COVID-19 – what it means for real estate in India?
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about sweeping changes in our lives. With no known cure found yet, the only way to safeguard oneself and our loved ones is by staying at home. It has made us all realise the value of owning a home.
Since the start of the lockdown, we at Lodha Group have worked with various stakeholders to ensure safety of our people and help those in need. We have also been working towards creating a safe environment at our sites and commercial spaces, as we prepare to resume business.
If you have any queries about the impact of COVID-19 on real estate in India or have question around buying a house during this time, here we have collated list of articles, webinars, videos that would answer few of your questions.
Should I opt for the moratorium to defer EMI?
Given the negative impact on income of lot of people, one of the most common question has been around deferment of EMIs by opting for the moratorium offered by banks. Our COVID FAQs blog answers this and many other questions like is this a good time to buy a house now, which might be on the minds of homeowners and buyers.
Safeguarding our resident and our community during COVID-19
In these unexpected times where the country is facing simultaneous health and economic challenges, Lodha Group is working to ensure that our people and business emerge strong from this crisis. Here are few initiatives that we have undertaken to lessen the troubles of those whose lives have been impacted owing to the lockdown.
How will real estate industry in India adapt to changing consumer needs post COVID-19?
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we relate to our homes. With the changed scenario, what are the home buyer’s needs and how the industry will adapt to these changing needs is a prominent question many might have. Abhishek Lodha, Managing Director & CEO, Lodha Group, along with other industry leaders addressed this question during a webinar organised by Housing.com
What’s in store for the real estate sector in India, how will it shape up post COVID-19?
The Blue Circle webinar on how the real estate sector is expected to shape up post COVID-19, had prominent industry experts share valuable insights. Addressing the residential segment at the webinar, Prashant Bindal, Chief Sales Officer, Lodha Group, reflected on how need for shelter is going to increase and more so the demand for ready houses.
Are mixed used developments the next big thing in Indian real estate in post COVID-19 world?
Shaishav Dharia, Regional CEO, Lodha Group, spoke of how the new WFH will be ‘Walk from home’ at the webinar organised by RealtyNXT. The webinar saw Shaishav and other industry stalwarts evaluate the impact of COVID-19 on planning commercial and residential projects in the future.
Looking to buy a house post COVID-19? Here are 5 things you must look out for
Never before have we all spent so much of our time being at home, thus making us realise the importance of owning a home. Additionally, with restrictions on movement, work from home has become the new norm and already several reports suggest this trend is here to stay. It has compelled us to view the space we live in differently. So, if you are looking to move into a larger home or are looking to buy your own home post COVID-19, here are few things you must look out for.
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