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Builders & Real Estate Bulls Theory Proved Wrong

Last updated: November 1 2016
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    Private Equity Likes Real Estate Investing in Pune

    The total flow of PE funds into Pune until December 2011 was approximately US$800 million. This consisted of both foreign and domestic monies through around 32 major transactions over the last five years. 2009 saw the lowest flow of private equity funds into the city, though Investors regained confidence in 2010 arrived. The renewed investor confidence resulted in a massive recovery of private equity deal closures in Pune.

    East Pune has the majority of the city's IT industry .......

    Private Equity Likes Real Estate Investing in Pune, India's Other Growth City - WORLD PROPERTY CHANNEL Global News Center

    East is major IT hub compared to West ? This tells us the truth about the advertisement.

    Now let's see the real return.....

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      Private equity investors in a fix as returns sag

      Indranil Gupta, 34, working with a multinational electronics firm and a US resident who had invested in an Indian private equity (PE) fund five years ago, has seen his returns fall by 30%.

      Industry experts say PE funds in India have witnessed a fall in the cash they return to investors, specifically in the past one year. While many PE funds have postponed their plans to exit investments due to lower returns other cash rich ones are treading cautiously and avoiding investing anywhere.

      Private equity investors in a fix as returns sag - Hindustan Times

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        Home sales show 9% dip in a year till March

        MUMBAI: Home sales in the city have dipped over the past year , with the residential market showing a negative growth of 9.1% from March 2011 till March 2012.

        Home sales show 9% dip in a year till March - The Times of India

        Will Pune compete ???

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          7.23% Inflation spells more trouble

          Inflation as measured by the Wholesale Price Index (WPI) surprisingly rose in April, putting paid to hopes of fresh interest rate easing by the RBI in the near future.

          For April, WPI touched 7.23% compared to March’s 6.89%, mainly due to surging food inflation, which rebounded to double digits (10.5%) after six months.

          7.23% Inflation spells more trouble - Money - DNA
          If you are happy, you are successful.

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            --cross post from other thread--

            In other news,
            Home prices crash in Ahmedabad, panic grips builders - Express India

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              Hope you read my reply in that thread Anyways good attempt to spread negativity.


              Originally posted by aditi sharma View Post
              --cross post from other thread--

              In other news,
              Home prices crash in Ahmedabad, panic grips builders - Express India

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              • Re : Builders & Real Estate Bulls Theory Proved Wrong

                C'mon. Stating the fact is not spreading negativity. Its a fact in a national newspaper, and its about awareness.

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                  Great. Now that you are aware, please rush to the builder with the same speed you rushed with cheque books while booking a flat, to cancel your booking this time

                  OR may be start putting advts for selling your flats asap. (May be magic bricks portal can help)

                  RE markets have crashed, bubbles have bursted, OMG the world is coming to an end


                  Originally posted by tsongt View Post
                  C'mon. Stating the fact is not spreading negativity. Its a fact in a national newspaper, and its about awareness.

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                    Originally posted by realacres View Post
                    MUMBAI: Mumbai's residential property market has shown a negative growth of -9.1% during the year ended March 2012.

                    Most of the prospective home buyers in Mumbai are on waiting for an anticipated price correction in the backdrop of oversupply scenario in some of the areas of the city and rising inventory level of nearly 120 million sq ft being under construction.

                    'Mumbai home prices down 9.1% in the year ended March '12' - The Economic Times
                    Negative growth and price drop are totally different. This is very misleading article headline. The headline says prices down while the article itself says negative growth...no need to sensationalize such misleading articles!

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                      Originally posted by real_pro View Post
                      Negative growth and price drop are totally different. This is very misleading article headline. The headline says prices down while the article itself says negative growth...no need to sensationalize such misleading articles!
                      Please don't copy-paste the comments on the article.
                      Also see, that after reading this article only, I have clearly mentioned the title about negative growth.
                      BTW, several areas in Mumbai are down. Most are in Lower Parel, Panvel & commercial spaces in Colaba & BKC. Even the rentals here have dipped.
                      If you are happy, you are successful.

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