Land-starved MMR saw 11 land deals involving 768 acres of area – a 64% share of the total 1,205 acres of planned residential development across the top cities. NCR came a distant second with 4 separate deals
Currently, approx. 35 Mn sq. ft. of flexible office stock is available across the country. Of this, approx. 71% or 25 Mn sq. ft. is by the large operators. Approx. 3.7 lakh flexi seats are currently spread across the major Tier I and Tier II cities of India.
In the approx. 4.5 years since RERA was fully notified, 71,307 projects have been registered under it across the country as of November 2021. Maharashtra, Gujarat, and Karnataka lead in project registrations to date with 31,664, 9,272, and 4,497 projects registered respectively.
The top 9 listed players collectively sold homes worth INR 10,669 CR in Q2 of FY22 (July to September). Their booking revenue in this given quarter rose by a staggering 89% against the same period in the last fiscal (Q2 FY21), when it was INR 5,645 Cr.
Rising vacancies in the main southern cities can largely be attributed to increased new office space additions in the period. Altogether, the three cities saw new office space addition of 12.95 mn sq. ft. area in H1 FY22, accounting for nearly 58% share of the total new completions in top 7 cities
Key South-Central Mumbai localities have shed at least 10% of their total unsold inventory. As many as 10,700 units are currently available for sale in this region; in the same period a year ago, approx. 11,900 units were available for sale.
ANAROCK also saw continued interest in the super-luxury market of INR 10 Cr+ inventory, which in total contributed to almost 10% of the sales value so far. While the luxury market of INR 2.5+ Cr inventory has contributed almost 20% of the sales value so far.
Improving consumer confidence and a resilient long-term retail growth story translates into higher shopping spending, which reflects in the mall space scheduled for deployment in 2021. As per ANAROCK research, approx. 4.5 Mn sq. ft. of new supply is planned for 2021.
Residential property prices across the top cities increased by 1-4% in Q3 2021 compared to Q3 2020, mainly due to an increase in construction cost. Data reveals that the top 7 cities collectively saw average property prices increase by 3% annually - to INR 5,760 per sq. ft. in Q3 2021 from INR 5,600 per sq. ft. in Q3 2020. Bengaluru saw the highest 4% annual rise to INR 5,150 per sq. ft.
The survey also highlighted the demand for bigger homes. At least 48% NRI respondents preferred larger homes of 3BHK configurations (>1,500 sq. ft.) while 28% favoured 2BHKs