Thirty Billion FDI Likely In Real Estate In Next Decade

According to estimate made by ASSOCHAM, the FDI component in the domestic real estate market is expected to be thirty billion US dollar as against its total amount of one hundred two billion US dollars in next decade as the real estate sector escalation will raise up by more than 30%.
Additionally, ASSOCHAM report stated that, the domestic real estate market is expected to be of fifteen billion US dollars in which the FDI contribution is estimated around six billion US dollars. The bank credit to this sector in 2006-07 has been estimated around three lakhs crore rupees, which will multiple substantially in the future years considering the growth that the sector has been registering.
Mr S. Jindal president of ASSOCHAM said that presently the foreign developers can take on construction actions on a minimum space of fifty thousand square feet in consequence of which Indian real estate sector could achieve FDI’s component around six billion US dollars.
Mr. Jindal further said, “The upper limit of fifty thousand square feet would be lifted by the government as it is under continuous pressure for increased FDI’s which as per ASSOCHAM estimate will increase to two lakh square feet in subsequent decade in a gradual manner and result for much higher foreign capital absorptions”.

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  1. Posted July 8, 2008 at 12:22 am | Permalink

    Indian real estate market has too much potential. Still small cities are untouched where the potential market is available. So in next decade huge investment is required.

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