In Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR), half of the people are starting to pay attention when buying a house, how far they are away from their office. A joint study report by LX and Kantar TNS concludes that 50 per cent of people who buy a house in Delhi-NCR are searching for houses around the office. On the contrary, 48 percent of people prefer the investment and security related matters.
What does the report say
According to the report, 45 percent of those who prefer investment and security say that they pay attention to things like gyms, swimming pools. According to the growing population and the crowd of vehicles, people in the metropolis want to buy a house from where they can get the office on foot if possible.
Irveen Preet Singh, COO, LLX India, said that this study helps in understanding the new position of consumers in the real estate market. He said, “Delhi-NCR is the fastest growing market in our real estate segment, where one-third buyers want to invest in ‘Ready To Move’ property. Sachin Hajela, Assistant Vice President of Kentar TNS said that this study reveals the trend of home buyers across the country, and we saw that 80 percent of people use online portal, in which they have complete information from seller to broker Gets it and gets investigated online.
In this study, those who bought the house in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Thiruvananthapuram were questioned. Most of them are between 30 and 55 years of age. Most of them are 8 lakh rupees per annum and regular internet users.