In the past few years, the Indian real estate industry has witnessed many major transformative reforms with the introduction of landmark policies such as RERA (Real Estate Regulation Act), PMAY (Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana), REITs (Real Estate Investment Trust), and GST. RERA aimed at increasing transparency and accountability in one of the most vulnerable markets of any country.
The real estate industry has always played a tremendous role in shaping the economy of our country. The year 2018 has proved to be a major turning point for this industry in various ways.
Not so long ago, the Indian real estate industry was struggling with unsold inventory and negative cash flow due to the long delay in the delivery of residential projects. And today, this industry contributes 6-7% to the GDP of India. A report states that there is a dearth of 18 million homes in India and the government has taken an initiative to provide “Housing for All by 2022”.
Affordable housing will act as a platform to bridge the housing shortage gap in India. Accessibility of land, moderation in development norms, faster approvals for affordable housing projects, strong classification of affordable housing and healthier orientation between central and state policies are some of the factors that need to be addressed to permit the segment to attain its full potential.
The government’s agenda of building 10 million homes by 2019 for families living in ‘Kucha’ houses was comprehended through PMAY scheme. The scheme initially meant to cover buyers in the EWS (annual income not exceeding INR 3 lakhs) and LIG (annual income not exceeding INR 6 lakhs) sections also included the mid-income group (MIG), with household income up to INR 18 lakhs per annum.
The scheme known as Credit Linked Subsidy Scheme for Middle Income Group (CLSS for MIG), will encompass of two slabs covering anyone with a household income between INR 6 lakhs and INR 18 lakhs per annum to gain the benefits of subsidized loans.
Amidst all these, HUDA (Haryana Urban Development Authority) took an initiative to develop the infrastructure of a few demanded areas in Gurgaon, which are in the process of becoming the pivot point of affordable housing in India. OSB Expressway Towers is the best affordable housing in Dwarka Expressway, which is expected to yield high returns on investment.
OSB Expressway Towers Sector 109 Gurgaon is an affordable housing in Dwarka Expressway; therefore, interested buyers may check their next move before investing in the affordable homes in this region. OSB Sector 109 will prove to be a buyer’s ultimate choice for affordable housing.
The housing sales volume has gained pace in recent years due to affordable housing projects. The need and demand for affordable housing in the Indian context is gaining momentum and many prominent real estate developers are headed for a product of enhanced mass appeal – affordable housing.
The improved home affordability in our country is due to a number of factors, which contributes towards the exponential growth oh housing demand. The huge demand for affordable housing outpaced the demand for premium and luxury housing segment.
As real estate developers witnessed a concrete solution for their liquidity issues, they also started to take immense interest in providing affordable homes in India.