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Before buying that dream flat
Waterfront apartments, houses and plots are a huge attraction. But buyers should try to ensure that they are on the right side of Coastal Regulation Zone stipulations when they purchase the property, writes K.S. SUDHI.
A little toil for fertile soil
Garden planning and preparation during summer will turn into a rewarding experience at the end of the rains and by winter, one might have the premises blooming with flowers.
For the conservation of the coastline
The coastal zones are classified into four, based on the nature of the areas, and imposed restrictions accordingly.
Social-economic impact of housing projects
During the war years of America, President Roosevelt said that a nation of homeowners is unconquerable. There is no better way of explaining the social benefit of homeownership. Benefits of residential real estate development (home building) ...
Soil – the skin of the earth
As we dig for underpasses, metros and basements for parking in our cities, let us spare a thought to the damage that is being caused by these actions to the most fundamental of natural resources our soils and water. It takes years for soil to be ...
A weed to be wary of
You can’t have missed seeing these weeds.
A pervasive and fast growing weed which tends to take over any untended soil space, Parthenium hysterophorus has actually been voted by scientists to be one of the ten worst weeds found in ...
Land prices soften in Kozhikode
As the prices may go down further in a few months, those buying land to build a house will benefit. But buyers should be wary of brokers who quote exorbitant rates.
Driveways - short is beautiful now
First impression does matter, even for homes. What better way of welcome than a good driveway! Long, horseshoe shaped driveways, with a porch and a garden or even fountain in front of the house are a characteristic feature in several old houses. ...
Commercial property activity likely to decline
Commercial property activity is likely to decline over the next six to nine months as economic growth slows, the National Association of Realtors said on Wednesday.
The NAR’s forecast is based on a 0.4 percent decline in its ...
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