As citizens born and brought up in the Digital Age, Millennials are a tech-savvy generation that is hugely influenced by Social Media. Most of them don’t remember a time when it didn’t affect their lives and thought processes, and influence their decision-making about everything – from fashion to buying a home!
For real estate investors, buying a plot of land is a sure shot way to ensure long-term returns. Land is a stable asset that has the potential to appreciate many times its original value. Compared to other property types, a plot of land gives a better RoI and considerable flexibility in how it could be used.
Bangalore will witness a rise in demand from the sops announced in the Union Budget 2019. This, in addition to attractive offers by developers in upcoming localities, will definitely see Bangalore’s real estate market skyrocket. Let’s take a look at how the 4 regions have grown and where investing makes sense.
Senior-centric housing in India, only took-off about 15 years ago but is a fast-growing niche real-estate market today with several big developers entering the fray. The Mantri Group in Bangalore, Pune’s Paranjape Group and the
Financial Year 2019- 2020- What’s in store?
If you are a NRI with a keen interest in real estate, growing your assets, or preferably both – your dream is just a smart investment away. Invest now and sit back to watch your real estate portfolio yield sizeable returns. Catch the real estate wave now to ride the profit wave in the next few years.
In a growth economy like India being a proud property owner is often a dream come true for the self-employed workforce. However, buying a home is not such a simple process for this segment as compared to the regular salaried class. Let’s find out more.
Property inspection by qualified Home Inspectors is a common practice in the West, but hasn’t quite caught on yet in India. However, given the importance of the exercise, it is essential that investors inspect the property they are interested in. Here is a basic Checklist to begin with during the first home visit.
Investing in real estate is a great way to build wealth, and investing in commercial real estate, in particular, provides higher returns than investing in residential property. Whether you want to invest in commercial property for self-use or rental yield, it is a decision which while not difficult, must be made after thorough research of the market in general and the selected property in particular.
Sarjapur experienced a boom in real-estate activity that has only intensified over the last decade, turning what was once a sleepy, forgotten village into a highly sought after commercial and residential location. Investors in Sarjapur property can look forward to steadily increasing capital values and rental returns every year. Let’s find out why!