RNCOS report "Opportunities in Indian Housing Sector (2006-2007)" provides extensive research and objective analysis on the growing housing industry in India, its components and supporting financing structure. This report helps clients to analyze the leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of Housing Industry in India. Detailed data and analysis helps investors, financial service providers, and global banking players navigate the evolving market of houses in India.
Key Issues and Facts Analyzed
- What are the factors, which help in the growth of the Housing Industry in India?
- Which states in India will have the highest demands for the houses by the year 2010?
- What could be the reasons behind slower growth of housing sector in India?
- What is the market size of different components used in making a house?
- How is the housing industry promoted and supported by housing finance companies
- How much share does India have in Asia’s Real estate industry?
- Though the growth of overall housing industry during the year 2001-2005 is estimated at about 5% but then it is projected that the industry will grow at about 7% during the period 2006-2010.
- It is estimated that the demand for houses will be more in states like Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, and West Bengal.
- There will be more demand for houses in urban areas than in rural areas because of lower household size in urban region.
Key Components Analyzed
This section analyzes key components of housing like Cement, Ceramics and HAVC market, supported by the facts like revenue and market share. Variation in the use of different materials in roof, wall and floor is also discussed.
This section provides an overview of key players in this industry like Ansal Properties and Infrastructure Ltd, Appaswamy Real Estate, DLF Universal Ltd, Hiranandani Developers Pvt. Ltd., K Raheja Group, Kalpataru Constructions, Merlin Group, Omaxe Constructions, and Rungta Group.
Research Methodology Used
Information has been accumulated from diverse sources, such as books, newspapers, trade journals, white papers, industry portals, government agencies, trade associations, industry news and developments, and through access to more than 3000 paid databases.
The analysis methods include the following: Ratio Analysis, Historical Trend Analysis, Linear Regression Analysis using software tools, Judgmental Forecasting and Cause and Effect Analysis.