‘Indian realty growing big’

BANGALORE: The real estate industry is expected to reach US $180 billion by 2020, said analysts and industry experts at a seminar organised in the city. As part of the Management Develop

Published: 13th April 2012 03:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:29 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The real estate industry is expected to reach US $180 billion by 2020, said analysts and industry experts at a seminar organised in the city.

As part of the Management Development programme, the students of the Acharya Bangalore B School attended a three-day seminar on Real Estate Management that started on  Thursday.

Realtors and analysts from the field also attended the seminar to provide the students with future prospects and various professional options.

Presenting a paper on ‘Internet and Real Estate’, Business Head of 99Acres.com, Vineet Singh said, “As per reports by real estate intelligence firms, India is ranked as the fifth most attractive destination for future real estate investments in a list topped by China. The Indian real estate industry is expected to reach US $180 billion by 2020. This is a good platform to involve both academia and industry to facilitate dual growth and understanding. We get to know what the emerging new talent holds and they learn about the industry perspective.”

Industry experts from Brigade Group, Sobha Developers and other leading real estate organisations attended the event to train the students. “I’ve always had an interest in this industry as my family deals with real estate. But at this seminar I could ask a few basic questions and get industry relevant answers,” said Niharika Singh, a student.

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