Rated by a leading wealth management company in India, Hyderabad tops the list of the country’s realty markets assuring handsome returns on investment in the commercial segment.
In his words, starting a business in this city is a piece of cake in comparison to Bengaluru and Chennai. Besides, the city has not witnessed any increase in property prices, unlike others, over these 5 years. With the rental prices remaining the same, the yield will be higher for the investors than the money they spend.
Two advantages of investing in the Commercial Real Estate of Hyderabad?
Higher appreciation of capital in the upcoming years as against the other cities of South India.
Higher rental returns than other cities.
As estimated, the following 5 to 10 years will offer 6-8% capital appreciation and 7-8% rental yield, annually.
Following the launch of Metro Rail and other infrastructural projects including political stability, prime commercial locations have evolved in Hyderabad. These are namely, Gachibowli, Financial District, Hi-Tech City, Madhapur.
Logistics and warehousing have shown potential for growth since 2014, having fetched private equity investments amounting to 1.25 lakh crores.
Over the years, several warehousing hubs emerged in the city such as Shamshabad, Uppal, Kompally, Jeedimela with the rental yield estimated at 10 to 14%. The demand for warehousing in the city covers an area of about 61 million square feet. 70% of Hyderabad’s commercial realty comprises manufacturing companies while the consumption drive through e-commerce sites account for the rest.
Prices on the residential front are likely to rise with the possible growth of this sector after a gap of 2 years. Hyderabad usually receives residents from various parts of the country and even Telangana. This ensures the scope for growth of residential housing as population increases.
Given the city’s record in witnessing residential property appreciation of 5% once in each of the previous 3 years, it would not be foolish to invest in homes. This sector promises good returns within the next 5 to 6 years.
Hyderabad solely accounts for the rise in housing prices at present and in the coming 4 to 5 years the growth is expected to continue.
The realty markets across India are now on the road to positivity with RERA imposing restrictions against diversion of funds from one project to another by the developers. The absence of black money in the industry has been assured by the aforementioned wealth management company as it were unable to track any.
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