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When should I buy a property ?

If it is meant for end use then any time is the right time because considerations of gains or returns do not weigh with you.

If the property is for investment now and end use later (as might happen if you are an executive staying in company accommodation but due to retire after 5 years, or where your son’s likely to get married in the near future etc.) then choose the lean period to buy. Of course if the property takes your fancy go ahead and buy it even if the ROI is slightly less. But remember if your heart is set on a property and you want to seize the opportunity to buy it then your assets must be in a liquid or liquefiable state.

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When should I sell a property ?
If the sale is need based then any time is the right time, if not, sell when the market peaking.
Can the two processes be combined ?
Not really. Sell when the market is peaking, move to a rented accommodation and buy at leisure. Sounds odd to many, but our experience proves otherwise. Most people do the opposite. They shortlist the properties they want to buy, then put up their property for sale. But this involves waiting, and consequent loss of opportunity to buy at-least a few of the shortlisted properties. Sometimes the seller is forced to sell for a less-than expected price, or the buyer is forced to forgo the token amount paid. Both situations are regrettable.

If the sale is carried out first then the interest on the sale proceeds usually takes care of the rent paid for a temporary accommodation.

Risk is involved, of course. If you sell your property, believing that the market has peaked, but it continues to rise, then you lose. On the other hand if you sell when the market has peaked and buy when it has plummeted, you gain.

How to determine whether the market will go up or down ?
No definite answer can be provided, but indications are given by the stock exchange and the bullion market. Share market and property market have been observed to move in tandem. Family and friends can be consulted, but again beware. Cases are known where well-meaning friends have made terrible suggestions.

Your own monetary position plays an important role. If you have lots of money you buy at will. But if do not have loads of it you tend to think that the market will come down now that it has gone up so much. But it doesn’t come down and you suffer.

If you can think objectively and not let your wishes influence your judgments, you can still arrive at a good decision.

What factors affects the price / the salability of a property ?
Following are a few factors

 

For residential properties:
  Areas in carpets / built-up
  Floor
  Views
  Ventilation
  Brightness
  Age of the building
  Quality of the construction
  Quality of maintenance
  Children’s Play Area
  Amenities. Greater the amenities better the value
  Parking whether bought or just earmarked.
    Whether open or under the stilts or podium etc.
  Proximity to school, market, bus stops, stations,
    grocery & general stores etc.
  Quality of the neighborhood
    For commercial properties:
      Areas in carpets / built-up
      Floor
      Views
      Ventilation
      Brightness
      Age of the building
      Quality of the construction
      Quality of maintenance
      Self-contained or not
      Amenities like common areas to lounge     about etc.
      Parking whether bought or just earmarked.
        Whether open or under the stilts or podium     etc.
      Proximity to bus stops and stations, eating       houses and hotels etc.