Is debt in real estate a bad thing?
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Is debt in real estate a bad thing?

Over the past few months, there have been announcements by various real estate companies that they are debt free or are on a timeline to reduce debt. From DLF to the Hawelia and Omaxe groups and many more have announced that they would reduce debt. Many groups like DLF, Hiranandani, Embassy and RMZ sold corporate assets to consolidators like Brookfield, Blackstone and GIC. This capital has been used to reduce debt. So, is debt the bad boy of real estate finance?

Real estate players are lowering or eliminating debt from their books. Industry experts say the capital markets for real estate are still evolving and maturing. Debt management by loanee companies are today being closely monitored by lenders, who too are learning the ropes as capital structures evolve in real estate, says E Jayashree Kurup.

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Over the past few months, there have been announcements by various real estate companies that they are debt free or are on a timeline to reduce debt. From DLF to the Hawelia and Omaxe groups and many more have announced that they would reduce debt. Many groups like DLF, Hiranandani, Embassy and RMZ sold corporate assets to consolidators like Brookfield, Blackstone and GIC. This capital has been used to reduce debt. So, is debt the bad boy of real estate finance? Real estate players are lowering or eliminating debt from their books. Industry experts say the capital markets for real estate are still evolving and maturing. Debt management by loanee companies are today being closely monitored by lenders, who too are learning the ropes as capital structures evolve in real estate, says E Jayashree Kurup.Click here to read more

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