News & Views on Indian Real Estate

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Mumbai Real Estate-Overview & Trends

So you are attempting to understand the real estate position in Mumbai, but you are not clear in your mind the market picture of real estate in massive Mumbai? To help you, here is a preview of real estate market in Mumbai. Mumbai is going to be the town of the potential. According to the facts & figures, the real estate sector is growing at a blistering 30 per cent annually. Mumbai real estate is among the most expensive in the world - more than that of Tokyo or New York - and there is no shortage of those who can afford to pay. Some of the few successfully completed real estate projects in Mumbai are new airport at Navi Mumbai, New Suburban Trains Project, Bandra-Worli Sealink Project, Santacruz-Chembur Link Project, De -congestion of Prime CBD areas, Current Transportation systems, New Bridges Project, Sprawling Townships Project, Shopping Malls, IT Software Parks, Office complexes and development of Property investment proposition. Now, the city is undergoing redevelopment and restructuring. Various big real estate developers & constructors like DLF, Akruti, Parasvnath are bidding for the redevelopment of Dharavi which is Asia’s biggest slum and Mumbai’s biggest mess. Another interesting trend taking place in Mumbai is the remodeling of commercial spaces to retail spaces. With the property values of commercial spaces touching the sky, developers find it difficult to sell their commercial/office property. Hence, many of them are positioning their property as retail space in a hope to find more takers. Mumbai property market is a case in point. This market needs to be studied carefully as most the property trends arise from this market.

Anonymous said...

gud post interesting

Anonymous said...

But at present mumbai is very costly.A middle class person cann't afford to buy own house because in the last 2 years the prices of the Real estate is very costly.

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