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1.The price band for tiles, ceramics, sanitaryware

The past few years have been challenging for the tile industry


2.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.


3.We strategised to come up with a fund that would invest in properties in the Rs.2-5 billion range

In 2015, the Indiabulls Group initiated Indiabulls Private Equity (PE) in the alternate investment funds (AIF) space.


4.Stuck housing projects get a new lease of life

More than 90 per cent consolidation in Indian real estate at project-level; only a few (such as Indiabulls) consider exiting realty business altogether. After DeMo wiped out fly-by-night and many small developers, liquidity crisis led Big Boys to take up stuck or delayed projects. Preferred consolidation models include JVs, alliance, development management contract, land monetisation.


5.Spurt in demand for affordable housing pushes up overall residential sales

Residential unit launches in H1 2019 increased by 21 per cent YoY to 0.11 mn units while sales grew by a steady 4 per cent YoY to 0.13 mn units. The residential market witnessed growth in supply as well as sales for the third consecutive half year period, both hitting their highest level since demonetisation during H2 2016


6.We strategised to come up with a fund that would invest in properties in the Rs 2-5 billion range

In 2015, the Indiabulls Group initiated Indiabulls Private Equity (PE) in the alternate investment funds (AIF) space.


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

Infrastructure liquidity crunch needs a solution


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

Major positive policy measures for the construction and infrastructure sectors


9.Will the Budget 2019 meet the real estate and constructions sector expectations?

With a target to make India the world’s third largest economy by 2030, the government has its mission set.


10.Finance Ministry is looking for consultants for sale of PSU land, buildings

The finance ministry focuses on achieving the sell-off target of Rs 900 billion for 2019-20