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Ashok Legally you can build in 20% of the land...You can not get bank loan. So you should be able to fully fund the land cost and construction cost. Check if you can readily construct. aAlso, If you have an intention to re-sale it will be difficult immediately...so, if you are planning not to sell for the next 30 years and want to construct in 20% of the land its a good investment when you trade-off positive and negative end Positive: - You are not paying any premium....in city each square yard cost ~1 lakh and if you are buying an apartment also you are paying some part of it for land.... - Any how for the current covid situation it is always good to have some space left between houses. SO the rule in constructing in 20% of land is Good. - Empty space you can garden..., car parking etc... - Negative: - Cant sell immediately....and if want to sell need to sell at least 30% less than the market cost - Can utilise only 20% of the land..... - No Bank loans - Can fit only as a long term investment. - No drainage system and water supply and no hard roads.....Same like well maintained villages.. even today most of the villages don't have drainage and water connection..... re-cycle all the waste one way it is good we have seen many such houses re-cycling the waste.
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