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The scenario has changed. What mattered before Corona is a thing of the past. Fear of an imminent crash, physical limitations of lockdown and low cost of borrowing have created a new market equation where demand surprisingly tips supply and the prices hold. Nay improve.

Those lovely memories of children playing in the backyard and growing up; friends coming over for a drink and dinner and everyone enjoying themselves; the fragrance of roses, lilacs, jasmine and hyacinth in flower pots that you watered with your own hands; those soft words of tenderness and gratitude that you murmured when loosening the soil of your aloe vera and campanula; petunia and begonia with a caring smile on your face and whose fragrance went beyond your nostrils; the aroma of barbeques and curries; saffron and cinnamon laced in green teas, whose olfactory imprint became one of your cherished intangible souvenirs; the mirth and laughter that still ring in your ears; the bedroom passion of your younger days and the compassion behind those heated arguments; where you showered your grandma suffering from Alzheimer’s with unconditional love, something you had learnt from your pet dog Micky or cat Sandra; a place where you learnt to be yourself, were yourself, became yourself, with or sometimes without clothes: all these felt experiences make a bouquet of living memories that one can die for. They are all, not mysteriously though, trapped in your mind. And so are you!

Thus you keep on living in your house, although common sense would dictate that you need to sell for…


Many are surprized how the real estate market is holding steady. But it is a precarious balance, like the last thread of a rope torn in the middle, in a game of tug-of-war! The real impact will be felt once the impediments imposed by the lockdown are removed.

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The recession caused by Corona is different from any other recession in the past, whether caused by pandemics or other economic and political forces. Now, preservation of capital, liquidity, and guaranteed incomes for life will be the focus of families and small businesses.


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Bushan Bhat

Writer, Poet. Growth Mindset Learner. Believer in Life, Harmony, Laughter; Keen to Share Unique Perceptions and Tales. Also, Write on Real Estate and Finance.

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