Indian real estate sector has witnessed high growth in the recent times with rise in demand for office as well as residential spaces. According to Colliers India, a property consultant, institutional investments in the Indian real estate sector are expected to increase by 4% to reach Rs. 36,500 crore (US$ 5 billion) in 2021, driven by rising interest of investors towards capturing attractive valuations amid the pandemic. According to a recent report by Colliers India, private equity investments in Indian real estate reached US$ 2.9 billion in the first half of 2021, which was a >2x increase from the first half in 2020.

In July 2021, the Securities and Exchange Board of India lowered the minimum application value for Real Estate Investment Trusts from Rs. 50,000 (US$ 685.28) to Rs. 10,000-15,000 (US$ 137.06 - US$ 205.59) to make the market more accessible to small and retail investors.

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The residential sector is expected to grow significantly, with the central government aiming to build 20 million affordable houses in urban areas across the country by 2022.

113% YoY Growth

Home Sales Volume

7% YoY Growth

in Institutional Real-Estate Investment

51% QoQ Growth

in New Project Launches

15-25% Return

on Investment

How to invest in real estate?

Some of the key points to consider before investing.

The first step is to identify your appetite for investment. The budget for purchase will have to be fixed depending upon one’s income and savings. Not only the property’s price, the statutory charges associated with property purchase including stamp duty, registration fee, brokerage, etc. will also have to be kept in mind.

To avail a home loan, make sure your credit score is in the ideal range. This can be checked on CIBIL’s portal online. In addition to the credit score, banks will check a loan taker’s EMI paying capacity by scrutinizing their documents including a statement of assets, bank statements, income tax returns, and salary slips.

While deciding which property to purchase, it is good to keep the location, amenities, and size of the flat in mind. Good development will maintain a balance between open spaces and built-up areas. If the property is for rental purposes, check that the rental yield in the locality is sustainable. Properties that are closer to popular office spaces and commercial hubs are ideal. They should be well connected to public transportation and should have schools and hospitals in their vicinity. Other things to keep in mind are whether the home has been owned before or you are the first owner.

Before purchasing the property make sure that the builder is a trusted name and can be relied upon to complete the project in the agreed-upon time frame. A good developer is one who delivers projects in a timely manner, follows municipal guidelines and building plans, uses quality materials and fittings in construction, and pays special attention to the architectural design.

The documents like title deed and registration papers have to be in order otherwise the property purchase will be null and void. It is a good idea to hire a real estate attorney who can look over these papers and make sure everything is in order. If the property has changed many hands, it is even more essential to check the papers properly to make sure no litigation is attached to any previous transactions on the property.

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