Virtual Property Fair 2016 – India

For this year, is holding its NRI Virtual Property Fair – India – featuring a wide spectrum of projects from India’s top developers, which can be viewed conveniently from anywhere in the world.

With this virtual fair, is offering an extended platform to NRI buyers who wish to invest in India.

Prospective buyers will experience an online similar to that of actually physically visiting a Property Expo, helping them make informed property related decision. Over 40 developers, from Chennai , Bangalore and Hyderabad etc participating in this Fair.

This offers home-seekers across the world transparency and choice, resulting in the best possible buying and investment decision in India.

Virtual Property Expo, NRI users can browse through the many projects displayed in the Indian cities of one’s choice, and view all its details and finally make a property related decision.

Distinctive features of this virtual expo is that it connects buyers and sellers through multiple options like online chats, webinars with builders, expert advice – all from the comfort of their desktop. Live Help chat is also available in a 24×7 environment through all the event days. These forums help visitors to ask property related questions to well known real estate developers.

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House for Purchase @ Hyderabad

One of our friends is in the process of buying a house of 2-3 bedroom in Hyderabad or Secundrabad . Anyone selling the property may please contact us on with photos and cost.
NOTE : We are not interested in brokers bringing the proposal .
Thanks in Advance …

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APIIC to crack whip on IT firms

APIIC to crack whip on IT firms – Notices to be served on them for failureto fulfil employment norm. Buckling under mounting pressure, Andhra Pradesh Industrial Infrastructure Corporation (APIIC) has decided to serve notices to IT companies in the city, which have failed to comply with employment norm specified at the time of allotment. Read moreThe Hindu e-paper article published on October 16, 2016.



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Hiring an architect for their full suite of services is expensive and may be justified on a large complex project. On a simpler project, it is more cost-effective to hire an architect for just the service you need. In general the pros and cons are

Pros of hiring an architect

  • You, as the owner, have an agent to keep an eye on the contractor and workmanship   throughout the project. The architect has a fiduciary responsibility to the owner (under a full service contract).
  • Better design. An architect often produces more interesting and creative design work, a highly functional floor plan, good natural lighting and ventilation, and good integration with the building site.
  • Avoids design errors common in plan books or with inexperienced designers.
  • Detailed plans and specs provide a clear guide to contractors and clients. Contractors know what they are bidding on and you know what you are getting.
  • Well-written specifications require that materials and workmanship meet or exceed industry standards.
  • The architect can recommend qualified contractors to bid on job.
  • The AIA construction contract favors owners (and the architect) over the contractor.
  • The architect can handle the tough aspects of contract negotiations on your behalf, allowing you to maintain a friendly, cooperative relationship with your contractor.

Cons of hiring and architect

  • Expensive way to build. In addition to the architect’s fees, some architects will drive up costs with custom products and materials, and expensive and finicky construction details which will drive up bids.
  • Some architects are more pie-in-the-sky than practical in their designs, and not realistic about costs, leading to budget-busting designs that will need to be heavily reworked or abandoned.
  • Depending on your contract with the architect, you may end up with sketchy plans without clear construction details and specifications. This can lead to bidding confusion, change orders, and upcharges (e.g., for items left out of the plans).
  • In general, the architect is not liable for errors and omissions in the plans.
  • In general, the architect is not liable for construction defects, even if you pay the architect to inspect the work in progress.

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