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- Foreign funds shy away from India’s realty
While FDI flows amounted to roughly $14-15 billion in the four years to December 2009, just about a billion had come in till November last year. Regulations apart, poor project execution leading to losses for some investors has made them far more circumspect, especially in a hostile macroeconomic environment
Foreign capital flows into realty could decline up to 30% this year from the 2007-08 figure of $3 billion. “Most of the money being invested in 2009-10 was raised back in 2007-08, whilst funds...invested in 2011-12 must be raised after the Lehman crisis,” Krishna explains.
Foreign funds shy away from India’s realtyCommentQuote0Flag
- Builders fail to meet deadlines as home buyers pile up pressure - The Economic Times
Hope this article will enlighten homebuyer at current market scenario.CommentQuote0Flag
- Look at this....Liecester, UK....look what we can get for less then 50L (70K Pounds) no wonder about the infra and quality that these properties provide.....
what to say when a sabby 1200 sqft 2 bhk flat is being offered for more then 50L in kharadi....where infra is an alien word!!!
3 Bed semi-detached house for sale, Leicester - Ref: 9000070
2 Bed semi-detached house for sale, Ryder Road, Leicester - Ref: 8953861
3 Bed terraced house for sale, Fernie Road, Leicester - Ref: 9080896
May be wakad / Balewadi are more insane then kharadi...dont know...CommentQuote0Flag
- No wonder, TOI is carrying advt by Artha Property about land in Florida which can be bought for about 9L all inclusive. The only extra is our visa and flight charges. :)
Ooops...sorry it should be TOI-let .CommentQuote0Flag
- Home values in last 100 years
Look at this chart of home values in US for 100 years
Source: Updating the Case Shiller 100 Chart & Forecast | The Big PictureCommentQuote0Flag
- Still some way to goOriginally Posted by aditi sharmaLook at this chart of home values in US for 100 years
Source: Updating the Case Shiller 100 Chart & Forecast | The Big Picture
Estimates are that another 25% decline may be on the cards. After that the long, slow climb up.
This time being different - huge debt overhang, persistent unemployment, etc - the recovery may take over a decade, after the bottom is hit around 2013-14. Expect full recovery only in the 2022-25 period!
Please elobarate the same graph w.r t ndia..what wud be the indian RE Senario in 5 and 10 and 20 yearsCommentQuote0Flag
- Ha!Originally Posted by anilsrikantiWiseman,
Please elobarate the same graph w.r t ndia..what wud be the indian RE Senario in 5 and 10 and 20 years
Completely different worlds - India & US.
Short answer - level, higher, still higher in the timeframes given by you.
But its a risky call because we are not as strong a country as we think, since our problems are too large (population - impacting water, cultivable land, every major resource!)
We may not even have the golden period US had from '50s to 2000. A single devastating War with Pak & China can put us back 10-15 years in development & is quite possible! Too many unknowns to guess properly.
Please note that these prices are inflation-adjusted.
- But I can see only onething..
THAT IS PRICE CORRECTIOn---That too only going up and up...whatevr the circumstances whatevr the causes and whatevr the theory..:bab (38):CommentQuote0Flag
- RBI warns banks on real estate valuation frauds..
Alarmed by inflated valuations of real estate properties for the purpose of loans, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has asked all banks to submit an action-taken report on the issue.
The matter was raised last week by RBI Governor D Subbarao during a meeting of the Board for Financial Supervision (BFS). After this, top RBI officials met representatives of the banking industry earlier this week. The regulator reminded bankers about the prudential norms on valuation of assets and asked them to follow these in both letter and spirit.
RBI warns banks on real estate valuation fraudsCommentQuote0Flag
- Income Recognition Fraud in Statement.......
Dollops of discretion and self regulation punctuate the way real estate companies recognise revenues, placing a question mark over the accuracy of this headline number and making redundant any comparison across the peer set.
For example, DLF, India's largest real estate company, has a unique entry in its financial statements, 'unbilled receivables', that accounts for three fourths of its revenues.
Real estate: Experts doubt 'percentage completion' method of revenue calculation by builders - The Economic TimesCommentQuote0Flag
- Why the property market is in BIG trouble - Rediff.com Business
The real estate market in India is heading for what looks like a double dip.
After correcting somewhat from the sharp setback suffered in 2008, with some sectors managing to exceed previous peak prices in 2010, the sector entered 2011 with cautious optimism.
But halfway through the year, the outlook has turned distinctly sombre.
The current economic deceleration is pouring cold water on demand for office space, always driven by the overall economic climate.CommentQuote0Flag
- With 256,247 views and 4022 replies today this thread is completed 2 years. :)
There are so many things we discussed VFM houses, buildings as per rule,unethical practices of builder, regulator for RE and much more. Lets us see what happens next.CommentQuote0Flag
- Slowdown, high inflation likely to persist
Slowdown, high inflation likely to persistCommentQuote0Flag
- South Mumbai bungalow sold for record Rs 350 crore
When builders are themselves ready to pay such exorbitant prices then they will defintely make the buyers pay for this....
looks like they have no intentions of reducing the prices.....
plus they have plenty of cash to keep holding than negotiating.........CommentQuote0Flag