Indian realty sector saw a growth of 8.2 percent in Q1 2018: Report


A latest report by leading property consultant JLL and apex business organisation FICCI has revealed that India’s real estate market has seen a remarkable 8.2 percent development in Q1, 2018. The report titled ‘Future of India Real Estate: Deciphering the Mid-term Perspective’ was released at the twelfth version of FICCI Real Estate Summit and was prepared by JLL and FICCI together.

According to the report which focused on various drivers and difficulties confronting the realty sector over a few years, the CPI inflation which was not recorded well in the past has now stayed at 4.7 percent in the yearly conjecture for middle expansion (2018-19 and 2019-20) with India recouping from the impacts of demonetization and GST.

Elaborating on the report, a senior JLL member said, “India’s land area is at an intonation point and the transformative patterns in the part are making ready towards the reasonable development of the business. H1 2018 has seen amazing development in Grade ‘A’ office space from both, the end users as well as developers perspective.”

“The Private Equity enthusiasm is at an unsurpassed high with the segment seeing a speculation of Rs 950 crores in 2018. With many administrative changes, the segment is ready to develop exponentially more in coming time.” Senior official added.

Other experts from JLL and FICCI has also revealed that that major reforms by Central Government such as RERA, REITs, and GST has also given a boost to the Indian realty sector with more investment from realtors and increase in home buying from the property buyers side. Also, the boost in the commercial, industrial and warehousing sectors have propelled the residential realty segment to another level.