7 Answers about Demonetization & Real Estate no one told you till now!

Demonetization Effects on Property Prices

Demonetization Effects on Property Prices

In our Previous post we discussed about the reasons why the Demonetization could actually boost real estate, now lets discuss about the its effects on the Consumers, as the 500/1000 rupee notes are banned by the RBI on the advice of Prime Minister Modi , a lot of property seekers have wide range of questions all centering around the impact of currency ban (demonetization) & its implications on their home buying.

Some of the most Common questions on property buyers mind are about:

  1. Will the home prices come down as a result of demonetization?
  2. What is likely to be the impact of demonetization on real estate?
  3. Will Builders reduce the prices of their properties?
  4. If land prices are expected to come down, wont that bring down the property prices?
  5. So, is now a good time to buy a property?
  6. What does next 6-8 months hold for property buyer?
  7. can i wait till another 6 months & buy a property after that?

So the Property & Financial Experts at IndiaProperty.com have tried here to answer these queries in the best possible way, you can follow the link in the bottom to visit the complete Presentation.


Understand the Impact of Demonetization on Home Buying


Will Home Prices i India Come Down?


Impact on Real Estate in India because of Demonetization


New Opportunities for Property Buyers


Resale Property and Land Property Options


Will Builders Reduce the Prices if Properties


Will the Land Prices actually Come Down?


4 Advantages for Property Buyers because of Demonetization

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2 thoughts on “7 Answers about Demonetization & Real Estate no one told you till now!

  1. The government’s demonetisation move is likely to bolster the prospects of the much-awaited listings of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) that has so far remained a non-starter. Owing to higher liquidity on account of expected transfer of liquidity from the informal sector to banking, government bond yields have seen a compression of 40 basis points since demonetisation was announced on November 8. Such a change in yield implies a boost for prime office markets such as Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai as office assets are likely to be revalued nearly 4% higher. Apart from this, expected reduction in interest rates through monetary policy is also likely to enhance returns from REIT structures that have so far remained unattractive for investors.

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