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Reports Housing Absorption, Housing Demand, Housing Supply, Demand Supply Gap in Housing Market
South cities’ housing absorption slumps, Pune and MMR race ahead

The three southern cities collectively saw residential sales of 61,400 units between January and September 2019 as against 64,420 units sold in the first three quarters of 2018. MMR and Pune, on the contrary, saw the sale of nearly 93,930 units in 2019 against 70,740 units in the corresponding period in 2018. Altogether, the top 7 cities recorded sales of 2,02,200 units in 2019 till September, of which western cities comprised 46% overall share while southern region consisted of 30% share. 

Reports 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. 

Reports Student Housing in India, Student Housing Investment in India, Student Housing Potential in India, Student Housing Market in India
Student Housing to witness investments of over USD 700 million investment & an addition of 0.6 million beds by 2023

According to the report titled “The Herald of a New Chapter: Student Accommodation in India”, the Student Housing/Co-Living space is expected to witness an investment worth USD 700 million and an addition of 0.6 million beds by 2023 across the country. The Student Housing segment is witnessing rapid growth across all the major markets in the country and expected to witness a growth of 36 percent between 2019 to 2023. 

Reports India Office Space, Demand of Office Space, Supply of Office Space, Absorption of Office Space, Vacancy Level in Office Space, Grade A Office Space, Colliers International, Ritesh Sachdev, Megha Maan
Demand for office space surges 9% in Jan-Sept 2019; Supply up 53% from year ago: Colliers Research

Bengaluru maintains the top position in office space leasing, with a share of 30% in gross leasing during Jan-September 2019. Bengaluru recorded gross absorption of 12.1 million sq feet during Jan-September 2019, a 7% increase from same period last year, as occupiers continue to ramp up.  IT-BPM and technology companies together accounted for 36%. Engineering and manufacturing sector’s leasing accounted for 18% share. Occupiers are preleasing space, and even taking up space in refurbished grade B buildings, due to tight vacancies in the market amidst healthy demand. The city’s vacancy stood at 8.8% at the end of Q3 2019.

Reports Office Space in India, Office Space Absorption, RICS Report on Office Space, Colliers Report on Office Space, Trends in Office Space, Designs of Office Space
Average annual office space gross absorption pegged at 50 million sq ft between 2019-2023: RICS – Colliers Research

Colliers International foresees robust demand from GICs, with leasing by GICs across six major cities in India to be in the range of 32.5 million sq ft between 2019 and 2021. Over 2014-2018, occupiers leased about 53.0 million sq ft of office space in multi-tenanted buildings for their GICs. Bengaluru led the demand with about 20.1 million sq ft, followed by Delhi NCR and Hyderabad. Further, we found that companies from the engineering, energy and manufacturing sectors favoured Bengaluru, which accounted for 32% of GIC demand between 2014-2018.

Reports Flexible Workspaces, India Office Market, Co Working Spaces, Office Space Trends, Commercial Real Estate, Colliers Research
Demand from flexible workspace operators to account for about 18-20% of total gross leasing in 2019

About 33% of the occupiers surveyed said they are likely to take up space in a flexible workspace over the next 24 months, primarily for the host of benefits provided. About 45% of occupiers surveyed are uncertain about leasing in flexible workspaces, with the decision hinging on their expansion plans over the next two years. On the other hand, about 22% of the respondents said they are not likely to take up space in flexible workspace centers over the next 24 months.

Reports Branded Housing, Luxury Housing, Organised Real Estate in India, Best Real Estate brands, Brand Value of House
Branded housing share increases to 56% of overall supply

Highly-established developers are known to conduct careful research on their locations and are therefore able to pinpoint the most happening growth corridors. They know what product works best, and where it works best. While end-users are assured that they are buying into a well-researched area, this fact also ‘raises the bottom’ for investors who are looking for the right product to back.

Finance Real Estate Investments, Real Estate Funding, Real Estate PE Funds, Real Estate Institutional Funding, Funding Gap of Real Estate, Liquidity Crisis in Real Estate
Increasing share of institutional investments in Indian real estate: CII-JLL Study

Institutional investments increased in the last ten years and have improved investor confidence, risk appetite and transparency. Enhanced use of technology across asset classes have changed the outlook of investors towards Indian real estate. As a result, investments have more than tripled to INR 1,400 bn during 2014-18 as compared to INR 465 bn during 2009-13, says the latest CII-JLL report ‘Innovation Led Opportunities – Changing India’s Real Estate Landscape’, released on Wednesday, Aug 21, at the 11th Edition of CII Realty & Infrastructure Conclave.

Reports Student Housing, Co Working, Co Living, Shared Living, Real Estate Start Ups
Start-ups fuel the Indian student housing movement

Sensing the potential of the student housing market, many start-ups have entered the fray. Student housing providers such as Oxfordcaps, Tribestays, PLACIO, Stanza Living, Campus Student Communities, Housr, Simplyguest, etc. currently operate in Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru, Noida, Mumbai, Indore, Dehradun, Ahmedabad and Jaipur. The top 10 players in the organized student housing space collectively operating slightly over 75,000 beds with plans to touch nearly 2 lakh beds by 2020. 

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