Monday, March 10, 2014

Was 2013 really bad for real estate sector in India? Yes, there is data to prove that!

Author: Sachin Gupta | Find me on Twitter

There were indicators, there were informal chat with property brokers, there were unsold supply of housing inventory lying with the developers, and now there is concrete data to prove that “YES” real estate prices across the country didn't produce yields which one has associated with property sector in India.

Compared with housing prices appreciation in Jan-Dec 2012, the price appreciation remained substantially low in Jan-Dec 2013 period. In fact, certain cities such as Kochi, Jaipur, Bhopal, Kolkata, Delhi, Ludhiana, Vijaywada, Indore, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, and Meerut registered housing price depreciation over the year 2013. Housing prices in Mumbai remained stagnant with no appreciation or depreciation in 2013. Cities such as Chennai, Pune, Surat, and Nagpur registered price appreciation in excess of 6% in 2013.



However, within cities, there were micro markets which fared better when compared with the overall price appreciation in the city.

Micro market price appreciation in 2013 in major cities across India:

Delhi with NCR: Housing Prices in Micro markets such as Yamuna Vihar, Inderpuri & Rohini, Vasant Kunj, Punjabi Bagh & Shalimar Extension depreciated sharply in 2013. Whereas prices in Govind Puri, Raghubir Nagar, Tri Nagar, Dilshad Garden, Karampura, Nirankari Colony, Pandav Nagar, Dakshinpuri, Hari Nagar, Jahangir Puri, Jhilmil Colony, Sangam Vihar, Mangol Puri, Ghazipur Dairy, Khyala(I-III), Sriniwas Puri, Sultan Puri appreciated handsomely.

Bangalore: Housing prices in most micro markets of Bangalore remained stagnant for the year 2013 with marginal appreciation in Jaya Nagar, Rajaji Nagar, Koramangala, Air Port Road, Basveshwar Nagar, Malleshwaram, J P Nagar, Banashankari, R.T Nagar, and Vijay Nagar.

Chennai: Housing prices in Chennai’s micro markets such as Tondiarpet; Narayanappa Garden, Perambur; Choolai; Edapalayam, Virugambakkam; Anna Nagar; Kilpauk; Nungambakkam, Mylapore; Adyar; Velachery; Thriuvanmiyur appreciated in 2013. Whereas micro markets such as Ayanavaram; Purasawalkam; Kolathur, Ashok Nagar; Thyagaraya Nagar; Saligramam, Kodambakkam; Guindy; Chromepet witnessed a downward trend in 2013.

Mumbai: Kurla East, Tungwa/ Chadivali, Chembur, Malad, Borivali/ Kandivali, Dahisar, Goregaon, Bhandup, Mulund, and Mira Road are some of the micro markets of Mumbai where housing prices actually appreciated in 2013. However, prices in Cuffe Parade, Malabar Hill, Bandra West, Andheri East, Oshivara, Vashi, Khar Garh Road, Pokaran Road 1 & 2, Virar, Nala Sopara, Badlapur fell in 2013.

Hyderabad: Housing prices in Kanchanbagh, Begumbazaar, Rajendra Nagar, Qutubullapur, Alwal, Malkajgiri, Begumpet, Marredpally, Tarnaka, Mehdipatnam, Abids, Kachiguda, Narayanguda, Himayathnagar, Tolichowki, Khairatabad(West), Panjagutta, Ameerpet, Srinagar Colony, Somajiguda, Jubilee Hills increased slightly in 2013. While micro markets such as Shamshabad, Kapra, Uppal Kalan, L.B.Nagar witnessed significant price fall.

Pune: Micro markets such as Kharadi, Parvati; Bibvewadi; Dhankawadi; Katraj; Hadapsari; Ghorpadi; Kondwa Khudra; Wanowarie; Undari; Kodwa, Hinjewadi; Thergaon; Chinchwad; Baner; Yerwada; Wakad; Pimple Saudagar; Chakan saw price appreciation in 2013. Whereas Erandawana; Aundh; Pashar; Kothrud; Bopadi; Vadgoaon Bhudruk witnessed price fall in 2013.

Kolkata: Bhawanipur, Jadavpur, Rajpur Sonarpur witnessed significant housing prices appreciation in 2013. While Jodhpur Park, Dhakuria, Santoshpur, EM Byepass, Behala, Madhyam Gram, Rajarhat witnessed price fall in 2013.

Appendix:

Housing Price trends across Indian cities till December 2013.


Data Source:
National Housing Bank



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