Four Guidelines to Follow Before You Buy Real Estate in India

Prospective homebuyers who are eager to buy realestate in India should know that the Indian real estate market is highly dynamic changing constantly during the course of each year. Because the Indian real estate sector is in a state of constant flux, buyers often feel daunted and find it difficult to judge the correct value of a property and to accurately judge the investment potential of a house.

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The few tips below, if they are followed, will relieve buyers from a great deal of guesswork they will face when they decide to buy a house.

Follow Price Trends for the Locality

For most households a new house is the biggest investment they will make in their lifetime. Before deciding to buy a particular house, the investor should be certain that the property they buy will prove to be an asset for them over the long term. Thus prospective buyers should always track the price trends of the locality where they are considering buying a house. To do this, prospective homebuyers should learn of the prevailing price and compare it to the price at which properties had been sold in the past. Learning of the real estate price movements over the past three years in a locality or region will provide a useful estimate of the direction home prices are heading. Gathering information about home prices in the past will also help prospective buyers arrive at a reliable estimate for home prices in a locality in the future.

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Understand The Growth Drivers

After understanding the price trend in a locality, buyers should try to understand why prices have risen or dropped in the region. According to the best real estate sites in India, micro and macro factors have an impact upon the price of property in a region. If new social and civic infrastructure is created or is planned in a locality this usually leads to higher real estate prices in that region. Macro factors including changes in interest rates, tax reform, and regulatory guidelines also result in changes in realty prices.

Who Does the Market Favor?

It’s important to understand whom the market favors. If a market is a buyers market it means that the number of properties for sale exceeds the number of buyers who are willing to buy at the prevailing prices in that market. Thus a buyer’s market is one where buyers have the upper hand because sellers have fewer willing buyers they can sell to.

In a sellers market, those who are selling the property call the shots because the number of willing buyers exceeds the number of those willing to sell a property in that market.

A prospective buyers can judge for himself whom the market favors by gathering data about how long properties in a region remain on the market before they are sold.

Regions With Potential for Spillover Demand

Buyers who have been focused on home buying in central regions should realize that certain parts of a city are susceptible to spill over demand after more central regions become saturated with developments. Because the regions near central regions already have easy access to good social infrastructure that lies in the central region, once the central region becomes saturated, the surrounding underdeveloped and inexpensive regions become highly desirable localities to live in. According to this property site, prices in the surrounding underdeveloped regions begin to rise dramatically due to demand which spills over from central regions.


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