Financial changes boost the real estate segment – by Shravan Gupta

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 15: India is projected to be the world’s largest economy. Real estate is growing at a steady pace and is bound to grow more in the coming months. Experts like Shravan Gupta, MGF, feel it promises to be a good year for the sector. There are several financial changes that hold the potential to impact the sector. Any financial change has the power to boost or lessen the demand.

The real estate sector is the second-largest growing sector. Every day we see many new buildings and projects rising in every Indian city. This is a sign of progression and promising development for builders and buyers alike. The Value Of the Indian economy has grown around the world. This changing viewpoint has made Real estate more lucrative too. We are seeing a spate of new investors and projects. These have been made possible due to financial changes. Any financial change holds the power to boost real estate and make it a new story. This can play an essential role in the real estate sector.

A Budding Market.

Indian real estate has caught the eye of the world. Every day more and more new commercial and residential complexes are coming up in tier 2 and tier 3 cities. This is a sign of good financial changes in the sector. Some of the benefits are due to the enhanced level of NRI Investment. The land availability is high in tier 2 and 3 cities and attracts many new investments. It has been made possible due to factors like:

– Low lending rate.

– Government plans.

– Affordable housing schemes.

Shravan Gupta, MGF Group says these have proven beneficial in boosting the real estate sector. The benefit of low lending rates has been passed on to new home buyers. 

Low Lending Rates.

Housing loans are being offered at an all-time low rate. A change made possible due to government moves and developers’ incentives. Some Banks offer home loans which are as low as 7%. This has proven critical in drawing new buyers and investors to invest in homes. Shravan Gupta, MGF Group, says it has boosted sales in the housing segment. Today people have more money in hand, and real estate is viewed as a safe bet. Low-interest rates have prompted people to invest in new homes and reap their dividends in future.

Governmental intervention.

Government has several new financial schemes like Awas yojana with the aim of boosting sales. This has increased the funding of many new housing projects. Shravan Gupta, MGF Group, feels this will boost sales and attract new home buyers.

The Future scenario

Indian real estate has grown due to financial changes and its positive impact. A strong economy boosts the demand for new homes and attracts new investors. Real estate market experts are quite bullish about this change. There is a feeling it will continue till the end of a few months. The houses have been more affordable due to enhanced buying power. A scenario which will make real estate the new story of 2023.

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