We have all witnessed the severe impact of the first and second waves of the pandemic on all the sectors including the real estate sector. The impact on the Indian real estate sector was stifling to the point that all the construction near halted and property transactions were stopped. It went into lockdown for the almost entire year of 2020.
Since the pandemic has negatively affected the real estate market, but after the second wave of the real estate sector has witnessed growth due to various reasons that we have shared in our other blogs.
The major reasons include the government initiatives for housing, changes in the mindset of the people, lower interest rates, and technological innovations. An aggressive vaccination drive across India has helped in boosting confidence in both investors and buyers.
As per one of the Real estate developers’ apex bodies, CREDAI (Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Associations of India) does not see an “immediate impact” of the Omicron Covid variant on property bookings.
The pace of project construction is not expected to be affected for the time being, according to CREDAI. Harsh Vardhan Patodia, president of CREDAI also said, “Developers have learned from the previous two waves of the pandemic and are fully prepared to manage any disruption about supply chain and labour supply to a large extent.”
They were indirectly pointing towards technological advancement in the real estate sector. It has made things easier for both developers and homebuyers.
The statistics from the major cities in India, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, etc., are showing signs of a healthy recovery from the recent waves of the pandemic. The developers are much more prepared due to lessons from the previous two waves of the Covid 19.
Following are a few of the impacts from the third wave of the pandemic
The cost of housing is expected to rise 5% to 10%. The primary reasons for this are the price hike in raw material cost. The adverse effect on the booking of existing properties or launch of the new properties is unlikely to affect by this.
There is no doubt that the festive momentum will continue for a while.
The property sales were increased despite the second pandemic wave of the Covid pandemic. This is due to the increased demand, continued festive sales, recovery of India’s recovery, stronger employment market, and low home interest rates.
Recently, the S&P BSE Realty index crossed the 4000 mark. The index — which covers companies like DLF, Oberoi Realty, Sobha Developers, and Godrej Properties, etc — closed at 4006.85 As of 14 Dec 2021 13:45 IST.
It is advisable to stay safe during the waves of the pandemic. Not to mention, technological advancement has solved major problems that buyers might face. You might face some problems related to the home buying or investment decision with the pandemic waves.
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