By Accommodation Times Research Since 2007, Real Estate have received 50 Lakh crore investment. This much investment is likely in next five years as Prime Minister has a dream project on card as "Housing For All" in 2022. The rapid investments and flow of almost US$24 Bn into housing have made
By Accommodation Times Bureau CRISIL Research believes demand for residential property is unlikely to revive in the next 12-18 months as the fundamental problem of lack of end-user buyers is unlikely to change any sooner. To be sure, absorption of new homes has been on a slide for over six years now.
By Accommodation Times bureau Hardeep Singh Puri the Union Minister of Delhi (MoS) for Housing and Urban Affairs said here on October 5 that as the government has brought real estate under regulatory framework, it is likely to bounce back soon from its present state of slack. "The real estate sector has run into some problems
By Accommodation Times Bureau A joint report of CREDAI and CBRE- 'Assessing the Economic Impact of India’s Real Estate' says the contribution of real estate sector in the country's GDP is going to be doubled at 13 per cent by 2025. The report is mentioning that the realty sector of India is likely to
By Accommodation Times Bureau A Cushman & Wakefield report is showing that this year office space absorption in India is set to be stable on the back of corporate occupiers’ commitments, and the year is expected to end up with 32 million sq ft take-up across top eight property markets, in the country . Net
By Accommodation Times Bureau Latest statistics from Government shows that Real Estate, Construction, Township projects have received Rs1,14,638 crore (US$24,293 million) as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) cumulative since year 2000 till 2017. Service Sector being the first and Computer and IT being the second in the list. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is
Ramesh Nair – CEO & Country Head, JLL India By Accommodation Times Bureau For more than a year now, Pune has seen the highest pre-commitment levels among Indian office markets. In fact, in 2Q 2017, Pune’s pre-commitment activity stood at 48% that is almost half of the total supply expected during 2017. Bengaluru at39%, Mumbai at 33% and Delhi-NCR at 22% of their respective total
By Accommodation Times Bureau Institutional investors have placed up USD 5 billion so far this year into the real estate sector, mostly in commercial assets, according to KPMG. "USD 5 billion invested by institutional investors since the beginning of 2017 - a record year in the making," the consultant said in a statement. The investments are made mostly