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1.Will the Budget 2019 meet the real estate and constructions sector expectations?

With a target to make India the world’s third largest economy by 2030, the government has its mission set.


2.What RoI Can One Expect from REITs?

The listing of India’s first REIT by Blackstone-backed Embassy Group has been in the offing for quite some time, but it now it will finally be listed and open for investment on 18 March 2019. As REITs get officially deployed in India, investors hoping to cash on this new avenue for generous ROI growth seek to understand what exactly is in store for them - and for the real estate market.


3.The Sunrise Sector

The year 2018 saw India’s warehousing and logistics sector coming of age, outshining some conventional real-estate asset classes and attracting the attention of global investors.


4.Size and Cost of Warehouse Development

Trending size is increasing from 1-1.5 to 3-5 lakh sq ft


5.Where is India’s warehousing sector heading to?

Some developers are likely to command nearly 100 mn sq ft of Grade-A space


6.A critical challenge in warehousing is still buying land

Need to standardise building and design for warehouse development


7.Do investors prefer new warehouse developments or completed projects?

Interestingly, investors are also exploring land-only options for long term


8.What operating models do warehouse developers prefer?

Leased ready-built properties seen as a major preference by tenants


9.Development portfolio of large warehousing developers

Investments by IndoSpace, Embassy Industrial Parks, Hiranandani Communities


10.REITable office assets expected to be valued at $ 35 billion: JLL India

Bengaluru will provide highest REITable assets worth $10.7 billion