In its endeavour to enhance property buying experience of novice home buyers and to offer a one stop solution for all their property-related queries CommonFloor.com has launched a video series titled ‘Home Buying Tutorials'. This video series has been essentially created to demystify the home buying exercise and provide them with practical and simple advice on a host of issues encountered during the property purchase cycle.
“We understand that home buying is one of the biggest emotional and financial decisions of one’s life. So it’s imperative to make sure it is done wisely as there are so many things to take into account when you buy a home. In today’s digital era, where most buyers turn to the web for guidance we realized that infotainment is way forward for wider outreach. This observation drove us to develop this video series related to the entire home-buying process and thereafter to be a responsible home owner,” said Vikas Malpani, Co-Founder, CommonFloor and Head of CommonFloor Groups.
The video content has been curated in-house after an in-depth analysis and research coupled with factual and detailed information provided by multiple experts of the varied topics. For instance, in “20 Must-have Legal Documents in Property Buying” besides secondary data, a legal expert verified the detailed list of documents that buyers need at different stages of property buying.
The launch of these videos comes at a time when several youngsters are eager to enter the property cycle but are often perplexed about the myriad terms and issues governing it. Whether it is commonly-used jargons like ‘super-built-up area,’ ‘carpet area’ etc. or in-depth knowledge on terms like Khata or TDS, it can surely get confusing. Moreover, several questions loom over the prospective buyer’s mind right from the start of the property buying process to the end of it. “Where and what to buy,” “how to select a good builder,” “what are the overall costs in property buying,” “what are the must-have legal documents,” “how to pay TDS,” “where to pay property tax,” and so on. Thus, the videos will try to answer all such queries in the most simple and easy way to consume.