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1.Looking back at 72 Years of Independence

A bittersweet dawn for India’s housing sector

2.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.

3.Rs 4,517.50 billion worth of housing stuck in stages of non-completion

NCR and MMR account for 72 per cent of total stuck housing units

4.Housing sales boosted by 12 per cent in Q1 2019 over Q4 2018

Defying previous election year trends when sales and new launches remained muted during this period, Q1 2019 saw both housing sales and new supply rise due to multiple Government sops in the first three months of 2019.

5.Only 16 lakh houses handed over of 73 lakh+ houses sanctioned

Need to adopt technologies to fast-track affordable housing construction

6.Multi-modal infrastructure steers India's real estate growth

In line with its aim to enter the US$ 5 trillion club economy by 2025 – which is highly dependent on real estate and infrastructure – the government has taken a multi-modal approach towards infrastructure development in the country over the last five years.

7.Has RERA transformed Indian real estate sector into an investor-friendly market?

Indian home buyers have traditionally been at a disadvantage in the property market. Despite the fact that three in ten property projects are said to face some kind of construction delay, buyers who had to buy into under-construction projects because of budget constraints had little recourse if the project stalled.

8.Here are three key trends that emerged in residential real estate in 2018!

In real estate residential segment, affordable housing is anticipated to take the lead in 2019. The infrastructure status and various tax incentives is expected to attract more prominent developers.

9.Will the RERA, GST and REITs reforms bring out the desired impact for real estate in 2019?

2017 was a bad year for Indian realty. Launches dulled as the industry reeled under the impact of demonetisation and the newly introduced Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) and Goods and Service Tax (GST).

10.REITs: A boon to DLF, Prestige, Indiabulls, Essar to sell their stake to international institutional investors

The Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) reform was heralded as the initiative that would bring depth to Indian commercial realty.