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2020 तक आठ प्रमुख शहरों में होगी 41.56 लाख घरों की मांग, डेवलपर्स नहीं कर पाएंगे मांग के अनुरूप आपूर्ति

देश के प्रमुख आठ शहरों में घरों की मांग बहुत अधिक बढ़ने वाली है। कुशमैन एंड वेकफील्‍ड द्वारा जारी ताजा रिपोर्ट में अनुमान जताया गया है कि शहरी क्षेत्र में घरों की मांग 2020 तक 41.56 लाख यूनिट की होगी, इसके विपरीत निजी डेवलपर्स केवल 10.23 लाख यूनिट की ही आपूर्ति कर पाने में सक्षम होंगे।


यह आठ शहर हैं- अहमदाबाद, बेंगलुरु, चेन्नई, दिल्ली-एनसीआर(एनसीटी, गाजियाबाद, फरीदाबाद, गुरुग्राम और नोएडा), हैदराबाद, कोलकाता, मुंबई औश्र पुणे।

रिपोर्ट के अनुसार 2016-2020 के दौरान प्रमुख आठ शहरों में कुल मकानों की मांग लगभग 42 लाख यूनिट रहने का अनुमान है। इसके अनुसार निजी डेवलपर्स द्वारा इस दौरान निर्माणाधीन व योजनागत 10 लाख मकानों की आपूर्ति किए जाने की उम्मीद है।

सबसे ज्‍यादा मांग दिल्‍ली-एनसीआर में रहेगी, यहां 2020 के अंत तक करीब 10 लाख यूनिट की मांग होगी।, यह भी अनुमान है कि सबसे ज्‍यादा मांग एलआईजी (15 लाख रुपए से कम) मकानों की होगी।, 2020 तक तकरीबन 19.8 लाख एलआईजी यूनिट की मांग का अनुमान है, इसमें प्राइवेट डेवलपर्स केवल 25,000 यूनिट की आपूर्ति करेंगे।, इसी प्रकार एमआईजी (15-70 लाख रुपए) मकानों की मांग 14.57 लाख युनिट की होगी, जबकि इसके विपरीत आपूर्ति केवल 6.47 लाख यूनिट की रहेगी।
कुल हाउसिंग आर्पू‍ति में 63 प्रतिशत हिस्‍ससा एमआईजी मकानों का ही होता है।

Unitech Q1 sales bookings drops 47% at Rs 178 crore

Realty firm Unitech’s sales bookings fell by 47 per cent to Rs 178 crore during the first quarter of the current fiscal on sluggish housing demand. It had achieved sales bookings of Rs 339 crore in the year-ago period, Unitech said in a presentation.

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In volume terms, the sales bookings fell to 0.23 million sq ft during the quarter ended June from 0.66 million sq ft in the corresponding period of the last year. However, the sales bookings during April-June period on quarter-on-quarter basis was slightly higher than Rs 165 crore achieved in the previous quarter.

Out of Rs 178 crore of sales bookings in the first quarter of current fiscal, the residential segment contributed Rs 130 crore. Unitech, which is facing issues over delays in execution of its real estate projects, delivered 1.14 million sq ft of area in April-June period of 2015-16 financial year, highest in last six quarters.

“Handing over is in progress in 44 projects across regions. Handing over started in 2 more projects in NCR and 1 in Chennai,” the presentation said.

Unitech has presence in Gurgaon, Noida, Greater Noida, Chennai and Kolkata among others. Last week, Unitech reported a consolidated net loss of Rs 281.29 crore during the quarter ended June 30 while net debt stood at Rs 6,605 crore.

“We have a strong pipeline of projects under construction and with accelerated construction activity deliveries in the first quarter have gone up substantially,” Unitech MD Sanjay Chandra had said, adding that the company was further ramping up construction activity at our various sites.

“Increased pace of construction will also lead to higher cash flows for the company, restarting the virtuous cycle of construction and related cash flows,” he said .

Housing demand increaseing in NCR; sales up 18% in January-June

“During H1 2013, the NCR residential market witnessed a total absorption of 35,000 units showing an increase of 18 per cent from H1 2012. This increase in sales can be ascribed to the high number of project launches in the affordable category,” property consultant Knight Frank India said.


Housing sales have risen by 18 per cent in the Delhi-NCR region during the first half of this year at 35,000 units, showing signs of improvement in the property market that has been facing slowdown in demand.

The absorption in Greater Noida rose almost four times compared to the same period in 2012 suggesting a strong demand for affordable options, it added.

Greater Noida witnessed sales of 14,300 units in H1 2013, as against 3,750 units in the year-ago period.

The absorption levels dipped in both Gurgaon and Noida, largely due to increasing unaffordability of housing options available in these markets.

“The NCR market is striving for a better equilibrium. Developers are focusing on project completion and deferring new launches,” the consultant said.

Knight Frank said that sluggish buyer sentiments have discouraged sales in some areas, but locations like Dwarka Expressway, Noida Expressway and Greater Noida would continue to lure investors.

On supply side, nearly 49,000 units were launched during the January-June period, showing increase of 11 per cent compared to H1 2012.

Nearly 5.4 lakh residential units are under construction in the NCR market. The unsold inventory is pegged at about 1.32 lakh units, comprising unsold units in ready as well as under construction projects.

“The NCR residential market indicated signs of stability in H1 2013,” Knight Frank India Chairman and Managing Director Shishir Baijal said.

The developers are keeping new launches in check in order to bridge the supply and demand gap, he added.

“Over the past two years, the NCR market has experienced a fall in launches by nearly 40 per cent compared to the peak levels of 2010. Both short term and long term moving average of launches confirm a plummeting trend,” Knight Frank’s Chief Economist & Director Research Samantak Das said.

“However, demand has recently stabilised and improved in the last few quarters, which sketches a healthy residential market scenario for NCR and if the supply-demand gap tapers further, the region is likely to face an upward pressure on property prices,” he added.

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