Current status of Infrastructure in Urban Indian leaves much to be desired because present availability of housing, in particular, is a key stress point, about 80 million households in India are estimated to be living in slums (KPMG, 2015), looking for an affordable housing and as Indian middle class has started expanding, the demand for affordable housing is likely to increase even further. According to a report, maximum potential is believed to be in the rich Tier 1 cities that have a considerable mass of urban poor, and in lower-income Tier 4 cities. In the following report we will analyse the current Robust demand coupled with inadequate supply that is shaping an environment full of opportunities for the Affordable housing in India.
Affordable Housing in India- an Analysis
“The report is based on analysis, by applying famous study methods on the articles, journals, reports, and other basic information provided by trustworthy & government online sources that are available on Internet. The study have tried to investigate the scope for Affordable housing objectives, challenges, future growth prospects, and available opportunities in INDIA”
A copy of free presentation would also be provided with the in-deph analysis report