The Indian Real Estate Market Investment Options
The real estate in India may be an industry with high transaction costs and lacking in complete transparency; but it is fulfilling the desires of domestic and overseas investors. India, the world's second-fastest-growing economy, after China, with its new business policies has focused completely on infrastructure development thereby driving up the demand for housing developments and commercial growth as the industries.
Speaking about the current developments, the country's multi - billion real estate market is growing enormously at a 30 percent annual rate, which is huge to say the least. With the economy expected to continue at such a rapid rate -- the rate is almost 8 percent -- and an expanding middle class looking for quality apartments, shopping malls and a bunch of stores, the forecasts are on a positive note. Analysts have predicted that the real estate market will continue to grow at least during the next decade.
The increase in the acquisition of the property in India is no longer in the hands of the rich now with easy loan options the middle class has also got the opportunity to buy properties in India. Real estate has always been considered as an income-generating asset. Indeed, real estate is a return yielding investment option, as it gives certain returns as well as it provides capital appreciation. This scenario is presently very rosy in India.
For investors seeking the high returns in the real estate sector, India has become an important indispensible option. India has been encouraging the Non Resident Indians (NRIs) with incentives in taxes and concession in foreign direct investments (FDI), thereby attracting them towards India for investing who are now assured about their real estate investments and consistently rewarding profits. Even the RBI has allowed a relaxation in rules further for NRIs with respect to the use of foreign exchange in real estate market. Besides in India, real estate investment returns are among the highest in the world.
Every NRI dreams to have a base in their own land and now all this has become very easy for the investor. The rental rates in India are rising consistently in the world as the returns are increasing on investment on the capital value of the real estate. Investment in commercial property is also been fruitful as well, where the returns are as high as 10 to 15 per cent, while residential property is and always been in demand. Looking at the current property prices and housing loan interest rates, investing in real estate in India is a worthwhile option.
All these features have made the Indian real estate market one of the best and brought a big smile on the investors’ faces.
Rahul - About Author:
For properties in the NCR region, you should consider booking flats for sale in Indirapuram, 2 BHK Flats in Indirapuram, as the Cloud 9 Indirapuram project, which are available for booking at cheap rates.
Published by Abhay Singh on January 9th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Mantri on June 13th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Abhay Singh on January 27th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Sadhna Singh on June 19th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by James Blee on June 16th 2012 | Finance
Published by Abhay Singh on January 2nd 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Simmie on November 28th 2011 | Real Estate
Published by Abhay Singh on January 24th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Mike Nicholson on January 17th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Abhay Singh on January 12th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Sanjay Kumar on July 18th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Abhay Singh on January 16th 2012 | Real Estate
Published by Abhay Singh on January 19th 2012 | Real Estate