DevCo has already achieved positive operational cash flow in Q2FY19 (ahead of earlier estimate of H2FY19) on lower interest outflow post-DCCDL transaction and improved sales momentum. As of Q2FY19, management has ready inventory worth Rs 129 bn (in line with its strategy to sell completed inventory). DLF has Rs 27 bn of receivables, Rs 21 bn of balance cost to complete the projects and inventory.
Realty major DLF's sales bookings in 2018-19 may be higher than the Rs 22.50 billion guidance provided by the company at the beginning of this fiscal, driven by better demand for its completed inventories.
The sales bookings are likely to jump over two-fold this fiscal as the company had sold flats worth Rs 10 billion only, during 2017-18, due to a six-month suspension of sales to comply with the new real estate law.
The turmoil in India’s credit markets, brought on by defaults at a major infrastructure financier, will benefit the nation’s largest developer, allowing it to sell homes while peers struggle to get money to finish their projects.
Gurugram-based DLF has adequate liquidity and access to capital to meet all of its obligations on time. It believes that it is well placed to grab opportunities, the company said Thursday at the release of its second-quarter results A unit of DLF and Hines have agreed to jointly develop a commercial project in Gurugram, near New Delhi.
DLF Cyber City Developers (DCCDL), the rental arm of leading real estate company DLF, will work on achieving mid-teen growth in Ebidta, company’s chairman KP Singh said in the annual report of 2017-18 financial year.
“The free cash flow generated from DCCDL annuity income shall be judiciously utilised for capital expenditure, deleveraging and increasing dividend flow to its shareholders,” Singh said.
Bengaluru: India’s most valuable real estate firm DLF Ltd is planning to return to Hyderabad and Chennai, stepping out of its home market of National Capital Region (NCR), to develop new office and residential projects, a top executive said. The move follows the company achieving break-even in operating cash flow in the June quarter. After nearly eight quarters of spending more than cash inflows, DLF expects to start generating free cash flows from the December quarter.
DLF Cybercity Developers (DCCDL), in a joint venture with Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC, is planning to double the size of its portfolio to almost 60-million square feet over the next decade, the company said while announcing its results for the June quarter.
India’s largest real estate firm reported a 56 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit to Rs 1.72 billion for the first quarter. Its net profit stood at Rs 1.1 billion in the year-ago period, the company said in its BSE filing.
DLF, the country’s largest real estate developer, recorded a consolidated net profit of Rs 2.48 billion in the fourth quarter of last fiscal year while profit stood at Rs 1.49 billion during the same period a year back. This year’s profit is a whopping rise of 66 per cent from the figure in the previous year.
Total income, however, fell to Rs 18.45 billion during the January-March quarter of last fiscal year from Rs 25.12 billion in the corresponding period of the previous year.
MUMBAI: In addition to their commercial leasing business engagement, Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC and realty developer DLF are working on a high-rise residential project with saleable area of 7 million sq ft near central Delhi.
The project will be located in Moti Nagar area where DLF had bought two separate land parcels from DCM Shriram Consolidated and Lohia Group in 2007. The developer had paid Rs 1,582 crore for the 38-acre property known as Swatantra Bharat Mills and DCM Silk Mills.
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