Nonresident Indians (NRI) have started to invest in diverse areas of the Indian market including the real estate. Real Estate Developers in Navi Mumbai are providing NRI’s with varied options of both commercial and residential properties with a potential to earn considerable returns now and in the future.
Usually NRIs prefer to invest in high-end residential properties and sublet them for passive income. However, the slowdown during the last couple of years has prompted NRI’s to switch their investment to commercial properties.
Currently, the NRI’s are at an advantage in both residential and commercial properties. The residential properties offered by the Builders in Navi Mumbai come with many incentives like discount and freebies like wardrobes, kitchen and other things. Commercial properties come with a host of amenities that are suitable for subletting for office spaces or as shopping complexes.
With the enforcement of Real Estate Regulation Act, the real estate market of the country has become safer for buyers. The builders have also strictly comply with the RERA regulations and even the minor changes in the property plans have to be apprised to the buyer. Person selling the Property in Navi Mumbai also have to provide a clear view of the terms and conditions of the sale agreement to their buyer.
Experts on the real estate market of Navi Mumbai are of the opinion that this is the right time to invest with real estate developers in Navi Mumbai. Owning a commercial unit in Navi Mumbai is very profitable given the drive of the industrial segment growth like the upcoming Navi Mumbai International Airport, the Special Economic Zone and the upcoming IT parks.
Advantage of any developing area is that it has the potential for generating business and employment leading to need of office space and housing needs. In terms of income, commercial spaces are on the high side thereby becoming a favored investment among the NRI’s.
During the past six years, the demand for commercial spaces has almost doubled due to increasing growth of corporate footprint in the country. The demand has spread also to the Tier1 and Tier 2 cities. The leases for corporate spaces are at a all-time high indicating the fact that there is a rise in the demand and tenants’ interest in commercial spaces.
The commercial spaces also give high returns of 18 to 22% when compared to the residential property of income of 8 to 10 %. The offices and shopping complexes are demand leading to higher capital appreciation. It also has the security and guarantee of constant returns as the corporates agree to renting the place for 9 to 15 months with a three year period lock-in when comparing residential properties that stay locked for months due to the unavailability of proper tenants.
Over the last year , there has been more than One lakh of office space has been sold and the number is still increasing with more buyers originating outside the country. The reason why NRI investors are leaning towards commercial spaces are that residential units were on the lowdown due to late launch of projects and have pushed wealthy NRI investors towards commercial properties.
For the past years, NRI investment in the country’s real estate has been on the rise due to capital appreciation, higher rental yield and host of other reasons. This trend is slowly becoming applicable to the residential units with the commercial units maintaining their lead.