Goa Sees Real Estate Boom With New Airport Inauguration

Industry reports project that the Mopa airport will attract investments of Rs 2,700 crore by 2030, focusing primarily on the development of luxury and eco hotels, nature and wellness resorts, and homestays. This influx of investment is set to diversify the region’s tourism and real estate landscape significantly.

Tourism: A Catalyst For Real Estate Growth

The inauguration of the new International Airport at Mopa, Goa also led to an increase in tourism, thus impacting the demand for vacation rental homes, hotels, and stay options in Goa. Capital values in surrounding areas have thus doubled in the last three years.

Flurry of development due to Mopa Airport

The North Goa region is on the brink of a construction boom, with a surge of development activity taking place near the Manohar International Airport (MIA), an area that has traditionally lagged behind socio-economically. This previously overlooked zone is now bustling with a multitude of development ventures. In addition to the contemporary amenities housed within the airport premises, there are ambitious mega projects valued at Rs 2,300 crore on the horizon.

MOPA Airport to Attract Rs 2.7k Cr Realty Investments in the Region

Mopa Airport is likely to draw about Rs 2,700 crore of investments from builders and hoteliers until 2030 as the upcoming North Goa Aviation gateway becomes the transport hub replacing Dabolim.

Post MOPA, North Goa might become a goldmine for real estate activities

Historically, airports have been catalysts of real estate activities. Airports are large-scale logistic projects that can seamlessly connect a region with the rest of India and the world, thereby bringing the spotlight on the region.