These investments are likely to be driven by broad-based growth on the back of a low-interest environment, continued monetary stimulus, improving revenue visibility across asset classes, and inclusive growth policy
The Coronavirus crisis was one of the most formidable challenges faced by the human race in a long time. Like every other sector of the economy, the real estate sector also faced hardships such as all-time low housing demand, negligible site visits, halted construction activities, and subdued confidence of homebuyers. However, after two spells of the pandemic, the real estate sector is resurgent and showing the green shoots of recovery
The muted growth in transactions is likely due to delays in the deal process influenced by travel restrictions. However, some funds with long term horizons have upped their risk appetite by investing in opportunistic asset portfolios. Listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) continued to raise low-cost debt and use the proceeds to acquire assets at attractive valuations
The Real estate industry of India was adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, just like the other sectors of the economy. Over the last month, numerous banks and housing finance companies (HFCs) have declared cuts in their home loan rates
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Brick-and-mortar is slowly emerging from the shadows of virtual sheen, as cuts in stamp duty and financing rates by top lenders such as HDFC, Kotak Mahindra and State Bank of India fuel a rally in property stocks.
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) is a relatively new asset class for investment by retail buyers in India. As in anything new, it is not fully understood and therefore can be intimidating. According to the new norms single REIT units can be traded like stocks. Therefore it is important to understand this asset class, if you are to invest in it.
The office in UAE will cater to the NRI and High-Net-Worth Individuals (HNWI) with project offerings spread across India, the property consultant said. The company has set an annual revenue target of Rs 1,000 crore from NRI sales in projects spread across Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru.
While job magnets like Mumbai or Bengaluru, may be the preferred cities for an average salaried-class individual looking to buy a house, for a large share of expat Indians who wish to invest in real estate in the country, it is the hometown that ranks above other investment destinations
If one takes the auto option, the money is automatically invested by the pension fund managers in accordance with the age of the investor.
An investor has to choose between active and auto options depending on how he/she wants the money to be invested in asset classes.
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When circling down, one must consider their financial profile and their risk appetite. How much risk are you willing to take, the investment horizon and various other important factors including your tax requirements must be considered
The price discounts expected by the Magicbricks survey respondents due to covid-19 ranged between 10% and 25%. Once lockdown is lifted, homebuyers will only return to market if they find prices being cut in accordance with their expectations
Property transactions in Coimbatore had a volatile year in 2020. Transactions comprising sales, lease and mortgages plummeted in the first quarter of 2020 owing to COVID-19 related lockdown. Our data on property registrations in Coimbatore reveals that a quick recovery in property registrations seen post-lockdown didn’t sustain very long. Overall, property transactions in Coimbatore follow a pattern wherein the most number of transactions are registered during the first quarter of the year
With uncertainties around the economy and jobs now stabilising, we are witnessing signs of growth in the real estate sector as well. Sales have started to pick up primarily driven by the affordable housing segment
Stride Ventures has led this round, participating through debt funding of Rs 20 crore in the company. Existing investors Accel Partners, Sequoia Capital, Evolvence India and JSW Ventures have also participated, infusing another Rs 40 crore in equity.
In the backdrop of general concerns over liquidity for real estate and rental assets, the deal assumes significance as the funding carries an interest rate of 7.35 per cent for tenure of 15 years with a structured repayment schedule.
Promoted by Kedaara Capital and Partners Group, Aavas is primarily engaged in the business of providing housing loan to customers belonging to low and middle-income segment in semi-urban and rural areas.