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Mysuru as an investment destination

Wondering why you should consider investing in Namma Mysuru?

here are a few pointers that will help you decide in the affirmative :

  • Mysuru the second largest exporter of software services is among the cleanest and well planned cities in India. With the opening of the Mysuru airport, the increase in the number of trains to and from Mysuru, the proposed Goods line & station at Bilikere and the widening of the NH 275 into a 10 lane highway, Mysuru is now more easily accessible than it was ever before. 
  • Mysuru as a tourist destination, as an investment hub, as a retirement paradise & as a cultural capital will grow leaps and bounds in the coming years.
  • Once the Green Field NH 275 and Mysore Madikeri Economic Corridor Expressway Project is completed, travel time from Bangalore to Mysore will come down considerably. Mysore is already a Smart City with well planned broad roads, adequate lung space and offers perfect Work – Life Balance
  • Tourism, Education, ITBT, Industry, Logistics, Lifestyle (malls, Golf Clubs, recreational clubs), Healthcare etc makes Mysore a preferred choice 
  • With excellent Air, Road & Rail connectivity, Mysuru is witnessing a Real Estate Revolution like never before and prices have been appreciating constantly year on year offering excellent ROI

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Financing your property buying simplified

Buying a property whether it is house or plots or land can be exciting and cause for celebration but also exhausting if you’re not prepared for it. Preparing your finances is a big part of buying properties. Here are few things you should consider before financing your property purchase.
First, Set up a budget based on your expenses such as buying habits, monthly bills and instalments, family commitments and other stuffs including medical and hospital requirements.
Second, Try to reduce your debts and increase your income. Sell things which you aren’t using or lying inactive. Clear unnecessary goods which are no longer in use. Pay more on credit card bills and other instalments if any to improve your credit scores. Good credit history improves your credibility. The last thing you want to find is that you’re not financially qualified to buy it. To guarantee you’re financially ready to buy your first home, you’ll need good credit, encash, and a verifiable income.

Third, Save money for down payment. Paying higher down payment while buying a property can get you better offer and lower interest rates on your bank loan.

Fourth, Check for Govt. Housing Schemes and subsidy or Grants if you are eligible for it. As eligible buyers can avail part of the total amount through this.
Keep your documents ready to verify your income and finances. Good Luck.