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Indian Real Estate

By Jack Macferson

India is a promising investment option for investors. Indian property sale market includes lands, land services, commercial real estate to residential property. Invest in commercial offices, hotels, guesthouses, resorts, bungalows, flats, offices, shops, industrial premises, malls and more, in any part of the country. Or if you are looking at investing in lands, you can invest in commercial land, agricultural land, land for schools, hospitals or resorts, land for houses, shopping malls and more. It has been found that returns in this market are even more profitable than any other investment plans like stocks, mutual funds, and fixed deposits schemes etc. This has been greatly aided by the home loan facilities given by banks and financial institutions. Corporate houses and even personal individuals have taken these loans to invest in this area. Invest in a profitable business venture in India's commercial capital Mumbai, or other metros such as Chennai, Kolkata or Bangalore. Set up an office or a residential complex in smaller cities such as Indore, Jaipur, Ahmedabad or Coimbatore. Make revenue from tourism by investing in hotels, guesthouses or resorts in kothi or Goa. Buy a magnificent villa in Kodaikanal or Mahabaleshwar. Property in India gives you such diversity. It is not without reason that India has emerged as a keen competitor in the global real estate market. Whatever you may be looking for? Seaside residential complexes, hillside retreats, bungalows, farmlands, agricultural lands, or apartments in bustling cities, everything is here in India. Find it all in magnificent India. The numerous job opportunities that the it and the it related industries have offered, has given even the middle class man the power to purchase in big metros and cities. The high and still promising growth rate of the real estate sector is clearly visible in the metros and even in the suburbs like that of gurgaon, the commercial capital of Haryana. The real estate sector is on an unrivalled high wherein the existent developers are growing and new developers are coming in. This market has grown from being a bare necessity to becoming one of the best investment options. The investors range from stock brokers to banks, individuals to groups of companies.

Demand is now exceeding supply, so there is an urgent requirement to raise money for its development and indisputably the real estate India market has emerged as the key destination for both the promoters and the investors. The Indian government has also contributed immensely to encourage the real estate market by offering NRI incentives and allowing the FDI or foreign direct investment. This labor and hard work has permitted the market to grow in a systematic way and gather a huge amount of revenue for our Indian economy.

If you know your Indian cities well, you will realize the bulk of real estate action is happening in the suburbs of top metros like construction activity, development of self-supporting infrastructure, etc. Will see the realty prices in these locations appreciate tremendously. Then too, many office spaces and it parks are mushrooming across Bangalore, Delhi and the NCR region, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad and Kolkata. Owning from just 500 - 1,000-sq. Ft. of residential space in the vicinity of these locations, you will be able to command any rental price from people working in these areas. Ever since a hub of industrial units including IT / ITES opened in Noida, the cost of property in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad (which adjoins Noida) shot up dramatically. According to a real estate expert, commercial property is the most lucrative generating 12% yield annually, while retail (malls) property could generate 8 to 9%. Whichever, way you look at it; the Indian real estate boom refuses to go away. Whether, you want to buy real estate for rental or end using purposes, you will find that in the long-term, you will be the winner, even though other investment avenues at present may yield more than the 5 - 6% of rental yields.

Rent a house or office, buy or sell house, apartment or commercial property, the options in Indian real estate are plenty. When you invest in property in India, rest assured that you are making a wise decision.

About the Author
Jack is an editor for is a real estate property search engine that provides an interface to find property in India, property laws in India, real estate agents and property dealers in India. You can send our feedback at

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