Investor Tool #1: The magic of Golden number ’72’ in Real Estate (years of return or annualized rate of return)

We are starting a new series for our beloved Investors by sharing some interesting tools Investors have known to use to calculate the How would you decide in elevator pitches

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Are you doing Agreement Value Below Ready Reckoner ? Be ready for Capital Gains Tax Notice This blog post* is not at all prescriptive, instead it brings light to scenarios

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Real Estate Market continues to treat the customer as King by launching various new products in different categories. Some realty analysts have falsely claimed and continue to hang on the

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Mumbai is a concrete jungle and with its ever growing population, the only option is to grow vertical. With rise in the towers with multiple wings and floors in a

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Smart Homes Needn’t Be Too Costly & They’re Not!

Imagine this: Your daughter reaches home from school at 3.30 pm daily. She should be watching television for an hour, after which she must start her homework. To deter her

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GST will increase taxes on under-construction properties – but wait – that’s a good news!

Since the passage of the GST Bill, there have discussions about it’s impact on the real estate market. At BWA we’ve been closely folowing this subject and in this article we try

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Buyers Could Be Unknowingly Increasing Property Prices!

Over the past couple of years Realty prices in Mumbai have been at an all time high reaching unrealistic and unheard of levels. One frequently comes across news articles about

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Meet Rahul And His 0% Home Loan

Meet Rahul Sharma from Mumbai! We all have availed for a housing loan at some point or the other. In fact, with today’s real estate prices in Metros, for most

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IMPORTANT: New Income Tax Law For Tenants! TDS To Be Deducted On Rents!

In order to widen the scope of TDS, the government has proposed to insert a new section of 194-IB in the I-T Act to provide that an individual or a

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Buying Your First Home? Government Extends Rs 2.40L Subsidy To The Middle Class!

If you earn up to Rs 18 lakh per annum, buying your first house will cost about Rs 2.4 lakh less as the government will subsidize a part of your home loan

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