kamal prakash's articles

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In 2020, the average apartment size was 1,150 square feet, and in 2019 it was 1,050 square feet. In the seven largest cities, there is an average growth of apartments by 10%. With the covid-19 pandemic making working from home new and normal, homebuyers are now opting for larger apartments. The average apartment size increased […]
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Hyderabad Residential Market is witnessing significant growth since the pandemic lockdown has come to normality, various measures taken by governments and the financial institutions has boosted the strength of builders to gear up their stalled projects, and the increased demands for houses has pushed the builders to come up with lucrative offers to sell off […]
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In this heavily dynamic phase of the market, predicting the upcoming conditions can seem quite difficult. Everyone in the real estate sector is chasing profits and it is important to maintain your position in this ever-evolving and competitive market. From the last two-three years, the real estate industry is going through a transitional period, so […]
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According to a recent survey, 65% of home buyers say they buy a home because real estate prices are constant for years, interest rates on mortgages are low, and many builders offer significant discounts. Covid-19’s pandemic affects almost every sector and industry in the world, including real estate. But there are several opportunities in every […]
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The current blockade of the coronavirus crisis has had a major impact not only on the global economy, but on the vast majority of sectors around the world, including real estate. However, every crisis has opportunities, and Covid-19 looks the same. According to the ANAROCK Consumer Sentiment Survey, this is an attempt to measure home […]
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Real estate is a very important asset class, with market and stock price uncertainty. It’s more and more valuable. The momentum of affordable housing will accelerate after the announcement of the RBI, as it injects liquidity in the market. During this time, salaried workers have a hard time paying rent, which drives up affordable housing […]
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The country’s government has worked to bridge this obvious housing gap between rich and poor, with an ambitious initiative that promises to ensure “housing for all” by 2022. Developers and analysts say the plan has so far delivered results. conflicting, but believe that the government remains firmly committed to supporting the economic segment of the […]
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Research shows that demand for residential real estate, although currently stagnant, could show signs of a gradual recovery in 6-12 months as COVID-19’s impact diminishes. About one-fifth, or 21%, of end-users, may return to the market during this time period, but a significant 70% do not plan to buy a home within a year. According […]

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