At Bharuch Property a division of Radhe-Kisan Real Estate Consultants, being qualified professionals having 20 years of professional experience, we pride ourselves on the quality of service and properties we offer.
The company is providing real estate services in and around Bharuch, Ankleshwar, Dhej, Jhagadia, and other cities of District of Bharuch. It aims at providing its clients with a selection of properties to the best of their satisfaction and at par with the best in the world.
Bharuch Property is the only investment consultant in Bharuch offer one- stop solution for investments in all kinds of properties viz. Residential, Commercial, Industrial and commercial properties.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller, Bharuch Property can open up many of choice in terms of location, price and property. we can offer you an extensive range of options and market your property to a global audience through our networking.
Our sales teams have a unique combination of expert local knowledge and proven sales techniques. We believe in gaining your trust, exceeding your expectations and making selling and buying experience as easy as possible.
We have excellent backing of all kinds of resources for successfully meeting the requirements of the clients. We have a regularly up dated database of all commercial and residential properties.
BharuchProperties.com is a reputed name in the domain of Real Estate Consultancy. We have been offering all inclusive services of real estate to the clients in the best of their satisfaction. We assist them in buying, selling and renting of all kinds of properties. We provide economically viable consultancy for the transaction of residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties. We at our company understand that the transaction of property requires in depth knowledge of laws and regulations as well as complex documentation, and here comes our expertise. With our year of experience and deep knowledge of the field, we assist the clients in the search of property according to their requirements. We shoulder responsibility head- to- tail solutions like negotiating with the owner, compiling the agreements and the final transaction. Moreover, our services also include property valuation, civil contract, property management, and property legal advisory.
Real estate is a business, not a profession. Real estate is sometimes inaccurately spoken of as a profession, but it is essentially a business. A profession applies science, art or learning to the use of others, the profit to the professor or person applying it being incidental; whereas a business is engaged in primarily for profit, and the profit is to the one engaging in the business.
A profession implies professed attainment in special knowledge. A person may engage in business with or without special knowledge and no one else is concerned with the question whether he has any knowledge of the business, because no one else is affected by the result. If he is successful the rewards are his; if he fails he bears the loss. But let him attempt to practice a profession and, if he be unskillful, others are directly affected, and the fact that his reward is diminished thereby is merely incidental to the fact that others suffer.
Ethics of the business.—But whether real estate be a business or a profession has no connection at all with the body of ethics governing it.
Every business can be conducted upon a plane ethically as high as the ideals of any profession, and the men who have been conspicuously successful in the real estate business have attained success because they have applied to their business the highest ideals of commercial fair dealing. This does not mean that there is any ethical requirement for the seller or the purchaser to give away anything which belongs to him, or for either one to disclose to the other his necessity for selling or his requirements for buying; but the bargain having been made, it is absolutely necessary that it be lived up to by both parties, according to its intent; and, if there be any doubt of the intent of the bargain as it is expressed in writing, that the spirit of the transaction be carried out rather than that the catch words of a written instrument should govern. Cases are frequent of men who to their own detriment perform the thing which they have promised to do although not legally obligated, and the bigger and more successful the man who makes the promise the more surely will it be carried out. Important obligations are often incurred upon the mere promise of a well-known man to sell an important piece of property at a definite price, although no legal and enforcible obligation exist ; and the promise is always redeemed if it is made by a man who knows the business, and it is redeemed not merely from altruistic motives, but also for purely business reasons.
Divisions of the business—The principal divisions of the real estate business are investment, operation and agency. These differ from one another according to the aims of the persons engaging in them and the methods by which those persons expect to make their gains. To conduct either of the first two divisions of the business, investment or operation, actual money capital is required. The most important capital in the agency business is the good will of its customers, and that can be husbanded, increased and made very valuable.
Investment is the employment of capital in the acquisition of real estate or interests therein for permanent ownership or actual use of the person acquiring it.
Operation is the employment of capital in the acquisition or improvement of real estate or interests therein for commercial operations.Agency is dealing in or with real estate on behalf of others.
Investment in real estate is generally made for either of two purposes :
Operation.—Real estate operation may be carried on
Permanent loans are moneys lent upon mortgages at current rates of interest, the security being deemed by the lender sufficient to afford an ample margin between the amount of the loan and the actual value of the property, the sum being loaned usually for a definite time.
Building and temporary loans are moneys lent for investment in property, to aid either in putting structures upon it, repairing structures or in the development of wild tracts, the intention being that the money be repaid when the development or reconstruction is finished. Because of the greater risks in the operation and the greater necessity for supervision by the lender, there is compensation in an increased rate of interest over and above the fair value of the loan of the money. For that reason it is to the interest of the borrower that the loan be made permanent and not temporary as soon as may be.
Agency.—Agency is that branch of the real estate business which engages the attention of the greatest number of persons who are concerned with the business, and in that respect it is of prime importance. It is divided into two parts, brokerage and management.
A broker is a person who for compensation, usually proportioned to the value of the subject-matter, brings about transactions between principals.
Brokerage has two divisions according to the kinds of business which usually engage the attention of the broker.
The sales broker is a broker who devotes his time and attention to the bringing about of the sale or exchange of real property.
A loan broker is one who gives his attention to the obtaining of loans upon the security of real property.
One man may practice both branches of the business, or a specialist may devote himself to either of these branches.
Management, the second branch of agency, is the operation of deriving income and caring physically for real estate structures. It concerns itself not only with the deriving of income, but with the keeping down of expenses and the care in making expenditures. It is popularly known as "Agency."
Real estate, property and real property defined—Real estate is a form of property. Property is the right to possess and use. Real property, a technical legal word, is the right to possess and use land for a time which may last for a life or lives or longer. All other property is, in the eyes of the law, personal property. A lease for 999 years, which is not measured by any life, but which must expire at a definite time, is less in term of time, in the eyes of the law, than a conveyance of a piece of land, the duration of which is measured by a life or by several lives.
When we speak of real property we use the words in their technical legal sense. When we speak of real estate as a commodity and as a business, it embraces the various parts of the business which engage the attention of those who follow it as a vocation, and includes interests which in the eye of the law are not real property, as for example, leases, mortgages, etc.
Every business has in view finally, commercial transactions resulting in the transfer of property of some kind; so in our study of the real estate business we have in mind the transfer of title to real property, and among the various subjects we shall consider, are the interests which there may be in land, limitations on ownership, the making of a contract, the conveyances used, the liens which may affect a piece of property—all of which have an important relation to a final commercial transaction, the transfer of title to real property.
The methods of dealing in real estate and the laws governing it are not arbitrary and were not made for the mystification of others or for the purpose of multiplying legal fees. All systems of law are expressions of two things, the historic customs of the people whom they affect, and the modification of those customs, as changes made those modifications advisable
There is so much talk and speculation these days about purchasing a home. It made me pose the question: Why is home ownership so important to the average US citizen? Well, I think it is an instinctive goal for individuals and families to have a space to call their own…and owning that space remains “the American dream.” Certainly the current and future value of the investment in a home is important and is a major consideration, as is the financial ability to afford a home. Culturally we value the nurturing atmosphere of our own home and that “emotional value” of a home may very well outweigh the current “economic value” of a home. The issue at the heart of the discussion right now : whether or not it is a good time to buy a home may be a little irrelevant as home ownership imbues a sense of belonging, community, stability and success…all attributes of importance to folks in the US. I have owned my own home since I was 25 and I would not hesitate to buy today for all the reasons I have discussed. Buying a home has more to do with emotional need and security than it does with the perceived current or future value of the house. At least that is the way I see it…and current interest rates are making it very attractive for folks to invest in a home for all that “emotional value.”
Selling a home is a difficult experience, especially when you’ve lived in it for a while and have gained an emotional attachment. It is very important that you look at the real estate transaction objectively, and don’t take offense at potential buyers thoughts and opinions. Have a real estate agent is one of the best things you can do to remove the emotional attachment, but even with an agent, it is important that you realize the realities of the real estate market that we are in.
If you are planning to sell your home, it might be a wise decision to make a small investment in a professional appraisal. Unless you study real estate values on a day to day basis, like a professional appraiser does, it's difficult for you to get a handle on real estate values. We are not talking about how much you have invested in your home, how much you paid for it, or how much you want for it. We are talking about the true market value of your home, which could really pay off for you in the long run!
More and more homeowners today are choosing to sell their homes FSBO (For Sale By Owner) and foregoing the help of a real estate agent. Selling your home by this method can end up saving you a potential “hefty” commission (industry average is 2-4% of the home’s selling price). Plus many FSBO sellers feel that they have more control in the process of selling their home since they’re in essence making all the rules. But selling your home on your own will require a significant amount of "homework" if you're going to do it right. One piece of advice that is consistently given by the experts in selling your home FSBO....Do NOT "Overprice" Your Home! It's very hard to be objective about your own home because of your emotional attachment to it. A professional appraiser is objective and will tell you what you need to know, not just what you want to hear.
If you’re working with real estate agent to list your property, more than likely they’ll provide you with a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) that lists selected sales in your area as one of the first steps in determining what to set as the “Listing Price". This step is vital if you're going to maximize your profit and minimize the home’s time on the market.
But even if you're working with the most experienced real estate agent, it's probably in your best interest to have an "objective" third-party's opinion of value prior to signing a Listing Agreement. And that’s where we come in. We can provide you with a pre-listing appraisal so both you and your agent have an accurate description of your home's features and a detailed analysis of the most recent and similar "comparable sales" or as they're commonly called, "Comps". In addition to helping you set a realistic selling price so your home will attract buyers, a professional appraisal can:
Many people are surprised when they find out that the market value of their home is much more than they thought, so investing in a professional appraisal actually allowed these people to receive several thousand more dollars than they thought they would when their home was sold. Others have an inflated opinion of their home's value and an appraisal helped them to realistically price their home in order for it to sell. An overpriced home will not attract buyers, which means no offers and no closing and that you have wasted valuable time, money, and efforts.
Maybe you feel like you don't need an "appraisal or consultancy" but you'd still like some help gathering local property and sales data. Our reports help you to make an informed buying decision. We understand the complexities of buying a home and know what you are going through and will do our best to make it easier for you by giving you a high quality, professional appraisal that you can depend on!When you hire us for consultancy, you can expect