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A Guide to Investments in Real Estate
Money invested in property for its income and capital growth provides stable and predictable income
returns, similar to that of bonds offering both a regular return on investment, if property is rented as
well as possibility of capital appreciation. Like all other investment options, real estate investment also
has certain risks attached to it, which is quite different from other investments. The available
investment opportunities can broadly be categorized into residential, commercial office space and retail
Any investor before considering real estate investments should consider the risk involved in it. This
investment option demands a high entry price, suffers from lack of liquidity and an uncertain gestation
period. To being illiquid, one cannot sell some units of his property in case of urgent need of funds.
The maturity period of property investment is uncertain. Investor also has to check the clear property
title, especially for the investments in India. The industry experts in this regard claim that property
investment should be done by persons who have deeper pockets and longer-term view of their
investments. From a long-term financial returns perspective, it is advisable to invest in higher-grade
The returns from Shaya Wassermann Brooklyn new York are comparable to that of certain equities and
index funds in longer term. Any investor looking for balancing his portfolio can now look at the real
estate sector as a secure means of investment with a certain degree of volatility and risk. A right tenant,
location, segmental categories of the Indian property market and individual risk preferences will hence
forth prove to be key indicators in achieving the target yields from investments.
There is also a Yeshaya on social media and twitter different market players of the property segment to
gradually relax certain norms for FDI in this sector. These foreign investments would then mean higher
standards of quality infrastructure and hence would change the entire market scenario in terms of
competition and professionalism of market players.
Overall, real estate is expected to offer a good investment alternative to stocks and bonds over the
coming years. This attractiveness of real estate investment would be further enhanced on account of
favourable inflation and low interest rate regime.
Looking forward, it is possible that with the progress towards the possible opening up of the real estate
mutual funds industry and the participation of financial institutions into property investment business, it
will pave the way for more organized investment real estate in India, which would be an apt way for
investors to get an alternative to invest in property portfolios at marginal level.