According to the global survey by Knight Frank, the majority of Indian corporates expect a hike in the portion of their real estate space requirement over the coming three years amidst the ongoing pandemic.
In the second wave of COVID-19 prices are likely to remain constant and if the circumstances continue to be the same or worsen at some point in time, then a lowering in the prices of property is also expected
The leading banks have shortened their lending and home loan interest rates for a limited period of time, through offering an opportunity to the buyers to avail of home loans at a lower rate of interest.
COVID-19 can spread in any place, even places where you feel completely safe, like your home. Here we are giving some tips on what you can do to keep COVID-19 away from your home.
Justlead conducted a webinar on Realty Analysis on 23rd April 2020. Mr. Raghav Mishra was the keynote speaker of the webinar. This Realty analysis was mainly focused on the realty sector's last year experience,
Prices of the property stood at 5.9 times the annual income of an average buyer, For FY2000. In FY2020, the income of the average buyer they are 3.3 times.
Demand for a home office or study, while homeownership has gained prominence in the post-COVID era and larger and more spacious homes with enhanced facilities are also on top priority now for home buyers.
The Budget 2021 announcement shortly Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will begin. From Union Budget 2021 here’s what the real estate industry gained.
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