Flat vs. House: What to Buy in Jaipur?

 Flat vs. House

Many of the people I have met have a simple answer to this question: If you have or plan to have children, buy a house. If you live alone, consider having a flat. Problem solved. Let's all go home.

Not seriously! Move among the people, there is nothing to see here, the genius of the advice has already spoken!

Okay, jokes aside, it's never that simple.

Buying a flat is a tremendous investment to begin with, and in the very likely possibility that you don't plan on being single for the rest of your life, it's worthless as you will eventually have children.

Second, who says flat shoes are bad for kids? I grew up in a flat and loved it. Commuting to work is simpler than in areas with houses, the bond with neighborhood kids is tighter, and backyards are overrated anyway.

Here's the thing: choosing to own a flat or a house has nothing to do with children. Those little bastards will be happy anywhere as long as their parents are around.

This choice is completely about you, your dreams, goals, and desires.

Let's take a closer look at both options, and perhaps my thoughts will help you choose the most suitable one. I, for once, I hope so.

A Flat

First of all, what is a flat hub if not the custom for networking? No, I don't mean that there will be people coming and going as they please, but you will live in a building with other people above, below, to the left, and to the right of you.

You will have neighbors. Not the kind you see once a week or welcome to a barbecue every now and then, but the kind that shares the same awkward silence in the elevator with you on a daily basis.

Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Who knows…?

If you live in South Jaipur and blend in seamlessly with the IT crowd of the hipster-style community, living in a flat can even open up new career opportunities. You'll hit a "young and promising" startup CEO and founder if you spit without looking there, not to mention living on the same floor with one.

That pointed out that the anthouse-like structure of an apartment building may not be to everyone's delight.

Then there are also the rules. Ugh, don't you hate them?

        First, there is a lease agreement whereby 99.9% of the 2 BHK flatsin Jaipur or even 3 BHK flats are sold on a lease basis.

        There is also a need to pay rent for the land, as well as service charges.

        Finally, there are the rules dictated by the contract that you must sign before obtaining the lease. Pets, etc. may not be allowed.

On the bright side, you can afford not to care about a flat. Do you pay your bills and follow the rules? Good for you. Everything else is no longer your problem. If there is a leaking pipe somewhere on the roof that needs repair, contact your supervisor and let him do the work for you.

Then there is a price gain: flats are cheaper than independent houses.

Finally, you can customize your home with your lifestyle and not vice versa.

Now that it's settled, let's take a look at the other side of the coin.

A House

An independent house, on the other hand, is a fortress. It's yours and yours alone, which is a definite plus for many introverts.

A house is big; It is spacious and welcoming as you have more space to experiment with unique designs and combinations of furniture and decorations.

Having a pet is never a problem for the lucky homeowner. Plus, you'll have the vibe for a bigger dog like the German shepherd and the boys, oh boys, are those softer and more charming. I wish I could have one on my floor, but they're just isn't room. If you have a pet and still want to live in flats then you should go for 2 or 3 BHK flats in Jagatpura Jaipur by Somya Buildcon as they offer pet-friendly apartments.

On the downside, not only buying but also owning a home is more expensive than living in an apartment. Remember the example of the leaky roof? You are alone here, friend.

Many houses throughout Jaipur are old and in poor condition. You'll have to take care of the repairs on your own, and you can bet your last pair of pants that they'll drain your bank account faster than my well-for-nothing ex could.

You will also need to pay attention to the lease when considering a home. There are known instances where developers are selling leased properties that have inflation-linked land rents. It sounds too bad when you first consider an agreement, but you will end up paying thousands of pounds in the long run.

The worst part is not even the overspending, but the fact that a lease like that dramatically reduces the value of your home. You will lose money if you ever decide to sell the lease to someone else.

House vs. flat?

What do we have in the endgame? Two options with sets of pros and cons those are capable of completely changing the mind.

What will it be?

Kumari Ankita

This is Kumari Ankita, blogger, and writer at Tulipshree Infotech. I have done English honors from the University of Rajasthan. My expertise is in writing on various categories like technology, fashion, entertainment, travel, health, and education. I started my blogging journey 4 years back in 2016. And I Always try to discover new trends in the world and love to write blogs about them.

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