Price Dynamics in Real Estate

By Aditya Patil &  Abhishek Sahni Accommodation Times Bureau Factors affecting the price Long term factors: A useful distinction in the demand and supply factors that drive real housing prices is between those that have a longer-term influence and those that affect shorter-term dynamics. Factors that influence the demand for housing over longer horizons

Student Research Projects

Student Research Projects Capital Gains, Tax Bonds and Section 54EC CONSTRUCTION FINANCE Corporatization of Real-Estate Industry CRM in Real Estate Demand Assessment in Thane for Residential Accommodation Documentation of Individual housing finance Environment Impact Assessment FACTORS AFFECTING REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS FUND RAISING AVENUES FOR HFC’s Fund Raising for Housing Finance Institutions FUTURE DIRECTION OF HOUSING FINANCE RATES Future of Real Estate Investment


BACKGROUND Indian financial system is broadly classified in to two groups : 1. Organised sector Unorganised sector The financial system is also divided into users of financial services and providers. Financial institutions sell their services to households, business and government who are the users of financial services. The providers of financial services are: Central bank

Real Estate scenario in Urban Centres

Real Estate Scenario In India In 2002, the government of India permitted 100 percent foreign direct investment (FDI) in housing through integrated township development. the merits of FDI are well known – it provide the much needed investment in the sector, brings professional players equipped with real estate expertise and facilities

Real estate price trends in Mumbai and its suburbs

Mumbai Mumbai looks as if it is going to retain the costliest city status for years. The real estate city is buoyant. The city area is likely to witness as appreciation of 5-8% while the suburbs can expect a rise of 7-11%. Influx into Mumbai ready steady. Together with growing

Real Estate Mutual Fund

Real Estate Defined The term real estate is defined as land, including the air above it and the ground below it and any buildings or structures on it that are intended to be of a permanent nature. It covers residential housing, commercial offices, trading spaces such as theatres, hotels and restaurants,


Scope of study: In this project report, we have covered the following aspects of REITs: Concept Classification How REITs earn their profits and their distribution to investors, Benefits of investing in REITs Criteria employed to rate REITs before investing The risks involved in investing in REITs The general asset mix employed by REITs & A brief overview of the


Real estate investment trusts (REITs) are companies that own and most often actively manage income generating commercial real estate. Some REITs make or invest in loans and other obligations that secured by real estate collateral. Most REITs are publicly traded. The U.S Congress created the legislative framework for REITs in