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Why Invest in India?
India leads the pack of top real estate investment markets in Asia for 2010, according to a study by Price waterhouse Coopers (PwC) and Urban Land Institute.
Source: http://www.ibef.org/home.aspx

Reasons to Invest in India
Some Key Facts:

  • 70% increase in Indian property prices over the last two years
  • 7 fold predicted increase in the value of the property market from 2005-2015 (Merrill Lynch)
  • 300 million middle-class people living in India by 2010 (higher than the US)
  • 8% economic growth predicted until 2020 (Goldman Sachs)
  • 19.8 million unit housing shortage (Report from the government of India)
  • 13.8% increase in wages in 2006 (highest in the Asia-Pacific region)

India is the fifth largest economy in the world and it's the largest democracy. India has the second largest GDP among emerging economies, based on purchasing power parity. India also ranks as the 11th largest economy in terms of industrial output and has the third largest pool of scientific and technical manpower.

Investing in India is a three way gain.
  • The gain in property going up in price.
  • The gain in Currency Exchange Rate. Indian Rupees is getting stronger as the country is developing so if you decide to sell and repatriate your money in the future then you will gain on currency exchange.
  • There is even a gain in rental if you decide to rent out your property.

If you are still in doubt about investing in India then have a look at this latest extract:On Thursday 16 June 2011, 2:36 PM
New Delhi, June 16 (PTI) Housing prices may rise by 5-10 per cent in the next 3-6 months as the cost of funds for developers is expected to increase following the Reserve Bank of India's decision to raise key policy rates by 25 basis points.

"Property prices are bound to go up in next 3-6 months by 5-10 per cent across the country," Confederation of Real Estate Developers'' Associations of India (CREDAI) Chairman Pradeep Jain told PTI.

Jain, who is also the Chairman of Parsvnath Developers, said the hike in repo and reverse repo rates would result in an increase in interest rates for builders and the same would be passed on to home buyers.

He, however, said demand would not be hit despite the expected rise in interest rates on home loans. "People will continue to buy knowing that housing prices would go up further," he said.

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