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  • ninikins
    started a topic Flat or House?

    Flat or House?

    Which are you looking for?

  • cashforhomesarizona12
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    Any information or news needed related to buying homes?

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  • bhanupriyababu
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    Decided to go with this apartment from a builder based in Kochi, Kerala. They seem to have implemented a lot of modern amenities without much extra cost.
    As builders and designers of contemporary homes, ClaySys Lifestyle construction service focuses on bringing modern comfort and lifestyle amenities to homes in Kochi. We're based in Kakkanad, Ernakulam.

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  • bhanupriyababu
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    Definitely a flat. In fact, I think I have almost finalized the flat that I want. I can share more details if you'd like.

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  • ritabos
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    If you're looking for a flat or house. Then check out new construction projects of builders and developers in Amravati.
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  • ZacharyByrd
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    I would prefer buying a flat.

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  • Robert
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    Am gonna talk about Pune, since am a resident of Pune. Considering the city, while regarded as the safest cites among other cites, is perfectly suitable for buying a residential apartments in Pune.

    Buying a piece of land in Pune in the major main locality would cost huge. I have a flat in wagholi which costed me around 28 Lac for 1 BHK, but if your are planning to buy land and build house it will cost three to times the flat.

    On the other hand, apartments in Pune come with major flexibility. There are wide range of options available to the people in varied price ranges.

    I would conclude that if at all you are planning to invest a huge amount, then buying a house would be suitable. Otherwise opt for apartments in Pune.
    1, 2, and 3 BHK apartments in Pune. Find out about our residential flats in Pune located in Wagholi at Rohan Abhilasha with low EMIs. Schedule a site visit today

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  • sweet_mayhem
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    Originally posted by destiny_star2006 View Post
    It would have to be a house for me aswell, as I have a child and Im hoping on expanding my family!
    Although a flat would be nice as theres less to clean hehe!
    lol. you're right about that, destiny star. that's one of the advantages of living in a flat.

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  • destiny_star2006
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    It would have to be a house for me aswell, as I have a child and Im hoping on expanding my family!
    Although a flat would be nice as theres less to clean hehe!

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  • sweet_mayhem
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    i definitely go with having a house, but that's my long-term goal. i guess it's alright if i set myself on having my own flat first while i wait for the completion of my house. i definitely love having my own garden, backyard and lots of windows in my home. i even dream of having my own lanai so that one of my living rooms opens up to the outdoors.

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  • palefrost
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    Just bought my first home here in the States! Nothing like owning a back yard and a individual house. I look at it as a nice investment.

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  • brian
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    My girlfriend used to live in a big block of flats in Salford when she was a student - and although there was security at the front entrance, she never had any confidence in them. Post went missing, and there were no cameras in the lifts. Plus if a car was broken into in the flats car park, the security would apparently do nothing about it. So an area to be careful of and not take for granted.

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  • ninikins
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    I'd also want a flat with a good lift if I was ona higher floor. A good maintainance is important also. I don't mind paying for that.

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  • vicki2
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    Same here, Ninikins ...a garden is a must for me. Not only is gardening a part of my life, so are dogs so the bigger the garden the better. I lived in flats for a long time when I was working at a corporate job, and while I loved some of the places I lived, a house and space was the ultimate goal. I'm not going back!

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  • ninikins
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    My only real issue with flats is the lack of garden. Balconies really don't cut it otherwise I'd probably choose a flat over a house.

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