The government made necessary and timely interventions through liquidity infusion, fiscal support and reform driven investments in the initial leg of relief measures.
Further, the central bank and the central government rolled out other critical measures including loan moratorium, relaxation of NPA classification norms, one-time restructuring of corporate and personal loans (including home loans), etc.
These measures and concessions have definitely helped in enhancing consumer sentiment, thus boosting consumption, resulting in increased traction in the real estate sector. While we have seen a continuance of recovery in the fourth quarter which started in the third quarter of 2020, the actual market transaction volumes continue to be lower compared to pre-Covid levels.
In this context, we believe that the following additional measures will aid in spurring consumption, investment; thus, resulting in a sustenance of a recovery led growth in the next few quarters.
(The writer is former CEO & Country Head (India), JLL. Views expressed are personal)
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