Indian Economy is growing at a nice pace (8% p.a) which is also driving per capita
income rise. The demand of real estate has reached at a new peak according to ninth five
year plan there is a shortage of 42million houses .But in India the figures to GDP are
smaller in comparison to the other countries
Contribution of housing to GDP is close to 8%.Sources: NHB
Today, not only the metros are witnessing the housing crunch even the second tier cities like- Jaipur, Bhubneshwar, Lucknow, Trivendrum etc. are falling into the dearth of living space and wanting for more expansion.
Indian credit report in comparison to the other Asian countries is shown in the statistics
below, which is among the lowest. It is Indian psyche that credit is termed bad, Indian are
traditionally not inclined to take credit this reflects in the figures below
Indian Home Mortgage industry is growing at a fast pace 30% per annum, this can be
seen in the stats shown below with average ticket size(loan size) and Amount disbursed is
rising every year the opportunities have become more dominant for different organization
in India . The demand drivers are fast growing middle class population, rise in working
women workforce, bigger aspirations of youth, Tax saving, Transparency in the real
estate market .
Still in comparison to other nations India has a long way to go, The figures shown below
shows that even the GDP/mortgage ratio is low which indicates that credit is not well
sought as figure below shows the average percentage of mortgage to GDP
Comparison with other nations India fall behind in terms of Mortgage Penetration which
directly demonstrates the potential in Indian market for Housing mortgage finance
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