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Indian HNIs in high demand, overseas

Kamlesh Pandya the economic times 04.06.2009
In real estate slump, developers pin hope on service apartments

After being launched in cities like Delhi, Bangalore and Pune, service apartments will soon be a reality in Tier II and III cities.

Markets cheer election results Sectors and stocks to look out for Pick stocks on fundamentals Five facts on stock falls Short-term plans are safe bets

With the India Realty Expo 2009 opening in Dubai on Thursday, Indian real estate is back on the radar of NRIs and PIOs, says Zubin Mehta, CEO, MCHI. The reverse is also true, says Sandeep Joshi, CEO of EventPro International. Global property investments are making a comeback, searching for Indian HNIs, who would be willing to buy property abroad.

Indiabulls Real Estate Cut to ‘Hold’ at Deutsche Bank (Update1)

June 2 (Bloomberg) -- Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd., India’s third-biggest developer, was downgraded at Deutsche Bank AG, which cited the gains in the shares, a possible sale of warrants and “weak demand” for its Mumbai office projects.

Indiabulls Real Estate Cut to ‘Hold’ at Deutsche Bank (Update1)

June 2 (Bloomberg) -- Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd., India’s third-biggest developer, was downgraded at Deutsche Bank AG, which cited the gains in the shares, a possible sale of warrants and “weak demand” for its Mumbai office projects.

Investors warm up to realty, once again

the economic times 29.05.2009
Sri Lankan real estate company hit by falling prices

COLOMBO, Jun 1, 2009 (Asia In Focus via COMTEX) -- EQY | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- The real estate arm of Sri Lanka's CARSONS CUMBERBATCH group said it was writing down the values of properties by 450.3 million rupees (US$3.9 million) as the prices slumped in the wake of tight monetary policy.

Investors warm up to realty, once again

MUMBAI: After a near 16-month hiatus, strategic investors are once again warming up to the real estate sector. A few foreign funds and local asset management companies have hit the road for raising money to be invested in real estate companies. Interestingly, even high net worth investors are flocking to these funds, say industry watchers.

Buyers regain confidence in real estate

Tanvi Rustagi the Economic times 29.05.2009
Buyers regain confidence in real estate

Hope is in the air and everyone wants a whiff of it, including the real estate sector. The Indian real estate sector has been through one of its worst blows in recent times. With UPA sweeping the majority in elections and the Indian citizen taking the front seat, it seems like this time hope will turn into reality.

Tata co plans infrastructure, real estate project worth Rs 20k cr

MUMBAI: Tata Realty and Infrastructure Ltd (TRIL) on Wednesday announced plans to develop real estate and infrastructure projects, worth Rs 20,000 crore, over the next three years.

Stocks in India Fall; Ranbaxy, Bharti Drop

7:00 PM Mumbai, 8:30 AM New York – Stocks in India declined on worries of rising government deficit and inflation. Investors worry that recent 8,000 crore rupees offering from real estate companies may dry liquidity in the market.

Avoid commercial real estate financing: RBI to coop banks

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday instructed state and central co-operative banks to desist from financing the commercial real estate sector, as exposure in this sensitive area would not be in their interest.

Real estate market could recover by Diwali

Sandeep Sadh the economic times 25.05.2009
Real estate market could recover by Diwali

After a long time we are witnessing real estate developers taking pride in reducing or slashing rates in Mumbai, Thane and Navi Mumbai to encash in the real estate market.

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces Announces Vivanta by Taj - Panaji, Goa

Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces announce their new premium hotel, 'Vivanta by Taj - Panaji, Goa', slotted in the 'upper upscale' segment.

Indiabulls Real Estate Raises Funds

SANTANU CHOUDHURY the wall street journal 21.05.2009

Dubai real estate firm to open New Delhi office

Alex Delmar-Morgan arabianbusiness.com 20.05.2009
Indiabulls Real Estate Raises Funds

NEW DELHI -- Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd. said Wednesday it has raised around 26.56 billion rupees ($557 million) via a share sale to institutions, joining a growing list of Indian realty companies that are raising funds to reduce debt and boost liquidity.

INDIAN BOOM: Indian is tipped to undergo a property as the middle class grows and inflation falls. 9Getty Images)

Sherwoods Independent Property Consultants is to open an office in New Delhi this summer as investor appetite grows amid a shortfall of four million residential units in the Indian capital.

India's Unitech plans to raise long-term funds

Ranjit Gangadharan Reuters 20.05.2009

Demand begins showing up in India again, say real estate firms

Shabana Hussain and Madhurima Nandy livemint.com 19.05.2009
India's Unitech plans to raise long-term funds

MUMBAI, May 19 (Reuters) - Indian real estate firm Unitech (UNTE.BO) said on Tuesday its board approved raising additional long-term funds by selling securities and issuing share warrants to its founders.

Demand begins showing up in India again, say real estate firms

New Delhi/Bangalore: When Mumbai-based developer Nahar Group of Companies opened booking for two new buildings at its Nahar Amrit Shakti project in Powai, a central suburb in Mumbai, it was surprised by the demand it received from buyers.

DLF Plans to Raise $2 Billion Over Next 2-3 Years

Sumit Sharma Bloomberg 14.05.2009

Indian real estate group in $778m fundraising

Joe Leahy Financial Times 14.05.2009
DLF Plans to Raise $2 Billion Over Next 2-3 Years

DLF Ltd., India’s biggest real estate developer, plans to raise about 100 billion rupees ($2 billion) over two to three years from selling businesses and land, Chief Financial Officer Ramesh Sanka said.

Indian real estate group in $778m fundraising

The founders of India's largest real estate company DLF sold Rs38.6bn ($778m) of shares -yesterday to institutional investors in one of the biggest equity fundraisings in India since the country's stock market crashed early last year.

 
Bookings for Tata's 'Nano' house starts today

Bookings for Tata's low-cost houses - that will come for as low as Rs 4 lakh - starts on Monday.

 
 

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