Property registrations in Mumbai, the country’s biggest real estate market, have continued to reflect robust momentum in February, surpassing the pre-pandemic levels witnessed two years ago by a wide margin.


This is also the first time since the stamp duty reduction benefit came to an end last year, the city has seen monthly registration of over 10,000 apartments. In terms of revenue to the state exchequer, the month has recorded the best February ever with over Rs 561 crore stamp duty collection.


The country’s commercial capital witnessed registration of over 10,026 residential deals in February, showing data from the Inspector General of Registration, Maharashtra. This registration number is up 23% from January, which itself was a 10-year record.