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1.Code of Conduct: Homebuyers Find a Place in IBC

Together, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and the Real-Estate Act 2016 will bring positive change to the interaction between home buyers and developers.


2.Real-estate developers receive aid from smaller NBFCs/HFCs

These companies have lent about Rs 40 billion in the six months after the NBFC crisis


3.GIC to invest Rs.44 bn in IRB Infrastructure’s nine road projects

ingapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC will invest `44 bn in a private Infrastructure Investment Trust controlled by IRB Infrastructure Developers.


4.Customised installations

Elevators are selected to match the features of a property. For instance, customers buying into luxury developments expect the fastest, safest technology.


5.Power discoms owe dues worth Rs 68 billion to renewable energy developers

Central Electricity Authority (CEA) stated that power distribution firms throughout the country owed dues amounting to approximately Rs 68.72 billion to renewable energy developers


6.Mahindra Lifespace looks to scale up affordable housing biz

The Mahindra Group’s real estate arm, which operates its low-cost housing business under the Happinest brand, is building three affordable housing projects in Mumbai and Chennai.


7.Apart from roads, we have identified the water sector as one of the great opportunities

Part of the Welspun Group, Welspun Enterprises (WEL) was formed in its current form in 2015. WEL is unique as it focuses primarily on road HAM projects.


8.Our entry into the affordable housing segment has been a major factor

Brigade is one of India’s leading developers with over three decades of experience in building positive experiences for all its stakeholders.


9.Massive developer consolidation in top nine cities

As a result, project share of the top 10 developers increases


10.Post DeMo and RERA, branded developers dominate with 53% of new housing supply in H1 2019

An integral parts of Indian residential real estate’s coming-of-age process is the rise of *branded developers, who are outpacing their non-branded competition in overall housing launches. Reformatory changes led by demonetisation and RERA have spearheaded this movement.