Which is a better area to invest or stay invested between Dwarka Expressway and Noida Expressway?
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  • No difference. On balance both are same after 5 year period (returns and living experience). Same for local or Delhi working people.

    In short term (less than 5 years) noida expressway is better - because it exists.
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  • Hi
    Greetings

    lots of thoughts and expressions in this thread https://www.indianrealestateforum.com/forum/city-forums/ncr-real-estate/noida-real-estate/27642-noida-expressway-vs-dwarka-gurgaon-expressway?t=29591

    For me noida expressway is a wonderful, ahead of times executed project and with fast growing social eco system and likewise dway is a much messed up project, way behind its schedule and its requirements.

    Kahin lel lo, at current rates, Investors can count themselves lucky to get possession in 5 years and to be at par, if they are able to get annual increase equivalent to interest costs or CPI inflation + 5%+ Rupee devaluation.


    Cheers
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  • Originally Posted by BlessU
    Hi

    Greetings



    lots of thoughts and expressions in this thread https://www.indianrealestateforum.com/forum/city-forums/ncr-real-estate/noida-real-estate/27642-noida-expressway-vs-dwarka-gurgaon-expressway?t=29591



    For me noida expressway is a wonderful, ahead of times executed project and with fast growing social eco system and likewise dway is a much messed up project, way behind its schedule and its requirements.



    Kahin lel lo, at current rates, Investors can count themselves lucky to get possession in 5 years and to be at par, if they are able to get annual increase equivalent to interest costs or CPI inflation + 5%+ Rupee devaluation.





    Cheers



    Very well said

    With Interest 10.5 per cent plus CPI INFLATION are we looking at 15 per cent ?

    Not all investor use foreign exchange and fund some purchases through domestic sources.

    So ias 15 per cent as cost what your view Pls ?
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  • Originally Posted by VB_States
    Very well said

    With Interest 10.5 per cent plus CPI INFLATION are we looking at 15 per cent ?

    Not all investor use foreign exchange and fund some purchases through domestic sources.

    So ias 15 per cent as cost what your view Pls ?



    Hi
    Greetings

    CPI Inflation is in the link in previous post

    How I consider may be different from others perspective. Two situations for break even

    With loan= Interest cost+ 5%+ Rupee devaluation
    Without loan= CPI Inflation +5%+ Rupee Devaluation

    In case one, it is the banks money which is being eaten by inflation, therefore inflation does not matter to the buyer. It is the interest paid on home loan which matters.
    In second case inflation eats buyers money.

    5% added due to normal variance in projected and actual cost of capital and to take care of uncertainties, escalations, litigations etc.

    Anything above these are real profit for which each has different appetite depending on objective, time horizon, taxation, disposable income, social changes etc..

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  • Ok.... Well shared
    What if the foreign exchange is not involved for devaluation (exchange rate)
    Or are u referring to devaluation in general when money is sourced from india
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  • Originally Posted by VB_States
    Ok.... Well shared
    What if the foreign exchange is not involved for devaluation (exchange rate)
    Or are u referring to devaluation in general when money is sourced from india


    Hi
    Greetings

    50%+ buyer is Nri.

    This factor only if applicable. Indian salaries/business generally don't afford/like credit 50lac +.
    Exceptions considered.

    Besides end user is rare in many projects.



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