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Press Release   •   Nov 02, 2011 14:40 IST

In recent years, Construction Industry is the fastest growing industry with no sign of decline in near future. With growing population and income level demand for residential and non-residential buildings is rising, especially in developing regions this industry has outperformed. The UN-Habitat predicts that in the next 25 years, there will be 2 billion people looking out for houses. The rate at which housing construction to be undergone would be 4000 housing units per hour. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=214670&rt=Indian-Residential-Construction-Market.html
 
 These mind-boggling figures are supported by the housing demand in countries like India as the population is huge and housing storage is low. moroever, recent trends of housing rental properties in India are conspicuous by the immense potential that is being realized today. Rental values in cities like Delhi and outskirts are witnessing an increase of 20-25%. Real estate agents are devoting themselves to negotiations for rented homes than ever. market research reports
 
 Though the interest rates on home loans, continued tax exemptions on such prompts people to buy property, those with the ability to buy a flat among the middle-class are thinking twice. In residential segment, the capital value or cost of flats has almost doubled in cities like Gurgaon where prices went up to USD 100,000 from USD 35,000 a couple of years back. The demand for more capital appreciation in the wake of rising prices coupled with home loan rate hike has dampened the buying spirit.
 
 This has in ways propelled demand for rental property in India. Increased demand for independent houses or paying guests occurs mainly in the metros like Delhi, Gurgaon, and Mumbai etc. where the corporate sectors rent independent houses for their senior executives.
 
 A paying guest or PG accommodation in India is a convenient arrangement. Even PG hostels and working women’s hostels, are considered safe and can be availed of on an individual or sharing basis mean big business. Therefore, the industry is booming both in rental housing and owned housing segment and opens the huge opprtunities for the residential builders in the country as well as at global stage.
 
 Table of Contents :
 
 Executive Summary
 Industry Overview
 Global Scenario – Construction Industry
 Global construction Spending Trends
 Indian Construction Sector
 The Indian Residential Sector
 Key highlights of the Housing sector
 Technological developments
 User Segment
 Demographic Analysis
 Market Structure & Segmentation
 Rental Trends in India
 Market Share & Competition Situation
 Competition by Geography- Property Index
 National Level Property Price Analysis
 City Level Property Price Analysis
 Key Drivers
 Key Challenges / Barriers
 Key Opportunities
 Key Success factors
 Market Entry Strategy
 Low Cost Housing
 
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