Geetanjali Homestate’s Q2 2024 Report Reveals Surge in Property Prices Across India’s Metros

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National, 9th July 2024 – Geetanjali Homestate, a leading real estate consultancy, has unveiled its latest industry report detailing property pricing trends across key markets in India for the second quarter of 2024. The report provides an in-depth analysis of the average property prices in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Noida/Greater Noida, Gurugram, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, and Pune, revealing notable growth trends in these metropolitan areas.

In Mumbai, the average property prices have shown significant growth. For the period of April to June 2024, the average price per square foot ranged from Rs 21,900 to Rs 22,200, up from Rs 20,200 to Rs 20,500 in the first quarter of 2024. Compared to the same period last year, which saw prices between Rs 20,900 and Rs 21,200, this marks a quarter-on-quarter growth of 8.2% and a year-on-year growth of 4.9%.

Delhi also experienced a positive trend, with average prices from April to June 2024 between Rs 11,480 and Rs 11,780 per square foot, compared to Rs 10,950 to Rs 11,300 in the previous quarter. The year-on-year growth was 11.2%, up from Rs 10,300 to Rs 10,600 in the same period of 2023, and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 4.2%.

Bangalore saw the most remarkable increase, with average prices rising to Rs 9,500 to Rs 9,800 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, from Rs 8,200 to Rs 8,500 in the first quarter. This represents a year-on-year growth of 21% from Rs 7,800 to Rs 8,100 in 2023, and a substantial quarter-on-quarter growth of 15.2%.

Noida/Greater Noida & Gurugram: Top performers

In Noida/Greater Noida, the average property prices for the second quarter of 2024 were between Rs 6,700 and Rs 7,040 per square foot, up from Rs 5,550 to Rs 5,825 in the first quarter. This indicates a year-on-year growth of 31.6% from Rs 5,040 to Rs 5,350 in the same period last year, and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 20.8%.

Gurugram experienced impressive growth, with average property prices ranging from Rs 10,600 to Rs 11,450 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 9,880 to Rs 10,400 in the first quarter. Compared to the same period in 2023, where prices ranged from Rs 8,430 to Rs 8,650, this marks a year-on-year growth of 32.4% and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 10.09%.

Hyderabad saw a moderate increase in property prices, with averages ranging from Rs 6,350 to Rs 6,550 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 6,000 to Rs 6,300 in the first quarter. This represents a year-on-year growth of 11.1%, up from Rs 5,560 to Rs 5,900 in the same period of 2023, and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 3.9%.

In Chennai, the average property prices rose to Rs 7,840 to Rs 8,100 per square foot for the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 7,490 to Rs 7,600 in the first quarter. This represents a year-on-year growth of 9% from Rs 7,100 to Rs 7,400 in 2023, and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 6.5%.

Kolkata experienced a notable increase, with average property prices rising to Rs 5,850 to Rs 6,180 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 5,100 to Rs 5,400 in the first quarter. Compared to the same period last year, which saw prices between Rs 5,500 and Rs 5,700, this marks a year-on-year growth of 8.5% and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 14.4%.

Ahmedabad witnesses Stable Growth Pattern

Ahmedabad showed steady growth with average property prices ranging from Rs 5,300 to Rs 5,550 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 5,000 to Rs 5,200 in the first quarter. This indicates a year-on-year growth of 6.7%, from Rs 4,860 to Rs 5,200 in the same period of 2023, and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 6.7%.

Pune saw substantial growth, with average property prices ranging from Rs 7,460 to Rs 7,700 per square foot in the second quarter of 2024, up from Rs 6,850 to Rs 6,900 in the first quarter. Compared to the same period last year, where prices ranged from Rs 6,950 to Rs 7,200, this marks a year-on-year growth of 7.1% and a quarter-on-quarter growth of 11.5%.

Sunil Sisodiya, Founder of Geetanjali Homestate, commented, “The Indian real estate market is undergoing a dynamic transformation, with significant growth in property prices across major cities. This upward trend is indicative of the robust demand and the increasing investment in infrastructure and quality housing. Our comprehensive report provides valuable insights for buyers, investors, and developers looking to navigate this evolving market.”

Locality Avg price (April – June’24)

(Rs per Sqft)

Avg price (Jan – March’24)

(Rs per Sqft)

Avg price (April – June’23)

(Rs per Sqft)

QoQ growth YOY growth
Mumbai 21900 – 22200 20200 – 20500 20900 – 21200 8.2% 4.9%
Delhi 11480 – 11780 10950 – 11300 10300 – 10600 4.2% 11.2%
Bangalore 9500 – 9800 8200 – 8500 7800 – 8100 15.2% 21%
Noida/Greater Noida 6700 – 7040 5550 – 5825 5040 – 5350 20.8% 31.6%
Gurugram 10600 – 11450 9880 – 10400 8430 – 8650 10.09% 32.4%
Hyderabad 6350 – 6550 6000 – 6300 5560 – 5900 3.9% 11.1%
Chennai 7840 – 8100 7490 – 7600 7100 – 7400 6.5% 9%
Kolkata 5850 – 6180 5100 – 5400 5500 – 5700 14.4% 8.5%
Ahmedabad 5300 – 5550 5000 – 5200 4860 – 5200 6.7% 6.7%
Pune 7460 – 7700 6850 – 6900 6950 – 7200 11.5% 7.1%
Average 9330 – 9635 8590 – 8792 8270 – 8530 9.5% 12.9%

 

Property pricing Report – Geetanjali Homestate (Q2 2024) – Top 10 Cities

Geetanjali Homestate’s comprehensive report provides valuable insights for potential buyers, investors, and developers, emphasizing the dynamic and evolving nature of the Indian real estate market.

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