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BUYING A LAND

Get your finances organized before you start looking for a Land. Then, depending on your affordability, decide upon the type of environment and the location that would suit you.

But, that is not all you have to think about. Your land has to be easily accessible at the first place. Think about the location and the roads that lead to your land. Is your land provided with public amenities? Is the neighborhood favorable for you? What about the soil condition?

There are many factors that you have to check before you decide on a land. We have listed some valuable points to facilitate you in taking a decision about the location of your new home.

Price
Zoning and Restriction
Selection of Your Land
Accessibility
Soil Condition
Water Table
Existing Waste Water System
Neighborhood
Topography
Encumbrances


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