Navratri and the herald of all auspicious buying
Sep 23, 2019
The Indian market will soon be awash with festivities. The end of September is the harbinger of one such auspicious time. Shardiya Navratri – nine autumnal days – are marked with good omens. All things personal and professional are coloured by these sentiments. This period of Navratri is specifically considered auspicious to buy new assets – homes, office spaces, cars, capital goods and so on.
During Navratri, the real estate market witnesses a surge in Navratri purchases property are believed to bring success and prosperity. Real estate developers offer attractive deals, alluring benefits like foreign trip, lavish gifts or gold coins to home buyers.
Buyers create demand for lucrative offers on real estate. Buyers expect lucrative offers on real estate. It is a common practice to even make the first instalment or pay a “token amount” to book an apartment under construction, a home awaiting completion or a commercial space. Even rental deposits are made on Dussehra day to give way to a longstanding deal between landlord and tenant.
Banks and financial institutions further encourage property purchases during these festivities. Several schemes and offers like lower interest rates, waiver on processing fees and faster expedited loans and such are launched to make property buying an attractive deal.
Backing this ‘living potential’ in the suburb is further being enhanced by civic infrastructure developments – such as better roads, water and electricity supply for residents. In fact, an 88 km water pipeline is budgeted solely for Vasai-Virar and Mira-Bhayandar.
As it is with each year of Navratri, the real estate market is looked forward to as a “buyer’s market”. This year too, both buyers and sellers are gearing up for the best deals to create an atmosphere of abundance and joyfulness that is synonymous with the festival.
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