|About the Book|
In rapidly urbanising Indian cities such as Bangalore, chasing a property to own or invest in without the right homework can result in far more stress than expected.This first-of-its-kind guidebook, launched in India for Bengaluru by CitizenMoreIn rapidly urbanising Indian cities such as Bangalore, chasing a property to own or invest in without the right homework can result in far more stress than expected.This first-of-its-kind guidebook, launched in India for Bengaluru by Citizen Matters, will prepare you better as you go into a property deal. The book is also a good reference for you. It will help reduce the unwanted stress which comes from not having this kind of information handy. It will ultimately help buyers, sellers, and investors make better decisions.The interconnection between politics and corruption is widespread throughout the world, as you know well. In India, land management is at the centre of much of the obscurity, inefficiency, and corruption that we see in government services and approvals to citizens and real estate developers alike. There are many cases of fraud which come to light from time to time.A range of documents is needed at various stages to proceed with a property deal. Regulations, rules,documents, and a maze of procedures can stump you or complicate matters if you are not well prepared. Many of us are unfamiliar with what is required until we actually face such a situation. We are also prone to commit mistakes if we do not ask the right questions at the right time.Having a lawyer does help, but the more aware we are as citizens and consumers, the better it is, given the lakhs and crores of rupees involved in buying, selling, or investing in property.Buying, Investing and Renting property in Bengaluru is the third Citizen Matters guidebook.