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Unsold Stock of Homes Priced >INR 2.5 Cr Sees 24% Yearly Dip in MMR

  • Despite overall inventory in MMR seeing a 13% yearly increase at Q1 2023-end, homes priced >INR 2.5 Cr saw their inventory shrink from approx. 20,480 units in Q1 2022 to approx. 15,520 units by Q1 2023-end
  • Luxury stock was the only category to see inventory reduce in MMR; all other segments – affordable, mid & premium – saw an increase
  • At 33%, MMR homes priced INR 40 lakh to INR 80 lakh saw the highest increase in unsold stock – from approx. 40,245 units in Q1 2022 to approx. 53,550 units by Q1 2023-end
  • Inventory of homes priced INR 80 lakh to INR 1.5 Cr rose by 23% in the period – from approx. 43,140 units in Q1 2022 to approx. 53,080 units in Q1 2023; inventory of units priced INR 1.5 Cr to INR 2.5 Cr saw a 7% jump
  • Affordable homes’ unsold stock rose by 6% in MMR – from approx. 50,860 units in Q1 2022 to approx. 53,970 units in Q1 2023

Mumbai, June 23, 2023: Luxury housing sales continued to top the charts post the pandemic – particularly in MMR, where prices in this segment had dropped during the first wave. Latest ANAROCK data shows a 24% yearly decline in MMR’s unsold stock of homes priced >INR 2.5 Cr.

At Q1 2022-end, MMR’s unsold stock in this category stood at approx. 20,480 units; this dropped to approx. 15,520 units by Q1 2023-end. At pre-Covid Q1 2019-end, MMR’s luxury stock was approx. 23,130 units.

Overall unsold housing stock across all budget categories in MMR saw a yearly rise of 13% – from approx. 1,77,560 units by Q1 2022-end to approx. 2,00,540 units by Q1 2023-end. The luxury segment was the only one to see the 24% decline in the period. Unsold stock of mid-segment homes (priced INR 40 – 80 lakh) in MMR saw the highest rise of 33% in the year – from approx. 40,245 units by Q1 2022-end to approx. 53,550 units by Q1 2023-end.

MMR’s inventory of homes priced INR 80 Lakh to INR 1.5 Cr rose by 23% in the period – from approx. 43,140 units by Q1 2022-end to approx. 53,080 units by Q1 2023-end – while inventory of homes priced between INR 1.5 Cr to INR 2.5 Cr saw a 7% jump. The stock of affordable homes (priced within INR 40 lakh) jumped up by 6% in MMR – from approx. 50,860 units in Q1 2022 to approx. 53,970 units in Q1 2023.

MMR – Unsold Stock Across Budget Segments 

Unsold Stock Across Budget Categories in MMR
Budget Categories Stock as of Q1 2023-end (Units) Stock as of Q1 2022-end (Units) % Change
<INR 40 lakh 53,970 50,860 6%
INR 40 lakh – INR 80 Lakh 53,550 40,250 33%
INR 80 lakh – INR 1.5 Cr 53,080 43,140 23%
INR 1.5 Cr – INR 2.5 Cr 24,420 22,830 7%
>INR 2.5 Cr 15,520 20,480 -24%
Total 2,00,540 1,77,560 13%

Source: ANAROCK Research

“Luxury homes are driving housing sales across most cities since the first Covid-19 wave,” says Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Group. “The quest for more space – one of the defining characteristics of luxury homes – fuels most of this demand, which has helped developers to clear significant chunks of their unsold luxury stock. Data also reveals a 1% decline in the overall unsold stock of luxury homes priced >INR 2.5 Cr across all top 7 cities; however, MMR saw a 24% yearly decline in its unsold luxury stock. In fact, the current luxury stock of approx. 15,520 units is the lowest the city has held in this category in a long time.”

Furthermore, despite increased new supply in the top 7 cities in Q1 2023, overall unsold stock across all budget categories remained static in the period. It was approx. 6.28 lakh units by Q1 2022-end and stood at approx. 6.27 lakh units as on Q1 2023-end.

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