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1.HDFC Property Fund to raise $500 mn

After raising a $750 mn fund and a $350 mn fund in 2007-08 and 2014-15 respectively, HDFC Property will be raising a $500-million special situations fund, which will invest in residential projects, both under development as well as buyout projects with ready, unsold inventory at a discount.

2.Modi 2.0: Infrastructure expected to remain the government’s focus

Infrastructure liquidity crunch needs a solution

3.Bold policies, tough decisions for infrastructure in the next five years

Major positive policy measures for the construction and infrastructure sectors

4.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.

5.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

6.Will affordable housing revive residential investments?

Equity investments down to 3 per cent in 2018 from 27 per cent

7.Will affordable housing revive residential investments?

Grappling with multiple issues like stalled or delayed projects, liquidity crunch

8. Irfan Razack, CMD, Prestige Group, on the year that was for Indian realty and looking ahead

The real estate market has proved to be resilient in 2018. Despite witnessing several major policy changes with the implementation of RERA and GST, we have still managed to do well as an industry.

9.HDFC and NIIF’s new partnership in an investment platform! What is so special about it?

The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) of India has announced an investment of Rs 6.6 billion in HDFC capital affordable real estate 2 (H-CARE 2), an investment platform, managed by HDFC Capital Advisors, a wholly owned subsidiary of HDFC.

10.HDFC ERGO launches inherent defects insurance policy

HDFC ERGO, among the country’s largest non-life insurance provider in the private sector, has announced the launch of the ‘Inherent Defects Policy’, a first-of-its-kind product in the non-life insurance sector.