Land for sale: many valid reasons to buy
Buying land means securing the ownership of a plot of land on which to build or to allocate to agricultural activity. To guide the choice is the purpose for which you want to buy: those who want to build a house will focus attention on the residential areas provided by urban planning tools.
Instead, those who need to build commercial buildings will turn their gaze to the outlying areas of the town. Direct farmers and those interested in starting or upgrading an agricultural business have a particular interest in buying agricultural land as they benefit from favorable tax treatment, not to mention that they also purchase land located in mountain areas it is facilitated. The purchase of godown for sale in Delhi can, nowadays, realize a convenient real estate investment opportunity that is not susceptible to negative fluctuations in the value of the fixed assets, provided that one has the foresight to verify if the land :
- It is located in a strategic area from the traffic point of view
- It is located in an area with urbanization services present
- It is placed outside any band of respect.
Sale of building land: things to know before buying
The apartments for sale in Gurgaon is considered buildable when it is defined as such by the general town planning instruments adopted by the Municipality. The building is closely linked to urbanization and depends on multiple factors. First of all, each Municipality has an Intervention Plan that identifies urban areas, dictating the implementing regulations and every parameter that allows establishing how much and how it can be built.
It must also be considered that the building areas in the urban area are subject to building indexes which, starting from the useful surface of the lot, make it possible to determine the volume obtainable from the construction. And we cannot forget the current urban planning regulations that impose specific design and construction limits.
Agricultural land sale: factors to consider
The sale price of agricultural land is conditioned by a plurality of factors, which must necessarily be taken into consideration and weighted in the negotiation phase with the seller, as these are characteristics that influence the marketability of the lot, even in the case of subsequent disposal.
The extension is the first datum that catches the eye, but equally important are the type of cultivation practiced or practicable, proximity to a waterway or irrigation canals, the shape and height of the land. Not to be forgotten are, then, the convenience of access and the proximity of more or less busy roads, the presence of neighboring farmers or those entitled to agrarian pre-emption and the possible existence of third party rights or restrictions imposed by urban planning instruments.