Delhi, Delhi India (PressExposure) April 07, 2009 -- RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, âIndian Housing Sector Analysisâ to its report gallery. The real estate industry in India has grown on the back of fast developing housing segment. In fact, it is the most dynamic segment of the real estate industry compared to commercial and other property development segments. With the entry of corporate houses like DLF, Parsvnath and Omaxe, easy finance options from financial institutions and government support, the housing industry in India has rapidly grown over the past few years.
The housing construction industry is poised for tremendous growth in coming years in the backdrop of large population base, rising income level, increasing demand for housing units, fast changing rural housing landscape. In addition, the housing construction industry is expected to overtake other industrial sectors in terms of contribution to GDP growth in the next few years. Although the Indian housing industry will see slowdown in 2009 due to after effects of global financial crisis, it is anticipated to attain earlier growth trajectory by the end of 2010 on account of precautionary measures.
RNCOS report âIndian Housing Sector Analysisâ 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 housing industry in India. Detailed data and rational analysis helps 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 not based on a complex economic model, but is intended as a rough guide to the direction in which the market is likely to move. The forecast 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 financing industry and growing industrialization.
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