The Real Estate See-Saw: Demand Vs. Supply
What should the government focus on and Where are the buyers?
The $120 billion real estate sector in India, which provides employment to 52 million people, has been seeing a prolonged crisis, in funding, buying development and construction of projects.
The entire ecosystem needs a cleanse, and time is of essence. The entire business of real estate is to value time. The consumers are in the business of ‘owning/living’ in the properties, the constructors are in the business of developing homes, the developers are in the business of selling them, and the creditors are in the business of lending. So, if every fragment of the ecosystem does the job properly then definitely there is a scope for upstream. What are the gaps? Why are the buyers not buying the projects? What will woo them back? What can developers do to get the sales registers ticking again? Why are financiers not investing in the underdeveloped projects? Where is the money going to come from? What should the government really focus on? Is a deep cleansing required in the real estate market today?
Join the members of GRI Club in animated conversation on the hottest concern of the industry: What should the government focus on and What is really stopping the buyers?
5:00 pm to 5:30 pm | Registration
5:30 pm to 6:30 pm | Discussion
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm | Farewell cocktails and networking
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