Own a home!

Getting a home or buying a home of your own is one of the most important aspects of life. It not only defines your well-being but also gives you security for life!

Having a place of one’s own is important in terms of security and investment for the future. With changing times and economy, it has not only become easy to buy a home but also the age at which you purchase your first home has decreased.

Here are some of the benefits of having your own home.

1. At the most basic level, having your own home gives you a sense of security and ownership. Not only do you have a place to reside but you also own it and would own it for the rest of your life. Isn’t that a great feeling?

2. Property rates would only increase with time. We have seen a surge in the property rates in the last two decades and it is only going to move upwards. With the lands getting scarce and the demands increasing, we only know what happens to its prices.

3. With changing times, we have also seen an upward trend in the salaries, so affordability is not an issue combined with the fact that home loans are no longer a terrifying aspect.

4. Staying on rent cannot be a permanent option. In fact, the amount that you shell out every month on your rent can be your EMI towards your home loan repayment, which in the end, will help you own a house and not leave you homeless. Also the interest on home loans are lower than any other loan, so it’s better to take a loan and buy property.

5. Advantage of tax breaks. Under the present tax rules, you can get a tax break on interest repayments for home loans to the extent of Rs 150,000 and on principal payments up to Rs 100,000 per annum.

6. Property works as a good investment and an asset. We have always seen homes becoming a rewarding investment and property rates are only likely to rise with urbanisation and economic development.

These reasons not only sum up the need of a home but also make it look beneficial for the future.

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Importance of location while buying a house!

Whether you are purchasing your home as an investment, a lifestyle upgrade or both, one of the most important decisions you will make is where you want to live. Your home’s location will help determine not only the future value of your investment, but also many aspects of your everyday life.

Here are some factors you should consider carefully when selecting a location.

Geographic Location

The part of the city you choose to live in will have a major impact on your lifestyle. Particularly if you want to stay in your home for a long time, make this decision very carefully, taking into consideration the factors that are most important to you, like proximity the city centre, connectivity, distance from airport / railway station, etc.


Within a particular area, different neighbourhoods will have different characteristics. You’ll want to pick the one that is the closest fit to your lifestyle and personality – a place where you’ll feel comfortable and where you are likely to get along with your neighbours. You’ll also want to try to live close to the places you visit frequently, like grocery stores, your job (if you plan to keep that job long-term), and, if you have kids, the schools you want them to attend.


For most people, safety is a top consideration. You’ll often pay less to live in an area with higher crime, but if you’ll have to live in fear or if you one day become a victim no price discount will be worthwhile. It may also be harder to resell your home or get a good price for it if you decide to sell.

Proximity to Work

The length of your daily commute can have a significant impact on your disposable income, quality of life and how much time you get to spend at home with your family. How long of a commute can you endure? Are you planning to stay at your current job long-term or do you expect to switch jobs in the near future? If you plan to stay at your current job, how close to work do you want to live? If you plan to switch jobs, what are the job prospects in or near the area where you’d like to live?

Proximity to Friends and Family

The best home may not feel very homey if you live too far away from your friends and family to see them on a regular basis. On the other hand, your friends and family might end up moving at some point, so make sure this isn’t your only reason for choosing a location.

Proximity to Leisure Activities

What do you enjoy doing in your free time? If you love to go out to eat, you might not be happy living somewhere with few restaurants. On the other hand, if your favourite thing to do is stay home, you might have more choices available to you when it comes to this aspect of choosing your location.

Visit During the Day and at Night

What a neighbourhood looks like on paper and how you feel when you’re in it is not necessarily the same thing. Sometimes little details can make a big difference. For example, some neighbourhoods have narrow roads, lots of cars parked on the street or distinctive architectural features that may not suit your taste. If these things aren’t what you envisioned in your ideal neighbourhood, you may not want to live there no matter how great the statistics may be.

What is rainwater harvesting? Why do you need it in your building?

Rain water harvesting

Rain water harvesting

Rainwater harvesting is a technology used for collecting and storing rainwater from rooftops, the land surface or rock catchments using simple techniques such as jars and pots as well as more complex techniques such as underground check dams. Commonly used systems are constructed of three principal components; namely, the catchment area, the collection device, and the conveyance system.

Why do you need it?

Buildings with the facility of rainwater harvesting seldom face issues in water supply. The technique provides an independent water source used to supplement the main supply. It does not only provide water in case there is a short supply, but can also help mitigate flooding of low-lying areas, and reduce demand on borings and wells, which may enable ground water levels to be sustained. It also helps in the availability of potable water, as rainwater is substantially free of salinity and other salts. Thus, it helps you live in an eco-friendly, sustainable environment.


Rainwater harvesting is an accepted freshwater augmentation technology in Asia. The bacteriological quality of rainwater collected from properly maintained rooftop catchment systems, equipped with storage tanks having good covers and taps, is generally suitable for everyday use, and frequently even meets WHO drinking water standards. Notwithstanding, such water generally is of higher quality than most traditional, and many of improved, water sources used in our cities. Contrary to popular beliefs, rather than becoming stale with extended storage, rainwater quality often improves as bacteria and pathogens gradually die off.

As a residential society, buildings often execute higher pressure on the regular water supply in that area. Thus, making sure the building you live / move in has an alternative clean water supply system of its own, such as rainwater harvesting, assures an uninterrupted supply of fresh water throughout the year.

Fascinating Infrastructure by Anukampa Group

Anukampa Group is incredibly satisfying their clientele by creating the world class architecture in Rajasthan. As the real estate market of the city Jaipur is growing on a very rate and the major developments is taking place at the Jaipur – Ajmer highway, C-Scheme, Jaisinghpura and various other posh locations.

Anukampa RetreatWe have our under construction projects such as Anukampa Platina at Mansarovar Ext., Royal Celebrity at Jaisinghpura Ajmer road, Anukampa Residency at Shanti Nagar, Anukampa Tulip at Mahal road Jagatpura and many more.  These all residential projects are equipped with basic amenities like outdoor games, Basketball court, Gym facility, swimming pool ,etc. which gives you the feeling of beautiful and secured surroundings. They all are among the best residential properties of the city situated at the prime locations. All these under construction projects are ready for sale and almost ready for possession. We provide you the best from 1 BHK apartment to your own luxury facilitated villas. We also assist you easily available loans.

Anukampa JTNApart from these all under construction projects, Anukampa is also engaged in many upcoming projects. The recent upcoming projects of our includes Anukampa Retreat at Sodala, Anukampa Pride at Mahapura Ajmer Road, Anukampa JTN near Rajmandir, Anukampa Township and many more. These all upcoming projects offers you all club house facility that are specifically planned with infinity swimming pool, in-house cab facility for residents, zero-monthly maintenance for five years, landscaped terrace and stretcher lifts increase the convenient factor of the place more.

So plan yourself with a list of facilities you want in your dream home because Anukampa is here to fulfill them as customer satisfaction is our major priority of working.