Leading Realtors See Pre-Sales Boom in FY24
Real Estate

Leading Realtors See Pre-Sales Boom in FY24

Leading listed real estate developers are experiencing a significant surge in pre-sales in FY24, driven by robust demand and favourable market conditions. According to recent data, major realty firms like DLF, Lodha, and Godrej Properties have reported record pre-sales figures, reflecting a strong recovery in the housing sector.

DLF, one of the country's top real estate players, has recorded pre-sales of ?2,040 crore in the first quarter of FY24, marking a substantial year-on-year increase. Similarly, Macrotech Developers (Lodha) has seen pre-sales soar to ?3,300 crore, driven by high demand in both luxury and mid-income housing segments. Godrej Properties also reported impressive pre-sales, attributing the growth to new project launches and strategic sales initiatives.

The boom in pre-sales is largely attributed to a combination of factors including lower interest rates, increased consumer confidence, and a renewed focus on homeownership post-pandemic. Additionally, the implementation of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) has boosted buyer confidence by ensuring greater transparency and accountability in the sector.

Industry experts predict that this upward trend will continue, fueled by urbanisation, rising disposable incomes, and government incentives for affordable housing. Developers are optimistic about sustaining this growth momentum, with many planning to launch new projects and expand their footprints in key markets.

The positive pre-sales performance not only highlights the resilience of the real estate sector but also underscores its critical role in the overall economic recovery. As developers adapt to changing consumer preferences and market dynamics, the outlook for the real estate industry remains bullish for the remainder of FY24.

Leading listed real estate developers are experiencing a significant surge in pre-sales in FY24, driven by robust demand and favourable market conditions. According to recent data, major realty firms like DLF, Lodha, and Godrej Properties have reported record pre-sales figures, reflecting a strong recovery in the housing sector. DLF, one of the country's top real estate players, has recorded pre-sales of ?2,040 crore in the first quarter of FY24, marking a substantial year-on-year increase. Similarly, Macrotech Developers (Lodha) has seen pre-sales soar to ?3,300 crore, driven by high demand in both luxury and mid-income housing segments. Godrej Properties also reported impressive pre-sales, attributing the growth to new project launches and strategic sales initiatives. The boom in pre-sales is largely attributed to a combination of factors including lower interest rates, increased consumer confidence, and a renewed focus on homeownership post-pandemic. Additionally, the implementation of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) has boosted buyer confidence by ensuring greater transparency and accountability in the sector. Industry experts predict that this upward trend will continue, fueled by urbanisation, rising disposable incomes, and government incentives for affordable housing. Developers are optimistic about sustaining this growth momentum, with many planning to launch new projects and expand their footprints in key markets. The positive pre-sales performance not only highlights the resilience of the real estate sector but also underscores its critical role in the overall economic recovery. As developers adapt to changing consumer preferences and market dynamics, the outlook for the real estate industry remains bullish for the remainder of FY24.

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