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India on top for first-time homebuyers in affordable housing

In a study done by Investing Reviews, India is among the top 10 countries in the world where buyers find it easier to purchase their first home. The home buyers in India find that India has the most affordable housing of all the G20, OECD, and EU countries.

Low property costs per square meter, flexible options for construction quality, and affordable utility costs make it easier for new housing design in India which suits the low average salaries for people in India. Read the complete story published by moneycontrol (source),

This is a good sign and Knight Frank India published a detailed report on how affordable housing is shaping up in India.

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