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1.Mall space set to increase by 65 mn sq ft in India

Real estate developers are investing in the construction of malls, thereby adding 65 mn sq ft of new mall supply by 2022, as per a report by Anarock.

2.Looking back at 72 Years of Independence

A bittersweet dawn for India’s housing sector

3.Post DeMo and RERA, branded developers dominate with 53% of new housing supply in H1 2019

An integral parts of Indian residential real estate’s coming-of-age process is the rise of *branded developers, who are outpacing their non-branded competition in overall housing launches. Reformatory changes led by demonetisation and RERA have spearheaded this movement.

4.India to get over 65 million sq ft of new mall space by 2022-end

It’s raining malls in India! Despite the onslaught of the e-commerce business across the country, malls are still serious business. According to Anarock's latest retail report ‘TCCx: Redefining the Future of Retail Malls’ released at the CII North Retail Conclave recently in Delhi, the sector is riding high on the phenomenal rise of consumerism and renewed interest by institutional investors.

5.Maharashtra leads in implementation of RERA

Under the Real-Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA), project and real-estate agents across India have been on the rise from November 2018-April 2019.

6.Lessons learnt over two years of RERA’s implementation

About 19 states having a fully operational real-estate regulatory authority

7.Maharashtra leads in implementation of RERA

To date, 20,500-20,600 projects are registered, of which 13,000 are ongoing

8.Will India’s housing sector return to favour with PE firms?

PE firms have their own investment rationale, and Indian residential real estate has been far from attractive to them.

9.ANAROCK: Entity level PE inflows in Indian realty up 17% in last two years

Data trends from ANAROCK’s recent report Private Equity in Indian Real Estate indicate that the share of entity level investments is on the rise

10.Big Deal!

Of private equity investments worth $4 billion in India’s real estate in 2018, the commercial segment has attracted a lion’s share of 70 per cent