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1.Supply of premium residential housing to be at 367,000 units by 2011

National Capital Region (NCR) will be the largest contributor with 92,202 housing units equating to 160.16 million sq ft of fresh supply of residential space followed by Mumbai with 72,906 units equating to approximately 80.61 million sq ft by the end of 2011.


2.New Age Realtors

India´s realtors are becoming increasingly transparent and tech-savvy in order to stay relevant in a glocal and diversified market.In a sector with forward and backward linkages with over 165 industries, they are investor partners, advisors, negotiators, helpers, even friends, philosophers and guides! They are, of course, India´s realtors.


3.REIT is a de-risked asset and has the potential to raise around $10 billion every year

Rubi Arya, Vice Chairman & Director, Milestone Capital Advisors Ltd A privately held alternative investment advisory firm, Milestone Capital Advisors Ltd specialises in developing highly innovative funds in the real-estate space.


4.Tech-tonic shift

With the Indian IT sector being one of the fastest growing in the Asia-Pacific region, there are opportunities galore for the development of IT parks and SEZs. The world knows it and so must you - the Indian IT sector is one of the fastest growing IT markets in the Asia-Pacific.


5.Appointments

IAS officer S Bhattacharya has been selected as Chairman and Managing Director of Coal India.


6.Taking off!

With India’s civil aviation sector growing at a fast clip, there is tremendous potential in building airport infrastructure.


7.Skyline to offer luxury homes

Skyline Constructions plans to launch a luxury residential project - Skyline Villa Maria, comprising six apartments in Bengaluru.


8.Retail space oversupply

The organised segment of the retail market will have an oversupply of 21 million sq ft in 2012 with 55 mn sq ft expected in addition to the existing 41 mn.


9.New home sales down 25 per cent

According to real-estate brokerage Knight Frank, new home sales in India fell as much as 25 per cent after prices reached a record high earlier in 2010.


10.India's Top Builders

The industry is riding a growth curve-there's no doubt about it. Numerous news reports on various projects underway in Indian cities across the country are testimony to the sustained growth path we have embarked upon.