Big-Ticket Real Estate Deals Continue to Happen in Indian Metro Cities

Last year, high net worth individuals and ultra-high net worth individuals purchased opulent real estate at higher prices. There has been a buying rush involving everyone from major business tycoons and startup founders to Bollywood stars, propelling the luxury real estate market on the path of a quick recovery. The green shoots inside the opulent market keep with big-price price tag deals happening quickly in important Indian metropolises. A few months ago, there was a frenzy of upscale real estate deals in Delhi-NCR, as many entrepreneurs and marketers moved up to bigger and better homes. Bangalore started to exhibit the same style as well.

Mumbai has consistently recorded the largest real estate deals in the United States, which is natural given that it also has the most expensive housing market.

In another large-scale real estate transaction, JM Financial, a reputable financial services company, purchased homes in South Mumbai in a deal that was reportedly for Rs. 60 crores. The debt deal with the Nitco Group promoter company included both bids. On the 16th floor, one apartment occupies 2,500 square feet and has a parking space. A stamp obligation of Rs. 1.5 crore was paid throughout the transaction. The 2d condominium lies on the 17th ground of the identical residential society, masking 2,500 sq. ft. and coming with one parking slot. The identical stamp obligation quantity changed into paid through the buyer.

These homes cost approximately Rs. 1.10 lakh per square foot. Particularly, the residential society features five BHK homes that front the sea. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, a billionaire investor in the stock market, and Harsh Goenka, the chairman of the RPG Group, are well-known members of the community. In 2018, Harsh Goenka purchased his home from Citibank India for Rs. 45.2 crores. A five-bedroom apartment inside the building was sold by Rana Kapoor (Yes Bank) to the Bank of America in 2013 for Rs. 39 crores. In 1972, BREDCO advanced the IL Palazzo building, which is surrounded by the sea on three sides and offers stunning views of the city. The building has four wings, each containing homes on the ground floor. 

According to sources, Suresh Pareek, the founder and managing director of Ideal Cures, the leading pharmaceutical company, has also listed a sea view apartment in Worli for Rs. 64.57 crores. The price per square foot for the unit is Rs. 95,000. Parekh purchased his apartment on the 12th floor of the Raheja Artesia project, which is currently being built by K Raheja Corp Homes. According to estimations, the stamp obligation comes out to Rs. 3.23 crore. An office space inside the same building was also offered by Pareek for Rs. 9.41 crore the day before. As per sources, this spans a massive 4,000 square feet. Additionally, his luxurious Worli apartment may have 6 parking spaces for cars.

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