Home buying is a big decision in one’s life. There is an emotional quotient attached to it. After all, it’s a leap forward that a person takes. And with so many options around, you are bound to get overwhelmed. So, it is essential that you consider your decision, before buying your first home. You should be convinced and happy with this lifetime decision. After all, it’s your first home and every purchase here after, will be second or third.
Below are some tips for first time home buyers, which can ensure that you are happy with your decision.
“Rooted grow deep, live tall” is an excellent saying and applicable for Non-Resident Indians living across the globe. In this era of globalization, people are travelling to different countries and continents, making it essential that there is a connect with the place of origin. One such way of ensuring that feeling of belongingness, that connect remains is by making a home for yourself back home. There is not one, but several reasons why NRI’s should invest in Indian real estate.
Stay Connected, Stay Rooted: You may be loving that plush living abroad, but a house back home will give a sense of belonging. It will help you stay rooted and grow better. With a home in India, you can visit your country anytime and impart the deep values and show the rich cultural heritage to your growing family and friends abroad. Moreover, wherever you stay you will always miss your homeland. At some point, you are sure to say Take Me Home country roads.
Do you remember that time when you tried to imitate Usain Bolt to catch a bus or when you raced against your sibling to get to the remote first? Do you remember the grin that just did not seem to subside right after? That was not because of getting on the bus or snatching the remote. It was because of the endorphins rushing through your body. Endorphins are hormones secreted by the nervous system and pituitary gland that reduces the transmission of pain signals and produces a feeling of euphoria.
Even if you don’t exercise, you would have seen that sudden bursts of activity seems to put you in a good mood. Your mind or rather your mood has a direct connection to how you feel physically. When you are hungry or fatigued, you will be in a foul mood (Remember the Snickers ad featuring Urmila Matondkar and Rekha). When you are emotionally stressed, you tend to feel tired. The body and mind are intrinsically bonded.
You do everything in your power to help your children grow. From providing them the best education, enlisting them in sports academies to driving them to dance lessons, you leave no stone unturned to give them the very best. Your love manifests itself in countless ways that nurture your child towards becoming a better individual.
But an important aspect of their future is playtime. Research has shown that play is very important in enhancing the imagination and creativity of a child. According to Sergio Pellis, a researcher at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, playtime is important in developing the executive centre of the brain in young children which helps in planning.