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Beware of Brokers!

Buying a land or house is not an easy task. That's why there is a proverbial saying in Telugu " Illu katti choodu, pelli chesi choodu" ( Building a house is as difficult as arranging a marriage between two people ).  But nowadays the brokers who make matches and property deals have become high-tech.
Let's see how the real-estate brokers cheat us

1. Most of the real-estate brokers supply you with fake documents. You better not believe them at the face-value

2. Brokers always try to charge 2% or 3% commission on a deal. They usually quote the higher price for any property as they want to get more commission. They always work for sellers and for themselves.

3. They don't want you to meet the real owner of the property

4. In order to find out the real owner of the property, we should always get the EC from the concerned registrar office

5. Try to approach the real owner of the property by seeing the photo and address of the owner that are given on the EC

6. Always t…

Back To School from Tomorrow On



I never thought I would ever become a teacher. I still wonder how I settled in this profession. Before becoming a teacher, I tried many professions but nothing gave me as much satisfaction as teaching. Perhaps, my internal and external environment is best suited to teaching. I always feel very much relieved and satisfied when I could explain my thoughts and emotions clearly to my students. I receive great pleasure if they catch the point of my discourse. That's why teaching always provides me with a sense of intense catharsis. I think you get no such immediate satisfaction in any other profession except acting.

I think you will have no difficulty in understanding Warren Buffet's quote 'I would be very happy to have on my tombstone the word 'teacher,'. Yes, the greatest thinkers from the whole human history were top teachers of their time. I feel teaching is not be restricted to the classrooms but every one of us play teacher's role at home, at the office and everywhere where we share our knowledge with others

Our school is going to be reopened from tomorrow onwards. I will become busy in my beloved occupation. But, I am not going to neglect my investing and it will go parallel to my teaching. Moreover, I think one day I will definitely find a profession where both teaching and investing are intertwined and no separation between them is visible


Venugopal Bandlamudi

                 M.A., B.Ed. 

www.thinkervenu.com

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Venugopal Bandlamudi
                         M.A., B.Ed.
www.thinkervenu.com

VENUGOPAL BANDLAMUDI., An Active Stock Market Investor & Certified Equity Research Analyst

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