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Monday, December 2, 2013

Housing Prices in India and price appreciation trends across different cities

How does one justify his/her returns on investment? Simply, by comparing the price point at which they bought and the current/latest price point. Until recently, justifying one’s return on residential property investment was difficult due to lack of credible data. However, now, one can get sense of housing prices appreciation across different cities in India and micro-markets within a particular city. The data is assembled by the team of National Housing Bank and can prove to be very useful for people looking to invest in housing across India.

Here is a trend for housing prices appreciation till quarter July-Sept 2013.



Following point should be kept in mind:
The above chart shows the housing price appreciation across various quarters in different cities. For example, in Faridabad, housing prices have doubled from 2007 to Sept 2013. While in Patna, housing prices have appreciated 1.5 times from 2007 to Sept 2013. However, it does not suggest that housing prices were same in 2007 in these cities.

Observations:

  1. Chennai has witnessed the highest housing price appreciation across India with prices increasing about 3.18 times from 2007 to Sept 2013. Within Chennai Ayanavaram; Purasawalkam; Kolathur; Virugambakkam; Anna Nagar; Kilpauk; Nungambakkam registered maximum appreciation of more than 6 times within the same period. While, Chetpet; Egmore saw the lowest price appreciation of about 1.8 times during the same period.
  2. Housing prices in Hyderabad and Kochi have depreciated from 2007 to Sept 2013. However, certain micro markets in Hyderabad such as Shamshabad; Kapra, Uppal Kalan, L.B.Nagar have seen slight appreciation during the same period.
  3. Faridabad housing prices have appreciated almost twice during the period 2007 to Sept 2013. Maximum price appreciation of 2.34X have been witnessed in the Neharpar region of Sector -75, Sector -76, Sector -83, Sector - 85, Sector – 86.
  4. Patna has seen price appreciation of 1.50X during the 2007 – Sept 2013 period. Kankar Bagh; Phoolwari; Bailey Road (New); Gola Road in Patna have appreciated by 1.71X during the same period.
  5. Ahmedabad and Lucknow have appreciated 1.91X in this period. Bhadra, Dudheswar, Gaikwad Haveli, Girdhar Nagar, Wadigam in Ahmedabd saw price appreciation of 3.45X during the period 2007 – Sept 2013. While in Lucknow micro markets such as Malviya Nagar; Tilak Nagar; Rajendra Nagar; Raja Ji Puram;Aish Bagh; Raja Bazaar; Sarojni Nagar Pratham; Hind Nagar; Sharda Nagar; Om Nagar; Chitra Gupt Nagar witnessed maximum price appreciation of 2.22X.
  6. Housing prices in Jaipur and Bangalore have remained static during the period of 2007 – Sept 2013. However Lavelle Road in Bangalore has appreciated tremendously by 2.61X during the same period. While in Jaipur Agra Road has seen maximum appreciation of about 2.64X in the same period.
  7. Pune and Bhopal appreciated by about 2.20X from 2007 – Sept 2013. Kharadi; Hinjewadi; Thergaon; Chinchwad; Baner; Yerwada; Wakad; Pimple Saudagar; Chakan in Pune grew approximately by 3X during the same period. While in Bhopal maximum housing prices appreciation was seen in Koh – e- Fiza, Shyamala Hills.
  8. Housing prices in Kolkata grew by 2X from 2007 – Sept 2013. Rajpur Sonarpur; Barrackpur; Bidhan Nagar; Thakurpukur, Sorsona; Bhawanipur witnessed the most significant appreciation. While Rajarhat; Madhyam Gram; Chandan Nagar; Barahnagar grew at below average rate.
  9. Mumbai witnessed the price growth of 2.22X from 2007 – Sept 2013. Lower Parel, Matunga East, Mahim West grew at rapid rate of 3.71X during the same period. Vashi, Khar Garh Road, Pokaran Road 1 &2, Kalyan, Mira Road, Virar Vasai, Badlapur grew at below average rate.
  10. Delhi along with the NCR region grew at 1.90X from 2007 to Sept 2013. Dakshinpuri, Hari Nagar, Jahangir Puri, Jhilmil Colony, Sangam Vihar, Mangol Puri, Ghazipur Dairy, Khyala(I-III), Sriniwas Puri, Sultan Puri were the fastest growing sub-markets in Delhi.


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