Browsing: Survey

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 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.

Reports NRI Investment, NRI Property Hunt, NRI Real Estate, NRI Legal, NRIs Investment Pattern, India Real Estate news, Indian Realty News, Indian Property Market, Investment in Property
NRIs feel low incentive & high liability with property

The NRIs from the US, UK, Middle East, South Africa, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore and Mauritius participated in the survey. They were given a mix of open-ended and close-ended questions to assess their investment choice in the Indian property market. The data was then collated by Track2Realty team to read the mood of the NRIs vis-à-vis their investment choice in the Indian property market.

Reports Real Estate Professionals, Real Estate Employment, Real Estate Jobs, Real Estate Work Culture, Real Estate Talent Retention, India Real Estate News, Indian Realty News, Real Estate News India, Indian Property Market news, Investment in Real Estate
Real estate is employers’ market

The Indian real estate may not be attracting the best of talent, yet it is still not open to professional practices. Track2Realty survey finds that it is still the employers’ market and employees continue to crib a number of issues, including poorly structured compensation package.

Reports Housing for All, Success of Housing for All, Mass Housing in India, Affordable Housing in India, Housing Shortage in India, India Real Estate News, Indian Realty News, Real Estate News India, Indian Property market News, Investment in Property
Housing for all just a populist slogan

The Indians think instead of media hyperbole of big measures many of the small but practical measures can go a long way to ensure a house for each family, if not each individual. Some of the suggested measures may not make the government popular, and hence the Indians are not convinced with the promise of housing for all. 

Reports Women Home Buyer, Single Woman Home Buyer, Women home buyer demands, Women in housing market, India real estate news, Indian realty news, Real estate news India, Indian property market news, Investment in property, Women and home buying, Women brokers in property
More women to defer marriage for property

The survey clearly suggests marriage is as much a choice for women as mortgage, and marriage is definitely not predestination of home ownership. Even among the married couples the role of the women is changing and they are increasingly getting on the driver’s seat when buying a house. 

Reports Real estate job, real estate career, Property sector employment, Indian real estate employment, Career with real estate, Developer as employer, India real estate news, Indian real estate newsmagazine, India property market, Track2Media Research, Track2Realty
Quality talent not attracted to real estate

Young qualified professionals either do not opt for the sector, and even when they do so, they find it hard to continue in a business where the eco system is all about probability and uncertainty; forget about the lack of work culture. And hence, in most of the corporate offices of the developers it is easy to find old and grey-haired people than the vibrancy of the young work force.

Reports Home buyer confidence, Home buyer survey, Home buyer sentiment survey, Real estate sentiment survey, Property market survey, Consumer confidence in real estate, Home buyers sentiment survey, Property market survey, India real estate news, Indian realty news, Real estate news India, Property market news India, Track2Realty
Consumer confidence in real estate hits 10-year low

The low consumer confidence has been linked as much to peoples’ lack of confidence in their own ability to pay as with the employment uncertainties. Collectively, the buyers’ risk aversion in today’s economy as well as the developers’ unfair business practices have eclipsed real estate like never before.

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