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What can you afford?
Decide on a budget and organize your finances before you consider looking for a home. There's no value in pursuing your dream home, which you simply cannot afford. Your Bank or the Finance Company would be interested in knowing how much can you afford when it comes to repayment of your loans etc. In any event, it is better to work out the sum you can afford and it is also advisable to stick within your limits.

What kind of a house will suit you is the next question. Are you looking for a compact house, a landed property or are you looking for an apartment? Will you be satisfied will a large home located little away from the city or are you satisfied with a compact unit situated in the midst of the city.

Evaluate your requirement
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