In recent times, economies across the globe have experienced post-pandemic disruptions, escalating geopolitical situations, and high inflation. This period was also seen as a phase of recovery for the Indian economy.
According to a report by JLL India, sales of apartments in January-March across seven major cities in India have increased by 20% to 62,040 units, marking the highest quarterly sales in the last 15 years.
The city’s real estate market has seen significant growth over the past few years, driven by factors such as population growth, the rise of the IT and manufacturing sectors, infrastructure development, investment opportunities and government support.
The residential real estate sector has been greatly impacted by home inspections in recent years.
Andheri East and Powai are dominating the realty charts in the city due to excellent track record of developers, easy access to modern amenities and booming infrastructure
Housing sales in India’s top seven cities--Mumbai, Delhi NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, and Pune--in 2022 hit 215,000 units, a decadal high, real estate consultancy JLL said in a report.
A survey conducted by R&R By Rise showed that the mood of the buyers clearly points to good times for the real estate segment in Delhi-NCR.
A major factor behind the high sales in big-ticket homes in Mumbai and other top cities is believed to be the central government’s move to limit capital gains tax deductions to Rs 10 crore.
Unlike their previous generations, millennials have a quintessential approach to buying property. Unlike their predecessors, they see a house not just as a commodity but as an indulgent investment.
Why pay rent when you can pay your EMI and own an asset? This is the hottest argument we have with our parents, friends, or bank relationship managers.
Mumbai, the financial capital of India, has always been at the top of the buyers’ real estate list. It is the city with the fastest-growing economy and infrastructure development.
From apartments to plots, the residential real estate sector has witnessed a paradigm shift in the buyer’s persona as the demand for plotted developments in southern India has increased in recent years.