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DLF Ltd is the largest Indian listed real estate developer with a developable land bank of 367 mn sq ft across all verticals including residential, office and retail. The company started its operations in Delhi and Guragon and has diversified geographically across India.

Gurgaon market where DLF has high exposure is expected to see a swift recovery over next 6-9 months which will be a key beneficiary for the company. Also DLF is the leader in commercial real estate in India, the segment which will see strong sustained demand. The sale of non core assets leading to reduction in debt levels and hopes of big-ticket projects on the back of allowing foreign investment in multi-brand retail would benefit DLF in the long run. IS Advisors takes you through the Company information and a detailed SWOT Analysis of the company in this report. The report provides useful and comprehensive information about the company. This coupled with SWOT Analysis can be utilized for investment related decision. industry analysis reports

• Company’s business profile at a glance
• Aerial view of the company’s financial performance
• In depth analysis of Various Factors affecting the growth of the company as well as sector as a whole
• Factors driving growth, Issues & Challenges
• Financial comparison of the company with its peers

• To understand the various factors which are fuelling the growth and those which are/will be critical for the company’s performance in the near term
• Comprehensive report covering all the aspects required to understand the company’s performance weighing against the peers.

Table of Contents :
1. Snapshot
1.1 Company Details
1.2 Company Address
1.3 Price Information
1.4 Company Size
1.5 Company vs Sensex
2. Financial Highlights

List of Figures
Figure 1 Development Potential of DLFs Land Bank
Figure 2 Geographical Break Up of DLFs Land Bank
Figure 3 Revenue from Sale of Land and Plots (FY07-FY13E)
Figure 4 Sales Value and Volume in Gurgaon Market (FY09-FY14E)
Figure 5 Debt- Equity Levels
Figure 6 Supply Break up (City- Wise and Inventory- Wise)
Figure 7 Mumbai City-Unsold Inventory
Figure 8 Mumbai City-Absorption Rate
Figure 9 Gurgaon-Absorption Rate
Figure 10 NCR-Closing Stock and Sales Volume
Figure 11 Residential Supply Demand (2010-2014E)
Figure 12 Office Supply Demand (2010-2014E)
Figure 13 Retail Supply Demand (2010-2014E)
Figure 14 Exposure of Developers to Key Markets and Segments
Figure 15 Average Price Trend in Cities
Figure 16 Rising Construction Costs

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DLF Ltd – Company Information & SWOT Analysis


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