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Market Indicators
Relative to prior period

Market Q3

Market Q4

Market Q1 Market Q2


This quarter Chennai residential market remained active

with demand coming from both end users and investors.
The demand was primarily for projects nearing
completion or ready to move in properties located in
micro-markets like Velachery and Medavakkam stretch
which have future growth potential due to low land prices
and developers offering project amenities in affordable
prices as compared to projects located along OMR belt.
Due to change in state environment assessment
clearance norm for under-construction projects many
projects were on hold. Earlier the certificate can be
obtained before the project completion but now it is
mandatory to obtain the environment clearance certificate
before the project launch. Due to this fewer prime
projects were completed this quarter such as Amara
Akasha by Amara homes at Perungudi, DLF
Commanders Court by DLF Ltd. at Egmore and
Appaswamy Mandarina by Appaswamy at
Kotturpuram. These projects were priced in the range of
INR 10,500 18,000 per sq ft in secondary market.
In premium segment new launches were in the price
range of NR 11,500 21,000 per sq ft. Projects launched
in this segment include Purva Evoq by Purvankara
Group at Guindy, Presidency by VGN Developers at

Market Trends




Nungambakkam. Besides these several projects were

laucnhed in the price range of INR 3,100 6,750 per sq
ft including; Skanda by Navin Housing at Chromepet,
Harmony Victoria by Harmony Group at Potheri and
Emami Tejomaya by Emami Realty at Navallur.

Average Capital Value Trends

Average capital values in 1Q 2015 were largely remained

stable across all the micro market, except
Nungambakkam and Adyar where rents decline each by
9% QoQ and T Nagar where rents rose by 10% QoQ.
In a major land transaction Puravankara Group entered
into a partnership with a private equity group to acquire
around 31.69 acres in Poonamallee with a development
potential of 3.3 million sq ft. The land will be used to
develop a affordable housing project under the brand
'Provident' in three phases. The project is expected to be
launched with all statutory approvals by the end of this
financial year with a target of completion within 60

Source: Colliers International India Research

Average Rental Values

Colliers View
Chennais residential real estate is expected to see rise
in demand from both investors and end users in 2015.
Development of grid road along Outer Ring Road and
other infrastructure initiatives such as metro system and
rail over bridges will improve connectivity within various
part of the city and will drive residential demand in
peripheral areas. Overall capital and rental value are
expected to see marginal appreciation in next three
quarters but rents will remain stable.

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Residential Services | Chennai

Residential Services| India

Source: Colliers International India Research

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