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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.     Indian Real Estate Market Introduction
2.     Indian Real Estate Market Size By Revenue, FY’08-FY’12
3.     Government Regulations in Real Estate Market in India
            Draft Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill 2011
            Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill 2011
            FDI in Real Estate
4.     Property Prices in Metropolitan Cities in India, 2011
5.     The Indian Residential Real Estate Market Introduction
     5.1.   The Indian Residential Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2011
       5.1.1.   By Number of New Residential Units Completed, 2005-2011
       5.1.2.   By Supply of New Residential Units Completed, 2005-2011
     5.2.   Rental and Capital Values of Residential Units
       5.2.1.   Delhi-NCR
       5.2.2.   Bengaluru
       5.2.3.   Mumbai
       5.2.4.   Chennai
       5.2.5.   Kolkata
       5.2.6.   Pune
     5.3.   Indian Housing Price Index, 2008-1Q 2012
     5.4.   Indian Residential Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2012-2016
6.     The Indian Commercial Real Estate Market Introduction
     6.1.   The Indian Commercial Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2011
       6.1.1.   By Gross Floor Area of New Commercial units completed, 2005-2011
       6.1.2.   By Absorption of New Commercial Units Completed, 2005-2011

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     6.2.   Rental Values Of Commercial Units in Metropolitan Cities
       6.2.1.   Delhi
       6.2.2.   Bengaluru
       6.2.3.   Mumbai
       6.2.4.   Chennai
       6.2.5.   Hyderabad
       6.2.6.   Pune
       6.2.7.   Kolkata
     6.3.   Indian Commercial Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2012-2016
7.     The Indian Retail Real Estate Market Introduction
     7.1.   The Indian Retail Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2011
       7.1.1.   By Gross Floor Area of New Retail Units Completed, 2005-2011
       7.1.2.   By Absorption of New Retail Units Completed, 2005-2011
     7.2.   Rental Values of Major Malls in Metropolitan Cities, 2011
       7.2.1.   Delhi-NCR
       7.2.2.   Mumbai
       7.2.3.   Bengaluru
       7.2.4.   Chennai
       7.2.5.   Pune
     7.3.   Indian Retail Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2012-2016
8.     The Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Introduction
     8.1.   The Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Size, 2005-2011
       8.1.1.   By Number of Available Rooms and Supply, 2005-2011
     8.2.   The Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Segmentation
       8.2.1.   By Major Cities, 2005-2011

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              Average Occupancy Rate in Hotel in Seven Metropolitan Cities
       8.2.2.      By Type of Hotel, 2005-2011
       8.2.3.      By Premium Hotel Rooms, 2006-2011
     8.3.     Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Future Projections, 2012-2016
       8.3.1.      By Market Size, 2012-2016
       8.3.2.      By Major Cities, 2012-2016
       8.3.3.      By Type of Hotel, 2012-2016
9.     Indian Real Estate Market SWOT Analysis
10. Indian Real Estate Market Trends and Developments
11. Market Share of Major Developers in the Indian Real Estate Market, FY’08-FY’12
12.         Indian Real Estate Market Future Outlook

     12.1.    Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors
     prevailing in Indian Real Estate Market
     12.2.       Indian Real Estate Market Future Projections, FY’13-FY’17
13.         Major Indian Real Estate Developers profiles
     13.1.       DLF Ltd.
       13.1.1.       Company Overview
       13.1.2.       Financial Performance, FY’07-FY’12
     13.2.       Unitech Ltd
       13.2.1.       Company Overview
       13.2.2.       Financial Performance, FY’07-FY’12
     13.3.       Omaxe Ltd
       13.3.1.       Company Overview
       13.3.2.       Financial Performance, FY’07-FY’12
     13.4.       Jaypee Group


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      13.4.1.       Company Overview
      13.4.2.       Financial Performance, FY’07-FY’12
  13.5.         India Bulls Real Estate
      13.5.1.       Company Overview
      13.5.2.       Financial Performance, FY’07-FY’12
14.     Indian Real Estate Macro-Economic and Industry Factors
  14.1.         Rural and Urban Population (in million), 2005-2015
  14.2.         Gross Domestic Product, 2006-2016
  14.3.         FDI Inflows in Housing and Real Estate, FY’06-FY’16
  14.4.         Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2005-2016
  14.5.         Outstanding Home Loans by Housing Finance Companies, FY’06- FY’16
  14.6.         Consumer Expenditure on Housing and Housing fuels, FY’06-FY’16
  14.7.         Indian Housing Price Index, FY’06-FY’16
15.     Appendix
  15.1.         Market Definition
  15.2.         Abbreviations
  15.3.         Research Methodology
          Data Collection Methods
          Approach
          Variables (Dependent and Independent)
          Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
          Final Conclusion
  15.4.         Disclaimer




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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Indian Real Estate Market Size on the Basis of Revenue by USD Million, FY’08-
FY’12
Figure 2: Indian Residential Real Estate Market Size by Residential Units in Thousands and
Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter on the Basis of Completed Residential Units,
2005-2011

Figure 3: Indian Residential Real Estate Market Projection by Residential Units in Thousands
and by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter on the Basis of Completion of Residential
Units, 2012-2016

Figure 4: Indian Commercial Real Estate Market Size on the Basis of New Units Completed
and Absorbed by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2011
Figure 5: Indian Commercial Real Estate Projections on the Basis of Completion and
Absorption by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square meters of units completed, 2012-2016

Figure 6: Market Share of Malls in India by Superior Grade, Average Grade and Poor Grade in
Percentage (%), 2011

Figure 7: Market Share of Malls in India by Lease Model and Sale Model in Percentage (%),
2011
Figure 8: Indian Retail Real Estate Market Size on the Basis of New Units Completed and
Absorbed by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2011
Figure 9: Indian Retail Real Estate Projections on the Basis of Completion and Absorption of
units completed, 2012-2016

Figure 10: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Size on the Basis of Availability of Hotel Rooms in
Units and Hotel Room Space by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter, 2005-2011

Figure 11: Percentage Contribution of Premium Hotel Rooms by Major Metropolitan Cities,
2011

Figure 12: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Size Projections on the Basis of Availability of
Hotel Rooms in Units and Hotel Room Space by Gross Floor Area in Thousand Square Meter,
2012-2016
Figure 13: Indian Real Estate Market Size Projections on the Basis of Revenue by USD Million,
FY’13-FY’17

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Figure 14: DLF Total Revenue in USD Million, FY’07-FY’12
Figure 15: Unitech Total Revenue from Real Estate in USD Million, FY’07-FY’12

Figure 16: Omaxe Ltd Total Revenue from Real Estate Activities in USD Million, FY’07-
FY’12
Figure 17: Jaypee Group Total Revenue from Real Estate Activities in USD Million, FY’07-
FY’12
Figure 18: India Bulls Real Estate Total Revenue in USD Million, FY’07-FY’12
Figure 19: Rural and Urban Population in India, 2005-2015
Figure 20: Gross Domestic Product at Current Prices in USD Million, 2006-2016
Figure 21: FDI Inflows in Housing and Real Estate in USD Million, FY’06-FY’16
Figure 22: Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India in Million, 2005-2016

Figure 23: Outstanding Home Loans by Housing Finance Companies in India in USD Million,
FY’06-FY’16
Figure 24: Consumer Expenditure on Housing and Housing Fuels in India in USD Million,
FY’06-FY’16
Figure 25: Indian Housing Price Index, FY’06-FY’16




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LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Indian Real Estate Property Prices in Top Seven Metropolitan Cities, 2011

Table 2: Indian Residential Real Estate on the Basis on New Units Completed by Price Range
in INR in Percentage(%), 2011

Table 3: Indian Residential Real Estate on the Basis on New Units Absorbed by Price Range in
INR in Percentage(%), 2011
Table 4: Rental Values of Residential Units in Key Locations of Delhi-NCR in INR per square
feet per month, 2010

Table 5: Capital Values of Residential Units Categorized by Apartments and Villas in Key
Locations of Bengaluru in INR per square feet per month, 2011
Table 6: Capital values of Residential Units in Key Locations of Mumbai INR per square feet
per month, 2010

Table 7: Capital Values of Residential Units by Apartments and Villas in Key Locations of
Chennai in INR per square feet per month, 2010
Table 8: Housing Price index in Major Cities in India, 2008-4Q 2012
Table 9: Key Office Lease Transactions in Bengaluru and Hyderabad in square feet, Q2 2012

Table 10: Rental Values of Commercial Office in Delhi-NCR in INR per square feet per month,
2010
Table 11: Rental Values of Commercial Office by Grade A and Grade B in Bengaluru in INR
per square feet per month, 2011

Table 12: Rental Values of Commercial Office in Mumbai in INR per square feet per month,
2010

Table 13: Rental Values of Commercial Office by Grade A and Grade B in Chennai in INR per
square feet per month, 2011
Table 14: Lease Transaction of Office Space in Key Locations in Hyderabad, 2011
Table 15: Lease Transaction of Office Space in Key Locations in Pune, 2011
Table 16: Lease Transaction of Office Space in Key Locations in Kolkata, 2011
Table 17: Key Lease Transactions of Malls in Metro Cities in India, 2011

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Table 18: Rental values of Retail units in Key Locations of Delhi-NCR in INR per square feet
per month, 2010

Table 19: Rental values of Retail Units in Key Locations of Mumbai in INR per square feet per
month, 2010
Table 20: Rental Values of Retail Units in Key Locations of Bengaluru in INR per Square Feet
per Month, 2011
Table 21: Rental Values of Retail Units in Key Locations of Chennai in INR per square feet per
month, 2011
Table 22: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market on the Basis of Contribution by Top Seven
Metropolitan Cities in India, 2005-2011

Table 23: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market on the Basis of Availability of Hotel Rooms in Top
Metropolitan cities in India, 2005-2011
Table 24: Average Occupancy Rate in Hotels in the Top Seven Metropolitan Cities in
Percentage (%), 2006-2010

Table 25: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market on the Basis of Availability of Hotel Rooms By
Category, 2005-2011
Table 26 : Indian Hotel Real Estate Market on the Basis of Contribution of Available Hotel
Rooms By Category in India by Percentage (%), 2005-2011

Table 27: Number of Available Premium Hotel Rooms in Major Metropolitan Cities, 2006-
2011
Table 28: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Projections by the Availability of Rooms in the Top
Seven Metropolitan Cities in Percentage, 2012-2016

Table 29: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Projection on the Basis of Contribution of Available
Rooms by Category, 2012-2016
Table 30: Indian Hotel Real Estate Market Projection on the Basis of Availability of Hotel
Rooms by Category, 2012-2016
Table 31: Market Share of Major Real Estate Developers in India, FY’08- FY’12

Table 32: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected
Industry Prospects of Indian Real Estate Market



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Table 33: Unitech Total Area Launched in the Major Cities in India in Thousand Square Meters,
FY’11

Table 34: Unitech Total Area Sold in the Major Cities in India in Thousand Square Meters,
FY’11
Table 35: Correlation Matrix
Table 36: Regression Matrix




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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The report titled “Indian Metropolitan Cities Real Estate Market Outlook to 2016 ”
provides a comprehensive analysis of the various aspects such as market size of the real estate
industry and segments such as residential, commercial, retail and the hotel across the top seven
metropolitan cities in India. The report covers the absorption and supply of real estate properties
in the major cities in India as well as the rental and capital values and the vacancy rates of the
key real estate properties in the major cities.

The residential segment has been one of the major contributors of growth to the real estate
market in India. This segment of the market was up-held by the rising domestic demand for
residential units over the years. The residential launches across major cities fell by ~% to ~ units
in 2Q2012. Mumbai witnessed the steep fall of ~% of the new residential launches followed by
Bengaluru and Chennai. However, Pune and Hyderabad recorded an increase in the new
launches of residential units during the quarter.

The Indian commercial real estate market has recorded a considerable growth in the supply of
the commercial real estate properties over the years. The commercial real estate market supply
has increased from ~ thousand square meter of GFA in 2005 to ~ thousand square meter of
GFA in 2011, growing at a CAGR of 11.7%. The demand for office space however, slowed
down significantly in the major metro cities in the first quarter of 2012 with around ~ thousand
square meters of space getting absorbed. Delhi- NCR, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru
accounted for ~% of the major space absorbed.

The Indian retail real estate underwent a drastic change in the recent years. There has been an
influx of several international brands in the country which has given a boost to the retail sector.
It was observed that the new completion of malls increased significantly in 2011 as compared to
2010 due to several big projects becoming operational in 2011. The segment amplified in 2011
during which the new launch of retail real estate properties increased to ~ thousand square
meters as compared to ~ thousand square meter space launched in 2010.

The major metropolitan cities in the country witnessed an increased transaction activity and
retailer expansion in 1H 2012 with leading brands and retailers pursuing their expansion plans
aggressively. It was observed that the rentals in the retail malls increased in cities such as Delhi
whereas cities such as Bengaluru, Pune and Mumbai witnessed an incline in rentals for the high
streets during 1H 2012.
The Indian hotel real estate market has grown at a CAGR of 2.5% during 2005-2011. The
availability of hotel rooms in India increased from ~ in 2010 to 136,229 rooms in 2011
registering a growth of 15.6% during the period. The hotel room space supply has also been on

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an upswing over the years. The supply has increased from ~ thousand square meters of GFA in
2005 to ~ thousand square meters of GFA in 2011 thereby growing at a CAGR of 2.5% over the
period.

KEY TOPICS COVERED IN THE REPORT
   -   The market size of the Real Estate industry in India.
   -   The market size of real estate market segments such as commercial and retail on the
       basis of new units launched and absorbed.
   -   The market size of the real estate segments such as residential on the basis of new units
       completed and space supply.
   -   The market size of the real estate segments such as the hotel on the basis of availability
       of hotel rooms units and space supply.
   -   The market segmentation of the hotel industry on the basis of major cities, type of hotel
       and premium hotel rooms.
   -   Trends and Development of the real estate industry in India.
   -   Market share of major players in the real estate industry in India and a detailed company
       profiles of major players.
   -   Future outlook and projections of real estate industry market segments- residential,
       commercial, retail and the hotel.


For more information on the industry research report please refer to the below mentioned link:
http://www.ammindpower.com/report.php?A=303&T=D&S=97




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