rea india: Housing.com, owned by REA India, will offer legal assistance to home buyers through a real estate platform
REA India has partnered with startups LegalKart, Lawrato, Vidhikarya and Vakil Search, to help buyers or investors in their real estate buying journey.
Consumer surveys have shown that this is a major problem for consumers and that this offering will go a long way in meeting that need, the company said.
âIn addition to requiring a significant down payment, real estate purchases can also involve legal complexities that must be dealt with with the help of an expert. This can be extremely overwhelming for home buyers, who may not be completely familiar with the myriad legal and financial procedures involved in real estate purchases, âsaid Dhruv Agarwala, Group CEO, Housing.com.
The decision to launch our new service was taken by the company to respond to another task that a buyer has to undertake while buying a home at a very affordable price, âsaid Agarwala.
The company will provide legal services to its clients in a number of cities across the country.
Using the services offered by the Housing Edge platform, homebuyers would not only get all their legal questions answered, but also assistance in drafting and executing documents related to the property, such as the deed of sale. and the sales contract. The company will also offer advice to buyers / investors regarding title deed and its registration.
These services would also be available to customers who use the PropTiger.com or Makaan.com services, the other two brands owned by REA India.
âIt has been our constant effort to make the home buying journey hassle-free for our clients. With this as a guiding principle, we have recruited our new partners who will help our clients manage any legal requirements they may have along their journey, âsaid Sangeet Aggarwal, Product and Design Manager, Housing. com.
All a user has to do to benefit from these services is to simply submit a request on one of our platforms. Our partners will immediately connect with users and help them find all the answers they need, âAggarwal said.