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.
DLF owed Rs 8,700 crore to DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL) as on December 31, 2018.
New Delhi: Realty major DLF has transferred a three acre land worth ₹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.
DLF owed ₹8,700 crore to DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL) as on 31 December, 2018.
DLF’s net sales bookings stood at `650 crore in Q4 – ahead of expectation for `600 crore. The mManagement guided for conservative 10% growth in pre-sales in FY20 mainly due to subdued NCR market and very low inventory in Crest project which contributed significantly to sales in FY19. Management guided for exit rentals of `37.5-40 bn at DCCDL (`27 bn currently), driven by addition of `4.5 bn of rentals from commencement of Cyberpark and Rs 4.25 bn of rentals from transfer of assets from DLF.
Realty major DLF said it has transferred shopping mall in Noida, Uttar Pradesh, to its subsidiary firm for Rs 2,950 crore, as part of efforts to settle dues of its joint venture firm with GIC.
DLF has to pay Rs 8,700 crore to the DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd (DCCDL), which is a joint venture firm of DLF and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC. It wants to settle these dues by September this year through transfer of rental assets and land parcels.
GIC, Singapore government's sovereign wealth fund, on Monday sold 70 million shares of the country's largest real estate developer, DLF, in a block deal for around Rs 1,344 crore.
The shares have been bought by existing investors who had pumped in Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP) programme at Rs 192. After the block deal broke, DLF share prices cracked by almost 8.4 per cent to close at Rs 184.60.
Shares of real estate companies were trading higher for the second straight day on Wednesday with Godrej Properties hitting an all-time high, while DLF was quoting near its 52-week high on the National Stock Exchange (NSE).
At 10:43 am, the Nifty Realty index was the largest gainer among sectoral indices and was up 1.8 per cent, extending its previous day's 2 per cent gain on the NSE. In the past month, the realty index has surged 21 per cent against 8 per cent rise in the benchmark Nifty 50 index.
Shares of DLF rallied by 7 per cent to Rs 202 in intra-day trade on the BSE on Tuesday after the real estate developer on Monday announced the launch of a Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP) programme to raise Rs 3,175 crore.
The stock was trading close to its 52-week high of Rs 226 touched on April 27, 2018 in intra-day trade.
The country’s largest real estate developer DLF on Tuesday announced its second joint venture with global realty investment, development and management firm Hines. They will work on a project with total value of Rs 7,000 crore.
DLF Home Developers (DHDL), a wholly owned subsidiary of DLF, and Green Horizon Trustee, an affiliate of Hines, have entered into a joint venture to develop a high-end commercial project in Gurugram, said the companies.
DLF’s operational performance continued to improve in Q3FY19 with new sales coming in at Rs 560 crore (Rs 630 crore in Q2FY19); the company also made positive operational cash flow (post-capex ex-dividend) for the second quarter running. Management continues to focus on liquidating Rs 12,300-crore inventory and scaling up the rental portfolio (DCCDL).
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