The top 7 cities currently have a total stock of 5.6 lakh delayed housing units worth a whopping INR Rs 4,51,750 Cr. These units were launched either in 2013 or before that. Lakhs of buyers across top cities – particularly MMR and NCR – have been left in limbo, leading to inconceivable mental stress and financial pain
Burgeoning commercial activity, a cutting-edge start-up culture and realistic property prices dictated by end-user demand have kept Bengaluru’s real estate market vibrant, and generally more resilient than in other cities.
As the realty sector becomes more streamlined on the back of GST and other landmark reforms such as RERA, investor and consumer sentiments will become more positive and further strengthen the entire system in the future.
Overall, RERA is proving to be a boon for homebuyers. While the progress of RERA implementation across states, barring a few, is going at a slower pace than predicted, it is definitely regaining the trust of homebuyers by consolidating the sector and plucking out unscrupulous real estate players.