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  Collapsing Real Estate Fortunes
  Date: Saturday, 22 Nov 08
 

Investors pounced on shares of Chinese property developer Soho last year after founders Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi publicly listed the company. The value of the husband-and-wife team’s stake soared ....

 
  Realty Market Recovery Hinges on Lower Rates
  Date: Saturday, 22 Nov 08
 

Recovery in the Indian property market in the next six months hinges on lower home-loan rates to entice first- time buyers. “Mortgage rates in India are at 12 percent to 13 percent, about twice w....

 
  Realty cos fight shy of price cuts
  Date: Saturday, 22 Nov 08
 

Real estate companies seem little inclined to listen to the government’s call to reduce prices. Even as realty firms such as DLF, Parsvnath and Emaar MGF demand rollback of taxes, they are reluct....

 
  Confidence in property at an all-time low
  Date: Saturday, 22 Nov 08
 

Confidence in the UK property sector has sunk to an ‘all-time low’ according to a survey of 1001 accountants by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). The ICAEW UK....

 
  Collapsing Real Estate Fortunes
  Date: Friday, 21 Nov 08
 

Investors pounced on shares of Chinese property developer Soho last year after founders Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi publicly listed the company. The value of the husband-and-wife team’s stake soared ....

 
  Realty Market Recovery Hinges on Lower Rates
  Date: Friday, 21 Nov 08
 

Recovery in the Indian property market in the next six months hinges on lower home-loan rates to entice first- time buyers. “Mortgage rates in India are at 12 percent to 13 percent, about twice w....

 
Realty cos fight shy of price cuts Saturday, 22 Nov 08

Real estate companies seem little inclined to listen to the government’s call to reduce prices. Even as realty firms such as DLF, Parsvnath and Emaar MGF demand rollback of taxes, they are reluctant to commit any price cut. An association of developers, Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (Credai), has asked member developers to reduce prices, but no one seems willing to announce any cuts. “The government has imposed a number of taxes on the real estate sector. It needs to roll them back,” said DLF chairman KP Singh. He, however, didn’t make any commitment on price cut. “Prices are a function of demand and supply. Today, supply is far ahead of demand,” he said, adding that housing demand will pick up only after interest rates are brought down to 6-7%.


Most developers are banking on the possibility that the Reserve Bank will slash rates that will in turn bring home buyers back into the market. Many developers don’t think it is possible to slash prices. Delhi-based Emaar MGF feels lower interest rates and an improvement in general economic sentiment are the answer to revive residential market, not price cuts. Emaar MGF managing director Shravan Gupta says several micro-markets across the country have already seen a correction of 20-25%. “We have already cut prices, which have brought our margin down to 15% from 30% last year. If we cut prices further, our margin will get wiped out,” said Mr Gupta.


Parsvnath Developers chairman Pradeep Jain, too, feels prices are unlikely to come down, even though builders may focus on small-size homes to bring down overall cost. “The ticket size will get smaller for making homes more affordable. But per square feet rate will not come down,” said Mr Jain. He is the president of the Delhi chapter of Credai, which gave a call to its 3,500 members on Wednesday to reduce prices. There is a wide spectrum of views among developers on price correction in the residential market. Even as Emaar MGF’s Mr Gupta says a price correction of around 25% has been seen in several micro-markets across the country, Mr Jain of Parsvnath says prices have remained stable. Another Delhi-based realty firm Omaxe CMD Rohtas Goel says prices have reached ‘rock-bottom’ by having corrected up to 40-50%.


The correction, developers say, is not with respect to the rates at which transactions were made in the past. “There is no benchmark to compare rates of new launches. We can only compare it with our estimates of prices, which similar projects could have fetched in good market,” says Mr Gupta. Therefore, price correction, as mentioned by developers, remains debatable. Developers say price correction can be seen only in new launches, as old buyers will not allow builders to reduce prices in an ongoing project.


Courtesy : India Real Estate Monitor News

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