Indiabulls Group`s real estate arm, Indiabulls Real Estate (IREL), will list today on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE).

IREL, recently demerged from Indiabulls Financial Services (IFSL), one among the 68 Indian Blue-Chip Companies, that constitute the Morgan Stanley India Index (MSCI).
CLSA, the largest research advisory house in Asia, recently reported that IREL, is a part of the model portfolio of the 30 best companies in Asia. The company has a networth of Rs 22 billion.

IREL is engaged in residential and commercial real estate projects. Its projects, at various stages of execution, valued at nearly USD 5 billion, include, high end office and commercial spaces, premium residential developments, and special economic zones, covering a land area in excess of 7,730 acres
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  • Indiabulls Real Estate lists at Rs 380 a share

    hi Samantha

    I would like to add one more news of Indianbulls that Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd. listed at 380.05 rupees per share on the BSE on Friday and committed over Rs 1,800 crore on two projects in Mumbai.

    Indiabulls Real Estate listed at Rs 380.05 per share on the BSE on Friday. The company was demerged from Indiabulls Financial Services in January. International consultancy firm Knight Frank (India) had estimated value of Indiabulls' real estate projects, including development potential, at Rs 21,570 crore.

    "The company has committed over Rs 1,800 crore on two projects in Mumbai and initial revenues from the same would start coming in from September-October," CFO Tarun Tyagi said. Indiabulls Real Estate is building office and commercial spaces, premium residential properties and special economic zones.
  • Indiabulls promoters to infuse Rs 450 cr in realty arm

    The promoters of Indiabulls group will invest Rs 450 crore in Indiabulls Real Estate (IREL) in one of the largest fund infusions by a promoter in the real estate industry.

    Promoters Sameer Gehlaut, Saurabh Mittal and Rajiv Rattan will together buy 1.5 crore warrants of Indiabulls Real Estate (IREL) at Rs 300 per share, a 15% premium to IREL’s Friday closing price of Rs 260.75. Their combined stake in the company will rise to about 35% upon conversion of the warrants into equity shares.

    The transaction is one of the largest fund infusions by any promoter in the real estate industry. Mr Gehlaut will invest Rs 225 crore, with the other two promoters infusing Rs 112.5 crore each. IREL was formed by the demerger of the real estate business of Indiabulls Financial Services (IFSL) last year. Funds from this preferential offer will be used for the company’s various real estate development projects.

    It holds a large swathe of properties including the Jupiter and Elphinstone mills in Mumbai. IREL will build a vast commercial complex comprising two towers of 16 storeys each and two towers of 14 storeys each. The Elphinstone Mills complex will house corporate offices.

    IREL, through its subsidiaries, is also building a special economic zone in Raigad district of Maharashtra, a township in Sonepat Haryana and housing projects in Gurgaon, also in Haryana. IREL recently raised about Rs 1,200 crore through a listing on the Alternative Listing Market in London.

    India’s real estate sector is booming, thanks to a surging economy. Indiabulls is among the many real estate firms that is trying to take advantage of this opportunity. But three interest rate hikes in the past six months have cast doubts over the future pace of growth. Banks have already forecast a fall in mortgage portfolio, and property prices in Mumbai at least have dipped.