|Dr.Sanjay Chaturvedi LLB, Ph.D
|Real Estate Ebooks
|In eBook: No
In Hardcopy: Yes
|360 (A4 Size)
Introduction to the book: Real estate economics is basically a study of demand and supply of real estate in various segments in India. The current study is based on certain authentic data well validated by the researcher and deriving certain findings which the real estate industry needs. This study also has made a foundation for further research in various aspects of the real estate transaction process, housing finance process, and real estate development process. presenting the current research study on a best effort basis.
- Industry specific statistics
- Consumer specific behavior
- Socio- Economic Problems
- Other Problems
- Past Industry Scenario
- Government of India policies
- Current industry scenario
- Housing Finance System in India
- Housing a fundamental right
- Consumer V/s. Building industry
- Artificial scarcity of Land in Mumbai
- Valuation of properties
- Housing Shortage and Population
- & More
Indian Real Estate actually started in 1970 when HUDCO was established. Housing finance sector has established its existence in the country formally with set up of Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) in 1977. There are several new entrants in the Housing Finance sector, viz.. Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) , Tata Home Finance, Birla Home Finance, Sundaram Home Finance, LIC Housing Finance limited. Reportedly1, Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), Reliance and General Electric (GE) Capital are in the fray. Mergers and acquisition sprees have also become a part of the housing sector.
Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) has acquired Anagram Housing, Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC) has acquired Gujarat Rural and Urban Housing (GRUH) and Hometrust, Birla Home has acquired Indian Tobacco Company ( ITC) Classic Housing. In all, there are 58 housing finance companies and 29 out of which are registered with National Housing Bank for refinance purposes2.
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