Immobilier: le Secteur Craint un Effondrement des Prix

7 years, 8 months ago - May 01, 2014
Les spécialistes de l’immobilier semblent s’accorder sur un point. Le pays n’est pas dans une situation de bulle, où les prix de l’immobilier augmentent rapidement et sans lien avec les fondamentaux économiques tels que les rendements locatifs. Pour autant, le contexte actuel n’en est pas moins rassurant.

The least we can say is that the craze for real estate in recent years, combined with the economic gloom that haunts us from the beginning of the global recession in 2008, has led to an unprecedented surplus of offers all levels: office space, land, apartments and even niche IRS / ERS  (Integrated Resorts Scheme /  Real Estate Scheme).

In contrast, the land sector specialists note a certain stabilization of land prices in recent years.  "Regarding  residential land, there has  been no price increase  over the last three years, "  says one of them. Adding that it follows significant increases during the period from 2002 to 2008.

Thus, to fathom Ebony now costs nearly Rs 25,000. Same as Sodnac, whereas Black River fathom the price can vary between Rs 15,000 and Rs 30,000.

Facing oversupply, a market correction seems imminent.  "This surplus spaces will cause  an automatic  adjustment of property prices,  prices that are closer to the realities of the  market "  , for its share , Swadicq Nuthay, economist and  Chief Executive  Officer  of the group  Axys .

He observed before the crisis, the price of luxury villas had soared due to strong demand from foreigners. According to him, the craze for expatriates IRS had artificially raise the rent for this type of residence. So much so, he said, there was a concentration of expatriates in some coastal regions.

Yet despite massive inflows of foreign investment, even the IRS niche / ERS suffers from a lack of buyers: only 1,122 of the 4,288 villas IRS / ERS approved today by the  Board of Investment  were sold adécembre the last year.

The possibility of a bubble being rejected yet, is that a price collapse worries. The measures taken by the Bank of Mauritius in October last year to contain the credit construction, among others, could well worsen the situation, especially as several real estate projects already difficult takers.

For Kentish Moorghen,  Chartered Valuation Surveyor , the priority now is to facilitate access to housing for the middle class.

 

Text by lexpress.mu

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