Market dynamics are changing and we are aware that urban population is rising, more so in India. There is massive shortfall in infrastructure and urban housing. Due to climatic change and rising environmental concerns, more resilient buildings which are environment friendly will be required. There is also a perceptible change in the way people live, work and play. People are living longer; households are getting smaller; there is increased mobility; and of course technology is transforming the way people think demand the kind of homes they want and carry on with their lifestyle. Keeping all these in mind, we have taken new initiatives at Sobha to stay ahead of the curve.
Browsing: Bangalore Real Estate
Sobha Limited has reported a 6% quarter-on-quarter increase in its net profit during the Q3 FY18. Its profit after tax (PAT) increased from INR 50.3 crore in Q2 FY18 to INR 53.4 crore in the quarter ending December.
The data analysis reveals that about 26 million sq ft of Grade A office buildings are under various stages of construction in the city which will completed by 2020. Most of this upcoming supply is concentrated in Outer Ring Road (ORR), which is a major commercial hub in Bengaluru.
LOGOS India, a partnership between LOGOS Group and Assetz Property Group announced in August 2017, has identified a strong pipeline of opportunities across the key logistics hubs of Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, the National Capital Region (NCR), Bangalore, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad to meet the increasing demand for modern facilities.
A closer look at some of the leading property markets of the country, like Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore, clearly suggest that the market is poised for an upswing in the next few years. More importantly, it is not just the analysts but also the home-buyers who are today; ready to bet high on the long term growth story of the property market in these leading cities.
As per the data available with Track2Realty, the real estate think-tank group, Bangalore rental yields are highest in the country. It is range bound between 3-4 per cent, depending upon the location. The property prices are still much lower than many other cities, including the financial capital of India, Mumbai, or the Delhi-NCR market.
Bangalore-based Nitesh Estates plans to grow its commercial & rental assets to more than 5 million sq. ft. of space in the near future. This includes locations in the central business districts and significant micro markets of Bengaluru. Nitesh Estates will develop and acquire A-Grade commercial & rental assets with an investment of around Rs. 1500- crore across multiple projects.
How many affordable homebuyers who leave to work early morning and come back late night actually need amenities like free Wi-Fi, amphitheatre, club, tennis court, swimming pool etc? Are many buyers in the average salaried class in a position to avail these facilities even though the developer has created e everything within the project? How long such fancy amenities are maintained once the project is over and the monthly maintenance charges are a huge issue?
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