Five Trends Breaking the Monotony of Indian Real Estate Market

Change is the only constant thing in life. Nothing remains the same. In Indian real estate market also many changes have been observed recently. Among the many different factors which are bringing out a promising outlook of Indian Real Estate, there are few trends which are breaking the monotony.

Five Trends Breaking the Monotony of Indian Real Estate Market

Five Trends Breaking the Monotony of Indian Real Estate Market

Crowd-funding

Crowd-funding is acting as a help for innovators and inventors to raise money for launching their products or services through the Internet. Crowd-Funding involves raising small amounts of money online, from many people across the globe, to finance a project or venture. It turned out to be really helpful for the new small-scale builders to get easy financial help and survive in this highly-competitive market. [Read more…]

Tier II and Tier III Cities- The Future of Indian Real Estate

Tier II and Tier III are smaller cities as compared to the metropolises. These are the cities with populations of one million and less than a million respectively. Tier II are regional hubs such as state capitals or industrial areas like Pune, Dehra Dun, Cochin. Tier III cities are minor cities like Nasik, Baroda, Madurai, etc. that are just beginning to wake up and take form.

Tier II and Tier III Cities- The Future of Indian Real Estate

Congestion in big cities has pushed people and industries towards smaller cities. Hence Tier II and III come into play and are the future of real estate. Tier II and Tier III cities come with a myriad benefits. Governments also play a major role in the development of these small cities. The channeling of investments by major building houses is because of affordability and availability. Properties are easily available and at affordable prices. One can buy real estate property in Dehradun, Lucknow, Baroda and Pune at rates more affordable than their metropolitan neighbours. [Read more…]