Man does not live only for food, cloth or shelter or for himself. He has certain social responsibilities to provide for his family and also for himself in old age. This naturally makes him save some portion of his earnings and invest in lucrative portfolios. After the basic needs of food, cloth and shelter are fulfilled he strives to improve his standard of living and to enjoy the fruits of hard earned money.
Investment avenues are many. But the investor should be prudent enough to select a proper area, which is safe and secured with assured reasonable returns. Earlier the bank deposits, stocks, mutual fund, insurance policies and bullion were most opted. With increased business, globalization of economy has unfolded many more areas. The investment has become very complex which has led to the emergence of specialized investment advisers.
Bank deposits, insurance policies, mutual funds have become unattractive because of low returns and failure of many companies. Stock market is unpredictable and volatile. Moreover, these investment avenues are for short-term which need close monitoring. Further the quantum of investment is generally small.
In recent past real estate
has emerged as a safe and high yielding investment opportunity. Investment in real estate is a long-term investment and needs a considerable amount. It is not only financial but also sentimental and emotional investment.
The liberalization initiated by the Government has opened up the hitherto dormant Indian economy and many multinational companies set up their offices in major metros. The improved pay packets of vast middle class population opened many investment routes. The desire to own a roof over their head as early as possible and the migration of rural people to urban centres in search of assured income jobs, further expanded the real estate market.
However, as the demand exceeded supply, many fly by night operators appeared on the stage and indulged in speculation and an artificial price spiral, which resulted in crash of real estate market in latter half of 1990. But now the market has regained its potential. Only serious vendors and endorsers are operating in the market.
The yield in the realty market has to be calculated on the capital invested and annual rental
returns less property tax, income tax and annual maintenance charges. This return varies according to the type of property residential
, commercial or office space
. In Bangalore the returns are about 8% for residential, 12% for office space and 15% for commercial space. There are certain determining factors, which play a crucial part in the property investment.
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