Overall real estate demand slow and prices have corrected by 20% to 25% in certain markets
Shyam Sekhar talks about how young and first-time investors should navigate direct stock market investments.
Unlike the Embassy Group REIT for which the minimum investment was Rs 2.4 lakh for 800 units, it is merely Rs 55,000 for 200 units of Mindspace REIT
The younger generation that earlier had a no-strings-attached approach towards buying property is now rethinking its strategy, with nearly 40% saying they would want to invest in property that is rightly priced
Millennials pined for the workplace more than other age groups. Some said they could not afford proper accommodation and facilities that are needed to work efficiently from home
Over the long term, the ESG index has delivered a superior performance as compared to traditional market-cap weighted indices.
As the overall wealth of millennials increases over the next couple of decades, they will become key drivers of not only the economy but also of the stock markets.
According to data available with Stockal millennials account for about 37 percent of our customer base while typical investment is in the range of $1500 to $2,000 (about Rs.1 lac to 1.5 lac) for millennials.
It would just be a matter of time when the millennials would invest the inherited wealth in something that matters most to them. The investment that is more sustainable, impactful and responsible.
Some companies catering to millennials are seeing their revenues return steadily to pre-COVID levels, says Fireside’s Kanwaljit Singh.
As many as 55 percent property seekers aged 25-35 years. Over 62 percent home seekers willing to pay premium for homes by established developers with least execution risk
Segment to prefer investing in a first home in the range of Rs 45 lakh to Rs 45 lakh over renting; co-living segment may experience stress
An analysis done by LenDenClub from the annual data of four lakh users of its platform
"Our shoppers are mostly under 35. We want our malls to appeal to millennial shoppers. Interestingly, as many as 40 percent of footfalls in our malls are those of millennials," said Pushpa Bector, Executive Director, DLF Shopping Malls.
The Budget should review policies to benefit all stakeholders associated with rental housing and the framework must simplify the existing rental structures to promote overall growth.
The expansion plans include Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune and Delhi NCR with a vision to take the brand international over the next few years.
The idea of a home means different things to different generations - For Gen X it means a physical space but for Gen Z it is all about location and access
With time on your side, make the most of it and start investing in equities now
The average spend on living and household expenses is approximately 20-30 percent of one's disposable income. Millennials may consider increasing their spending to around 40 percent for organised co-living formats, which offer an enhanced lifestyle opportunity, the report said.
Many of them have invested in properties in Goa, Alibag, Ranikhet within India or in countries such as Italy, Thailand, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom and New York.
She was about speaking about the ills of climate change during a debate held over the ‘Zero Carbon Bill’ when an older parliamentarian started interrupting her.
Noida-based Bhutani Infra intends delivering close to 15 million sq ft of commercial space worth Rs 4,500 crore by 2023
The study covered individuals from six major cities in India –Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata.
Interestingly, until late 90s, many Indians preferred to buy homes using their savings rather than opting for home loans.
With the aspirational value for cars diminishing and the current city infrastructure making ownership of one an unappealing prospect, Uber and Ola have come up trumps.