About Us

Land Trade India.com is formed for Land banking, which is a common practice adopted by Government Authorities & Private Developers, whereby they accumulate land for development well before the date at which they intend to sub-divide and build new buildings for housing, offices space or for market place.

Property development is often viewed as a ‘pipeline’ process, whereby development firms move sequentially through undeveloped sites and gradually change vacant rural lands into urban developments.

In this regard, property development is just another production process.

During periods of real estate growth, the price appreciation typically exceeds in many folds. Thereby the investors get an opportunity to multiply their wealth. Generally investment in land always gives positive return if you compare with any other asset class.


Why Land Trade India?

Vacant land is one of the most overlooked and misunderstood real estate investments. A lot of people have this erroneous notion that vacant land is a “weak” or even “pointless” investment and it doesn’t produce income. This is an unfortunate misconception because the truth is – vacant land is capable of producing some serious cash flow and it is one of the best investments in the world because of its hands-off nature.

As part of a portfolio, along with other traditional asset classes of investment vehicles, real estate allows you to achieve higher returns for a given level of portfolio risk. Similarly, by adding real estate to your portfolio, you could maintain your portfolio returns while decreasing your risk.

The simplicity and stability that comes with owning the right piece of land purchased at the right time & price can far outweigh the myriad of problems that come with owning any other type of real estate. If you’ve overlooked vacant land as an investment opportunity in the past, you need to take a few minutes and get educated from the experts of 'LandTradeIndia.com'.

Objectives of Land Trade India

  • Search and acquire information on what land is available & where;
  • Assess the future prospects of the land parcel which has already been identified based on expected infrastructure development in the region;
  • After getting the positive assessment about the identified land parcel, negotiate with the potential sellers;
  • Accrue the land at the best possible rate;
  • After acquisition, develop the land with the prevailing land-use regulations of the appropriate authority;
  • Sell or allot the developed land to the investors or end users.

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