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adProperty News For June 2009

     
 
On a high rise
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-06-01 City : Mumbai

A manifold increase in sales inquiries shows that buyers are willing to come forward and buy as long as the prices are reasonable, says Supriya Verma Mishra


“Land monopoly is not only monopoly, but it is by far the greatest of monopolies; it is a perpetual monopoly, and it is the mother of all other forms of monopoly.”

SAID former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and that’s the sense of power felt by those who hold land. The thinking of Indian developers is no different. ...

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Realtors see higher pvt equity realtors see higher pvt equity investments
Source : Business Line Published On : 2009-06-01 City : New Delhi
Moumita Bakshi Chatterjee

Enthused by a strong institutional response to QIP (qualified institutional placement) issues, builders are now anticipating revival of private equity (PE) investments at project level, but real estate funds want to see more sales in the property market before finalizing deals.

Mr. Pradeep Jain, CMD of Parsvnath Developers, Says that PE firms have already started re-entering negotiations.

“With financial institutions responding well to the fund raising by real estate companies, PE firms do not want to be left behind,” he says, adding that Parsvnath would go for PE funding but only if a good opportunity crops up in SEZs and hospitality projects....

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Realty back in vogue for pe funds
Source : Business Standard Published On : 2009-06-02 City : Mumbai

After being at the receiving end of investors’ wrath, the real estate sector is back on the radar of private equity (PE) investors. Real estate consultants say PE funds are now finding good investment opportunities in the sector.

The high level of interest is quite clear in the recent wave of qualified institutional placements from real estate companies.

According to Grant Thornton’s deal tracker, Orient Global, Sandstone Capital, HSBC and Och-Ziff Capital recently invested $325 million in Unitech. Standard Chartered Private Equity has pumped in an undisclosed sum in Man Infraconstruction. And TPG Capital and Fidelity have invested in the qualified institutional placement by Indiabulls....

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Huda plans ombudsmen to speed up housing projects
Source : The Financial Express Published On : 2009-06-02 City : Chandigarh
Charanjit Ahuja

While everyone is anticipating sops for affordable housing in the next Budget of the UPA government, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (Huda) has initiated a number of steps to cut on delays in the approval of residential building plans. The new guidelines would come in force from June 1, 2009.

There is also a proposal W to appoint an ombudsman in each urban estate to oversee the proposed system of award and penalty and to settle any dispute.

The zonal administrators have been asked to suggest a panel of two from each urban estate who are persons of repute and high integrity and are willing to voluntary work for this cause without any monetary remuneration....

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Increase in enquiries points to demand for commercial space
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2009-06-02 City : Chennai

It has to seen if they will be converted into transactions, says a realtor

Aloysius Xavier Lopez

The increase in the number of enquiries over the past few weeks about properties available in the backdrop of decline in the prices and rentals of commercial space in the city has raised the hopes of realtors.

“As some corporates feel that the rentals have bottomed out, there has been a rise in the number of enquiries,” said Ramesh Nair, Managing Director-Chennai of Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj....

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