After buying a house, you become the happiest person. But if the house does not turn out to be the house of your dreams, it becomes your biggest nightmare. You look out for the location, amenities, track record of the developer, you negotiate to your best price, decorate the house as per your taste but did you check the risk factor of the house? Is your house safe to live in? We are not talking about just the security equipment and the watchmen outside the apartment, we are talking about the actual livability of the house. The walls are the bones of the house and the foundation is the root, a home inspection can reveal the true condition of the house.

You must act smart before buying even a fresh property. It may be young but may not be risk-free. Here are the parameters that you need to check before buying a property to have a risk-free stay.

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1. Necessary approval certificates from the authorities

Needless to say, the first thing to check after buying a property is the completion certificate. It shows that the house is fit to move in. The occupation certificate makes you the rightful owner of the property. The nod from the local authorities makes the property risk-free of any legal complications in the future.

2. The quality of construction and construction materials

The house may look nice and cosy from the outside but it may be wreaking from the inside. To decrease the cost of construction, the builder may be using the substandard material. Such constructions do not last long. You would have to invest in the maintenance just after a short duration of buying or it may cost someone’s life too if the building collapses.

3. The earthquake resistance

There is no guarantee that a building would stand still at the time of the earthquake but it should be competent enough to get the minimum damage. It should not be the first thing to crumble and fall down. In the high-risk zones, it becomes mandatory to check this factor.

4. Arrangements against the fire breakout

A fire test is performed by the authorities after which the house is declared fire-proof and safe to live. You should get the emergency evacuation plan from the builder to vacant the house in case of fire. The fire extinguishers and fire alarms should be placed at the appropriate places.

5. The robust electrical system

Fire can also break out due to faulty electrical systems. Moreover, you baby can get a shock of the electrical connections are not properly grounded. In the case of heavy rains, the faulty electrical circuits may become very dangerous for your family. Install the electrical system from the reputed brand only. Get them diagnosed and replaced time to time.

6. The upgraded drainage system

Not just the faucet and drainage pipes of the house should be working perfectly, it should have a rainwater storage tank or at least, a proper disposable system so that your house does not become a pool in times of heavy rain. If the rainwater can be replenished to the ground, it would be like icing on the cake which brings us to the next point.

7. Eco-friendliness of the house

We are saying that the conventional energy sources will disappear today, but you need to think about the future and for the coming generations. If your house is depending too much on the perishable resources, it is a risk for the environment and for your future too. Moreover, the appliances based on the non-conventional energy resources lasts long and require less maintenance, hence budget-friendly.

You need not spend lavishly on getting rainwater management equipment in the area which has a scarcity of the rainfall. Similarly, earthquake resistance becomes crucial in the earthquake prone areas. You cannot control the natural calamity but you can be prepared with your tools in advance to fight back. Do not move to a house without checking for these risk-proof factors. You can also contact us for more details. We deal in the best properties in Jaipur with world-class amenities.

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