Despite the lockdown, the ANAROCK Group has successfully closed sales of 240 homes worth INR 214.6 Cr. and 62 office spaces collectively worth INR 37 Cr.
The COVID-19 pandemic and coronavirus lockdown are all set to derail the growth momentum of affordable housing in 2020, reveals ANAROCK’s latest report.
The Covid-19 pandemic had considerable impact on the Indian housing sector with a 42% y-o-y drop in residential sales in the first quarter of 2020, says ANAROCK.
The strict advisories for complete lockdown across cities will impact housing sales during the upcoming festivals, to buy homes.
Senior living homes have become a respectable real estate category - one which, in times of the COVID-19 scare, gains even more relevance
Despite lower rentals, Indian coworking fails to attract major MNCs the way it does in European nations, reveals ANAROCK report on emerging asset classes.
Indian residential real estate is increasingly driven by end-users - and women homebuyers are emerging as major contributors towards this trend.
According to ANAROCK-LIC’s Consumer Sentiment Survey – H2 2019, policy interventions like 25K Crore AIF, tax concessions have boosted homebuyer confidence.
In a significant trend seen in the last decade, homebuyers in NCR had to wait for the longest time to get possession of their flats among the top 7 cities.
Coliving, coworking and student housing have 7-11% higher rental yield than 3% national residential average, according to a CII-ANAROCK report.