Housing sales bookings of top 9 listed realty firms up 2% at nearly Rs 5,800 cr in Q3; new launches halve in April-December period
The first three quarters of fiscal 2020 indicate that the overall sales bookings of the top 9 developers was close to Rs 16,500 crore as against Rs 15,730 crore during the corresponding period of the previous year.
DLF to invest Rs 5,000 cr in new commercial project in Chennai; company eyes to expand rent-yielding property portfolio
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi Palaniswami laid the foundation stone of 'DLF Downtown' at Taramani in Chennai.
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NMDC has suffered because of the steel industry entering a downward cycle and uncertainty over renewal over its mines in Karnataka.
Lodha Developers' MP Lodha and family has been named India's richest real estate entrepreneur with a wealth of Rs 31,960 crore, followed by DLF's Vice Chairman Rajiv Singh and Embassy group founder Jitendra Virwani in the second and third position respectively, according to a report
MSCI, the world's biggest index compiler, has added eight Indian stocks including HDFC Asset Management, Info Edge (India) and Indraprastha Gas Ltd to its India Index, while removing Vodafone Idea, Yes Bank and four others that have seen significant market capitalisation erosion this year
Realty stocks jump up to 8.2% on Rs 25,000-cr fund booster to complete 1,600 stalled housing projects
Realty stocks closed up to 8.2 percent higher on Thursday after the government approved a Rs 25,000 crore fund for 1,600 stalled housing projects, which is expected to jumpstart consumption and give a boost to real estate and allied sectors
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The corporate tax cut was hailed as a big game-changer for Indian companies.
DLF sells 376 completed flats worth Rs 700 cr in Gurugram housing project; says real sector facing demand slowdown
According to an investor's presentation, DLF's net sales bookings stood at Rs 705 crore in the June quarter
DLF holds a 67 percent stake in DCCDL, while Singapore's sovereign wealth fund GIC holds 33 percent
Realty major DLF has sold a 9 acre land parcel in New Gurugram to American Express for about Rs 300 crore in one of the costliest land deals in this area, sources said
DLF said in a statement that promoters infused the last tranche of funds amounting to Rs 2,250 crore into the company in the last quarter.
DLF transfers Rs 330 cr land to joint venture with Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC for settlement of dues
Realty major DLF has transferred a three-acre land worth Rs 330 crore in Gurugram to its joint venture with Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and is in process to hand over a Noida shopping mall to settle dues
According to an investors presentation, DLF's net debt has come down "from Rs 7,224 crore in Q3 of FY19 to Rs 4,483 crore in Q4 of FY19".
Singapore government on Monday sold 6.8 crore shares of realty giant DLF for Rs 1,298 crore through open market transaction, with its stock price tumbling sharply by over 8 percent
DLF raises Rs 3,173 cr by selling shares to institutional investors through QIP offer; company to prepay debt
Realty major DLF Friday said it has raised Rs 3,173 crore by selling shares to institutional investors through its QIP offer
DLF launched its qualified institutional placement (QIP) offering up to 17.3 crore shares to investors
The stock gained 3.80 percent to close at Rs 196.60 on the BSE. During the day, it jumped 8.23 percent to Rs 205.
DLF launches QIP to raise over Rs 3,000 cr with an aim to become debt-free company; shares down 3.49%
According to a regulatory filing, DLF has launched its QIP on Monday and the floor price has been fixed at Rs 193.01 per equity share.
DLF had last year announced plans to issue up to 17.3 crore shares through qualified institutional placement (QIP) to raise funds and pre-pay loans
DLF's sales bookings to jump over two-fold to Rs 2,400 cr this fiscal on rising demand of completed housing units
DLF, the country's largest realty firm in terms of market capitalisation, also expects to sell its finished housing inventories worth Rs 12,500 crore in the next 3-5 years