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Published on February 23, 2008

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INDIAN REAL ESTATE SECTOR Presented by Ajeet Singh PGDM III Roll No. 51

INDIAN

REAL ESTATE SECTOR

Growth in Indian Real Estate sector Objective To know the growth in Indian Real Estate sector To know the consistency in Indian Real Estate growth Indian Real Estate growth is genuine or a bubble

Growth in Indian Real Estate sector

Objective

To know the growth in Indian Real Estate sector

To know the consistency in Indian Real Estate growth

Indian Real Estate growth is genuine or a bubble

Growth in Real Estate (A bubble or realty) 1.1% of the GDP constitutes FDI in real estate sector. Returns in India range between 20-25% compared to 3-4% in the advanced countries. Merrill Lynch forecasts that the Indian real estate sector will grow from US$ 12 billion in 2005 to US$ 90 billion by 2015.

1.1% of the GDP constitutes FDI in real estate sector.

Returns in India range between 20-25% compared to 3-4% in the advanced countries.

Merrill Lynch forecasts that the Indian real estate sector will grow from US$ 12 billion in 2005 to US$ 90 billion by 2015.

Growth potential & expected trends Increase in urbanization & working population High disposable incomes & aspiration levels Easier access to finance India accepted as most attractive destination for IT & BPO services Residential Office Space Key demand drivers Retail Entry of global brands Organised retailing only 3% of total retail industry India ranked as most attractive retail destination by AT Kearney Hotels Increased business travel – both domestic & foreign due to buoyant economic growth & growing FDI 2004 saw record tourist arrivals of 3 mn. By 2020, India is expected to be a leading tourist destination in South Asia with more than 8 mn tourist arrivals

Increase in urbanization & working population

High disposable incomes & aspiration levels

Easier access to finance

India accepted as most attractive destination for IT & BPO services

Entry of global brands

Organised retailing only 3% of total retail industry

India ranked as most attractive retail destination by AT Kearney

Increased business travel – both domestic & foreign due to buoyant economic growth & growing FDI

2004 saw record tourist arrivals of 3 mn. By 2020, India is expected to be a leading tourist destination in South Asia with more than 8 mn tourist arrivals

 

 

Key trends in real estate boom According to Census 2001 there is a shortage of 24.7 million housing units across the country. Indian middle class which is numbered around 92 million in 2005-06 will cross 153 million mark by 2009-10 (Source: NCAER) Number of malls in Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune was expected to grow to about 250 by 2010 as against 40 now. (Source: Merrill Lynch) Specialized malls are coming up across the country. DLF Universal is developing the world’s biggest mall in Gurgaon.

According to Census 2001 there is a shortage of 24.7 million housing units across the country.

Indian middle class which is numbered around 92 million in 2005-06 will cross 153 million mark by 2009-10 (Source: NCAER)

Number of malls in Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Hyderabad and Pune was expected to grow to about 250 by 2010 as against 40 now. (Source: Merrill Lynch)

Specialized malls are coming up across the country. DLF Universal is developing the world’s biggest mall in Gurgaon.

Major Players Real Estate Developers Indian companies: DLF Universal, Parsvnath, Unitech, Omaxe etc. Foreign Companies: Ascendas, Emmar Group, Salim Group, CESMA International Pvt. Ltd., LJ Hooker, etc.

Real Estate Developers

Indian companies: DLF Universal, Parsvnath, Unitech, Omaxe etc.

Foreign Companies: Ascendas, Emmar Group, Salim Group, CESMA International Pvt. Ltd., LJ Hooker, etc.

Hypothesis: H0: Growth of Indian Real Estate is only a bubble. H1: Growth in Indian Real Estate is not only a bubble. (alternative) Research design: Descriptive Methodology

Data collection : Primary and secondary Data collection tools: Primary: Structured interview Secondary: Internet, news paper, magazines

Scope of the research 1.This paper describes consistency in Indian Real Estate growth. 2.This paper describes the trend in the Indian Real Estate. 3.This paper describes some important reasons due to which Indian Real Estate is growing very fast. 4.This paper describes some important factor which affects the Real Estate growth.

Limitations of the research 1.This is a primary and secondary both type of research, so data may not be so much reliable. 2.There are not any particular indictors which describe the accurate trend in Real Estate trend. 3.Different view of the experts. 4.A big part of the market is unorganized. 5. Very less research and literature reports are available on the topic.

Conclusion High growth rate Huge investment is expected Demand would be high

High growth rate

Huge investment is expected

Demand would be high

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