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China's June new home prices fall at fastest pace in 9 years, shows data

New home prices were down 4.5 per cent from a year earlier, hitting the lowest since June 2015, deeper than a 3.9 per cent slide in May, according to Reuters calculations based on NBS data

China's June new home prices fall at fastest pace in 9 years, shows data
Updated On : 15 Jul 2024 | 10:41 AM IST

Lok Sabha elections cool down home sales in April-June quarter: Report

Consumer sentiment still 'extremely positive' about real estate investments, it says

Lok Sabha elections cool down home sales in April-June quarter: Report
Updated On : 11 Jul 2024 | 1:30 PM IST

Housing sales in top 8 cities decline by 6% in Apr-Jun: PropTiger

Housing sales across the top eight cities declined 6 per cent in the April-June period compared with the preceding quarter as builders and investors were cautious due to Lok Sabha polls, according to PropTiger. Property brokerage platform PropTiger, which is part of REA India that owns Housing.com, on Thursday released its quarterly data on housing demand and supply. As per the data, housing sales fell 6 per cent to 1,13,768 units during the April-June period from 120,642 units in the preceding January-March quarter. However, the housing sales rose 42 per cent in April-June from 80,245 units in the year-ago period. "Demand for homes moderated during the April-June period on account of the general elections even though consumer sentiment continues to remain extremely positive about real estate investments on the back of strong fundamentals," said Vikas Wadhawan, Group CFO, REA India, and Business Head, PropTiger.com. The developer community, too, exercised caution, as evidenced by

Housing sales in top 8 cities decline by 6% in Apr-Jun: PropTiger
Updated On : 11 Jul 2024 | 12:20 PM IST

Housing sales up 11% in FY24 in top 30 Tier-II cities: PropEquity

Rise in housing demand is not restricted to major cities as sales of residential properties rose 11 per cent last fiscal across 30 Tier II towns to nearly 2.08 lakh units, according to PropEquity. Real estate data analytic firm PropEquity on Friday released a report on Tier II cities' housing market. The data showed that housing sales increased 11 per cent to 2,07,896 units in 2023-24 as against 1,86,951 units in the preceding financial year. Top 10 Tier II cities -- Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Nashik, Gandhi Nagar, Jaipur, Nagpur, Bhubaneshwar, Visakhapatnam and Mohali-- contributed 80 per cent to the total sales in 30 small towns. These 10 cities together clocked sales of 1,68,998 residential units in 2023-24, up 11 per cent from 1,51,706 homes in 2022-23. The other 20 Tier II cities are Bhopal, Lucknow, Goa, Coimbatore, Raipur, Vijayawada, Indore, Kochi, Trivandrum, Mangalore, Guntur, Bhiwadi, Dehradun, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Agra, Mysore, Sonepat, Panipat and Amritsar. Samir .

Housing sales up 11% in FY24 in top 30 Tier-II cities: PropEquity
Updated On : 05 Jul 2024 | 11:35 AM IST

Real estate stocks strategy: Do not cash out fully, say analysts

residential sales across the top seven cities (National Capital Region, Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata) slipped 8 per cent quarter-on-quarter in Q1-FY25

Real estate stocks strategy: Do not cash out fully, say analysts
Updated On : 03 Jul 2024 | 10:58 PM IST

Sattva Group targets 85% growth in housing sales this fiscal: MD Agarwal

Realty firm Sattva Group is bullish on India's housing market and will launch many projects to achieve 85 per cent growth in sales of residential properties to around Rs 6,500 crore this fiscal, a top company official said. In the 2023-24, Bengaluru-based Sattva Group achieved sales bookings of Rs 3,500 crore. "We are very bullish on housing demand. We are targeting to achieve sales of Rs 6,000-6,500 crore this financial year," Sattva Group MD Bijay Agarwal said. He said the company would invest Rs 12,000-14,000 crore over the next three years to build housing, office and hotel projects. The bulk of the investments would be to develop housing projects and office complexes. Sattva Group is one of the leading real estate developers in India with a significant presence in South India. It has completed 140 projects comprising 80 million square feet area in the last 30 years. Around 23 million square feet are under construction, and 65 million square feet are in the pipeline. Agarwal

Sattva Group targets 85% growth in housing sales this fiscal: MD Agarwal
Updated On : 30 Jun 2024 | 2:40 PM IST

Home sales in India cool down after two years on high base, rising prices

Home prices in major cities increased 7% in April-June compared to quarter before, according to Anarock data

Home sales in India cool down after two years on high base, rising prices
Updated On : 27 Jun 2024 | 12:58 PM IST

Housing sales likely to decline 2% in Apr-June across top 9 cities

Housing sales are estimated to decline 2 per cent to nearly 1.20 lakh units in the current quarter across nine major cities, mainly due to lower demand in Hyderabad and Pune, according to PropEquity. Real estate data analytic firm PropEquity on Thursday released housing sales data for April-June, 10 days before the end of the quarter. As per the data, housing sales in April-June are estimated to fall at 1,19,901 units as against 1,21,856 units in the year-ago period. In Delhi NCR, sales of residential properties are likely to rise to 10,198 units during April-June this year from 9,635 units in the year-ago period. Housing sales in Bengaluru are likely to rise to 15,127 units from 15,088 units. In Chennai, the sales are likely to fall to 4,841 units from 4,950 units. Sales in Hyderabad are estimated to decline 20 per cent to 15,016 units from 18,757 units. In Kolkata, sales are likely to rise to 5,130 units from 4,025 units. Housing sales in Mumbai are estimated to fall marginal

Housing sales likely to decline 2% in Apr-June across top 9 cities
Updated On : 20 Jun 2024 | 5:56 PM IST

Godrej Properties sells 650 flats for Rs 2K cr in Noida amid strong demand

Realty firm Godrej Properties Ltd on Thursday said it has sold around 650 flats in Noida for more than Rs 2,000 crore, amid strong consumer demand for residential properties. In a regulatory filing, Godrej Properties informed that it has "sold around 650 homes worth over Rs 2,000 crore in its project, Godrej Jardinia, located in Sector 146, Noida." The project was launched in May 2024. "This is Godrej Properties' most successful-ever launch in Noida in terms of the value of sales achieved," the company highlighted. Gaurav Pandey, MD & CEO, Godrej Properties, said, " Noida is an extremely important market for Godrej Properties, and we will look to further strengthen our presence in the city in the years ahead." Godrej Properties is one of the leading real estate developers in the country. It has a major presence in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Delhi-NCR, Pune and Bengaluru property markets.

Godrej Properties sells 650 flats for Rs 2K cr in Noida amid strong demand
Updated On : 23 May 2024 | 12:56 PM IST

China's housing rescue is too small to end ongoing crisis, say analysts

The decline in China's sales of new homes accelerated in recent months, with households increasingly preferring to buy in the secondary market

China's housing rescue is too small to end ongoing crisis, say analysts
Updated On : 20 May 2024 | 8:24 AM IST

Sale of homes priced above Rs 4 cr comprises 5% of total, says report

Mumbai top in the sale of such homes in March quarter, demand falls in Delhi NCR from a year ago

Sale of homes priced above Rs 4 cr comprises 5% of total, says report
Updated On : 30 Apr 2024 | 1:26 PM IST

Housing sales up 68% in Jan-Mar to Rs 1.1 trn on higher volumes: Report

Housing sales rose 68 per cent in value terms to nearly Rs 1.11 lakh crore during the January-March period across major cities on higher volumes as well as price appreciation, according to PropTiger. In its quarterly report 'Real Insight Residential JanuaryMarch 2024', real estate brokerage firm PropTiger.com said that housing sales in value terms rose to Rs 1,10,880 crore in the January-March period of this calendar year from Rs 66,155 crore in the year-ago period. Vikas Wadhawan, Group CFO of REA India and Business Head of PropTiger.com, said, "Growth in housing sales both in volume and value terms augurs well for the overall economy as more than 200 ancillary industries, including cement and steel, are dependent on the real estate sector." In terms of area, housing sales surged 63 per cent to 162 million square feet in the first quarter of this calendar year from 99 million square feet in the corresponding period of the previous year. Housing sales grew by 41 per cent to 1,20,6

Housing sales up 68% in Jan-Mar to Rs 1.1 trn on higher volumes: Report
Updated On : 09 Apr 2024 | 2:58 PM IST

Homes priced above Rs 1 cr corner highest share ever in total sales: Report

Those priced below Rs 50 lakh record dip in sales in January-March quarter: Knight Frank

Homes priced above Rs 1 cr corner highest share ever in total sales: Report
Updated On : 04 Apr 2024 | 12:36 PM IST

Housing sales in Gurugram down 12% during Jan-Mar; up 19% in Noida: Report

Housing sales in Gurugram fell 12 per cent year-on-year in January-March, while the demand for residential properties increased in Noida by 19 per cent, according to Anarock. Real estate consultant Anarock's data showed that housing sales in Gurugram's primary market (first sale) declined 12 per cent to 8,550 units in the January-March period this year from 9,750 units in the year-ago period. In contrast, Noida saw a 19 per cent increase in housing sales to 1,600 units during January-March this year from 1,350 units in the corresponding period of the previous year. Commenting on the trend, Anarock Vice Chairman Santhosh Kumar said, "The demand continues to be strong in Gurugram. Still, sales dipped in the IT city due to a fall in new supply. Many builders did not get approvals to launch projects". There would be more launches of housing projects in Gurugram after the Lok Sabha election, he added. As per the data, housing sales in Greater Noida declined by 19 per cent to 2,350 unit

Housing sales in Gurugram down 12% during Jan-Mar; up 19% in Noida: Report
Updated On : 31 Mar 2024 | 2:57 PM IST

Housing sales in Jan-Mar rise 14%, average prices up 10-32%: Anarock

Housing sales have risen 14 per cent, while average prices are up 10-32 per cent across seven major cities during the January-March period of this year, as demand continues to be strong, according to Anarock. The sales of residential properties increased in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Pune, Bengaluru and Hyderabad, but declined in Delhi-NCR, Chennai and Kolkata. On Wednesday, real estate consultant Anarock released its data for the top seven primary (first sale) residential markets in the country. As per the data, housing sales rose 14 per cent to 1,30,170 units during January-March quarter this year across top seven cities, from 1,13,775 units in the year-ago period. "The quarter has recorded the highest ever sales in the last decade amid a significant rise in demand for high-ticket homes priced Rs 1.5 crore and above," Anarock Chairman Anuj Puri said. Among cities, the housing sales in MMR rose 24 per cent to 42,920 units during January-March, from 34,690 units in the year

Housing sales in Jan-Mar rise 14%, average prices up 10-32%: Anarock
Updated On : 27 Mar 2024 | 1:11 PM IST

Luxury housing sales in India jumped 75% in 2023, threefold in Delhi: CBRE

The share of luxury homes, priced at or above Rs 4 crore, in total sales, also doubled in 2023

Luxury housing sales in India jumped 75% in 2023, threefold in Delhi: CBRE
Updated On : 14 Feb 2024 | 11:23 PM IST

Improved affordability pushes home sales in India to a new peak in 2023

In 2024, experts suggest that home affordability, as well as sales, are expected to improve further on the back of cooling inflation and the likelihood of lower interest rates

Improved affordability pushes home sales in India to a new peak in 2023
Updated On : 28 Dec 2023 | 10:45 PM IST

Housing sales up 31% in 2023, 476,530 units sold in top 7 cities: Anarock

Housing sales rose 31 per cent this year to nearly 4.77 lakh units -- an all-time high -- across seven major cities, despite price appreciation by an average 15 per cent, and higher mortgage rate, according to Anarock. Real estate consultant Anarock on Thursday released the annual data of seven major primary housing market, showing that housing sales increased to 4,76,530 units this calendar year from 3,64,870 units in 2022. Anarock Chairman Anuj Puri said, "2023 has been phenomenal for the Indian housing sector, despite global headwinds, rising domestic property prices, and interest rate hikes over the first half this year." Housing sales in the top 7 cities breached the previous high of 2022, and new launches stayed in step with the current housing demand, he added. Puri said it was widely expected that rising property prices and interest rates, along with global market uncertainties, would impact residential sales, but high demand sustained. As per the data, Mumbai Metropolitan

Housing sales up 31% in 2023, 476,530 units sold in top 7 cities: Anarock
Updated On : 28 Dec 2023 | 12:05 PM IST

India to register highest home sales since 2008 in 2023: JLL report

In the first 9 months of 2023, the highest sales were reported in the mid-segment homes, with a ticket size of Rs 50-75 lakh

India to register highest home sales since 2008 in 2023: JLL report
Updated On : 21 Dec 2023 | 2:28 PM IST

India at 14th spot in housing cost rise in Jul-Sep with 5.9% growth: Report

India jumped 18 places to 14th rank in home price appreciation globally in September quarter, with nearly 6 per cent price rise year-on-year, according to Knight Frank India. Real estate consultant Knight Frank's Global House Price Index tracks nominal and real price growth across 56 countries in local currencies. Turkiye is at number one position with an annual 89.2 per cent appreciation, followed by Croatia (13.7 per cent), Greece 11.9 per cent, Colombia 11.2 per cent and North Macedonia 11 per cent. "Annual global house prices continue to rise despite central banks' efforts to combat inflation through higher interest rates. Average annual price growth stands at 3.5 per cent, closely approaching the pre-pandemic ten-year average of 3.7 per cent," Knight Frank said. Among the 56 markets monitored, 35 experienced annual price growth, while 21 witnessed price decline. "India climbed 18 spots to 14th rank in the global house price index in Q3 2023. The price increase of 5.9 per cent

India at 14th spot in housing cost rise in Jul-Sep with 5.9% growth: Report
Updated On : 15 Dec 2023 | 4:01 PM IST