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Film actor Rajesh Khanna bought a bungalow in iconic Carter Road in Mumbai for Rs.3.5 lakhs in 1970. His heirs sold it recently for Rs.85 crores. The property has multiplied by 2428 times or an annualized return of 19.38% over 44 years.
Samudhra Mahal in Mumbai is another expensive property. A flat purchased in 1970 at Rs.700 per sq.ft was sold at Rs.1,18,000 per sq.ft in 2013. Money multiplied by 168 times in 43 years. This works out to an annualized return of 12.66%.
In 1963, someone paid Rs.1 lakh to buy his first house, a 2916 sq.feet apartment at Usha Kiran, Carmicheal road, in tony South Mumbai. In 2011 he sold it for Rs.25 crore. Money multiplied by 2500 times over 48 years or an annualized return of 17.70%.
In Dalal Street, Mumbai a unit was Rs.100 in 1980. After 34 years, it sells at Rs.27,000 per sq.ft. Money multiplied by 270 times in 33 years. This works out to an annualized return of 17.90%.
The first three properties can be bought and owned by cream or elite of the society who are worth at least hundreds of crores.
The last property in Dalal street; anybody could have bought with whatever money available at his disposal. You can buy it even now. Your son or daughter would be able to buy it even 20 years down the line.
The last property is Sensex. A sq.feet is a metaphor for one unit. If dividend yield is also included (assuming 2