Building a house in India is one incredibly complex undertaking. You will at least need to own or purchase a piece of land on which you are going to build your house, and then join an allotment to buy all the required materials for constructing a house including but not limited to cement, steel bars, pipes etcetera.
Given that India is a socialist country getting building materials such as the ones mentioned above is not a walk in the park. The materials are distributed using a quota system meaning that you might not even get the right quantity requirements for the construction of your dream house, and read full article.
Then there is the political bureaucracy involved when you want to be connected to the must-have social amenity services such as electricity, water and sewerage. This could take several months or even years to get all of these things done. This is one of the reasons some people choose to use “the fixers”, Paul Mampilly’s lacrosse camp.
About the fixers
The fixer is basically a person who knows somebody who knows the exact person in places like governmental administrations who can fast track tedious processes like the ones I have already mentioned. The fixers do this either by using money or some of leverage to pull strings and get the project done hence immensely shortening the time required to complete a given project. However, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel for my Indian friends and other people who go through the same elsewhere.
— Paul Mampilly(@Paul_M_Guru) August 31, 2017
Introducing 3-D Printing and The X1 Robot from Cazza
In a conscious and deliberate effort to curb this problem, a 3-D printing company known as Cazza has developed a robot called X1 that can 3-D print a house. As I write, X1 has 3-D printed a number of structures including commercial buildings, warehouses, villas and even houses in a paltry seven days. Amazing, right? Cazza says that 3-D printing can lower building and construction costs by a whopping 40 percent while at the same time reducing the construction to a single week, and https://angel.co/paul-mampilly.
Who is Paul Mampilly?
Paul Mampilly is a senior editor at Banyan Hill Publishing. He specializes in helping everyday Americans become wealthy by investing in growth investing, technology and small-cap stocks. Paul Mampilly began his career on Wall Street way back in 1991 as an assistant portfolio manager at Bankers Trust. Paul Mampilly then quickly rose to top positions at various companies including ING and Deutsche Bank, managing multimillion-dollar accounts.