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Chennai Property Market, Chennai Real Estate, Chennai Housing Market, Chennai Property Launches

Chennai housing recovery faster than national average

The city with a penchant for villas is mostly moving towards the periphery locations. In those locations the land cost is still very affordable. The buyers, mostly local communities, are preferring these plotted villas. Since the developers do not have the construction finance to bother, they can even hold it in the wake of slow sales.

Young Home Buyers, Average Age of Home Buyers, Demographic Profile of Home Buyers, ANAROCK Property Consultants, Prashant Thakur

Age of Indian home buyers across decades and cities

In the late 2010, buyers were largely in the age groups of 35-45 years and 45-55 years, but the share of homebuyers in the 25-35 years age group was minimal. However, improved tax benefits motivated more working youths in this age bracket to opt for home loans. Millennials predominantly favoured paying EMIs for buying a home over the ‘dead’ expense of rentals.

Repo Rate, Real Estate & Repo Rate, Repo Rate & EMI, Repo Rate & Home Loan, Real Estate Policies, Anuj Puri, ANAROCK Property Consultants

Repo Rate cut of 25 bps a notional nudge

In the April-June 2019 quarter, India’s GDP grew only by 5% – the slowest pace in over six years. Consumers are spending less on everything from FMCG to automobiles – and, of course, real estate. Naturally, the sector eyes RBI’s monetary policy for cuts in the key lending rates to support the various measures taken by the government to boost consumption sentiment.

Real Estate Market Trends, Residential Sales in India, Office Space Absorption in India, Real Estate Slowdown, Real Estate Demand & Supply Dynamics

Residential sales modest, office segment shows strong absorption

After witnessing a revival of sorts in 2018 housing sales have witnessed a growth of 14% in the first nine months (January-September) of 2019 as compared to the corresponding period in 2018, according to India Real Estate Market Update Q3 2019, released by JLL . The office segment witnessed strong leasing, registering a jump of 40% during the same period as compared to the corresponding period in the previous year, the report added. 

REIT, Real Estate Investment Trust, REIT in India, REIT Success in India, REIT Potential in India, REIT Potential & Performance

India can raise over $25 bn with REITs in next 3 years – ANAROCK

While the commercial office sector will dominate Indian REIT listings for the next couple of years, retail and logistics REITs are sure to follow. However, Indian residential REITs remain at best a distant possibility. The draft Model Tenancy Act, 2019 will make rental housing a more attractive investment play – but for Indian residential REITs to succeed as they have in countries like Singapore and the US, rental yields on Indian housing need to significantly surpass the current 1-3%.

Sunteck Realty, Kamal Khetan, Sunteck Realty Lokhandwala , Lokhandwala Property Market, Mumbai Property Market, Mixed Use Project in Mumbai

Sunteck Realty acquires mixed-use project near Lokhandwala, Mumbai

Given the dynamic civic and social infrastructure in the area, the project lies in close proximity to posh localities- Versova, Lokhandwala and Juhu. The project is located between the two major connectivity nodes of New link Road and Veera Desai Road. Some of the major connectivity and infrastructure projects announced like the upcoming metro lines add considerable leverage to the acquisition. The project has easy access and direct connectivity to most of the Mumbai via road and metro.