Goa's pristine beaches not only attract tourists, but are a haven for home seekers as well. Real estate brokers estimate that residential property in Goa commands high rentals along with good resale value. A well located, sea-facing apartment in Goa can get the owner as much as Rs 1 lakh/ month.
A construction boom has swept all over Goa. How to get ce certified Many villas and apartments (on freehold basis) are coming up in the vicinity of Panjim, Mapusa and Calangute beach. Prominent real estate developers have announced some promising projects the city.
Big players like DLF and Parsvnath have already launched exclusive residential projects in the city. Along side, builders like Acron (which caters to the select holiday-home buyer group) Araujo Home Makers, Sanatan Financers & real estates Pvt. Ltd have also commissioned some interesting projects in Goa. Real estate developers, Jai Bhuvan, are coming up with six luxury residential projects in Porvorim and Nerul.
Commercial property in Goa is also doing well. The city hosts some of the best five star properties. Small hotels also do good business as a substantial number of tourists flock the city all year round. Pentagon Arcade, by Jai Bhuvan developers, is a prominent hotel space. It includes showrooms (of the size of 120 sq mts and 200 sq mts) on the ground and first floor.
Additionally, the developers have grand plans for a lavish conference hall on the sixth floor. Beside this, Sanatan Financers & Real Estate Pvt Ltd are coming up with a luxury resort called Kohinoor at Sirvoi. Another property developer Chowgule Real Estate and Construction Pvt Ltd has plans for a business centre at Miramar
All these facts just endorse that Goa Real Estate segment is already sought after. Areas like Anjuna, Candolim, and Calangate are the new zones of residential property. Soon the legalisation of casinos will bring in more revenue. Goa is about to spark off on the global investment markets.
New property projects are launched every other day. Investments are pouring in from local people, HNIs, NRIs and developers and this makes Goa lucrative for everyone.