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Tide of change - perception or reality

Monday, April 21, 2014

More maturity in place. Developers argued about more maturity over the past few years. (1) Operations are more organized, scalability and execution capabilities understood and utilization and deployment of capital thoughtful unlike during the bull run of 2003-07, while (2) expectation on institutional requirement has fallen in place on parameters of returns, governance and control.

Indian high net-worth investors (HNIs) are among the smartest set of real-estate investors in the past with better returns from direct (even unstructured/unorganized) investments with developers/in real estate projects. With markets maturing, most investors are seeking the organized route with participation through funds

The key issues for investment in Indian real estate remain (1) cost and (2) options. Asset allocation to real estate in global market remains high (around US$530 bn in CY2013, of which around US$130 bn was allotted to Asia), but lack of quality supply has restricted investments in India (around US$1 bn).

There were mixed views on developers getting listed given the performance of listed developers since 2008 and expectations on valuations from unlisted developers planning to raise money through listing in the bourses.


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