The Karnataka Land Reforms Act came into effect in 1961. The sole objective of implementing the act was to socialize uniformity in the purchase and ownership of agricultural land. The Act also defined the norms and regulations to be followed for conferring ownership on the tenants of the land, the
Farmland Investments, a lucrative venture, has gained significant prominence in the world of finance and real estate classes. India is currently in the limelight in this category. Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka, has been a key player in managed farmland with NRIs eyeing for their high-end investments. The Emergence Of
“Owning a home is a keystone of wealth… both financial affluence and emotional security” – Suze Orman. Being a homeowner has been a common desire for millions of people, but somewhere this longing takes a back seat in the world full of choices – i.e., spending on luxury and being adventurous.
The ongoing pandemic made everyone realize the importance of owning a home and it did affect Namma Bengaluru’s real-estate in a big-big way. The zero sales during lockdown was unavoidable. But once the market opened up, the inquiry levels picked up and so did the demand. According to a Consumer Sentiment
The Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru has well-established itself as a major real estate destination for commercial and residential options at viable prices. Every investor looks to invest in an ideal property that yields good returns. In this context, Hosur Road in Bengaluru is today the best choice when it comes
For eras, the “LAND” has been considered as the reservoir for prosperity and wealth. Well, investing in property is a clever investment, and the value of land always grows with time. In the past few years, there has been a surge in interest for investment in “Farmlands”. Owning farmland has