51% of urban Indians say festival season is a good time to invest in property

Around 51 percent of urban Indians think that the festival season, which typically runs from October to November, is a good time to invest in real estate, a survey has found, as developers ready offers to lure consumers. Men are most likely than women to say they will invest in property, the survey found.

As many as 70% respondents want to buy a second home within two years

With the COVID-19 pandemic appearing to have created several resets in real estate and the wider acceptance of work from anywhere, the demand for second homes has gone up.As many as 70 percent respondents want to invest in a second home priced at Rs 2 crore or less within two years, a survey by Savills India, amongst prospective homebuyers, has said.

Home Loan Interest is All-Time Low Now. Best Time to Buy a House?

With the festive season ahead, banks across India have started giving offers and providing concessions. One such phenomenon that has been going around recently is interest rates of home loans that find themselves at an all-time low across the country. One such recent entrant into the list of financial entities to slash their rates was Kotak Mahindra Bank.

Goan real estate market on a fast track amidst the pandemic

Buying a home in the favoured tourist destination Goa was once an aspiration for India’s elite. Since the onset of the pandemic, it is emerging as a need for a second home away from overcrowded cities. Remote workers who are able to log in from anywhere are increasingly snapping up homes in Goa, sending second home purchases skyrocketing since last year.

Goa – An emerging realty investment destination

Goa, the holiday paradise on earth has lately emerged as a holiday home and realty investment destination of India. Goa has consistently been a favoured vacationer goal for both domestic just as foreign visitors. Because of the development in the travel industry, the city has likewise risen as an investment destination for individuals for second home.

Top Trends Shaping Luxury Home Buying

After one of the most tumultuous years in modern history due to the COVID-19 pandemic, homebuyers are on the lookout for larger, greener properties. They are also moving towards suburbs, secondary cities and vacation destinations world over. Vaccines against the virus will bring urban centres back to life and high street life is slowly coming back.

Buying a retirement home at age 60 or above? 5 vital tips for you

Senior citizens often find it challenging to buy a home. Multiple factors like a stable job, regular income, high growth potential and a greater number of years left until retirement work in young borrowers’ favour while applying for a home loan, bBut most senior citizens/retirees on a pension income meet the home loan eligibility criteria.

Young buyers choose ROI over holiday potential in second homes

Your first home is where you live full-time—it is not an investment that you would earn from in the short term. With the Indian middle class and upper-middle class making more than ever before, second homes have continued to be a rage even during the pandemic. In many ways, the pandemic has pushed people to invest in a second home away from the city’s concrete jungle.

Resurgence of Indian real estate after a year of pandemic

Today, the second wave of coronavirus has imbued uncertainty in the sector resulting in a temporary pause, but developers are now better prepared and well-versed with the know-hows of a pandemic. India’s resilient and burgeoning real estate segment has always remained an investor’s favourite, and one of the most sought-after realty markets globally.

Relief for real estate sector as Goa CM cuts infrastructure tax

In a move that is likely to breathe life into the real estate sector, chief minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday announced that the infrastructure tax levied on the construction sector would be reduced by 30% for a period of six months from April 1. Sawant also promised to bring in “major reforms” in the functioning of planning and development authorities.