Why Neo Square, the best property for Investment?


Neo Developers presents you all Neo Square, a commercial project that speaks of quality with outstanding features. If you’re looking to invest in a property that comes with world-class attributes without intervening the nature then Neo Square is the one you should opt.  Neo square is a true example of modern day development. It is a beautifully designed commercial space depicting a real gem of a project for investment purpose under commercial segments. It is located in a spectacular location of Dwarka Expressway, Sector 109, Gurgaon. So you not only get to experience a world-class environment but also provide easy connectivity to major attraction of the city.

Neo Square offers a wide range of commercial spaces that ranges from 250 sq.ft. as far as the present state is concerned. It is one of a kind commercial space that comprises of retail, office space, food court and spectacular amenities. With Neo Square, you got to experience a whole new perspective of both leisure and business at the same location. The wonderful and spacious commercial development takes you all to a world where you either enjoy delicious food in a rooftop lounge or can peacefully carry a business meeting. In short, it is a rare location in the commercial district of Dwarka Expressway where one can experience a true example of modern day development.

Let’s have a close look at each section that Neo Square offers to its customers.

Office Space

The office space at Neo Square is a true example of the finest working environment at the finest location in the city. The modern day design perfectly blends with the working culture which gives an ideal space for an efficient work environment. The whole design speaks of a smart workspace that will definitely give a boost to your creativity. More than all that it is a Vastu compliant east facing building to ensure the progress of your business


Neo Square offers a world-class retail section that none can resist.  Get ready to amaze yourself by the range of luxury brands that Neo Square has to offer. It offers a one-stop collection of multilevel conditioned mall and Hypermarket inside the same roof. One thing that we regret here, you might blame us after you check the amount you spend on shopping as you wouldn’t be able to resist the plethora of brands that you get under the roof of Neo Square retail space.


The multiplex section inside Neo Square is a state of the art which consist of Gold Class 8 screen Multiplex and 2 insignia. It is designed in such a way that it will take your entertainment portion of your life to a whole new level. The comfy seats and generous leg space makes the movie time a great time.

Food Court

The food court section is always a major attraction of any commercial property. This is why Neo square has a dedicated space for food court and restaurant above the retail space and below the office space. The section consists of a top-class rooftop sky lounges and open-air cafes with round the clock Wi-Fi access. However, what makes food court inside Neo Square the best place to enjoy your cuisine is the uninterrupted 360-degree views.


Easy and quick Connectivity

We all know how quickly Gurgaon has turned out to be a massive commercial capital of Delhi/NCR region. With Neo Square in the region, it will hugely benefit the local resident in the near future.  However, what makes Neo Square significantly special among the several commercial spaces out there is the easy connectivity to the major places of the town. Dwarka Expressway, which is also called as Northern Peripheral Road of India is direct connectivity between Gurgaon and Dwarka via National Highway 8.

For future perspective, it will hugely benefit the local resident as the highway passes through Pataudi Road which is a hub of residential projects. Other than that it comes with quick connectivity to Metro, cybercity, and airport in simply a few minutes. Also, it offers smooth and convenient access to nearby highways like UER-1 and UER-2.

Neo Square got everything that an investor wants in a commercial project, a modern design, an ideal space, easy connectivity, smooth entries and what not.  So don’t delay anymore and invest in the Golden commercial project of Neo square.
























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Why private equity still votes for commercial real estate?

Why private equity still votes for commercial real estate

Commercial segment saw a total PE inflow of nearly USD 2.8 bn in 2018, up from USD 2.20 bn in 2017  



If the prolonged slowdown in the residential was not bad enough to begin with, major policy overhauls over the last five years – DeMo, RERA, GST, amendments in the Benami Transactions Act etc. – literally paralysed the residential segment.

While any policy change brings with it some amount of teething pains, the residential segment took a prolonged hit because it had attracted the bulk of black money in the sector. Commercial real estate was far less affected, if at all.

Residential was also far less organized than the commercial office segment. Largely driven by IT/ITeS and BFSI sectors, the commercial real estate segment has been quite transparent and predictable – the primary criteria for foreign investors’ confidence.


Various Government-driven policies including ease of doing business in India are attracting both Indian and global companies, squarely benefiting commercial real estate.

Big-bang boosters like the start-up revolution and the Make in India and Smart Cities missions have created a very lucrative environment for businesses to work and expand in India.

The demand for high-quality office spaces in India has never been higher. The residential sector, on the other hand, continues to struggle with problems that the commercial segment does not share.

Moreover, high-quality office space developers largely deal with prosperous multi-nationals who, apart from having deep pockets, have zero tolerance for opacity. They are also very exacting in their requirements, which naturally leads to the highest-possible product quality.

Residential developers are engaged in a B2C business largely defined by customers looking for the lowest possible prices. While reputed developers do ensure product quality regardless of their customers’ budget bandwidth, the bulk of Indian builders cut corners wherever possible to keep their projects affordable.

Another advantage that the commercial property sector enjoys is that office properties are primarily leased out rather than sold, which leaves far less scope for dodgy activities. The residential sector is primarily driven by sales. Compared to the lease yields for office spaces at 12-14% per annum, rental yields for housing are negligible 2.5-3.5% per annum in a bestcase scenario.

The funding crunch that has crippled the residential sector has not seriously impacted the office sector.

In fact, India’s first REIT listing and those to follow have opened up massive potential for increased liquidity infusions into Indian office spaces. Commercial real estate also remains largely unaffected by the dynamics that affect the residential segment, such as interest rate fluctuation, income tax breaks and even election sentiment.

While residential developers have had to curtail their supply pipeline to avoid exacerbating the already massive unsold housing inventory situation, REITs and the rapidly decreasing vacancy levels in Grade A office projects have prompted commercial real estate developers to increase their supply pipeline.

In the face of all this evidence, the commercial versus residential equation would appear to be a no-brainer. However, as in most matters related to real estate, it is not as simple as that. In many ways, it like trying to compare apples and oranges using the same yardstick.


Commercial real estate is driven by leasing because this is a far more beneficial model for developers than selling them. High rental yields do not imply high sale value, because the demand for leased office spaces is much higher than for outright ownership of the same properties.

If a commercial space developer opts for outright sale, his top-line increases immediately. By leasing out the project instead, he can look forward to a very attractive bottom-line because of steadily increasing rental yields over the years.

Also, with REITs now a reality, developers can follow a predictable exit mechanism once the project is ready and operational, providing maximum returns on investment.

As per ANAROCK data, office rentals remained steady in 2018, with a marginal rise of 3% over the previous year. More importantly, however, the average vacancy levels reduced from 15.4% in 2016 to nearly 14.47% in 2018. Not surprisingly, vacancy was the least in Bangalore with mere 3.4% in 2018.

2019 will continue to see commercial real estate supply gain momentum on the back of vastly increased interest from PE players who are actively pumping in funds into this segment. As per ANAROCK data, the commercial segment saw a total PE inflow of nearly USD 2.8 bn in 2018, up from USD 2.20 bn in 2017.

In fact, if we analyse PE trends over the last few years, the commercial segment saw total PE inflows of nearly USD 7.4 bn between 2015 and 2018. In the same period, the residential sector drew just USD 2.9 bn. This clearly reflects the interest of PE players – both global and domestic.

The major differences between commercial and residential real estate in terms of performance – and indeed as investment asset classes – are quite apparent. Certainly, private equity investors are quite certain of which segment they are more comfortable with in the current Indian market scenario.

Will residential regain its numero uno position on the Indian real estate bestseller list in the future? If it does, there is certainly a long way to go before it happens. More so, it cannot happen on the basis of end-user sales alone – it can only happen if and when investors, both individual and institutional, become sufficiently interested in the Indian housing story once again. The author is Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants

Source :- https://www.pressreader.com/india/hindustan-times-jalandhar/20190427/282510069980676

Singapore is betting big on India’s property market — but it’s part of a larger international trend

The Indian real estate sector has seen a lot of international investments over the past few years – many of which seems to have come from one source: Singapore.

In fact, out of the $14 billion worth of private equity investments that have been pumped into India’s realty sector between 2015 and 2018, nearly a third of that total has come from entities based in Singapore, according to ANAROCK, a property consulting firm.

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The investments, which have come from private equity firms like the state-backed GIC, Ascendas, and Xander, have been gradually rising. While they put in a total of $1.15 billion in 2015 and 2016, the amount tripled to $3.5 billion in 2017 and 2018.

And they’re not just focused on commercial properties. They are also investing in logistics, factories, and warehousing, as per ANAROCK’s report, “Private Equity in Indian Real Estate.”

A big deal came at the end of 2017, when GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, took a 33% stake in DLF, an Indian realty major, in a ₹90 billion deal.

The investments from Singapore comes at an opportune time for Indian property developers. As the IL&FS crisis led to a liquidity crunch in the housing finance sector, property developers have been relying more on private equity as a source of funding.

But why are these Singaporean firms so interested in India?

Shobit Agarwal, the CEO of ANAROCK, thinks the answer is pretty straightforward. “Apart from the increased ease of doing business, the launch of REITs and the considerable thrust on infrastructure development, such funds see the indubitable growth potential in India today,” says Agarwal. Besides, their historic familiarity with India doesn’t hurt either, he adds.

Hence, a more conducive regulatory environment works in India’s favor.

However, it would be a mistake to think that investors in Singapore are specifically focussed on India. Their interest in India dovetails with a larger trend of the expansion of Singapore’s private equity majors into global property markets.

As Chinese investors have retreated from global property markets amid capital controls at home, Singapore’s private equity firms are filling the gap, writes Nicholas Spiro for the South China Morning Post.

In fact, as Chinese outbound real estate investments fell by 84% to less than $5 billion last year, Singaporean firms spent nearly $25 billion on international property investments – 40% of which were in Asia- according to Real Capital Analytics.

Interestingly, Singaporean firms are looking abroad for property investment opportunities amid a dearth of investable assets and compressed yields at home.

“Singapore is the largest source of Asian capital in global real estate investments in 2018 and this is driven by limited opportunities and compressed yields in the domestic market,” says Yvonne Siew, an executive director at CBRE, a commercial real estate investor.





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