Sharia law and finding a good neighborhoodOctober 17, 2015 at 4:35 pm
Of course when you’re staying compliant with sharia law and in accordance with sharia law rules, you’ll want to be sure that you find the Islamic finance product that keeps you free from usury. There are many variables that you have to work through, but one of the starting points that you’ll need to tackle first is deciding on which neighborhood you want to live in. You can use the same process you did when you decided on Islamic loan products that follow sharia law because this deductive reasoning will put you in a neighborhood that suits both your budget and lifestyle. It’s critical to take a few moments and look around the neighborhood to get a good first impression. But perhaps what’s even more important is to go at different times so you can get a feel for what goes on during weekends and after the sun goes down. It’s quite often the case that a neighborhood that might look perfectly fine during the day has an unusual element of partygoers at night who just can disrupt entire streets. Sharia law dictates that you should be very thorough and that means looking over the house from top to bottom with a home inspector for not only a small things you can fix yourself but for structural damage that might take you out of the running for the place.