As the realty sector is highly dependent on bank financing for both builders and customers, it was anticipated that rising rates will impact post-pandemic recovery and slow down sales.
Real estate investment or buying property in Goa is set to become costlier with the MOPA Airport starting operations soon. The new airport will be a growth multiplier for real estate demand in the coastal state of India which is already enjoying a bull run after the pandemic.
The residential real estate sector in India has once again proved to be a bright spot by contributing to the country’s overall GDP, thereby making the economy more vibrant and optimistic.
Real estate is often described as one of the safest investment options. Despite several investment avenues that are available today, several youngsters aspire to buy property at a young age. Let’s understand the reason behind this trend.
The growth comes after a lull of several years and the housing finance companies are well poised to tap this opportunity aided with sectoral reforms such as RERA and GST that have brought in the much needed transparency
Indian house prices are set to accelerate this year to a pace not seen in half a decade, according to a Reuters poll of property analysts who also warned that higher interest rates will crimp affordability, especially for first-time buyers.
Renting out property comes with its set of challenges for safeguarding the property. If you are considering renting out your property, then here is a checklist to help you expedite the process.
The construction of the Mopa airport located in the North Goa district is 75 percent complete. The ambitious Mopa airport project’s success shows the strength of the BOT model. The airport is widely expected to lend momentum to the state’s real estate.
If you are a Non-resident Indian (NRI) looking to purchase property here, then this is a good time because the real estate market in India has never looked as lucrative in the last few decades as it does now.
Sales for vacation homes have sky-rocketed in the last couple of years. Purchasing a second home is often not just about investment, but also about a lifestyle choice, an alternate residence, a future residence, or simply diversifying assets.