view of the landscape or the lakes. Avoid choosing flats with balcony overlooking your neighbor’s home. Privacy is an priority after all.
Natural lighting is extremely useful for keeping your home bright and positive. Ensure large windows are present throughout the house to allow enough light to enter your home. This will also help in reducing the consumption of electricity.