Challenges faced by the Indian real estate sector

By Anita Tomer and Priya Chetty on August 17, 2017 1 Comment

The Indian real estate sector has come a long way since the 1990s’ by becoming one of the fastest growing markets in the world. It is not only successfully attracting domestic real estate investment but foreign investments too.

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Impact of macroeconomic factors on the growth of the real estate sector in India

By Anita Tomer and Priya Chetty on July 31, 2017 No Comments

In India, the construction business in the real estate sector is the second largest in terms of employment generation. It is next only to the agriculture sector. As an economic activity construction provides employment to approximately 33 million people in India (Nithyamanohari & Ambika, 2014).

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Factors affecting the real estate demand in India

By Anita Tomer and Priya Chetty on July 21, 2017 No Comments

The real estate demand in India was subjected to fluctuations since 1991, when economic liberalization took place. The period between 2001 and 2008 saw high growth in the real estate sector while it experience drastic slowdown from 2008 to 2014. At present, this sector is again witnessing decent growth in some parts of the country even after demonetisation.

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Factors affecting real estate supply in India

By Anita Tomer and Priya Chetty on July 19, 2017 No Comments

Real estate supply refers to a schedule that describes the quantity of commercial space or number of housing units supplied at varying prices. The rising economic performance in India has increased affordability and living standards in the country, particularly the upper and middle class.

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Reasons behind the slowdown in real estate sector in India

By Indra Giri and Priya Chetty on January 23, 2017 1 Comment

The real estate sector is one of the most dynamic and globally recognized sectors today, owing to a number of factors like population spurt and increased purchasing power of consumers. India is one of the biggest real estate market. It comprises of four subsectors namely housing, retail, hospitality and commercial. Growth of these sectors is highly dependent on the growth of the corporate environment and the demand for office space and residential projects (IBEF, 2016).

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Real estate market in Mumbai and Pune

By Priya Chetty and Indra Giri on January 19, 2017 1 Comment

In the past five years, there has been an undeniable slump in India’s real estate. This was due to reasons such as after-effects of the recession, inflation, inventory pile-up, etc. However the same has not been majorly felt in India’s two metropolitan cities, Mumbai and Pune.

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