Monday, March 2, 2009
Unless someone writes, about properties and the value creation in newspapers like Times of India etc., on a Friday and Hog limelight during weekends... life is bleak.
Now few guys are pushing to sell beach front properties or Tea Estate plots (which is a no brainer) to make a living.
Take a careful decision on what is takes...
Value any apartment (for e.g.) for what it is worth, undivided share of land value, construction cost at 1200 Rs/sqft and you do the math, on adding the additional facilities cost.
Thursday, September 4, 2008
Nice article, but it misses the investment option by HUF.
Look at the Reliance Group, how they bought and set up the properties. Even the girls in the family are getting their due.
Still I would advocate 40% value in Real Estate, basically that means, an affordable house....
Rest in Gold, Shares and Equity based Mutual Funds.
A good friend of mine, wanted to invest Rs 6 lakhs, and take out only after 15 years. Where else can you lock it, other than Real Estate, which shows a decent growth every year. So I adviced him to split into 2. Invest 3 Lakhs in Equity MF (3 best ones HDFC Equity, Reliance Growth and Franklin Bluechip, along with a SIP including DSP Opportunties Fund) and 3 Lakhs in a plot near Hosur Railwya Station. It is appreciating at 10% easily.
Friday, August 29, 2008
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Friday, August 15, 2008
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
Ok, what is in store for us?
They would buy decent land parcels. Then sell at a profit in the future. So market is going to go up. Then it might hit a trough.
So friends if you have not invested 40% of your life savings (as told by Investment Guru's) into Real Estate, do it now!
Monday, August 11, 2008
A study jointly conducted by the National Council of Applied Economic Research's Rajesh Shukla and Future Capital Research's Roopa Purushothaman says that on conservative estimates, 379 million people will be added to India's urban spaces over the next 40 years -- more than the entire population of the United States today.
The study also mentions which cities have India's richest households and identifies 20 key cities to track. These cities together account for just under 10 per cent of India's population, but generate 30.8 per cent of disposable income.
The cities have been put in three categories: Megacities, which are the largest cities in terms of population and overall consumer markets; Boomtowns, which stand out as the next set of big-population cities with high expenditure per household; and Niche Cities, which are smaller in terms of overall population but still hit well above their weight in spending per household.
The Megacities are -- (Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, and Pune); the Boomtowns are -- (Surat, Kanpur, Jaipur, Lucknow, Nagpur, Bhopal, and Coimbatore); and the Niche Cities -- (Faridabad, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Jalandhar).
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