4200 sq ft office space on Ganesh Chandra Avenue

21 03 2017
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1500 sq ft ground floor office space at Chakraberia

21 03 2017

For rent:

1500 sq ft, ground floor, 3 rooms, 1 hall, 1 pantry, 2 toilets, unfurnished, available on rent.





650 sq ft furnished residential apartment – Kamalgazi

21 03 2017

Fully furnished apartment with 1 parking in a complex at Sonarpur is on sale.

 





1600 sq ft furnished office at Minto Park

21 03 2017

For rent:

1600 sq ft Commercial office space, furnished, 2 Rooms, 1 big hall, 2 toilets, 1 store, 1 pantry, big reception area, 1 covered parking, roadside on first floor.





Rajya Sabha passes Real Estate Regulator Bill

10 03 2016

The Upper House or the Rajya Sabha has finally passed the Real Estate Regulator (Regulation and Development) Bill, 10 years after it was tabled in the Parliament.
The Bill has been drafted to protect the interest of consumers and proposes several measures for the same.
1. Home buyers will finally get what they are paying for — which essentially means builders will now have to quote prices based on carpet area and not super built-up.
2. Additionally, builders will also have to pay penalties if the project deviates 10 percent from the plan. The Bill will also prevent builders from changing the layouts — building plans cannot be changed (now) without consent from 66 percent of buyers.
3. In the case of defaults or delays, the same rate of interest will be levied for promoters as well as buyers.
4. The Bill also seeks to establish fast track dispute resolution mechanism.





Beginers Guide: Real Estate Professionals

29 12 2015

Being on top of the game in Real Estate industry has become vital for agents and brokers. They have to continually learn new concepts and also brush on the old ones. Below we bring you a list of things that you should already know or learn more about them to excel in the Real Estate industry in India.

Basics: Concepts & various issues namely ethics and professional code of conduct. Responsibilities of a broker while buying/selling/leasing/renting process. Real estate contracts (Provisions), such as lease agreement, agreement to sell, transactions relating to NRIs, and title search of the property. Documentation required in transactions of sale/purchase/lease. Basic understanding of the revenue records maintained by Municipal Corporation.

Real Estate Financing: Procuring and closing a loan, mortgages, foreclosure laws (NHB Act, etc.), lending practices, and procedures and documentation as required by financial institutions and banks.

Real Estate Appraisal: Theoretical concepts, principles and criteria for valuation of property, and analyzing market behavioral trends in real estate.

Planning, Zoning and Development: General understanding in planning, zoning, sub-division of land. Relevant provisions and rules for sub-division. Planning standards and norms as applicable to the Housing and Construction industry. Basic understanding of standard construction practices inclusive of efficient planning, suitable building materials and sound construction. Additional knowledge of current and ongoing building materials/technologies.

Legal Framework (including various acts and procedures): Apartment Ownership Act, Indian Registration Act, 1908, Stamp Act, Co-operative Societies Act, Rent Control Act, Wealth Tax Act, The Punjab Schedule Roads and Controlled Areas Restriction of Unregulated Development Act, Consumer Protection Act, 1986, Law of Contract, Municipal Laws, Law of Agency, Relevant sections related properties-income tax act & FEMA, RBI guidelines for property investment.

Escrows: The escrow concept and how it is used while conducting transactions in real estate sector.

Others: Vaastu Shastra approach in design of buildings, and seismic effects and protection in building construction.

Ref: BroEx





How to Fix “USB Device Not Recognized” in Windows

16 09 2015

Well, apparently it’s a super simple solution! No need to edit the registry, uninstall drivers, or anything of that sort.

Simply UNPLUG YOUR COMPUTER FROM THE POWER SUPPLY. Yes that’s it! Note that this does not mean just turning off your computer because modern computers don’t really turn off when you press the power button as the motherboard still gets power.

First to explain, the motherboard is where all of hardware of the computer is connected to, including the USB ports. Sometimes the motherboard needs to be “rebooted” also because something can go wrong, i.e. all your USB ports suddenly stop working. The small microprocessor on the motherboard will reload the drivers and your USB ports should be back to recognizing all devices!

So first turn off your computer using Shut Down or pressing the power button and then UNPLUG it from the wall outlet. Let it sit for about a minute and then plug it back in.

Hope this helps someone fix that pesky “USB device not recognized” Windows error!