The Indian residential real estate industry has been seeing an upward trend with the easing of the COVID pandemic. Prospective homebuyers are now venturing into the market, and increasing numbers of investors are opting for site visits once again. Sales have grown steadily, and a large portion of investors are on the lookout for large and sophisticated residential units.
There are a number of developers of residential projects, both regional and national, and a vast array of choices available. A homebuyer today has every type of residential option available to them, ranging from affordable and mid-range to high-end luxury. However, deciding on a property to invest in must be done with due diligence and with keen attention to details.
Every homebuyer must study every aspect of properties carefully and studiously before deciding on investing their hard-earned money into them.
Legality – It is imperative to ascertain the legality of a property before investing. The property must adhere to all the laws, and all the paperwork must be in order. These will include adherence to RERA, the Land Acquisition Act, and the Land Registration Act, among others. You can enlist professional services to do a thorough background check on your property of choice.
Value – Real estate investment is one of the safest financial investments today and ensures good returns. However, it is crucial to invest in a property that will appreciate in the future. To this end, the location of the property, builder’s reputation, amenities provided, and local infrastructure are crucial aspects.
Type of Property – Homebuyers today are looking for spacious and luxurious residences that are multifunctional. It is important for a buyer to be clear about what type of property they are interested in. There are various options available today, from luxury apartments to premium plots, and each of these should be scrutinized carefully.
Tata Carnatica prelaunch residential township at Devanahalli, North Bangalore.