When choosing the location of your flat, you must consider these questions: Is there a “daily market” from which you can buy fruits and vegetables near-by? Is there a doctor’s clinic or hospital nearby? If you and your family relies on public transport, is there a bus stop, railway station etc. close-by? If you have small children, is there a playground, park, garden etc. close-by? What about post offices, banks etc.? Does the area have proper drainage, sewage and water supply? Is there a regular system for garbage disposal in your area? What about schools, collages, offices? How far are they from the location? What will the daily transport cost be? What is the pollution and noise situation in the area? How is the neighborhood? Is it a safe place to raise children?
A. Suits your life style.
What is the age of the people who will be living in the flat? If they are old, choose a flat on the ground floor . Does the lift service have a generator backup? If you choose a flat on the first or ground floor, you must consider the possibility of floods affecting the area! How are the flats in the society arranged? Is there privacy or can everyone see into your house? How are the windows of the flat arranged? Does enough sunlight come into the house? What are the amenities the society is providing? Ideally, there should be at least one common toilet so that the visitors do not have to enter your bedroom to use your bathroom.
B. Check up on the quality of construction in a particular project. Let the following points guide you:
You need to check up on the reputation of the “promoter”, “contractor” and “architect” of the construction. One of the most important criteria is the cement being used in the construction.