Indian Real Estate Will Lose CapitaLand Projects

CapitaLand plans to exit the Indian real estate market. The Singaporean firm plans to exit some of its UK and Australia projects as well.
CapitaLand to skip real estate India

CapitaLand plans to skip real estate India.

Singapore-based real estate firm CapitaLand plans to quit real estate in India. Besides quitting from India, CapitaLand has plans to exit from UK and Australia as well. The real estate firm  also plans to reassess its investments in ASX listed Australand Property Group. Continue reading

Real Estate Investment Overseas: Spain Turns Hotter

Real estate investors are flocking to Spain which implemented a new residency scheme. The new residency scheme allows foreign real estate investors to buy residential properties worth millions.
Spain real estate market hopes to be the paradise for real estate investors

Spain real estate market aims to be another paradise for Indian real estate investors.

Real estate investors of India find the property market of Spain more attractive. With the implementation of new residency scheme, foreign real estate investors are permitted to buy residential properties worth about Rs.1,15,82,745 (€160,000).

Spanish government aims to attract foreign investment through their new policy. Indian real estate investors are targeted mainly. Their higher spending on real estate properties is widely known. Continue reading

Real Estate India to Boom As Construction Regains Pace

Real estate India expects to get rid of the sluggishness. The year 2012 was really a sluggish year for the real estate builders.
real estate construction regains pace in India

Real estate India regained pace of construction. It is said to boost real estate India.

Real estate India is expected of gaining a boost from the retail FDI policy. The increased demand for retail spaces prompts the real estate players to construct more commercial projects. This in fact leads to real estate boom in the country.

Commercial real estate prices have risen sharply in India, especially in its big cities. Yet quality retail spaces available for rent are minimal. Thus the real estate experts predict a boom in construction. This will be all the more boosted by the entry of foreign multi-brand retailers. Continue reading

Surging Prices Pulls Down Residential Sales

Unaffordability created by the surging prices inversely affected the residential sales. Most of the top cities are affected by fall in demand and residential sales.

Residential Sales Faces Trouble

Residential Sales Faces Trouble Mainly from Surging Prices

Real estate builders normally foster residential sales by granting discounts. This is not seen in the present real estate situation. The real estate builders seem not willing to lower the prices at any cost. They point to the increased cost of production. Continue reading

Private Equity Firms Ready to Quit Real Estate India

Private Equity Plans to Quit Real Estate India

Private equity (PE) firms were the top investors in the 2006-08 boom years of Real estate. But the recent situation shows that they look ways to exit. Though they aim to exit profitable returns hold them tight in the field. Fallout of negative returns from their real estate investments makes them rethink of their exit. Continue reading