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After two long years of pandemic-related lockdowns and subsequent economic turmoil, India’s real estate market has continued to set unprecedented sales benchmarks through the past year. Rapid progress in urbanisation on the back of sustained public infrastructure spending has helped the industry make a comprehensive recovery throughout Tier I, II, and III cities. According to The National Commission on Population (NCP) over 600 million Indians are expected to live in urban areas by 2036, demonstrating the sector’s potential to be one of India’s fastest-growing industries. 

Becoming a successful real estate professional

Buying a home can be quite an emotional journey for people, and it’s a decision that often requires extensive research and planning. Whether it’s a first-time buyer or a veteran, one tends to look up to trusted individuals – be it family or trained professionals – to guide them through the process and help make informed decisions. While Indians have usually been reliant on a network of family and friends when making property-related decisions, a trained professional such as a licensed real estate agent can help navigate the complex world of real estate and provide insights into the local market, neighbourhoods, and homes that meet a specific criterion. Considering agents are a critical link between buyers and sellers, it is essential that they know their market, are tech-savvy and can identify the best deal for everyone involved.