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  • Real Estate as an Investment option

    Comparative study on various asset

    classes. Why Indian market , Why

    NCR market is a hot destination

    Module 1.2

  • Why Invest in India

    The market size of real estate in India is expected to increase at a CAGR of 15.2 per cent during FY2008 - 2028 and is estimated to be worth USD853 billion by 2028 ( Report C&W , Knight Frank)

    Demand for residential properties has surged due to increased urbanization and rising household income

    About 10 million people migrate to cities every year

    35 per cent of the population is in young age bracket (15-35 years)

    Indias urban population as a percentage of total population was around 32 per cent in 2014 and is expected to rise to 40.0 per cent by 2030. There will be a shortage of 20 million houses by 2030 in Urban areas leading to a massive demand supply gap (Source: Indian Census, World Bank, Mckinsey estimates, Cushman & Wakefield)

    The government has allowed FDI of up to 100 per cent in development projects for townships and settlements

    Real estate contribution to Indias GDP is estimated to increase to about 13 per cent by 2028

    Current market of real estate is a completely buyer driven market because of sluggish demand. Henceforth developers have come out with payment plans which were never heard before making it an absolute right time to enter in the market.

  • Why Invest in DELHI/NCR

    Delhi-NCR real estate market is expected to move up by 50% aprox in terms of private equity investment in real estate market.

    Major destinations for PE investment of NCR will be Noida, Greater Noida (west) Yamuna expressway and Ghaziabad. NCR real estate received an investment of Rs 1650 crore in 2013, which is almost more than double of last 2012s PE investment

    Key Influencers for Delhi NCR

    Approval of Noida-Greater Noida Metro by Ministry of Urban Development in April 2014

    Industrial developments near SohnaIMT Sohna and Ascendas IT Special Economic Zone

    Widening of NH-24 and linking NH-58 with NH-24

    Announcement of 37 new power substations in Gurgaon, Sectors 58-115 in June 2014

    Approval of the proposed 9.71-km metro extension from Dilshad Garden to New Bus-Stand in Ghaziabad

    Extension of Delhi Metro from Badarpur to YMCA Chowk in Faridabad to start functioning soon

    Faridabad-Noida-Gurgaon (FNG) Expressway, Southern Peripheral Road and Kundli-Manesar-Palwal

    Expressway emerging as major corridors with prominent residential developments. KMP and KGP expressways will decongest Delhi/NCR

  • Return on Gold , FD , Govt Secs

    According to a recent study by Cians Analytics on the returns from various asset classes in India during 1991-2013, real estate and equity market have given maximum returns to investors.

    The study covers five types of asset classes equities (BSE Sensex), commodities (gold), bank fixed Deposits (1-3 year maturities), government securities (10-year maturity), and real estate. It

    The study also explored gold, government securities and fixed deposits at banks, which were found to have posted comparatively lower returns of 10.9 per cent, 9.7 per cent and 8.8 per cent respectively for the 23-year period

  • Return on Shares and Mutual Funds

    According to a recent study by Cians

    Analytics on the returns from various asset classes in India during 1991-2013, real estate and equity market have given maximum returns to investors.

    The study covers five types of asset classes equities (BSE Sensex), commodities (gold), bank fixed Deposits (1-3 year maturities), government securities (10-year maturity), and real estate. It was aimed at finding out which asset class would have provided the highest return since the liberalisation process commenced in 1991.

    After real estate, equities have also performed strongly in India as the stock market gave a healthy annualised return of 15.5 per cent on a nominal basis during the past 23 years.

    Mutual funds have shown 12%. After adjustment of inflation returns on

    M.F and Shares goes down further.

  • Return on investment in real estate

    According to a recent study by Cians

    Analytics on the returns from various asset classes in India during 1991-2013, real estate and equity market have given maximum returns to investors.

    The study covers five types of asset classes equities (BSE Sensex), commodities (gold), bank fixed Deposits (1-3 year maturities), government securities (10-year maturity), and real estate. It was aimed at finding out which asset class would have provided the highest return since the liberalisation process commenced in 1991.

    Looking at the overall returns, the study noted that "real estate appears to have outperformed all other asset classes during the 23-year period with an annualised rate of 20 per cent."

  • Why Invest in Noida

    Noida Expressway is a six-lane 24.53 km long expressway connecting Noida to Greater Noida.

    There is real estate development on both sides of the Expressway.

    Prime sectors for residential development on the Noida Expressway are Sectors 44, 45, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 107, 105, 108, 110, 128, 129, 130, 131, 133, 134, 93A, 137, 143B, 143, 150.

    Major developers along the Noida Expressway include ATS, Jaypee, Lotus, Paras, Ajnara, Amrapali, Supertech, Omaxe, Paramount, Gulshan Homz, Eldeco, etc.

    The signal free expressway provides easy connectivity to Delhi (DND expressway), Central Noida, Yamuna Expressway and Greater Noida.

    As sectors-124,125,126,132,136,142 are institutional sectors, there is a presence of many MNCs such as HCL, Dell, Accenture, Metlife, TCS, Steria, NIIT, Sapient ,Samsung , Havels ,Infospace ,KPMG etc. With total 10 sectors dedicated to IT/ITes space. Most of topmost MNCs will start their operations on Expressway.

    There is a presence of many colleges and schools such as Amity University, JIIT, Lotus Valley, Mayoor, Mothers Pride and Shiv Nadars school , DPS, Genesis , DPS, Step by Step ,Cambridge

  • Why Invest in Noida

    Projects such as Jaypee Wish Town, Supertech Supernova , Unitech Grande , Lotus Sports city will make the expressway the prime location in Noida in the near future.

    11 Luxury 5 star hotels are planned on Expressway such as Grand Hyatt, Clarkston ,Leela ,JP ,Le Meridian ,intercontinental , ITC etc. will make the expressway a posh residential stretch. Close to 15000 Crore of hospitality investment is planned on Expressway.

    With Special Economic Zones (SEZ) along the expressway, many more MNCs will mark their presence on the Noida Expressway.

    Sec-93A is the prime residential sector along the expressway with average rental rate of Rs.20-25,000 for a 2BHK and average resale price of Rs.13,000 per sq.ft.

    The FNG (Faridabad-Noida-Ghaziabad) road will cut across the Noida Expressway giving easy connectivity to Ghaziabad and Faridabad as well.

    The expressway is prepared to handle heavy vehicular traffic in the future with the scope of adding another 75 meters to the existing 75 meter width.

  • Why Invest in commercial property

    Internationally bank interest rates are declining. All developed countries have far lesser or even negative returns as compared to India. In days to come, RBI will slowly reduce the interest rate once inflation is under control. This will fuel demand for commercial properties and exit at such a point of time will give best returns for your property.

    Annual rental yield on commercial properties ranges from 8 -12% p.a. With capital appreciation filtered in, the annual yield increases to 16% - 20%.

    Prevailing rental yield in NCR is around 7.5% to 8%, whereas Mumbai fetches yield of 9% to 12% (in commercial properties)

    it is seen that investments in Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs special formed trusts to invest in commercial ( rent yielding properties) has given best returns. With REIT entering in Indian market demand for commercial properties will further grow.

    With residential yields at 2-3 per cent and commercial yields at 8-12 per cent, investing in the latter makes sense.

    Malls which are based on a concept of attracting higher footfall are more successful and yield higher rental value compared to Malls which are developed by builder for the purpose of selling. Like DLF malls despite of big name are not running very successfully as compared to Ambience which because of concept run more successfully because of concept. GIP also yields much higher rentals because it pulls much more crowd as it is based on concept

  • TO BE INDIAS MOST ADMIRED & CUSTOMER CENTRIC REAL ESTATE

    SERVICE PROVIDER

    Module 1.2

  • Mr. Sunny Katyal

    Director IC Royals ,Training

    Mr. Honey Katyal

    C.E.O

    Ms. Sakshi Katyal

    Director Operations

    Ms. Bhawna Katyal

    Director H.R & Administration

    Module 1.2

    1.2 IC Top management team

  • Amit Raheja Dynamite

    Pranav Sharma - Chanakyas Sumit Raheja Dynamite

    Vivek Sawhney ICSK

    Module 1.2

    1.2 IC Top management team

  • Sanjeev Bhardwaj - Supernova

    Tejasvi Kapoor T. Rocks

    Naem Malik IC Delhi

    Module 1.2

    1.2 IC Top management team

  • Achievements

  • Awards and Accolades

  • Awards and acolades

  • PAN India Presence

    1. Mumbai

    2. Bangalore

    3. Dehradun.

    4. Chandigarh

    5. Gurgaon

    6. Patna

    7. Faridabad

    8. Meerut