2018, the year Indian real estate industry died

Invest in residential real estate only if you have the patience and the staying power to play a very long waiting game for returns.
According to National Housing Bank data, property prices in Mumbai and Bengaluru increased annually by just about 7.50% and 5.75% respectively between June 2013 and September 2017. In Delhi, prices actually fell by -0.70% annually during the same period. Beyond the data, we hear numerous stories of investors in distress with their money stuck in delayed projects.
There are also stories of many brokers, in fact the entire realty ecosystem, struggling to cope with this slowdown.

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