Why to Invest in Delhi L Zone

The Delhi L zone is one of the dazzling creations with the surety of world class amenities and facilities. L – Zone not only transforms the dreams into reality and provides its clients with their luxurious dream abode but is also an awesome result of the land pooling policy of DDA.

The Dwarka smart city is predicted to be one of the most profitable real estate investment option decked up with all the latest technologies and facilities that too at a very affordable price. With the aim to provide a comfortable stay to all its customers, the smart city offers 24 hours power supply, 100% internet connectivity, 24 hours water supply and great transport connectivity. The location of Dwarka L zone is the Major USP that makes it a perfect investment option. The L zone smart cities are surrounded by NH-10/ Rohtak road and railway line in the North Dwarka Sub-city in the east. L – Zone Dwarka is strategic and well-connected location, Neighbouring Dwarka on one side and Gurgaon on the other, DDA l Zone Dwarka is a perfect housing location in Delhi. It is a comfortable location for office going people and will turn out to be a big time and travel saver. Moreover, the area has a very high-class security system and facilities which make the area all the posher and suitable for high-class dwellings. It is 0 Km from Gurgaon, 0 km from upcoming diplomatic Enclave – II, 2 min from Gurgaon Dwarka Expressway.

The Revanta smart city project is not only suitable for road traveling but it is well connected to the Delhi metro. With Dwarka sector 21 as it nearest metro station, it is very easy to reach.  With its boundaries lying in Gurgaon, the L zone Dwarka is also close to Indira Gandhi International Airport and new AIIMS 2 which makes it the center of attraction for the foreign visitors, doctors, and tourists. This strategic location is not the perfect location for housing but is becoming the major attraction for the big investors due to its USP`s and the effective land pooling policy adopted by the government for development in this area.

The Delhi L zone development project will offer a great boon the city 1st economy and is predicted to be the most substantial development plan ever witnessed by the residents of the country. Under this plan the capital city soon to be known as the smart city, will undergo a mammoth change and in this process will create huge business and investment opportunities With humongous capital investments and fervent strategies, L zone project is a miraculous fetus born out with the amalgamation of fertile ideas of citizens, strategists and corporations, which has join hands to build Delhi smart city. A smart city is an approach to providing world`s best amenities on a click. The L zone project is not only a promise for a king size life but a failure proof investment opportunity with endless earning possibilities in near future.

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Guidelines for Real Estate Investment

People earn money with a great deal of hard work and in due course of their lives, they are likely to make some real estate investments at some point in time. Real estate investments are certainly the biggest investments made by people. So one should be very careful while investing their hard earn money, and in order to avoid any discrepancy, everyone should keep certain guidelines in mind. This will not only make them invest correctly but also help them to make profitable deals.

 

Know your mortgage payment- In the simplest terms, a mortgage is a long-term loan which is designed to help you purchase a property by borrowing money from the bank where the property itself act as collateral. In return, the borrower is obligated to pay the principal amount along with some interest. Therefore one must be well aware of the market interest rates and the regular mortgage payment that are to be made by him/ her before applying for a loan.

 

Down payment requirement- Down payment is another key factor in the process of real estate investment. It is the amount of money given to the seller to reserve the property. In other words, it is the amount which acts as the token money. Properties like the L zone projects can be considered as suitable investing options due to their comfortable down payment plans. Also Before selecting a property for investment the buyer should take complete knowledge about the down payment requirements and make appropriate provision of the required money to save time.

 

Price to income ratio- The price to income ratio is a big determiner in the real estate investment, it refers to the expected income from the property in a ratio of its price or the money invested. In case the ratio is high the property is considered a good investment and if it is bad one should not invest in such a property.

 

Price to rent ratio – The price-to-rent ratio provides a comparison between owning and renting properties in a particular city For example if the price of purchasing a shop is extensively more than the annual rent of the same house, it is advisable not to buy the house and rent the same.

 

Gross rental yield – It is important for an investor to understand the concept of Gross rental yield. Gross rental yield is the significant rate of return on an investment to work out a rental yield, the weekly rent X 52 weeks, is divided by the purchase price.In the case of high profitable property, the gross rental rates are high. The rental rate is also indicative of the profitability of a land. It not only tells about the present profitability but also represents the future possibilities for a particular property.

 

Capitalization Rate – Capitalization rate is the rate of return on an investment based on the income that the property is expected to generate. The capitalization rate is used to estimate the investor’s potential return on his investment.

 

Cash flow – Cash flow is last but the most important determinant in the real estate decision. The inflow of cash that a particular investment is likely to generate is the major factor that buyers should keep in mind before making any strategic investment.

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Compression Between Land Acquisition and Land Pooling Policy

The term Land acquisition in the context of India refers to the process by which the government in India acquires private land for the purpose of industrialization, development of infrastructural facilities or urbanization of the private land, and provides compensation to the affected landowners and their rehabilitation and resettlement. The state has complete power to take property from the individual if the act of sovereign involves public interest. The existing doctrine empowers the government to acquire private lands for a public use. Whereas the concept of land, pooling stands in contrast with the land acquisition policy. The concept of land pooling policy involves purchasing of rural land by commercial developers at profitable market prices from the farmer and later pools their small rural land pieces forming large land piece. Out of the larger land obtained by land pooling the government keeps some percentage of land and provide it with infrastructure in a planned manner and return the reconstituted land to the owners, after deducting the cost of the provision of infrastructure and public spaces by the sale of some of the serviced land.

 

The land pooling policy is initiated by the municipal or the national Government delegating an area which is to be converted from agricultural to urban land use. A proper plan is then developed for the development of the particular area. Provision of infrastructure and services is financed by the sale of some of the plots within the area, often for commercial activities. The original landowners are provided plots within the reshaped area which, although the lands are now smaller in size but have access to all the basic infrastructure and necessary services. The land pooling policy has various advantages over land acquisition policy. It does not only provide an opportunity for a planned development of the land and infrastructure network but helps in avoiding the problem of the so-called “leapfrog” development, a development policy where different types of land uses and densities are mixed.

 

Land pooling is also called as land readjustment and is an attractive method to influence the location and development of new urban areas as it stands out to be profitable to all the stakeholders whereas under the land acquisition policy the poor rural landowners are likely to satisfy themselves with a very minimal amount provided by the government. Under the traditional land acquisition policy, it was becoming increasingly difficult to obtain public support for the use of rural land for infrastructural development. The Land pooling method, on the other hand, is widely supported and sometimes even initiated by the landowners since they would make a considerable profit on the project. Contrary to the obvious alternative methods for city development, land banking, and expropriation, it also avoids the costly and unpopular government procedure of acquiring land. Unlike the land acquisition, the land pooling will return a major part of the land to the landowner and turns out to be an Ideal partnership for development between the public sector and the landowners.

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Mission

Our mission is to synchronize real-estate with trust. With the mission of providing a home for every Indian Dda Smart Cities further instill professionalism across the real estate industry, DdaSmartCities give maximum priority to its client`s concerns and needs. We help the investor get relieved from pain points that trouble them like mistrust, late delivery of housing projects, speculation, checking of extensive documents and much more. With our aim of creating a land of dreams, we strive hard to analyze our customer`s need and fulfill all their demands with ease.

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Vision

Dda Smart Cities has a vision of providing utmost customer satisfaction and does not satisfy our customers with anything less. With our vision of just and rightful behavior and work on the strict guidelines of the business ethics. We view our customers as our partners in success and help them in understanding the statistics of real estate.

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