5 Reasons to Invest in Real Estate

 

how-to-invest-in-real-estate-image1Now Kerala being a well known tourist destination, the property costs are heightening every day; other main considerations adding to the spiraling rates could be the various up and coming government ventures including airplane terminals, seaports and additionally the metro rail being gotten ready for Kozhikode and Trivandrum, beside further extension of the one in Kochi. These three noteworthy urban areas are likewise pulling in individuals and real estate brokers are not a long ways behind in offering them present day homes and workplaces with all the most recent advances close by. People hurry to make their investment into land in Kerala has additionally pulled in the deceitful operators in this line of business, to such an extent, that the government has ordered a mandate to direct land in the state; making Kerala just the second state after Maharashtra to institute such a law. Kochi keeps on being the favored decision for most NRIs. The reason behind this includes the connectivity, accessibility of good schools, hospitals, colleges and additionally the employment opportunities.

5 major factors that will continue to drive investment into emerging residential real estate.

1. Bullish Economy Stimulates High Demand

India has been demonstrating an over 7% growth rate, much higher than the global average that is in tune of 2-3%. Although Chinese economy has cooled down, when compared to the double digit growth rates that has been a norm over the last decade- the country is expected to grow at 6.5 & 6.0% respectively in 2017 & 2018. It is substantially higher than most if its counterparts in the developed world.

2. Higher Capital Appreciation & Rental Yields

Higher economic growth trajectories are inducing increased demand for real estate properties in emerging markets, thereby ensuring better capital appreciation & rental yields. . With higher growth forecast & lowering of housing loan rates, markets are soon expected to pick up in India.

3. Rise in Credit Growth

Expansion in the credit markets in the emerging economies will further accelerate the growth of the housing sectors. According to IMF report on credit growth, that has captured the annual credit growth in 45 major economies in Q3, 2016- emerging economies hold a dominating position. As seen below, 4 out of the top 5 countries are from the emerging world.

4. Expanding Middle Class & Favorable Demographics

In conjunction with steady economic growth & expanding credit market, the rising middle class could be a perfect ingredient for an exponential rise in the housing industry. With more number of middle class populace reaching maturity, the demand for housing will remain high in the emerging economies. In India the total volume of Middle class stands at around 5% of the total population, but it is increasing steadily & is expected to reach 200 million by 2020.

5. Unfolding Reforms Will Ensure Safer & Fairer Practices

Till recently, real estate industry in most of the major emerging markets was unstructured with low levels of transparency. Investing in such markets was termed as a high return & high risk affair. However, notable steps are being taken by the government to promote transparency, limit the role of speculators & ensure hassle free transactions. These initiatives-manifested through heightened digitization & wider policy level reforms will be a major game changer in the emerging real estate industry.

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