While Bengaluru is one of the trendiest investment locations due to tremendous commercial expansion over the years, Hyderabad continues to provide real estate at lower prices. Even though both cities have different characteristics, choosing between the two might take time and thought. This blog offers a complete guide to weighing the advantages and disadvantages of Hyderabad vs Bengaluru.
Despite surging real estate prices and home loan rates, a recent report by NAREDCO and Housing.com, dated September 21, indicates that investors continue to favour real estate assets over gold, stocks, and fixed deposits. The report, titled "Residential Realty Consumer Sentiment Outlook H2 2023 – Trends and Insights," reveals that 48 percent of survey participants express a preference for real estate investment, with 18 percent opting for the stock market, 19 percent choosing fixed deposits, and 15 percent selecting gold.
When considering real estate investments, the choice between metropolitan areas and smaller cities is a pivotal decision that can shape an investor's portfolio and financial future. Both options present distinct advantages and drawbacks, making it crucial for investors to thoroughly understand the dynamics of each choice before committing capital. This article aims to delve into the complexities of investing in metros versus other cities, offering insights that will empower investors to make well-informed decisions that align with their objectives.
Buying a home is sometimes an emotional roller coaster ride. The home you select should cater to your entire family’s needs, promise safety, and offer amenities to lead the kind of lifestyle you want. If you are in the market looking for a new home to start your life or for an investment purpose, three options are awaiting you – flats, villas, and plots. Each of these property types has something unique to offer and this makes it difficult to decide which one of these will be the right choice for you.
NRI real estate investment is growing in India with the improvements in the Indian real estate market. The government has also introduced reforms in the Land Acquisition Act, the Real Estate Regulatory Bill, relaxation of FDI rules, etc., which have improved the overall property market dynamics for NRI investment in India. NRIs invest in India, as they earn a considerable amount of passive income in the form of rentals. Moreover, they also can settle in India if desired. The property market in India is showing a better growth trajectory, so it is the best time for NRI investment.
But before buying property in India, here are seven things that NRIs should consider.
Investing a considerable amount of your savings in what would perhaps be your most prized asset, your house, can leave you with many doubts. Right from financing the purchase to selecting the builder, it encompasses numerous aspects. With Gudi Padva around the corner, booking a house may just be on your mind. Find below a five-step guide that addresses common queries, provides unique pointers and takes you through the process of home buying.
When investing in real estate, it is typical to purchase properties with the intention of earning income and maybe making money through expansion over time. To generate cash flow, provide wealth-building opportunities, and assure long-term capital growth, it’s critical to leverage your initial investment. By putting your money into real estate, which can generate a reliable source of cash flow, you can earn recurring income through rental payments. Additionally, if the value of the property increases over time, you might be able to sell it for a profit, thereby increasing your overall wealth. However, market changes, difficulties with managing rental properties, and probable economic downturns are some of the risks connected with real estate investing. As a result, it’s crucial to conduct in-depth research, consider the risks and potential rewards, and make informed investment decisions. It could be beneficial to get advice from professionals like real estate agents, financial consultants, or attorneys to guide you through the investment process and help you make wise decisions.
Millennials have been one of the prime driving forces for the real estate industry in India over the last few years. Particularly after the pandemic, the real estate sector managed to make a strong comeback especially due to the keen interest of the millennials. In case you belong to this category of investors, it would be wise to remember some essential tips.
Rising inflation and change in policy stance by the US Federal Reserve and other central banks including the Reserve Bank of India are seen as key risks for equity markets in 2022 including the new Covid variant Omicron
Times have been tumultuous since the last year due to the onset of the ongoing Covid – 19 pandemic . Countries around the world went into a lockdown, economic health of nations deteriorated/, and stock markets plummeted. However, despite the depressing market sentiment, the real estate market in India has recorded solid growth
In This Blog, we discuss top SCO Plots in Gurgaon offered by different builders. SCO means Shop-cum-office spaces is a new way to invest your money in real estate or commercial property.SCO plots are considered freehold commercial property where builders give and offer plots space to clients to create their shop and office to build on that area. In Sco plots clients can create their shop, office space, retail space restaurant, etc. Bringing Together The Best Of Retail And Office. Ensuring That Your Business Takes Off From A Perfect Setting You Can Expect. Bringing together all the resources for a world-class commercial cum retail hub. By reading this blog you will get crystal clear knowledge of which commercial property in Gurgaon is best suited for you as per your needs and desire
An ICICI Securities report expects momentum to be carried forward from October onwards during the festive season and sees developers to post record sales booking numbers in the second half of the financial year.
Selling your house and moving on is one of the most important events in your life. To ensure you get a good price, the first step is to know your property’s worth and the factors that will affect it positively as well as negatively. All of us want only the best when it comes to owning land or home, and your potential buyers, depending on who you target, will have multiple factors in mind. It can get overwhelming, but don’t worry.
The real estate sector is quite complex and every real estate project undergoes a series of steps before the final finished product is ready for use. Each of these stages in a real estate project requires capital and each stage of investment has its own characteristics. Here are some options for investors to consider to time their real estate investment.
Air quality is an inevitable issue for home investors. With such a scenario, cities like Dehradun has emerged as a promising land for better living standard and pure air quality. Thus, a huge rush to buy properties in Dehradun
UK based global conglomerate SRAM & MRAM Group, today signed a historic association with Area CAS Developers and Infrastructure Private Limited (Area Group), and Gupta Builders and Promoters Private Limited (GBP Group) of India
Mumbai’s branded and luxury housing segment reaped most of the benefits after the state announced a reduction in stamp duty. Between January and March 2021, the low interest rates and stamp duties significantly benefited this segment as per available statistics. However, during the second wave of the pandemic and consequent lockdown, the sales of homes underwent a steep drop. Besides, the stamp duty was raised to 5% from April 2021. All these adverse factors affected the sales of apartments
The deal is expected to be worth more than Rs 1,000 crore, with the complex in Gurugram’s Udyog Vihar costing Rs 600-700 crore. The buildings together have about one million square feet of space, with over 90% of it occupied.
Raymond had entered into a lease agreement with its wholly-owned subsidiary Pashmina Holdings Ltd in March 1994, pursuant to which it granted a lease of four duplex flats situated in JK House to Pashmina for nine years.
A press release said projects executed through the Housing for All Scheme, those implemented under the financial assistance from the World Bank and Asian Development Bank for urban poor, were discussed on the occasion.