The most popular strategy that parents employ so that they can look out for their children, especially after they have passed away, is by investing in real estate. After all, a home not only provides a roof over one’s head, but also acts as financial security.
With the country expected to urbanise at a rate of around 36 percent this year and 50 percent by 2050, the focus will shift to tier-2 towns.
A property that has the potential to go under redevelopment is an uncertain bet. Apart from differences between existing tenants on a variety of issues, including the choice of the builder and the size of flats that get allotted to them post the redevelopment, you need to check if you have the patience to hold on.
Beyond the festivities and merrymaking, the festive season also presents a unique opportunity for individuals looking to make a significant investment – investing in real estate. We discuss various reasons why the festive season is the right time to invest in property.
The return of residential real estate after 8-9 years is a big driver for other businesses. As people invest in homes, it sets off a ripple effect that can boost economic growth.
Navigating the Indian luxury real estate market requires a refined approach and smart decision-making. Here are some tips to make that journey easier.
Goa has emerged as a preferred destination for second home buyers owing to high rental yields ranging from 4-10% approximately.
Enhancing the value of your property isn’t just a matter of pride; it’s a strategic move that can yield substantial returns on your investment.
Goa has been emerging as an attractive destination for investments in 2023. With significant investments in improving its infrastructure, including the construction of new highways, bridges, and airports. This has made it easier for tourists and investors to travel to and within Goa, potentially increasing demand for state-owned properties. Purchasing a property in Goa can provide not only rental income but also the opportunity to enjoy a vacation home or retire in a peaceful and picturesque setting.
Planning to buy a second home in Goa, especially now that the new airport in Mopa is operational? To start with, a prospective homebuyer should know that the Land of Beaches has emerged as a preferred choice among buyers of second homes on account of the high rental yields it offers. These typically range from 4 percent to as high as 15 percent for luxury sea-facing properties.