With the advent of technology, it’s easier and fun for a prospecting buyer looking to invest in a property. Many real estate portals give a virtual tour of the property which are accurate to an extent.

Deciding to sign on the dotted line after a visit to the construction site is advisable because:

  • Most of the virtual tours of the property are wonderful, but all of them won’t show the landscape promised by the builder. Only a site visit can give you an idea of the surroundings.

  • To see the quality of electrical equipment and kind of fittings that go into the building.

  • Transportation is a major factor in commercial property or residential property. Site visit can give you an idea of road connectivity and the modes of transportation available.

  • To know the extent of development in the area and any new or existing projects in the area.

  • Check out the amenities provided by the builder and the maintenance charges you incur.

Once you've visited the site and are satisfied with the project, we set up a face to face with the Construction company’s Sales Team. This is an important step of the purchase cycle too. Face to Face would give you a chance to

  • Verify the title deed of the property you are investing in.

  • Approval such as construction approval, fire safety, and security certificates can be checked.

  • Often construction companies tie up with the banks to provide loans to the customer. You can check if your desired bank is available.