Land is at a premium, and builders across India are developing high-rise projects in every segment. A decision many buyers grapple with is which floor to choose in a high-rise project? Given below are the top 10 factors to help you choose the right floor:
View – Choose a higher floor if better views are of importance, and this is especially true for projects in scenic locations.
Rents – Surveys have proven that rents on the lower floors are higher than those on higher floors. If you are investing in property for rental income, a lower floor is desirable.
Noise – Many homebuyers prefer to buy property on the higher floors to avoid the noise from fellow occupants of the building. A higher floor flat also experiences less noise pollution from the city.
Privacy – People who crave solitude can choose apartments on higher floors. The lower floors in a high-rise are usually more social and might not provide much-needed privacy.
Security – Apartments on the lower floors are more prone to crime compared to those on higher floors. This, however, depends on the project and the overall security features incorporated within it.
Energy – The higher you go, the more energy you consume. This might be in various forms, energy used to draw water up or air conditioner use.
Family – Families that have young children or elderly members usually would do much better living on a lower floor. This is a safety factor and also a matter of convenience.
Accessibility – If you want to reach your apartment faster, it is advisable to live on a lower floor.
Ventilation and Light – Apartments on higher floors usually are not bound by any other buildings and have copious amounts of ventilation and light.
Seepage – The top and ground floors of a building are usually the ones that suffer from water seepage and drainage problems.
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