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Real estate sector: a realty check
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-09-02 City : Chennai

Real estate sector is second to only the agriculture sector where employment generation is concerned.This can be further proved by the fact that the real estate sector contributes a good 5% towards the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

However,recent financial crisis followed by economic slowdown have placed huge strain on this sector. While all sectors of the economy were under tremendous pressure, demand in the real estate industry was the lowest.

This was largely as majority of the homes were taken on loan and an unexpected rise in the interest rate had its obvious impact. According to KP Singh, Chairman, DLF,"If there is a lack in demand, the projects eventually close down. There is a lack in demand because most people take mortgage loans. In fact, currently the interest rate is at 11–12 per cent, which should actually not exceed seven per cent.This also leads to higher EMIs."...

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Prevailing trends in indian real estate
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-09-02 City : Chennai

In coming years, India and China are expected to outperform the global markets with a growth rate in the range of 7-10%. This will benefit all sectors, particularly the real estate, which is closely linked to high growth in the economy.

A decline in property prices, falling interest rate and stability in the job market has helped the sector gain momentum once again. As developers realized that affordability was the key to lure buyers, they experimented with ‘no frills’ smaller apartment sizes.

Projects that were launched in this segment received a good response, which indicated that homebuyers were waiting for a good opportunity to make an entry....

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Nitesh estates to raise rs 550 crore to list next year
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-09-02 City : New Delhi

Bangalore-based real estate company Nitesh Estates,which is building Ritz Carlton hotel and several residential and commercial buildings, plans to raise Rs 550 crore by listing its shares on the stock market early next year. The company is expected to submit its draft red herring prospectus to Sebi in the next six weeks, two people advising the company on its capital restructuring plans told ET.

Sources,who did not want to be named,said the company will be diluting close to 30% shareholding through the IPO. Nitesh Estates’ executive director LS Vaidyanathan confirmed that the company is looking at raising money and “IPO could be one of the routes.”He declined to share other details.

Nitesh Estates has had three rounds of private equity till now.At present,hedge fund Och-Ziff has a 25% stake in the company. City Property Investors (CPI) is also invested in the SPV for the Ritz Carlton hotel in Bangalore. Sources said the realty player has engaged Morgon Stanly and three Indian banks for its proposed IPO and a fresh round of private equity infusion....

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Qips: the new mantra for realty sector
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-09-02 City : New Delhi

Indian realty sector has been on a roller coaster ride in the last one year. Real estate developers made a debut with their initial public offerings (IPO) in early 2007. This resulted into an IPO every month throughout 2007 and early 2008.

However, with the equity market melt in 2008, the primary market virtually closed down, which led to no IPO’s for months. Even the much talked-about private equity money had vanished. Builders were left at the mercy of banks and non-banking financial firms to fund their operations, retain their land and complete on-going projects. This led to high leverage on the balance sheets.

The situation is under control now. Markets have improved with government-initiated stimulus packages,clear election verdict and relaxation of debt repayment schedule. Realty companies were aided by a general improvement in the equity market and a sharp fall in their valuations. Lower valuations opened up a new source of funding in the market-qualified institutional placement (QIP)....

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Real estate buffeted by strong currents
Source : The Economic Times Published On : 2009-09-02 City : Mumbai

Real estate in India has always been the playing field for entrepreneurs.This industry has witnessed unprecedented highs and frightening lows over the years.One is often left dysphonic with the continuous shifts in this sector.

Market Dynamics

Due to rise in demand in the IT/ITeS sector and significant increase in FDI, the commercial and retail real estate markets experienced tremendous growth in the first quarter of 2008. Land deals accrued around Rs 23,000 crore with additional deals worth Rs 10,000-crore in the pipeline.The highest recorded land deal was Mumbai\'s Bandra-Kurla Complex....

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