Availing your dream home or any property at a very less price is an idea that surely attracts many buyers. Pre-launch properties offer this to the buyers in many states. If you are planning to buy pre-launch property in Karnal or in any contemporary state, you must be careful about certain facts. There are pros and cons of everything and so is the case for the pre-launch properties.

In most of the cases, pre-launch properties are sold to the buyers at a comparatively low price than the original prices. This is what attracts buyers in many ways. However, these properties are sold long before all the clearances take place and so, there is always a little risk till the time entire documentation and construction is completed.

The land costs of any new property are commonly most minimal at the time of pre-launch. Such a move is done purposely by the purchasers to pull in some underlying enthusiasm for the destined to be propelled venture. Manufacturers even offer absolute minimum costs to build the underlying deal figures which would then be able to go about as an impetus for showcasing the venture and expanding potential future deals. Pre Launches can be isolated into two general classifications of soft launch and pre-Launch.

Karnal is one of the cities in India which is leading one in the Indian Real estate market. Qwing to the ample of free space, availability of land and other resource and developed cities and areas around, Karnal is witnessing a lot of influx as a real estate investment these days. If you wish to ‘buy pre-launch property in Karnal’, you would not waste your investment if the builder is trustworthy and reliable.

Here are some of the things that you must consider before buying a pre-launch property in any state. As a pre-launch property is more prone to risks, the buyer must pay extra attention to all the process and be very careful in checking and verifying the credibility of the developer or a construction company.

RICS is authorized to cover all the aspects of a property which includes construction and associated environmental issues. Sachin Sandhir, the managing director at Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), South Asia quotes, “A developer by law is not allowed to take any amount from prospective home buyers before getting all the clearances for a project. However, often, it is seen that money is being collected from prospective buyers via a channel of brokers and investors. The practice is usually prevalent in north India. Haryana and Punjab have already put a ban on this practice, by licensing the brokers and dealers and introducing amendments within the Apartment Acts,”

Given the unnecessary deferral in getting these pre-launch projects, there are occurrences of developers tolerating appointments before they secure all the imperative endorsements. Be that as it may, such properties could keep running into issues, for example, delay in fulfilment, or an ascent in development cost or the whole task getting dropped inferable from clearances not coming through.

Any real estate property requires various types of endorsements and assents from different metro organizations and government offices, including the city advancement specialist, land office, Airports Authority of India, the National Monuments Authority, safeguard service, power and water divisions, etc. There would be upwards of 40 to 50 clearances.

What should you do to ensure extra precautions

Investigate the record of the developer. According to Ravi Ahuja, official chief at Cushman and Wakefield India, if you purchase the pre-launched property from a reputed and well-known developer, you can relax even if the project gets delayed. In such cases, you can be assured of the delivery of the project be it with a little delay.

Ensure that you request the Intimation of Disapproval (IOD) and the Commencement Certificate (CC) before booking any pre-launched flat. IOD will have the rundown of endorsements from different specialists, for example, the contamination control board and the divisions of traffic, fire and condition; it additionally records the reasons why the venture has been objected or affirmed.

CC is the confirmation that the manufacturer can begin development. Now and again, these testaments come in stages, for example, IOD and CC up to plinth level or up to the eighth floor, etc. As development advances, the manufacturer will get it for higher floors.

In some cases, the developer may have freed up to the plinth level or up to state, eight stories, yet offers pads at a higher floor, in the expectation that leeway for higher floors will come. Be that as it may, there is no such certification. Thus, while booking your level, it is fitting to book just up to the dimension for which the undertaking has gotten the IOD and CC.