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In H1’22 Mumbai witnesses highest value of registered properties in last 5 years

Mumbai/New Delhi, September 22, 2022: Heightened property buying activity in Mumbai municipal region after the Covid19 induced slowdown has taken the home sales registration numbers to its highest levels in the last five years. Mumbai saw total registered value of residential properties at Rs 89,039 crore in the first half of the current calendar year (2022), with average quarterly value of Rs 44,520 crore which is the highest in past five years, according to research report by leading property consultant PropEquity.

Maharashtra’s capital city saw 66,762 total registrations of houses in the first half of the current calendar year (2022), with average quarterly numbers at 33,381 which is about two times (about 97%) when compared to same period of 2021, according to the PropEquity report titled “Real Estate Insights 2022”.  

Mumbai’s second highest quarterly figures in the last five years were seen in 2021. The city witnessed average quarterly value of registered properties at Rs 36,112 crore in first half of 2021 and the average quarterly registration numbers stood at 35,012 in the same period.

“The trend of people buying a home for themselves after the pandemic has led to rise in real estate activity almost all over the country but it is in Mumbai that it is particularly accentuated. People seem to be undeterred with the rise in interest rates and higher EMI outgo as they realize the need and safety of a home, especially after the Covid19 era. Interestingly, the property registration numbers in the second half of 2022 calendar year is the highest in five years which means people of Mumbai have left the turmoil of the pandemic behind them and have shown exemplary resilience. Even the property market of the city has shown tremendous robustness,” said Samir Jasuja, Founder and Managing Director at PropEquity.   

Five years ago, that is on 2018, the average quarterly value of registered properties in Mumbai stood at Rs 27,229 crore in first half of 2018 and the average quarterly registration numbers stood at 25,017 in the same period.

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