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Investor’s Dreams Turn Sour with Falling Property Prices

Last updated: April 24 2007
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  • Investor’s Dreams Turn Sour with Falling Property Prices

    Property prices are seeing a sharp fall in their prices. With such a prevailing scenario in Indian real estate, private equity players are pondering over whether to strike deals in India or not. A real baffling situation for property enthusiasts.

    Prospective investors who were earlier bullish on making large investments are experiencing jitters in a cooling market. They are off-loading stock at as much as 25% lower than what property developers have to offer the buyers. For that reason, it makes sense for any residential property seeker to buy a flat on re-sale value with a sizeable discount.

    However, squeezing real estate prices can invite big investments from global private equity players. The next few months may witness more private equity deals being struck in the country’s property market. Builders are bringing the property prices to affordable levels as they are left with no other sources of funds.

    Private Equity Funds are also feeling pressure to deploy funds after arising large money from their investors in 2006. Builders see value in roping in a private equity partner. There are great chances of private equity to emerge as the most sought after source of capital offering long term benefits.

    -Indianrealtynews.com
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