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1.Indian real estate sector optimistic about 2013

The year 2012 was a discouragement for Indian real estate developer. Now it is a big question on how the market performance would be in 2013. According to Ashutosh Limaye, Head-Research & Real Estate Intelligence Service, Jones Lang LaSalle India developers are hoping for an optimistic future with the government’s plan to give realty sector an industry status and favourable policies, after a long wait.


2.Indian real estate sector optimistic about 2013

The year 2012 was a discouragement for Indian real estate developer. Now it is a big question on how the market performance would be in 2013. According to Ashutosh Limaye, Head-Research & Real Estate Intelligence Service, Jones Lang LaSalle India developers are hoping for an optimistic future with the government’s plan to give realty sector an industry status and favourable policies, after a long wait.


3.Blackstone set to earn big profit in BÆluruÆs real estate JV

Global investor Blackstone is set for a possible maiden profit from the Indian real estate market, riding on robust luxury apartment sales in Bengaluru. Blackstone is exiting a JV with southern developer Embassy Property Developments, building 467 residential units, raking in more than Rs 210 crore.


4.Blackstone-Embassy JV to invest Rs.5,000 cr

Blackstone´s Indian real estate JV Embassy Office Parks will invest $750 mn, or around Rs 5,000 crore


5.Residential real estate prices to drop by 30 per cent

In the aftermath of the demonetisation impact on the Indian real estate sector, market value of residential property of over Rs 8 lakh crore is expected to be wiped off in the next six to 12 months, according to research by PropEquity.


6.Chinese conglomerate Fosun to invest $1 bn in Indian real estate

Chinese business conglomerate Fosun is known to be in the process of setting up a real estate focused platform in India that would invest as much as $1 billion through equity transactions, as per reports.


7.Six Major Trends for Indian Real Estate in 2017

India ranked fourth in developing Asia for FDI inflows as per the World Investment Report 2016 by the United Nations Conference for Trade and Development. That is endorsement at the highest levels – and real estate saw equity investment on a very visible return journey to India last year. Indian real estate has attracted US$ ~32 billion in private equity so far. The global capital flow into Indian real estate in 2016 stood at US$ ~5.7 billion.


8.One year of demonetisation: The struggle for reforms

Demonetisation was undoubtedly a landmark event in the history of our economy. The aim of demonetisation was to curb the use of black money, but the cash crunch it caused contributed to significantly lower real GDP growth in the subsequent quarter


9.Improved Ease of Doing Business – A Boost for Real Estate Funding

India has registered a historic improvement in latest ranking for doing business, released on 31 October by the World Bank. In fact, it is one of the top ten improvers for the current year assessment, thanks to the implementation of key reforms pertinent to eight out of the 10 indicators that World Bank factors in for this index.


10.Look out for the business in affordable housing and the opportunity for developers

The numbers say it all: 'Affordable' is the name of the game! Indeed, H1 2017 witnessed the resurrection of affordable housing across India with 71 per cent launches coming under the Rs 50-lakh price segment, up from 52 per cent during the same period last year, reveals the seventh edition of Knight Frank's flagship half-yearly report, India Real Estate.


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