Real estate investors have every reason to believe that this industry will perform well in the coming year, especially with the government stepping up to support and encourage its expansion.
Each state should try to eliminate stamp duty and registration costs, as a few states have already stated they will, to maintain demand. The Government of Rajasthan stated itself as one of the primary players.
In 2022, the real estate sector performed admirably. For industries like residential housing projects and retail, the year may easily be referred to as a “turn-around year” because all of these sectors recovered from their COVID lows and had a significant year-over-year increase. For foreign firms, India’s growth has slowed, although local demand has remained stable.
India’s real estate industry is predicted to develop at a rate of 9.2%(CAGR) between 2023 and 2028, according to a survey. Because there will be more purchasers and interest rates on house loans will be lower, FY’23–24 will have a solid basis. According to estimates from many rating agencies, the Indian economy would expand by 8–9%, which will eventually fuel the real estate market’s expansion. More company activity, stronger job markets, and greater income levels are all factors that this expansion may be ascribed to; as a result, real estate demand will certainly increase.
The government has been creating and building infrastructure mega-projects including motorways, new airports, metros, etc. in addition to significant policy programs like “Housing for Everyone” and the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. These elements will encourage the expansion of real estate assets on both a quantitative and qualitative level. It’s intriguing to note that real estate in Tier 2 and Tier 3 areas will also experience tremendous growth, providing investors with sizable profits.
The places and types of property people are considering
These places are already being considered by several potential purchasers as alternatives to busy and highly populated cities. Cities in Tiers 2 and 3 are quickly becoming real estate hotspots, where a booming housing market continues to support the development of the entire infrastructure. These localities will compete with metropolitan regions and provide a variety of residential and commercial investment options in the upcoming fiscal year (FY) 23–24. Moreover, ready-to-move-in homes will continue to be in high demand in 2023–2024.
While increasing interest rates are unsettling, there will also be an increase in demand for bigger, more luxurious houses. The demand for holiday homes has surged as a result of the acceptance of WFH and hybrid working arrangements. In 2023–2024, we project that these trends will persist.
Impact of Real Estate Ventures on the Market
India has invested much in its infrastructure recently, aiding travel, commerce, and residential development. In addition to the residential expansion, one of the sector’s appealing subsectors is commercial real estate. The country’s e-commerce sector’s growth has significantly raised the need for warehouses. Also, as the manufacturing of products like smartphones, APIs (active pharmaceutical ingredients), and other items is anticipated to rise rapidly, the government’s PLI program is greatly increasing demand for the warehousing business. The need for contemporary warehouses near these sites will rise as a result.
Finally, we can conclude that those who are involved in the real estate industry have every reason to believe that this industry will do well in the upcoming year, especially with the government stepping up to support and encourage its expansion.
(Source of data: financialexpress.com)