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By KP | Published on 10/02/2014
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As an Indian citizen, it’s probably frustrating to have to go through the hassle of getting a visa to visit almost every country you want to visit. One of the advantages of a foreign passport or an EU residency permit is that it can mean that you no longer require a visa to visit that country and countries that don’t require passports/residency permits for residents of those countries.  So whether you’re looking to diversify geographically, for investment purposes or for tax reasons, a lot of countries all over the world are offering residence permits with a route to citizenship to help boost the housing demand in their country.

By SC | Published on 09/02/2014
Teapot House

Check out the pictures of seven most unusual houses from around the world.

By SC | Published on 07/02/2014
Ohm Residential Tower - Structure

Bandra Ohm Residential Tower is an amazing feat of architecture currently under construction in Bandra, Mumbai. It is designed by a Hong Kong based architecture firm,James Law Cybertecture. Inspired by the Greek symbol Ohm the structure of the build resembles a ripple effect.

Some of the lavish facilities include an egg-shaped clubhouse in the centre of the building and a glass walled swimming pool on the balconies.

Click of the title to see more pictures of the incredible development.

By KP | Published on 29/01/2014
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The answer to this question will vary upon the type of person you are and the lifestyle you hope to live. As a rule, the more you spend on rent, the less money you have to spend on eating out, going on holidays, or saving towards your retirement. This article looks at rent affordability from the point of view of a single male or female and not from the point of view of a family. However, the same principles would apply regardless.

By KP | Published on 29/01/2014
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So you’re leaving the city to take up a new job elsewhere, or are looking to upgrade from your existing apartment, or are simply looking to move into something different. No matter the reason, there are certain steps you need to go through before moving out of your rental accommodation and sticking to these steps will ensure that you get back your deposit on time, with minimal hassles, and ideally with no deductions.

By KP | Published on 29/01/2014
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When it comes to legal requirements, it’s always best to consult a real-estate lawyer to ensure that the rules you are complying with are up to date. However, I have put together a brief summary for prospective tenants to help them get a basic level of awareness of what the legal aspects of the rental process actually involves.

By KP | Published on 22/01/2014
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As a tenant, you have certain rights but also certain responsibilities towards the landlord and his property. It’s best to read your property lease carefully to ensure there is no misunderstanding. I’ve put together a list of items that is usually expected of the tenant. These responsibilities are highlighted below –

By KP | Published on 22/01/2014
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When it comes to legal requirements, it’s always best to consult a real-estate lawyer to ensure that the rules you are complying with are up to date. I have put together a list of documents required to buy a property. However, please note that this list is merely to give prospective buyers a basic level of awareness of what the process involves.

By KP | Published on 22/01/2014
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At NoPlaceLikeHome, we aim to provide considerable value to prospective buyers by simplifying property transactions, making the entire process more efficient, convenient, cheaper, and transparent. We individually verify every property we list on our site by having a member of our staff visit and take pictures of the property. Our map search as well as property page gives the exact location of the property on the map so that people know exactly where a particular property is located.

By KP | Published on 22/01/2014
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At NoPlacelikeHome, we aim to provide an alternative to the existing system by giving landlords the opportunity to bypass the broker by listing their property for free on our website. For rental properties, we are an end-to-end service provider for both the landlord AND the tenant. This means that we provide the landlord and tenant free legal services through our legal partners for all properties that are rented though our website. However, stamp duty and registration costs do apply.

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