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Coverage in Housing Skyline of India

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This product covers the top 112 cities of India. ...

This product covers the top 112 cities of India.
The information covers a range of indicators on Indian consumers and their characteristics, with specific emphasis on the housing sector and housing demand
The product helps you identify:
Existing & Potential Markets for Housing sector
Purchasing Power of Prospective home buyers
Locate Cities with Greater Housing Penetration
Distinguish Households Across Type of Dwelling Units
Forecast of Housing Demand
We have added the following new dimensions to the earlier release:
Market Attractiveness Index
Housing demand by size of dwelling units (in square feet)
Housing demand separated for owned and rented accommodation
Current housing categorized by number of rooms and area
Other parameters updated for 2008-09, include:
Vehicle ownership, Demography (household size categories, income categories, age categories), Savings by income categories, Employment and employment growth rate, rainfall & temperature, CPI for housing, Housing ownership and housing loan accounts, and more.

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    • Housing Skyline of India This product covers the top 112 cities of India. The information covers a range of indicators on Indian consumers and their characteristics, with specif emphasis on the housing sector and housing demand ic The product helps you identify: Existing & Potential Markets for Housing sector Purchasing Power of Prospective home buyers Locate Cities with Greater Housing Penetration Distinguish Households Across Type of Dwelling Units Forecast of Housing Demand We have added the following new dimensions to the earlier release: Market Attractiveness Index Housing demand by size of dwelling units (in square feet) Housing demand separated for owned and rented accommodation Current housing categorized by number of rooms and area Other parameters updated for 2008-09, include: Vehicle ownership, Demography (household size categories, income categories, age categories), Savings by income categories, Employment and employment growth rate, rainfall & temperature, CPI for housing, Housing ownership and housing loan accounts, and more. The parameters covered are Year Unit Definition Category Total number of current owned 2008-09 Number houses Housing Total owned households Total number of current rented 2008-09 Number houses Housing Total rented Households Total number of households with Number of Households with One Dwelling 2008-09 Number one dwelling room Housing Room Total number of households with Number of Households with Two Dwelling 2008-09 Number two dwelling rooms Housing Rooms Total number of households with Number of Households with More than 2008-09 Number more than two dwelling rooms Housing Two Dwelling Rooms Total number of households with Number of Households with Plinth Area 2008-09 Number plinth area less than 500 Sq ft Housing Less than 500 Sq ft Total number of households with plinth area between 500-1000 Sq Number of Households with Plinth Area 2008-09 Number ft Housing Between 500-1000 Sq ft Total number of households with Number of Households with Plinth Area 2008-09 Number plinth area more than 1000 Sq ft Housing More than 1000 Sq ft Degree Average maximum temperature in 2008-09 Celsius the corresponding urban district Environment Avg. Max. Temp Degree Average minimum temperature in 2008-09 Celsius the corresponding urban district Environment Avg. Min Temp Total actual annual rainfall in the 2006-07 (in mm.) corresponding urban district Environment Total Annual Rainfall Annual growth rate of housing loan accounts of scheduled Annualized Growth Rate of Total Number 2001-07 % commercial banks (SCB) Housing Finance of Housing Loan Accounts in SCB's Annual growth rate of credit outstanding on housing loans of scheduled commercial banks Annualized Growth Rate of Housing Loan 2001-07 % (SCB) Housing Finance (amount outstanding) in SCB's
    • Number of credit accounts for housing loans in scheduled Total Number of Housing Loan Accounts 2008-09 Number commercial banks (SCB) Housing Finance in SCB's (Amount in Amount of credit outstanding on Rupees housing loans of scheduled Amount of Housing Loan Outstanding in 2008-09 Thousand) commercial banks (SCB) Housing Finance SCB's Number of offices of scheduled Total Number of Bank Offices of SCB's in 2008-09 Number commercial banks (SCB) Housing Finance the corresponding urban district Total number of urban Consumer 2008-09 Number households Demography Total No. of Urban Households Urban population in total urban Consumer 2008-09 Number households Demography Total Urban Population Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 0-9 2008-09 Number group of 0-9 years Demography years Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 10- 2008-09 Number group of 10-19 years Demography 19 years Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 20- 2008-09 Number group of 20-29 years Demography 29 years Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 30- 2008-09 Number group of 30-39 years Demography 39 years Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 40- 2008-09 Number group of 40-49 years Demography 49 years Total urban population across age Consumer Total Population Across Age Group of 50- 2008-09 Number group of 50-59 years Demography 59 years Total urban population more than Consumer Total Population for Age Group More than 2008-09 Number age group of 60 years Demography 60 years Total number of urban households with 1 to 2 members Consumer Number of Households with HH Size 1 2008-09 % in a household Demography to 2 Total number of urban households with 3 to 5 members Consumer Number of Households of HHds with HH 2008-09 % in a household Demography size 3-5 Total number of urban households with more than 6 Consumer Number of Households of HHds with HH 2008-09 % members in a household Demography size more than 6 Number of households having one married couple with Consumer Number of Households across Nuclear 2008-09 Number unmarried sibilings Demography Family type Number of households having more than one married couple of Consumer Number of Households across Joint 2008-09 Number the same generation Demography Family type Number of households having more than one married couple of Consumer Number of Households across Extended 2008-09 Number two generations Demography Family type Number of married couples with Consumer Number of Married Couples with Separate 2008-09 Number separate room Demography Room Number of married couples Consumer Number of Married Couples without 2008-09 Number without separate room Demography Separate Room Number of marginal and main Consumer Number of Employed Individuals who are 2008-09 Number workers who are not literate Demography Not Literate Number of marginal and main workers who are literate below Consumer Number of Employed Individuals who are 2008-09 Number secondary Demography Literate Below Secondary
    • Number of marginal and main workers who have attained Consumer Number of Employed Individuals who have 2008-09 Number secondary or higher secondary Demography Attained Secondary or Higher Secondary Number of marginal and main workers who are graduate or Consumer Number of employed individuals who are 2008-09 Number above Demography Graduate or above Total number of urban households with annual income Consumer Total No. of Urban Households with 2008-09 Number less than Rs. 75,000 Demography Annual Household income < Rs. 75k Total number of urban Total No. of Urban Households with households with annual income Consumer Annual Household income between Rs. 2008-09 Number Rs. 75,000 to Rs.1, 50,000 Demography 75k- Rs.150k Total number of urban No. of Urban Households with Annual households with annual income Consumer Household income between Rs. 150k- Rs. 2008-09 Number Rs. 1,50,000 to Rs.3,00,000 Demography 300k Total number of urban households with annual income No. of Urban Households with Annual between Rs. 3, 00,000 and Rs.5, Consumer Household income between Rs. 300k- Rs. 2008-09 Number 00,000 Demography 500k Total number of urban households with annual income No. of Urban Households with Annual between Rs. 5, 00,000 and Rs.10, Consumer Household income between Rs. 500k- 2008-09 Number 00,000 Demography Rs.1,000k Total number of urban households with annual income Consumer No. of Urban Households with Annual 2008-09 Number above Rs. 10, 00,000 Demography Household income > Rs.1,000k Annual disposable income of all urban households divided by Consumer Annual Per capita Income of Urban 2008-09 Rs urban population Demography Households Annualized employment growth 1991- rate between 1991 and 2001 in Consumer 2001 % the corresponding urban district Demography Annual Employment Growth Rate Annualized population growth rate 1991- between 2001 and 2008 in the Consumer Annual Exponential Population Growth 2001 % corresponding urban district Demography Rate A measure of changes over time in the general level of prices of goods and services (housing), which the private consumer buys 2007 Index or pays for. CPI (Housing) Consumer Price Index for Housing Annual growth rate of consumer 1995- price index for housing in the Annual Growth Rate of Consumer Price 2007 % corresponding urban districts CPI (Housing) Index for Housing Total demand for owning or 2008- renting a house between 2008 to Total Demand for Housing between 2008 2015 Number 2015 Housing Demand to 2015 Total demand for owning a house Total Excess Demand in Residential 2008 Number between 2008 to 2015 Housing Demand Owned Market 2008- Total demand for taking a house Total Excess Demand in Residential 2015 Number on rent between 2008 to 2015 Housing Demand Rented Market Total housing demand for owning Total Housing Demand for Owning 2008- houses between 2008-2015 with Houses with Plinth Area Less than 500 Sq 2015 Number plinth area less than 500 Sq ft Housing Demand ft 2008- Number Total housing demand for owning Housing Demand Total Housing Demand for Owning 2015 houses between 2008-2015 with Houses with Plinth Area Between 500- plinth area between 500-1000 Sq 1000 Sq ft
    • ft Total housing demand for owning Total Housing Demand for Owning 2008- houses between 2008-2015 with Houses with Plinth Area More than 1000 2015 Number plinth area more than 1000 Sq ft Housing Demand Sq ft 2008- Total housing demand for owning Excess Demand of Households with no 2015 Number no exclusive room or 1 room Housing Demand exclusive or 1 room 2008- Total housing demand for owning Excess Demand of Households with 2 2015 Number 2 rooms Housing Demand rooms 2008- Total housing demand for owning Excess Demand of Households with More 2015 Number more than 2 rooms Housing Demand than 2 rooms Relative City Ranking reflects the city's Ranking among Rank based on Market Attractiveness 2008-09 Rank potential to own a house 112 cities Index (Absolute) Ranking reflects the city's per Relative City household potential to own a Ranking among Rank based on Market Attractiveness 2008-09 Rank house 112 cities Index (Per Capita) Relative City Ranking reflects the city's Ranking among Rank based on Rent Potential Index 2008-09 Rank potential to take a house on rent 112 cities (Absolute) Ranking reflects the city's per Relative City household potential to take a Ranking among Rank based on Rent Potential Index (Per 2008-09 Rank house on rent 112 cities Capita) The Region Classifications are as follows  West Includes Rajasthan, Gujarat, MP, Goa and Maharashtra  East includes Chhatisgarh, Orissa, Bihar, Jharkand, West Bengal, Sikkim and NE states  South includes A&N, Lakshwadeep, AP, TN, Kerala, Pondicherry and Karnataka  North includes UP, Uttaranchal, Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, J&K, HP The city classifications are as follows  Alpha cities - The Elite Club of 10 - Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Ahmadabad, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune, Surat, Mumbai  Beta Cities - On-the-threshold cities - Kanniyakumari, Madurai, Salem, Kanpur, Jamshedpur, Asansol, Lucknow, Patna, Jaipur, Urban Areas in North 24 Parganas, Indore, Nagpur, Bhopal, Vadodara, Kancheepuram, Kochi, Thiruvallur, Ludhiana, Faridabad, urban areas of Thane dist  Gamma Cities - Upcoming cities - Thiruvananthapuram, Amritsar, Vellore, Jabalpur, Haora, Dhanbad, Vijayawada, Hugli, Tiruchirappalli, Jalandhar, Visakhapatanam, Rajkot, Guwahati, Kolhapur, Ghaziabad, Urban Areas in Rangareddi, Aurangabad, Nashik, Goa, Chandigarh  Delta Cities - Budding centers - Imphal, Agra, Varanasi, Moradabad, Bareilly, Allahabad, Gulbarga, Behrampor, Meerut, Bikaner, Thanjavur, Kozhikode, Jodhpur, Bokaro, Solapur, Agartala, Anantapur, Shillong, Ajmer, Kharagpur, Jalpaiguri, Udaipur, Urban Areas in South 24 Parganas, Ranchi, Guntur, Gwalior, Nellore, Mysore, Bhavnagar, Kota, Jamnagar, Thrissur, Bathinda, Durg-Bhilai, Nanded, Cuttack, Patiala, Raurkela, Kannur, Raipur, Belgaum, Dehradun, Kohima, Hisar, Ambala, Daman, Pondicherry, Panipat, Port Blair, Mangalore, Aizawl, Gurgaon(old), Gangtok, Kavaratti, Rupnagar, Bhubaneshwar, Gandhinagar, Noida, Itanagar, Shimla, Silvassa, Srinagar