Luxury Real Estate: The preferred choice for discerning homebuyers and astute investors

Luxury Real Estate The preferred choice for discerning homebuyers and astute investors

Luxury real estate has ascended to unprecedented heights, becoming the premier choice for discerning homebuyers and savvy investors worldwide. In the dynamic realm of investments, 2023 stands as a testament to the escalating interest in opulent properties across the globe. This surge isn’t happenstance; it mirrors a fusion of factors propelling affluent investors towards these esteemed assets. Notably, the Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR) emerges as the epicentre of this trend, boasting a remarkable 54% surge in luxury housing sales. Gurugram spearheads this movement, with transformative markets like Golf Course Extn Road and Dwarka Expressway emerging as the upcoming realty hotspots.

The global appeal of luxury real estate is undeniable. Astute investors, amidst a thriving global economy, seek more than just financial returns—they crave unparalleled magnificence. Luxury properties, ranging from lavish condos to expansive villas and metropolitan skyscrapers, magnetize wealth from diverse corners of the world. This trend isn’t just about owning an asset; it embodies an experience, symbolizing status and sophistication. According to a report by CII-Anarock, preferences for 3BHKs and 2BHKs dominate, while a growing six percent seek homes exceeding the 3BHK configuration.

India’s dynamic shift in the luxury real estate landscape is notable. Fuelled by a burgeoning economy and escalating disposable incomes, there’s a soaring appetite for opulent residences. A refined cadre of buyers, well-travelled and in tune with global design trends, seeks bespoke living spaces echoing their discerning tastes. What’s intriguing is the gravitation towards non-urban locales, offering a fusion of work-life harmony amidst serene surroundings. Reports by firms like Prop Equity highlight a 21% surge in luxury housing sales across India’s major markets, spurred by the pandemic-induced demand for spacious and open living spaces.

Beyond the architectural grandeur lies a paradigm of lifestyle. Luxury residences offer more than just opulent exteriors; they boast amenities rivalling exclusive resorts. State-of-the-art fitness centres, infinity pools, rooftop lounges, and personalized services redefine luxury living, creating an ambiance of exclusivity and opulence that transcends the ordinary.

The financial prudence inherent in luxury real estate investments cannot be overlooked. Jurisdiction-dependent tax advantages sweeten the deal for investors, with deductions for interest payments and potential capital gains highlighting the financial sagacity of such investments. The need for spacious homes, both for indulgent living and as stable investments, has fuelled a surge in big-ticket transactions. Notably, a report by real estate data analytics firm Prop Equity points to a 21% increase in luxury housing sales across India’s major markets.

For Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), luxury real estate in India holds a special allure. It’s not merely an investment but a bridge to heritage and lifestyle. NRIs view these properties as stable assets with potential appreciation, a means to maintain ties with their roots and a symbol of status. Their attraction towards this avenue has resulted in a substantial increase in investments, reflecting a growing interest in India’s real estate market. According to a statement by No Broker, the residential real estate market in India has witnessed a 35% year-on-year increase in NRI investments, with the average ticket size investment falling between ₹90 lakh and ₹1.5 crore.

The stability of luxury properties even during market downturns is noteworthy. Their ability to retain value amidst economic uncertainties solidifies their status as a reliable investment choice. A recent report by Anarock noted that unsold units in the luxury segment, priced above Rs 2.5 crore, declined 24 percent to 15,520 at the end of March from 20,480 units a year earlier. At the end of March 2019, the unsold stock was about 23,130 units.

The trajectory of luxury real estate represents not just a trend but an evolution—a convergence of financial prudence, elevated living, and a reflection of evolving aspirations. As this landscape continues to redefine opulence, it beckons not just investors but connoisseurs of a lifestyle steeped in grandeur and sophistication.

Source : FE

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