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As per the recent report by a Dubai Land Department (DLD) report in January 2015, foreign country driven investments in Dubai’s realty market by Indians totaled to AED 18.12 billion or in other words a whopping INR 3,035 crore in the year gone by.
As a finding of this report, the investments done by Indians, surpassed those being driven from other countries.
As an example, the total value of British investors’ transactions in Dubai realty market added up to AED 9.32 billion. This figure was followed by Pakistan’s AED7.588 billion, Iran’s AED 4.5 billion and Canada’s AED3.157 billion. [Read more...]
Driven by strong positive sentiments after the election, there is good intake for office space as its absorption has increased by 28 per cent to 32.5 million sq ft during last year in India’s eight major cities, as per the property consultant Cushman & Wakefield.
The property consultants have said that the office absorption in these eight cities — Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai and Pune — stood at 25.35 million sq ft during 2013 and hence when compared with figures for 2014, there is a sharp rise in the office space consumption. [Read more...]
Citing long term growth opportunities in India’s real estate segment, Property consultancy firm JLL India’s investment division JLL Segregated Funds Group is all set to raise its second real estate fund with a total target size of Rs 300 crore.
This fund, to be raised in the domestic market of India is set to be focusing around investing in residential real estate segment in India’s top seven property markets including Mumbai, Delhi-NCR and Bengaluru etc.
As per the plan of the company, the total period for the proposed fund will be for five years and it will be done under Alternative Investment Fund category II. As part of the company’s strategy, it will invest in smaller residential projects through equity and high yield mezzanine deal structures in order to gain more from the real estate segment. [Read more...]
India is fast becoming safe investment option for institutional investors looking for putting their money in India’s rental space.
According to media reports, there is high probability that private equity organisation Kotak Realty Fund might be looking forward to buying a 700,000 sq ft IT park in Noida from ‘The 3C Company’ for a consideration of around Rs 250 crore.
If and when this happens, the deal can go a long way in adding to an already growing list of institutional investors picking up rental assets in the country. An elegant example of how amazing a real estate can be, the building, called Green Boulevard, is located in the sprawling space of Sector 62 of Noida and is home to tenants such as Accenture, Nokia Siemens and Sapient. [Read more...]
Market study reveals that there is lack of confidence and sentiment in customers to actually come forward and swiftly make real estate buying decisions today. They are waiting for a price drop scenario now.
At a time when the Indian real estate is experiencing solid demand for properties, specifically in the affordable real estate segment, homebuyers are looking forward to dropping of price points in the near term.
This fact came into light in a recent buyer sentiment survey done by IIM Bangalore in the cities of Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Noida and Pune. [Read more...]