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The rise in FDI equity inflows is solely because of the RERA regime and other regulatory changes.
The return of FDI equity is a big positive which will help to improve developers’ leverage ratios – it is also a resounding vote of confidence in the sector.
The rise in FDI in real estate is an indicator of a positive future & is a critical component of the economy. It’s the country’s second-largest employer and presently contributes 8-9% to the country’s GDP.
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Calendar 2007 belonged to the real estate stocks, when the BSE Realty index surged some 75 per cent. The very next year, the index slipped over 85 per cent, and most of the these stocks have not been able to look up ever since.
Since December 2007, the BSE Realty index is down nearly 90 per cent till January 25, 2017. However, it is up around 5 per cent on a year-to-date basis.
Worse, things are projected to turn bad again this year, as industry watchers have broadly predicted up to 30 per cent drop in sales in 2017 on the back of the government clampdown on black money. The implementation of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 is widely expected to shake up the industry, leading to some consolidation.
Fitch Ratings expects property sales in India to fall by at least 20-30 per cent in 2017, owing to the disruption caused by demonetisation and a general caution among home buyers.
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The world’s biggest trading bloc with several recent polls indicating an increase in support for the leave, or Brexit, campaign, stoking fears of market instability.
Half of Chinese investors are holding back from buying property in Britain until after the country’s referendum on EU membership, a survey showed on Wednesday, though a quarter say they are more eager to complete purchases before the vote.
A total of 51 percent of the 411 Chinese property professionals and investors surveyed by juwai.com, the largest real estate portal that targets Chinese buyers looking abroad, said the June 23 vote had made them hold back from deals.
Britons vote in just over a week on whether to remain part of the world’s biggest trading bloc with several recent polls indicating an increase in support for the leave, or Brexit, campaign, stoking fears of market instability.
Transactions in commercial property fell by 40 percent in the first quarter, according to the Bank of England, with many buyers and sellers waiting to see the outcome in case an exit vote hurts property prices.
However, 46 percent of Chinese investors said demand would rise if Britain left the EU, almost as many as the 52 percent who responded that remaining in the EU would boost interest, according to the research carried out between June 2 and 5.
Chinese investors are among the biggest foreign buyers of UK property, especially in London and Manchester.
Of the 42 British property professionals – including estate agents and consultants – surveyed by juwai.com, 50 percent said there was decreasing demand from international buyers in British property.
“The overall picture here is one of uncertainty,” said the site’s UK head Bernie Morris.
“The fact that few feel they know what the true impact of Brexit would be is holding buyers back.” (Reporting by Costas Pitas; Editing by Mark Potter)
Courtesy – ET Realty
Realty consultant JLL India said in a report that the country is emerging as major investment destination for Chinese and Japanese developers
Japanese developers and private equity investors are looking to enter the Indian property market and could invest at least $2 billion over the next three years in residential as well as industrial projects, says Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
The realty consultant said that the country is emerging as major investment destination for Chinese and Japanese developers.
China’s biggest developer Wanda has signed an MoU with Haryana government earlier this year and more developers from China and Japan are expected to enter the Indian realty market, it said. Private equity investors from these two countries are also looking at entering India’s real estate sector, it added.
“Japanese developers are keen to explore strategic partnerships and enter into joint ventures with Indian builders, and are particularly interested in industrial projects. There is likely to be an inflow of at least $2 billion in investments from Japan into the Indian real estate market over the next three years,” JLL India Chairman and Country Head Anuj Puri said.
After 100% foreign direct investment (FDI) was allowed into the real estate industry, it was only a matter of time before foreign developers made big investment announcements, he said.
“One of China’s most prominent developers, Dalian Wanda Group, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) earlier this year with the northern state of Haryana to develop ‘Wanda Industrial New City’. The investment of $10 billion, phased out over the next decade, is a very significant outlay by any Chinese company in India,” Puri said.
Other Chinese developers are also interested in India and most likely to follow suit, he added. The RICS-JLL survey this January had shown that 62% of the respondents felt that institutions from Japan and China could come knocking to the Indian real estate market in 2016.
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A wait for market conditions to improve further to transfer ownership to Reits could prove indefinite. The best time to get going is now.
It is time real estate investment trusts (Reits), investment vehicles akin to a mutual fund, took off. They now have a tax regime that suits their requirements. Timely launch will boost returns for Reits, help developers saddled with debt, offload inventory and reduce bad loans on the banks’ books. Typically , Reits own commercial properties such as apartment complexes, shopping malls, hotels, office buildings. Rentals from properties owned and managed by them form a substantial slice of their revenues. Reits will also help finance the physical infrastructure of India’s rapid urbanization.
The Blackstone Group and its partner Bangalore-based Embassy Group have reportedly hived off their portfolio of as sets into a separate company , which would be the first step to unlock value through a listing. Sebi has already put in place a robust regulatory framework for Reits.
Courtesy – ET Realty
A Dutch architect Wednesday unveiled a unique 3D printer with which he aims to construct a large building “without beginning or end” shaped like an infinite loop.
“It’s just like a normal printer,” architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars told AFP as he presented the tool he hopes to use to build what he has dubbed the “Landscape House”.
“But instead of putting ink onto paper, we are putting a liquid onto sand which solidifies wherever the liquid has been spread.”
Ruijssenaars, of Universe Architecture in Amsterdam, aims to print the Mobius strip-shaped building with around 1,100 square metres (12,000 square feet) of floor space using the massive D-Shape printer. Designed by Italian Enrico Dini, the printer can print up to almost a six-metre-by-six-metre square (20-foot-by-20-foot), using a computer to help build up fine layers of 5-10 mm (a quarter to half an inch) thick.
The machine is almost two metres long and has been set up in a warehouse in Amsterdam, where the final tests are being carried out before pressing ahead with the start of building.
“The ambition was to make a building that has an infinite structure, like planet Earth,” said Ruijssenaars.
“Planet Earth doesn’t have a beginning or an ending and we were looking for a shape that has the same quality,” he added.
“It didn’t become a circle but it became a very complex, Mobius strip which is a well-known mathematics figure which just has one side.” The ambitious project was first unveiled in 2013, and the team has been in touch with various partners hoping to be able to start construction “within the next few years.”
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A delegation of Malaysian construction companies on Thursday called on chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and evinced interest in partnering with the state in the proposed infrastructure projects like Mumbai-Nagpur communication expressway and affordable housing schemes being planned in Maharashtra.
In the meeting held at Sahyadri guesthouse in Mumbai, the Malaysian company CIDB Holding’s chairman Dato Shree and representatives of several companies were present while Mumbai MP Poonam Mahajan, state officials Pravin Pardesi and Kaustubh Dhiwase also participated in the discussions.
Fadnavis told the delegation that the communication super expressway to be built at an estimated cost of Rs 30,000 crore has the potential to boost the state’s economic growth as it envisaged several growth centers on the route passing through 22 districts. The scope for investment is vast as the project was biggest of its kind in the country, he said.
Courtesy – ET Realty