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Reading Time: 3 minutes Real estate agents bear a cult of personality to engage customers. They deal with them both with personal integrity and a professional approach. But with the integration of technology in the real estate business and the invention of proptech, a new dimension has popped up. Data in real estate now plays an intricate role in developing the dynamic of the real estate business. As a result, professional agents have begun analyzing their leads from a business perspective. This means one lead data will generate multiple leads. Here are some fascinating ways of application of these data in real estate.  Geographic Information System (GIS)  The best way to integrate data in real estate is by mapping them in by using geotags and clustering units. This means that you can locate them using multiple GIS systems. Location is a very important part of analyzing factors of real estate. Henceforth GIS can help…

Reading Time: 4 minutes Unlike many interior design styles, mid-century modern highlights the simplicity and the functionality of a space rather than putting emphasis on aristocracy and decorative elements. Clean lines, organic curves, and a love for different materials; there are many factors as to why this design style retains its popularity to this day. The timeless appeal of this design has been idealized and continues to allure even the most discerning people with a distinctive taste. Here is all you need to know about mid-century modern interior design. What is mid-century modern interior design? Mid-century modern is an American design movement, which was prominent in interior designing but later expanded to product design, graphic design, architecture, and even urban development during the post World War II period. This design celebrates the honest use of different materials and simple-clean lines all the while keeping the functional element intact. The design movement is now recognized…

Reading Time: 3 minutes According to the constitution of Bangladesh, all people are equal. The law prohibits discrimination on the basis of religion, caste, gender, race, and occupation. But in most cases, the reality is quite different. In our country, people of the third gender still face extreme discrimination and inequality. One of the examples is Bangladesh’s inheritance law. It does not permit them to inherit properties from their parents. But the wind of change has started blowing and it’s about time that they get justice against the unreasonable inequality that they face. Today we will discuss everything from the possibility to the future prospects if the property inheritance law for the third gender is passed and implemented. The barrier In 2013, the government recognized transgender people as the ‘third gender’. They have also been given the right to vote. But even then their position in our society has not changed much. They are…

Reading Time: 5 minutes Bproperty is the largest and only property solution provider in the country. No one else can provide services in Bangladesh on such a large scale and with such a customer-friendly attitude. The company seemingly has taken to the field with a plan to radically change the country’s real estate sector. Property buying and selling, renting, and rent payment management, property management, or interior development, Bproperty is making strides everywhere. And when it comes to home or property sales, why would you take the services of some no-name company instead of a multinational one? There are many reasons why you should buy and sell your property through a multinational company like Bproperty. At the end of the day, you gain a lot more in comparison by dealing with such an organization. Here are 4 profitable aspects of property sales through Bproperty. 1. Combination of unlimited buyers from various locations Around 50,000…

Reading Time: 6 minutes Two of the main reasons why homes are called historic is either because of their association with historical figures or because of the fascinating stories and historical events associated with them. However, some of them are steeped so much in history that they become a part of it. For instance, the story behind Anne Frank’s house is rooted deeply in the history of Ward War II itself. That being said, there are plenty of historic homes around the world to admire from afar. And today, we will give you a ride through history by telling the stories behind some of the most historic homes around the world. Ayers House, South Australia The house is named after Sir Henry Ayers, a wealthy industrialist and five times Premier of South Australia. He leased the property in 1855 when it was a 9-room house and transformed it into a 40-room mansion during the…

Reading Time: 4 minutes Two children together in palm roof shade Stare at me  no word is said Rice ration, lentils one time a week Milk powder for war-weary infants meek “September on Jessore Road” Allen Ginsberg November 14-16, 1971 On that day, East Bengal walked to Calcutta. Millions of refugees took shelter on the border of West Bengal and India. The refugee camps along the border became pieces of Bangladesh. When the refugee camp becomes a house, what is life like there? What does a war-torn home-household-nation look like? Where is the sanctuary of the refugees hungry for rice or mourning their torn-apart family? As citizens of Bangladesh, we also have the responsibility to teach ourselves that history. Thirteen Hundred Miles Beyond the Border 1971 is in full swing. Millions of refugees are fleeing to the border from remote villages and cities. They have lost their relatives, their respect, their husbands, children, and…

Reading Time: 6 minutes In Dhaka, you will feel a wind of change in the air with the arrival of December. On the radio and television, you will hear the echoes of patriotic and wartime songs. And wherever you go, you will be surrounded by a sea of red and green – the colors of our beautiful flag. Wreaths of flowers are made to pay respect to martyrs at memorials. And those who lived and fought through the war are reminded of the battlefield, and their comrades who fought alongside them. In every nook and cranny of Dhaka, you will always be reminded of the revolutionary spirit evoked by the memories of 1971, especially with the war playing a huge role in shaping the city. Some monuments were built in memory of the sacrifices of the martyrs, and some were built to mark sites where horrible atrocities were committed. War memorabilia such as Shaheed…

Reading Time: 4 minutes Oftentimes the place we live in becomes a reflection of who we are. The way we shape and design our home tells a lot about our personality, tastes and interests. As individuals, we all are different and so are our lifestyles. Some people like to live a carefree life with little rules and want to live in a house that reflects that, like bohemian interior design. Others may want a contemporary look in their house. Shabby-chic interior design, on the other hand, can attract those who like the vintage look and feel in their homes. And for people who like to have a raw and edgy look and feel in their home interior, industrial interior design offers exactly that. What is an industrial interior design? This particular interior design is all about maintaining a raw, unpolished, and edgy look throughout your home. That is why in an industrial interior design,…

Reading Time: 4 minutes Carrying out inspections on older buildings needs detailed planning and careful effort. Without a thorough understanding and implementation of some fundamental steps, maintaining an older building is almost impossible. Maintaining is not about reacting to problems, it’s about preventing them from happening. Whether you are dealing with an older multistorey building or a single storey one that you inherited from your parents, maintenance must be backed by a solid inspection routine. But first, you need to know what to look for and where to look, and then you need to know how to carry out an inspection and maintain it. To that end, we have curated an excellent list of old building maintenance tips for you to follow. Walls The walls of an older building are prone to various types of damages. That is to say, constant exposure to water can affect the integrity of the wall as well as…

Reading Time: 4 minutes The idea of how cities are developed is rather complex to explain. There are so many factors and parameters interlinked with each other that taking one out of the picture might lead to the deformation of the idea. Although there is not enough evidence to assert what are the factors driving a city’s development, experts and theorists have speculated on the pre-conditions that might have been the driving force behind the development.  People first began agricultural activities during the Neolithic revolution. They built their colonies around the areas with rivers and water reservoirs so that they can take full advantage of the natural resources. This gave rise to many advantages, pottery was introduced, houses were built using timber and stones. That resulted in a population boom. But over time, as people’s ideology and philosophy change, it starts shaping their beliefs, culture, and customs. Slowly the parameters required for a city’s…