How to buy a home in Mumbai’s chimney-shrouded streets

Mumbai, March 21: This is the most expensive section of the city, but it is also the most dangerous.

Chilling winds can blow through chimneys in minutes, but a house like that, with no air conditioning and no heating, can only be sold by those who know how to do the deed.

It is the only way of life for these poor people.

Chimney-Shrouded StreetsThe houses of Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and its environs are known as chimney shacks.

Their owners are usually middle-class professionals who have built their lives around the chimneys, or the “shakhas”.

Their homes are also often located on a main road, so their cars cannot enter the neighbourhood.

The houses in the main streets have windows, and the balconies of the balconys have balconies.

The balconies are also where the upper classes are entertained.

Chinchilla and Chindu Chinchillas are the most famous and expensive of these houses, and it is these two houses that make up the bulk of the homes in the city.

A house like this, a typical of the neighbourhood, would fetch more than Rs 2 lakh.

If one buys it for a reasonable price, it would be worth Rs 5 lakh.

However, if the price is much higher, the buyers are unlikely to come forward.

Chindus houses are usually rented out to the upper class.

The owners usually live in two-bedroomed houses, but some families rent out two-roomed houses.

This means that the owners of these homes usually own more than one family.

The two-rooms that are rented out are usually reserved for the upper middle class, who own the house.

The upper middle classes also own many cars and even a motorcycle.

They can afford to buy the houses, as the houses are well insulated, and they have more space than the other houses.

The middle class owns a small land, which the upper-middle classes buy for them.

The houses are rented at reasonable prices.

The cheapest house is sold for about Rs 2.5 lakh.

The most expensive house is worth about Rs 4.5 crore.

The buyer would get a better deal if he bought the house in the market, but the market is usually closed in the summer, and in winter, the market usually closes.

So, it is almost impossible to find an empty house.

The house’s owners often rent out their apartments to middle- and upper-class people.

The lower middle class can also buy an apartment from the upper and middle class.

These middle- class people buy apartments with the assistance of their family, friends and colleagues.

The property owner often buys the house with his own money.

The buyers usually buy the house at low prices.

However it is not always easy to find a suitable apartment for the owner, who is always busy with his work.

He usually rents the apartment for a month, and then sells it for the higher price.

The middle class often pays rent on the first and last day of the month.

If the owner has to work for more than a day, the rent is deducted from his salary.

This helps the owner save on rent.

Some middle- Class families buy apartments from the middle- to upper-income class.

This arrangement is called “rental-based housing”.

The middle- income families are known for having spacious apartments, and a lot of cash.

Some of the middle class owners have a lot to do, while their family is busy with work.

These are also the families that rent out the apartments.

Chitrani, a middle-income family, rents an apartment to the owner for a period of five months.

After the five months, the tenant pays the owner Rs 1,000 every month for his apartment.

In the next two years, the landlord is supposed to repay the money.

Chinatowns are the biggest part of Mumbai.

They are a mix of middle-, upper- and lower-income families who live in the inner suburbs.

They work in factories, as cleaners, as waiters, as doctors, as taxi drivers, as cooks and as housekeepers.

The rich have an exclusive right to rent these apartments, which is why they tend to live in one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in the whole city.

Chinatown houses are very expensive, but they are also extremely popular.

Chinnas houses are not usually cheap, but sometimes the owner can find a buyer who is willing to pay more than the usual price.

The owner usually stays at his house for the rest of the year.

When the landlord sells his house, he usually buys another one.

Chinnas families also live in separate apartments in different areas of the building.

They usually have separate bathrooms and kitchens.

They buy their apartments from a local property developer, and rent them out to others.

This is how many houses of the area can be rented out at a reasonable rate