I have a home in Delhi’s Gurgaon, and I want to buy a house there.
I have no family, no assets.
What is the point in selling it if I can’t share my house with my parents?
The first problem is that I have to pay off my debt.
My father, who was born in India, owes Rs 1.4 crore to the bank and is in need of a loan.
My mother, who lives in Gujarat, owes more than Rs 1 crore.
And my sisters and I, who live in Delhi, have debts of Rs 20 lakh each.
The house was built in the 1950s by a company owned by an American businessman.
It has been sold to an Indian family.
The house is in a lovely part of Delhi, but I have trouble finding anyone who wants to buy it.
My parents, who are both in their 70s, live a mile away from me, and neither of them want to be seen with me.
The owner is still trying to get a loan for the house, but has a deadline of April 30.
I have to sell my house on the same day.
I want them to come back and see my house, I told them.
My father said he would not sell it for more than 10,000 rupees ($16,600).
I said that’s too much, but he said I can buy a place close to my parents.
So we agreed.
We rented a house next door, for around a lakh rupees a month, and we moved out.
I sold the house and bought a smaller house nearby.
We now live in a rented flat with my sister, who is in her late 30s.
The two of us work from home, and they come to see me when they visit.
We do not know where we will live for the next few months, but it is better than not having a home.
How can I sell my home if I cannot share it with my family?
We have a small property, but the owner says he wants to sell it soon.
My sister says she has no idea where she will live.
My daughter has no plan of how to make ends meet.
My wife, who has a college degree, says she will only stay in India for a few months.
What should I do if I sell the house?
It is difficult for me to sell the property now because of the debt.
But if I want my parents to buy the house again, I will have to get permission from the land owner.
I hope that if the owner does not give me the permission, I can eventually buy the property again.
Who should I tell about the sale?
My parents can come back to India and see me.
But my sister cannot.
I will not tell them.
Can I ask my parents for permission to buy me a house?
Can I take them to see my property?
No, my parents cannot take me there.
It is a bad idea to do so.
Do you have any suggestions for people who might want to sell their houses?
If you have a house you can sell and are still looking for a new home, it would be a good idea to ask the owners if they are interested.
Do not let your fears stop you from buying a house.