Reportlinker Adds Indian Housing Sector Analysis

Jun 10, 2010, 11:36 ET from Reportlinker

NEW YORK, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Indian Housing Sector Analysis

India is blessed with one of the fastest growing real estate markets in the world. It is not only attracting domestic real estate developers but also the foreign investors; particularly, the NRI investments in India have a bulk of their share in the Indian housing market. The housing construction industry is poised for double-digit growth in the backdrop of large population base, rising income level and rapid urbanization in search of employment. Moreover, the housing construction industry is expected to overtake other industrial sectors in terms of contribution to GDP growth in the next few years.

Presently, the affordable housing, basically targeted at economically weaker class and low income groups, constitutes the majority of the Indian housing industry, both terms of value and volume. However, medium and luxury housing is expected to witness significant growth in coming years as this market segment is comparatively very small and has huge potential for further developments. As far as super luxury housing segment is concerned, latest industry trends and developments are skewed towards the segment. MNCs have again began hiring expat employees who are provided with the luxury housing benefits. Additionally, high net worth NRIs are also propelling demand for luxury housing in the country. Both these factors are expected to sustain the growth of luxury housing segment in long run.

RNCOS report "Indian Housing Sector Analysis" provides exhaustive information and objective analysis on the growing housing industry in India, its components and supporting financing structure. The report also discusses the market structure, current and past market performance and factors critical to the success of the housing industry in India. Detailed data and rational analysis help investors, financial service providers and global banking players to navigate through the latest trends in the Indian housing industry.

The forecast given in the report is based on the correlation between past market growth and growth in base drivers, such as household size, disposable personal income, GDP growth, long-term interest rates, competitive structure, government support, contribution by housing finance industry and growing industrialization.

1. Analyst View

2. Research Overview

3. Market Attractions

4. Residential Real Estate Industry Outlook to 2013

4.1 Overview

4.2 Market Structure

4.2.1 Housing Units

4.2.2 Number of Rooms

4.2.3 Flat and Independent Houses

4.2.4 Type of Ownership

5. Housing Demand Analysis

5.1 Affordable Housing

5.1.1 Current Demand Potentials

5.1.2 Latest Developments

5.2 Medium Housing

5.3 Luxury Housing

5.3.1 Current Demand Potentials

5.3.2 Latest Developments

5.3.3 City Level Analysis

6. Housing Deficit

6.1 By States

7. Housing Finance

7.1 Home Loan Demand

7.2 Mortgage Rates

8. Industry Verticals

8.1 Faucets

8.2 Construction Material

9. Commercial Real Estate: Hotel Industry

10. Competitor Analysis

10.1 DLF Limited

10.2 Omaxe Limited

10.3 Ansal Properties & Infrastructure

10.4 Parsvnath Developers Ltd.

List of Figures:

Figure 3-1: Real GDP Growth (%), 2004-05 to 2009-10

Figure 3-2: Population (Billion), 2007-2013

Figure 3-3: Middle Class Population (Million), 2007 & 2025

Figure 4-1: Housing Market (Billion US$), 2005-2009

Figure 4-2: Forecast for Housing Market (Billion US$), 2010-2013

Figure 4-3: Share of Housing Sector in Real Estate Industry (2005 & 2008)

Figure 4-4: Housing Sector Contribution to GDP (%), 2008 & 2013

Figure 4-5: Household by Number of Rooms (%), 2001 & 2008

Figure 4-6: Forecast for Household Demand by Number of Rooms (%), 2013

Figure 4-7: Share of Flat and Independent Houses in Rural Region (2003 & 2008)

Figure 4-8: Share of Flat and Independent Houses in Urban Region (2003 & 2008)

Figure 4-9: Share of Owned and Hired Houses in Urban and Rural Region (2004)

Figure 5-1: Forecast for Housing Demand (Million Units), 2010-2013

Figure 5-2: Forecast for Housing Unit Sales in Volume by Segment (%), 2010-2013

Figure 5-3: Forecast for Housing Unit Sales in Value by Segment (%), 2010-2013

Figure 5-4: Forecast for Affordable Housing Demand ('000 Units), 2010-2013

Figure 5-5: Forecast for Affordable Housing Sales (Billion US$), 2010-2013

Figure 5-6: Forecast for Medium Housing Demand ('000 Units), 2010-2013

Figure 5-7: Forecast for Medium Housing Sales (Billion US$), 2010-2013

Figure 5-8: Forecast for Luxury Housing Demand ('000 Units), 2010-2013

Figure 5-9: Forecast for Luxury Housing Sales (Billion US$), 2010-2013

Figure 6-1: Urban Housing Stock (Million Units), 2007 & 2012

Figure 6-2: Urban Housing Shortage (Million Units), 2007 & 2012

Figure 7-1: Home Loan Portfolio of Scheduled Commercial Banks (Trillion Rs), 2004-05 to 2007-08

Figure 7-2: Forecast for Key Interest Rates (%), 2010-2013

Figure 8-1: Faucet Market (Million US$), 2009 & 2010

Figure 8-2: Share of Organized and Unorganized Faucet Market (2009)

Figure 8-3: Tiles Industry Revenue (Billion Rs), 2006-07 to 2012-13

Figure 8-4: Electrical Switch Market (Billion Rs), 2007-2011

Figure 9-1: Planned Construction of Hotel Rooms (Numbers), 2007-08 & 2008-09

List of Tables:

Table 4-1: Number of Occupied Residential Houses in Urban and Rural Region by State (2001)

Table 4-2: Share of Flat and Independent Houses in Urban and Rural Region by State

Table 4-3: Share of Owned and Hired Houses in Urban and Rural Region by State

Table 5-1: House Demand Estimation for Tier I, II and III Cities by Low and Mid Income Class (FY 2010)

Table 5-2: House Demand Estimation for Tier I, II and III Cities by Luxury Class (FY 2010)

Table 6-1: Urban Housing Shortage by State (Million Units), 2007

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