Booming Housing Sector in India
NEW YORK, Aug. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:Booming Housing Sector in India
India is one of the fastest growing real-estate markets in the world, which is not only attracting domestic real-estate developers, but also the foreign investors. Moreover, real-estate industry in India is addressing the demand for built-up space, from a variety of property segments, such as offices, housing units, shopping malls, hospitality industry, manufacturing sector and logistics parks, in which housing sector is undergoing a significant growth.
Our new report, "Booming Housing Sector in India", observed that the housing segment of the Indian real-estate industry has shown strong growth despite global economic gloom. Moreover, with continuously rising population, growing aspirations, increasing nuclear families and rapid urbanization, the housing sector in India is anticipated to register a strong growth in the coming years.
Further, the report facilitates detailed information on housing market structure comprising of number of housing units, rooms, and ownership of flats by type. A comprehensive study on housing demand analysis segmented into Affordable, HIG, and Luxury housing has also been included in our report in which it has been found that affordable housing segment is expected to witness a strong demand of around 40% during 2012-2014.
In this report, we have also included forecast on faucets, tiles, switch, cement and steel, paint, bathroom fittings, furniture, floorings and modular kitchen industries which will help industry and its related players to get the complete 360 degree view of the industry. Besides, the report also includes city-level analysis (Mumbai, Delhi/NCR, Chennai and Kolkata) to help the industry players to monitor the estimated housing supply in these cities.
Additionally, it sheds light on technological developments which will help developers in tracking new and emerging technological innovations, as cutting prices is not always the right move to compete in the market.
Besides, based on our primary research which includes a survey of around 900 respondents, we identified and rated various factors influencing the customers in selecting a housing project. On the similar lines, we also conducted a primary survey on various developers to study the factors considered by them before choosing raw materials for construction. This will help the industry players in understanding the market behavior from both ends (consumer and developer).
The report also discusses the challenges hindering the exponential growth route of the industry for future. Furthermore, the report provides profiling of the major players including DLF, Unitech, Omaxe, Tata Housing, Puravankara, EMAAR MGF, Ansal Housing and Sobha Developers which will help clients to gain insights on their overall business, recent activities and their strengths and weaknesses. Overall, the report presents optimum information and balanced research outlook on the potentials of the Indian housing sector.
1. Analyst View2. Research Methodology3. Why Will Industry Perform?3.1 Burgeoning Demand from Rapid Urbanization3.2 Nuclear Families Catching Pace3.3 Changing Demographics3.4 Growing Aspirations Triggering Demand for Homes3.5 High Net-Worth Clients Elevating Demand for Luxury Homes4. Residential Real-Estate Industry Outlook to 20144.1 Overview4.2 Market Structure4.2.1 Housing Units4.2.2 Number of Rooms4.2.3 Type of Ownership5. Housing Demand Analysis5.1 Affordable Housing5.1.1 Current Demand Potential5.1.2 Latest Developments5.2 HIG Housing5.2.1 Current Demand Potential5.3 Luxury Housing5.3.1 Current Demand Potential5.3.2 Latest Developments5.3.3 Scenario in Major Cities6. City-Level Analysis6.1 Mumbai6.2 Delhi/NCR6.3 Chennai6.4 Kolkata7. Industry Verticals7.1 Faucets7.2 Tiles7.3 Switch7.4 Cement and Steel7.5 Paint7.6 Bathroom Fittings7.7 Furniture7.8 Floorings7.9 Modular Kitchen8. Technological Innovation8.1 Green Buildings8.2 Pre-engineered Buildings8.3 Bay Windows9. Investment in Housing Sector9.1 FDI Inflows9.2 Private Equity Investment10. Housing Finance11. What the Indian Consumer Wants?12. Builder's Perspective13. Senior Housing: An Old Challenge14. Industry Roadblocks14.1 Increasing Cost of Construction14.2 Legal and Regulatory Limitations14.3 Manpower Constraints14.4 Declining FDI Turning the Face of Indian Housing Sector15. Competitive Landscape15.1 DLF Limited15.1.1 Business Description15.1.2 Strategic Analysis15.1.3 Strategic Initiatives15.2 Unitech15.2.1 Business Description15.2.2 Strategic Analysis15.2.3 Strategic Initiatives15.3 Omaxe Limited15.3.1 Business Description15.3.2 Strategic Analysis15.3.3 Strategic Initiatives15.4 Tata Housing15.4.1 Business Description15.4.2 Strategic Analysis15.4.3 Strategic Initiatives15.5 Puravankara15.5.1 Business Description15.5.2 Strategic Analysis15.5.3 Strategic Initiatives15.6 Emaar MGF Land Limited15.6.1 Business Description15.6.2 Strategic Analysis15.6.3 Strategic Initiatives15.7 Ansal Housing15.7.1 Business Description15.7.2 Strategic Analysis15.7.3 Strategic Initiatives15.8 Sobha Developers15.8.1 Business Description15.8.2 Strategic Analysis15.8.3 Strategic Initiatives
List of Figures:
Figure 3-1: Urban Population (Million), 2010-2014Figure 3-2: Average Family Size per Household (1990, 1995 & 2011)Figure 3-3: Total Household Income (Billion US$), 2010-2014Figure 3-4: Number of Affluent Class Households (Million), 2010-2014Figure 4-1: Share of Housing Sector in Real Estate Industry (2005 & 2010)Figure 4-2: Housing Market Potential (Trillion INR), 2012-2014Figure 4-3: Household by Number of Rooms (%), 2001 & 2011Figure 4-4: Share of Owned and Hired Houses in Urban and Rural Region (2011)Figure 5-1: Housing Demand Potential (Million Units), 2012-2014Figure 5-2: Housing Unit Sales Potential in Volume by Segment (%), 2012-2014Figure 5-3: Housing Unit Sales Potential in Value by Segment (%), 2012-2014Figure 5-4: Affordable Housing Demand Potential (Million Units), 2012-2014Figure 5-5: Affordable Housing Market Potential (Trillion INR), 2012-2014Figure 5-6: HIG Housing Demand Potential ('000 Units), 2012-2014Figure 5-7: HIG Housing Market Potential (Trillion INR), 2012-2014Figure 5-8: Luxury Housing Demand Potential ('000 Units), 2012-2014Figure 5-9: Luxury Housing Market Potential (Trillion INR), 2012-2014Figure 6-1: Mumbai - Housing Supply (Units), 2009-2011Figure 6-2: Mumbai - Distribution of Housing Supply by Location (%), 2009 to 2011Figure 6-3: Delhi NCR - Housing Supply (Units), 2009-2011Figure 6-4: Delhi NCR - Distribution of Housing Supply by Location (%), 2009 to 2011Figure 6-5: Chennai - Housing Supply (Units), 2009-2011Figure 6-6: Chennai - Distribution of Housing Supply by Location (%), 2009 to 2011Figure 6-7: Kolkata - Housing Supply (Units), 2009-2011Figure 6-8: Kolkata - Distribution of Housing Supply by Location (%), 2009 to 2011Figure 7-1: Faucet Market (Billion INR), 2009-10 to 2013-14Figure 7-2: Share of Domestic & Foreign Players in Faucet Market (2010-11)Figure 7-3: Tiles Market (Billion INR), 2009-10 to 2013-14Figure 7-4: Tiles Market by Type (%), 2010-11Figure 7-5: Electrical Switch Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 7-6: Cement Consumption (Million Metric Tons), 2009-10 to 2013-14Figure 7-7: Finished Steel Consumption (Million Metric Tons), 2009-10 to 2013-14Figure 7-8: Paint Industry (Billion INR), 2009-10 to 2013-14Figure 7-9: Paint Industry by Segment (%), 2010-11Figure 7-10: Bathroom Fittings Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 7-11: Furniture and Furnishing Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 7-12: Share of Residential and Commercial Segment in Furniture Market (2010)Figure 7-13: Share of Organized and Un-organized Sector in Furniture Market (2010)Figure 7-14: Organized Wooden Flooring Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 7-15: Laminate Flooring Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 7-16: Modular Kitchen Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014Figure 8-1: Pre-engineered Buildings Industry (Billion US$), 2012-2014Figure 9-1: FDI Inflows in Real Estate and Housing Sector (Billion INR), 2009-10 to 2011-12Figure 9-2: Private Equity Investment in Real Estate and Infrastructure Management Sector (Million US$), 2009-2011Figure 11-1: Factors Influencing Customer Choice of Residential Project (%)Figure 12-1: Share of Factors Important to Builders for Selecting Raw MaterialsFigure 13-1: Senior Citizen Population (Million), 2009-2014
List of Tables:
Table 4-1: Number of Occupied Residential Houses in Urban and Rural Region by State (2011)Table 4-2: Share of Owned and Hired Houses by State (2011)Table 5-1: Delhi/NCR - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 5-2: Mumbai - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 5-3: Chennai - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 5-4: Bengaluru - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 5-5: Kolkata - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 5-6: Pune - Newly Launched Luxury Housing Projects (Q4 2011 & Q1 2012)Table 10-1: Housing Credit Outstanding by HFC & SCBs (Billion INR), 2007-08 to 2010-11Table 13-1: Senior Living Demand Distribution of Urban Households by Tier CitiesTable 13-2: Senior Living Demand Distribution of Urban Households by RegionTable 14-1: Demand and Supply of Core Professionals ('000), 2012, 2015 & 2020To order this report:Real Estate Industry: Booming Housing Sector in India
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