Mumbai, India — When you’re living in the capital, the idea of buying a house is a very attractive proposition.
That is, until you read the contract between you and the seller.
And that’s when things get complicated.
According to an Indian news report, a man in the Mumbai suburb of Kalyan, who was approached by a developer, went to the property agent’s office and demanded to see the contract.
The agent refused.
The man, who did not wish to be identified, said he was concerned about the safety of his family.
He was upset by the fact that the developer had agreed to sell the property for $8 million (Rs.
“I wanted to buy my house.
I can’t live like that.”