Why is real estate best investment opportunity?

Every smart investor will speak about three types of investment one is shares, second is bank deposits, third is real estate. We know that there are both positives and negatives in each of the investments. But real estate has proven to be a safer return on investment compared to any other type of investment.

What kinds of property are the best to invest?

In his book “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” Robert Kiyosaki says that putting money in residential property is a liability and we all know the adage “Only fools build houses and wise men live in them.” Residential property comes with a whole lot of maintenance costs, looking for tenants, depreciating costs, repairs and more. Whereas, in the right location, commercial property is always lucrative and grows tremendously. Land on the other hand is also a good option if you have the budget to lock your investment for a considerable period - the wait is at the most uncertain, if not very long, before one can liquefy the invested cash.

What is Financial District of Hyderabad?

The Financial District is:

  • 100 acres of bustling business activity with corporate giants including Microsoft, Wipro, Infosys, Computer Associates, Polaris, Cap Gemini, CYIENT, Cognizant, UBS, ICICI Bank and more.
  • Home to the backup headquarters of Bombay Stock Exchange and 100-storey business centre of Reliance Infrastructure.
  • The permanent office building of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA).
  • Is potential for gaining a special status by the Centre. Several plans have been drafted by the Government to make it the future New York of India.
  • Completion of metro rail will enhance the advantages of the city in terms of congenial environment for business activity.

Why is Hyderabad more promising than other metros?

Hyderabad is a growing city and is rated as the best destination for investors across industries.

  • It is 7th in the world as an IT outsourcing destination for health care, software testing, customer support, product development and financial services.
  • It is the 2nd largest city in India in terms of area (7100 sq. kms) and population (9.5 billion as of 2015).
  • The Hyderabad metro rail will be covering 72 kms and will be connecting various micro-markets across the city.
  • Hyderabad has lower cost of living, larger talent pool and world-class infrastructure thus attracting more and more companies across the world to invest in Hyderabad.
  • Per capita Income of Hyderabad is Rs 132,862 (2013-14), which is much above the country’s average, which shows the increasing buying power of consumers.

What is a Commercial property?

It means a Commercial real estate or income property, which is used for business purpose that generates income by way of rental and capital gains. The rental income depends upon the location and business potential of the tenant.

What is Residential property?

It means a dwelling unit or a flat primarily used for self-living or let out for rent for others to live in. The rental income depends on location, amenities, interiors etc., of the property but not on the income earning potential of the tenant.

Why should I invest in commercial property?

Commercial real estate or income property which is used for business purpose that generates income by way of rental and capital gains. The rental income depends upon the location and business potential of the tenant.

What is the difference in investing in residential property vs commercial property?

To understand the advantages of investing in a commercial property over residential property, we should take into consideration various points. The major differences are briefly as under:

Parameters Commercial Property Residential Property
Ownership Investor is the Owner of property Investor is the Owner of property
Rental Value Rent of property depends on the location for business and earning potential of the tenant, hence the rental value is higher compared to residential property. For Example: The cost could be Rs.35-40 per sft in prime location like Financial District, Gachibowli. Rent of property depends on wants and needs of the tenant like amenities and property near to his work, hence rental value of property is lower. For Example: The cost could be Rs.10-15 per sft in prime location like Jubilee Hills.
Furnishing Commercial Property need not be furnished and warm shell can be given on rent, hence repairs to furniture or interiors does not occur. Property needs to be furnished and the interiors and furniture needs to be changed to continue earning the rental income.
Tenant Lease period of commercial property fairly long term like 5-8 years within minimum lock in period. Lease period of property is only 11 months with only 2 months notice period.
Vacancy Property becomes vacant very rarely where good property and lease management services are available. Property may become vacant very often and dependence on real estate agents increases.
Maintenance Property generally maintained by well-qualified property management service professionals. Incase the tenant vacates; the property remains the warm shell requiring no painting. The owner of the property needs to take the maintenance of the property and every time the tenant vacates, the property needs to be repaired and painted.
Capital Value Any property which generates higher income has higher appreciation in property value. With increasing rent and business improvement, the capital value of property increases manifold. Rental value of residential property decreases as the number of tenants and usage increases over a period of time leads to leads to capital appreciation.
Resale Resale of commercial property has no issues like used property or old property. Investors wish to buy property that has higher rental value. Resale of residential property has social issues like used property. Any first time buyer wishes to buy a new residential property.

Investment in Commercial property is beneficial but what is the size of investment?

Commercial property investment is generally very high and not within the reach of normal investor and often it is difficult to find a good commercial property for investment. Kapil Towers offers a highly rewarding commercial property investment.

When I can buy land, why should I invest in commercial property?

If you have money or the right location to invest in land, then you should go ahead. But the risk is higher in land rather than in commercial property. We never know how the land rates may fluctuate also with the fear of land sharks and encroachment there is a great threat to security. It is always safer to invest in areas where the development has already begun and there is a great potential for businesses to come in the future also.

What are Kapil Towers?

Kapil Towers are the twin towers, which include a IT Tower and a Hotel Tower. Both of the towers stand at an imposing 75 meters with unparalleled 360-degree view. Kapil Towers are currently the tallest buildings in the Financial District of Hyderabad.

Being in the heart of the financial district, Kapil Towers is just about 5 kms from Hitech City. The Financial District spans across 100 acres and is promoted by the Telangana Government State Industrial and Infrastructure Corporation (TSIIC). The district is home to several multi-national companies including Microsoft, Wipro, Infosys, Computer Associates, Polaris, Cap Gemini, CYIENT, Cognizant, NVIDIA, VIRTUSA, UBS and ICICI Bank and boasts of futuristic urban planning with world-class infrastructure.

Why should I invest in Kapil Towers?

Investing in Kapil Towers means being a part of the family of a robust and ever growing financial community. Kapil Group is a conglomerate of over thirty companies involved in 20 different types of business activities operating through its 400 offices. The group gainfully employs around 17,500 people and has an annual turnover exceeding 4,500 Cr. (as on March 2015).

Kapil Towers have the following advantages:

  • Centrally located in the Financial District with some of the world’s largest Fortune 500 companies in the vicinity.
  • Tallest Hotel building in the twin states of AP and Telangana.
  • First tallest building in Financial District being over 75 meters high with helipad.
  • Built to Leed Gold Standard and Shell Standard with low-E double panel glazing glasses, which reduces air conditioning load through radiation.
  • Twin towers constructed by Dakshin Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. with one IT block of 18 floors and Hotel Block of 20 floors managed by Oakwood Asia Pacific, Singapore.
  • Excellence in building infrastructure enables businesses to save operational costs.

What is the least amount of property I can own Kapil Towers?

You can own property in multiples of 120 sft. and the least you can own is 120 sft in both the IT Tower and in the Hotel tower. The cost in Hotel tower for 120 sft is Rs 12,500/- plus Rs 200 per sft towards corpus fund. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 65/- per sft per month with 5% escalation every year.

The cost of the IT Towers is Rs 8000/- per sft plus Rs 200/- towards corpus funds. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 40/- per sft per month.

  • These figures are subject to change depending on market conditions. Kindly contact our executive for current figures.

What is the minimum investment that I will need in Kapil Towers?

The minimum investment you will need is to own 120 sft of the IT Towers for 9.6 Lakhs.

The cost in Hotel tower for 120 sft is Rs 12,500/- plus Rs 200 per sft towards corpus fund. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 65/- per sft per month with 5% escalation every year.

The cost of the IT Tower is Rs 8000/- per sft plus Rs 200/- towards corpus funds. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 40/- per sft per month.

  • These figures are subject to change depending on market conditions. Kindly contact our executive for current figures.

What are the returns of investing in Kapil IT Tower?

The cost of the IT Tower is Rs 8000/- per sft plus Rs 200/- towards corpus funds. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 40/- per sft per month.

  • These figures are subject to change depending on market conditions. Kindly contact our executive for current figures.

What are the returns of investing in Kapil Hotel Tower?

The cost in Hotel tower for 120 sft is Rs 12,500/- plus Rs 200 per sft towards corpus fund. This will give you immediate returns of Rs 65/- per sft with 5% escalation every year.

  • These figures are subject to change depending on market conditions. Kindly contact our executive for current figures.

Can I choose which part of the towers I can own?

No, You cannot choose your purchased area and it will be allotted randomly. The entire property is a common amenity and cannot be divided into parts from which you can choose. You will own a quantum of the property, which will be allotted randomly and may fall in any part of the property.

Do I have independent rights as an owner of the property?

Yes, You have independent rights as in you can sell or transfer the property whenever you please. You may not however use the property to restructure it as per your needs, since the entire property is a common amenity and cannot be subject to individual fancy.

Can I build my office in my space purchased in Kapil Towers?

No, you will not have the right to alter or occupy for personal use any of the property purchased by you. However, you will have rights to sell the property whenever you wish to any party with the same conditions.

What do I do when I need to liquidate my investment?

You can liquidate your property anytime you wish by selling to any party of your choice, at the price of your choice at any given point of time.

Can I sell my property at any given time?

Yes, you can sell and liquidate your property anytime you wish by selling to any party of your choice, at the price of your choice at any given point of time.

What is credibility of Kapil Group Company?

Kapil Group is a conglomerate of over thirty companies involved in 20 different types of business activities operating through its 400 offices. The group gainfully employs around 17,500 people and has an annual turnover exceeding 4,500 Cr. (as on March 2015).

The group has several businesses in its fold, including Chit Funds (Assessment Management), Development of layouts for residential and commercial buildings (Real Estate), Construction, Serviced Apartments, Hotels and Restaurants, Finance (NBFC), Information Technology, Television News Channel (HMTV), English Daily Newspaper (The Hans India), Manufacturing and Executing Precast Compound Walls and Godowns, Solar Power, Property Management, Bakery (Factories), Manufacture of PP/HM Bags, Printing Press, Corporate Insurance Agency, health and Wellness Therapy Centers, Ayurveda Hospital, Cancer Hospital, Horticulture, Cultivation of Vegetables, Dairy, Poultry, Piggery, Sheep/Goat Rearing, Telecom Infrastructure Services, Travel Agency, Overseas Money Transfer agents and distribution of home and office appliances etc.

The group undertakes its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by managing a 100-bedded non-profit Cancer Hospital set-up in a remote rural area and also supports around 400 students to pursue higher education each year.

Facts of Hyderabad Facts of Financial District Facts of Kapil Towers
It is 7th in the world as an IT outsourcing destination for health care, software testing, customer support, product development and financial services. 100 acres of bustling business activity with corporate giants including Microsoft, Wipro, Infosys, Computer Associates, Polaris, Cap Gemini, CYIENT, Cognizant, UBS, ICICI Bank and more. Centrally located in the Financial District with some of the world’s largest Fortune 500 companies in the vicinity.
It is the 2nd largest city in India in terms of area (7100 sq. kms) and population (9.5 billion as of 2015). Home to the backup headquarters of Bombay Stock Exchange and 100-storey business centre of Reliance Infrastructure. Tallest Hotel building in the twin states of AP and Telangana.
The Hyderabad metro rail will be covering 72 kms and will be connecting various micro-markets across the city. Financial District houses the permanent office building of Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA). First tallest building in Financial District being over 75 meters high with helipad.
Hyderabad has lower cost of living, larger talent pool and world-class infrastructure thus attracting more and more companies across the world to invest in Hyderabad. Centre has a clear vision on the special status of Hyderabad. Several plans have been drafted by the Government to make it the future New York of India. Built to Leed Gold Standard and Shell Standard with low-E double panel glazing glasses, which reduces air conditioning load through radiation.
Per capita Income of Hyderabad is Rs 1,32,862 (2013-14) which is much above the country’s average which shows the increasing buying power of consumers. Completion of metro rail will enhance the advantages of the city in terms of congenial environment for business activity. Twin towers constructed by Dakshin Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. with one IT Block of 18 floors and Hotel Block of 20 floors managed by Oakwood Asia Pacific, Singapore. Excellence in building infrastructure enables businesses to save operational costs.