Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Real Estate 2013 : Top 10

The year 2012 hasn’t been great for the real estate sector, and things won’t be much next year either, says a report by PropEquity.
While the residential sector witnessed the maximum deals this year, private equity investment in the sector dried up, an indication of the overall negative sentiment plaguing the economy.
According to the report, the negative sentiment of 2012 may get carried forward into the first quarter of the next financial year, though the Real Estate Regulation Bill and the Land Acquisition Bill may help the sector revive thereafter.
The report takes a look at 10 markets that are likely to do well:

Read full :  Find out the top 10

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Real Estate In India Is On Boom

Every year there is some kind of development taking place in India whether that development is in science and technology, economic growth and even in real estate. There is a certain boom in India housing market and this is the reason why many people are going for real estate in India. According to market experts, India housing market has got a lot of potential and in few years it will be riding high. That's why anyone who looks for safe financial commitment simply selects real estate in India.
The main reason for rising property in India is that it hosts the transparent legal and accounting system which ensures that you are investing your money in the right direction and also in the lucrative option. To attract more and more investors especially foreign investors' government has also liberalized the foreign direct policy. By this more and more investors are coming and investing their money into real estate India. In a recent survey it was revealed that, India stands on the fourth position among the top four Asian destinations for foreign direct financial commitment.
Seeing this current fad you can say that India is going in a right direction and soon more and more people will be coming forward to go for real estate in India. Above all, India is one such country that provides the perfect environment offering maximum benefits to the investors. People are more attracted towards India for the exact real estate is only due to the fact that India is the largest democracy with excellent democratic governance equally supported by strong and transparent legal and accounting system. Furthermore, it also has legal protection for ip rights. This means going for real estate in India is the wisest step.
Nowadays, apart from real estate in India no other business is lucrative and revenue generating, investing in commercial land, agricultural land, land for schools, hospitals or resorts, land for houses and shopping malls is the wisest choice. This current boom in real estate in India is equally teamed with the development taking place in various small India cities such as Indore, Jaipur, Ahmedabad or Coimbatore. Thus, you can say that investing money in property will safeguard your future.

The scenario

Despite inhibitors such as euro zone crisis, policy paralysis and dampening investor sentiments, the Indian economy has showed resilience given strong fundamentals like urbanization, a rich demographic dividend, rising disposable incomes, propensity to consume and propensity to save.

Our recent research paper Indian Realty Through the Looking Glass discusses the real estate industry's placement in the current scenario. The report throws light on what can unlock the logjams to fast track real estate development in India, alongside a detailed analysis of the performance of office, retail and residential asset types.


Commercial: The period from 2Q12-4Q12 could provide a fast closing window of opportunity for both buyers and tenants of office space, when rental and capital values are moderately above their cyclical low.

Retail: Quality of retail space should be elevated to meet the standards demanded by international brands.

Residential: The residential market is full of demand, provided price is aligned to move towards affordability. Timely execution is a must to maintain healthy sales volumes as buyers' preference to buy is closely linked to the certainty of possession by the promised date.