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Can real estate still offer lucrative ROI?

Last updated: December 26 2018
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  • Can real estate still offer lucrative ROI?

    Can real estate offer lucrative return of interest in the forthcoming years after all that has transpired in the segment? Will people still prefer it over stocks, gold, etc.?
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    Re : Can real estate still offer lucrative ROI?

    Real estate was once globally considered as a profitable asset for the ROI it offered. Recently, there have been reforms in policies and acts like the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 (RERA), real estate investment trust (REIT), the Benami Act and the Good and Services Tax (GST), have been pivotal in infusing new hope into the sector.

    Experts believe that the present real estate scenario is in the best interests of buyers and developers alike with the presence of RERA as projects will be delivered on time and that is a promising factor for future sales. Surprisingly, there has been some decent growth in recent times for commercial, as well as residential spaces and experts exert that private equity investment in real estate will grow in the years that follow.
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      Re : Can real estate still offer lucrative ROI?

      How much can we believe what these experts say? I mean, they are here to keep it rolling for the sector or else no one will buy, right?

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        Re : Can real estate still offer lucrative ROI?

        No. IMO - unless you are investing in some underdeveloped area with a lot of uncertainity, real estate (developed housing or commercial units) is going to give less return than an FD in next 10-15 year. you would be better off in equities and MFs, stay away from RE and gold.

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