Today India is a $2 Trillion economy and by 2020, Forbes estimates that India will be the third largest economy in the world reaching $10T. Most of the growth is expected to be internal, with the size of middle class growing to approximately 50% of the population. In the past decade or so, the affluent middle class, especially in the metros of India have invested all their savings into real estate, buying second and third homes creating a huge “demand” for housing. This combined with a lot of Black Money locked into the Real Estate has made housing affordable only to the top 1% of the population. Houses take longer to sell but the price keeps going up! Recently the Government announced that the Real Estate market will be opening up to FDI (Foreign Direct Investment), which will only inflate the prices even more. If you are wondering where we are going with this, hang on, we are getting to the point…
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