Real Estate Sector in India

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Real Estate Sector – The India Story
Submitted by
Miss Sonia Sahni
Asst Manager
Corporate and Investment Banking,
ABN AMRO Bank
Nariman Point
Mumbai
India 400021
Cell: +91 9833097087
soniasahni@gmail.com
Prachi Phadnis
Team Lead - IBM global services
Email: prachiphadnis@gmail.com
Real Estate Sector - The India Story
Current Scenario of the Real Estate Market in India
Commercial real estate sector is in boom in India. In the last fifteen years, post liberalization of the economy, Indian real estate business has taken an upturn and is expected to grow from the current USD 14 billion to a USD 102 billion in the next 10 years. This growth can be attributed to favorable demographics, increasing purchasing power, existence of customer friendly banks & housing finance companies, professionalism in real estate and favorable reforms initiated by the government to attract global investors Characteristics of the Real Estate Market in India

Cause-Effect scenario leading to emergence of organized real estate market in India The property market in India has traditionally been unorganized and fragmented. However, the recent past has seen a consolidation of positions in the market as developers are stretching their capacities to the maximum in order to meet the growing market demand, which in turn has encouraged large projects with sourced financing. The IPOs by large real estate developers like Sobha, Raheja and DLF have led to organization of the market in the Tier I cities, but the Tier II and Tier III cities still demonstrate the traits of an unorganized market. Whilst the Indian real estate market still lacks transparency and liquidity compared to more mature real estate markets, the increasing requirements of multi national occupiers, as well as the influx of international property consultancies has led to the introduction of greater availability of market information, both in published and private form pushing the sector to an...
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