Search Results


Results

1 - 10 Results of 20

1.US$ 970 mn PE inflows in retail hit five-year high in 2019

Reports a 19% share of the total US$ 5 bn in overall Indian real estate


2.Crisis Calls for Capital

With funding from banks and NBFCs to India’s real-estate sector continuing to be a struggle, the sector recorded an investment of $5.397 billion in 2019.


3.$14 billion foreign PE flows to Indian real estate in five years

63 per cent in commercial real estate


4. Total Real Estate Loan Equals $93 bn, over 62 per cent completely stress-free

Over 62 per cent or approximately USD 58 billion of the total loan advances (USD 93 bn) to Indian real estate by banks and NBFCs/HFCs is currently completely stress-free, reveals a study by ANAROCK Capital. Another 22 per cent (approximately USD 21 billion) is under some pressure but can potentially be resolved. In fact, the stress on this segment is largely on recovery of interest and not on principal amount.


5.Indian hotel industry’s RevPAR to see 9.5 per cent growth in 2019

With demand finally outpacing supply, the Indian hospitality industry is on an upswing. The 'India Hospitality Industry Review 2018' report by HVS ANAROCK predicts RevPAR to grow by 9.5 per cent in 2019.


6.What do foreign investors in real estate look for?

Here’s how reforms have impacted the interest of overseas funds in India…


7.Emerging funds in India’s real estate

What classes of realty are real-estate funds to look out for in 2019?


8.How funds saved real estate when banks failed...

Realty funds are poised to grow stronger as developers tailor offerings


9.NBFC Crisis – Is India’s real estate on Tenterhooks?

It may be true that ‘when the going gets tough, the tough gets going,’ but this doesn’t hold true for the Indian real estate sector currently. The ongoing NBFC crisis post IL&FS default has made things even more difficult for developers.


10.Real Estate after RERA – Collaborate, Consolidate or Exit

DeMo, RERA and GST struck at the very heart of the previously unregulated practices prevalent in the Indian real estate. RERA, in particular, has been responsible for smaller and often unscrupulous developers taking a major hit not only in terms of existing business but future business viability.


Chat board
Chat With Us!