Amit Wadhwani

Co-Founder, Sai Estate Consultants

Young, enthusiastic and self-motivated, Amit Wadhwani leads the sales endeavour at Sai Estate Consultants (SEC). He has been instrumental in enhancing business and growth at SEC, vaulting the company from a small-time real estate broking firm to Chembur’s first ISO & CRISIL certified real estate organisation. Carving a niche in Chembur’s secondary real estate market, his already extensive experience and in-depth knowledge of customer needs have paved the way for his foray into the primary markets. 

Authored Articles

Things to remember when applying for a joint home loan

Buying a home is a lifetime investment decision for many of us. The advent of affordable housing is a ray of hope for many who aspire to purchase a ho...

Buying a home is a lifetime investment decision for many of us. The advent of affordable housing is a ray of hope for many who aspire to purchase a house. However, a house is an expensive investment and the eligibility to borrow may be a daunting proposition for many of the middle-class homebuyers....

  • February 8, 2019
  • 63

Things to be aware of while buying a house

Purchasing a home is a major life decision and probably the largest financial investment that we make.  It takes years of planning to buy a house. Wh...

Purchasing a home is a major life decision and probably the largest financial investment that we make.  It takes years of planning to buy a house. While most people will tell you what all to do before buying a home, it is equally important to know what not to do. Buying a home is usually the...

  • January 10, 2019
  • 86

Ready-to-move or under-construction house – What to buy?

When planning to buy a house, it is essential to weigh the pros and cons of both – the ready-to-move units and the under-construction homes to avoid...

When planning to buy a house, it is essential to weigh the pros and cons of both – the ready-to-move units and the under-construction homes to avoid later repentance.  Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions of life.  Therefore, there several questions that may besiege the buyer before...

  • October 18, 2018
  • 105

Innovation or Strategy for better output in Real Estate Industry?

Today's top companies succeed by making innovation a fundamental part of their strategy. As the pace of change continues to increase and the threat of...

Today's top companies succeed by making innovation a fundamental part of their strategy. As the pace of change continues to increase and the threat of disruption becomes the new normal, companies need to have a focused and effective approach to innovation. The real estate industry has changed a...

  • September 3, 2018
  • 113

One year of GST: Impact on homebuyers

Goods and Services Tax (GST) will complete one year since its implementation across the country. GST subsumed a dozen of taxes, introducing single lev...

Goods and Services Tax (GST) will complete one year since its implementation across the country. GST subsumed a dozen of taxes, introducing single levy, in a bid to simplify taxation system and thus making it 'One Nation, One Tax'. The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is the biggest and most...

  • June 22, 2018
  • 102

A millennial’s perspective on society maintenance charges

A millennial’s decision of buying a house in most cases depends on the location, but in today’s era, it’s not just the location but the price of...

A millennial’s decision of buying a house in most cases depends on the location, but in today’s era, it’s not just the location but the price of the housing, accessibility to workplace, amenities and infrastructure that is determining their choice. Millennials who are known to wiggle out of...

  • May 15, 2018
  • 55

Home financing options for NRI buyers

An NRI is allowed to purchase property in India by availing home loans from banks or housing finance companies or in some cases as an Indian employer ...

An NRI is allowed to purchase property in India by availing home loans from banks or housing finance companies or in some cases as an Indian employer of an NRI employee. The current government and regulatory acts such as Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) and Goods and Services Tax (GST) have...

  • January 8, 2018
  • 357

Builders adopt creative strategies to revive market demand

Traditional formats of freebies do seem to be changing with times and developers are pushed to explore dynamic forms of offers. Online portals along w...

Traditional formats of freebies do seem to be changing with times and developers are pushed to explore dynamic forms of offers. Online portals along with few developers are creating online realty festivals offering convenient payment plans, rent-back opportunities, free interior packages, and good...

  • December 15, 2017
  • 162

Green revolution in real estate and infrastructure

As per recent data, India is the fourth most prominent contributor to greenhouse gases globally today. A study on 2015 found that Delhi and Mumbai top...

As per recent data, India is the fourth most prominent contributor to greenhouse gases globally today. A study on 2015 found that Delhi and Mumbai topped the list for greenhouse emissions in India. In a bid to comply with the obligations made at the Paris agreement by India, by 2030, India may...

  • December 15, 2017
  • 248

Is it mandatory to pay PLC, floor rise and parking space charges?

In the absence of any regulation, builders and developers charge floor rise, PLC and parking space charges at any given rate, resulting in an unexpect...

In the absence of any regulation, builders and developers charge floor rise, PLC and parking space charges at any given rate, resulting in an unexpected spike in the final cost of the project. As a prospective buyer, one often comes across terms, such as ‘Front park facing, rear park facing or...

  • October 5, 2017
  • 2531

Indian realty’s road to recovery

In the backdrop of several new policies and rules being implemented in the country, real estate buyers were taking a wait and watch approach. However...

In the backdrop of several new policies and rules being implemented in the country, real estate buyers were taking a wait and watch approach. However, the industry anticipates buyers to come back to the market soon. The overall market sentiment has improved in the country, which would help buyers...

  • September 19, 2017
  • 637

Virtual Reality anticipated to transform real estate sector

Virtual Reality (VR) is set to emerge as a powerful tool in selling property off-the-plan. This is an important milestone for the real estate industry...

Virtual Reality (VR) is set to emerge as a powerful tool in selling property off-the-plan. This is an important milestone for the real estate industry which has previously offered 360-degree video tours but never doled out a wholly immersive and photo-realistic experience available across VR...

  • August 1, 2017
  • 1193

Evolving homebuyer preferences in Indian real estate

With the real estate sector becoming increasingly digital in nature, consumers can purchase properties without having to actually be present at the si...

With the real estate sector becoming increasingly digital in nature, consumers can purchase properties without having to actually be present at the site. Consequently, convenience and transparency in real estate have increased. Virtual viewing of the property has come into picture and a larger...

  • June 29, 2017
  • 1436

How will RERA change the real estate landscape?

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) is touted to be a game changing Act for the Indian real estate sector. While it aims to safeguard homebuye...

The Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) is touted to be a game changing Act for the Indian real estate sector. While it aims to safeguard homebuyers, it holds a fair ground for developers, too. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act and the GST (Goods and Service tax) Bill are the...

  • May 16, 2017
  • 1220

How will metro change the face of realty in Jogeshwari (West)?

The elevated Metro-6 will be built along the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR), connecting Mumbai's areas with poor rail-based connectivity. Mumba...

The elevated Metro-6 will be built along the Jogeshwari-Vikhroli Link Road (JVLR), connecting Mumbai's areas with poor rail-based connectivity. Mumbai, with a higher rate of migration, has always been a hotspot for homebuyers and real estate investors. The city is getting populated faster than...

  • May 9, 2017
  • 448
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