Puravankara crosses Rs 5,914 Cr in sales, achieves highest-ever collections in FY24

Bengaluru: Puravankara Limited (BSE: 532891), one of India’s most trusted and admired real estate developers, recorded sales of Rs 5,914 crores in FY24, an increase of 90 per cent compared to Rs 3,107 crores in FY23. Customer collections increased by 60 per cent to Rs 3,609 crores for the FY, compared to Rs 2,258 crores in the previous fiscal.

For the quarter ended March 31, the company recorded a sales value of Rs 1,947 crores, up 93 per cent from Rs 1,007 crores for the same period last year.

Commenting on the company’s performance, Ashish Puravankara, Managing Director, Puravankara Ltd., said, “Puravankara Limited has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing Rs. 5,900 crore sales showcasing our customer-centric ethos and focus on quality.

We are also thrilled to announce our highest-ever collection of Rs 3,609 crores for FY24. This reflects our steadfast dedication to operations and delivery, ensuring significant construction progress. It is also a testimony to customers’ increasing trust in brand Puravankara.

With successful new launches and an optimistic outlook for upcoming projects, we are now focused on replenishing our inventory with new land acquisitions. We stay committed to building international quality products, keeping the customer at the centre of our strategy.”

Key Sales Highlights

  • Achieved highest-ever annual sales value of Rs 5,914 crores in FY24; up by 90 per cent when compared to Rs 3,107 crores in FY23.
  • Achieved highest-ever quarterly sales value of Rs 1,947 crore for Q4FY24; up by 93 per cent when compared to Rs 1,007 crores in Q4FY23.
  • Achieved highest-ever annual customer collections from the real estate business, which increased to Rs 3,609 crores in FY24 compared to Rs 2,258 crores in FY23, up by 60 per cent y-o-y.
  • Average price realisation increased by 2 per cent to Rs 7,916/sft during FY24 from Rs 7,768/sft in FY23. This is attributed to an inventory mix between Purva, Provident Housing and Purva Land brands.

New project launches in FY24:

Sl.No Launch Quarter Project Name City Developable Area
(msft)
Saleable Area

(msft)

1 Q1 FY 23 Purva Sound of Water III Bengaluru 0.24 0.14
2 Q1 FY 23 Purva Ragaam Chennai 0.77 0.19
3 Q2 FY24 Provident Ecopolitan Bengaluru 1.13 0.91
4 Q2 FY24 Purva Windermere 4B Chennai 0.75 0.75
5 Q2 FY24 Purva Parkhill Wing B Bengaluru 0.21 0.21
6 Q3 FY24 Provident Deansgate Bengaluru 0.60 0.60
7 Q3 & Q4 FY24 Purva Soukhyam Chennai 3.16 3.16
8 Q3 FY24 Purva Parkhill Wing A Bengaluru 0.23 0.23
9 Q4 FY24 Provident Botanico Bengaluru 1.52 1.13
10 Q4 FY24 Provident Kenvista Pune 1.33 1.33
11 Q4 FY24 Purva Kensho Hills Bengaluru 0.81 0.81
Total- FY 24 10.76 9.47

Quarterly Performance Summary (Q4FY24):

Y-o-Y

Based on bookings Q4FY24 Q4FY23 Y-o-Y
Volumes (in msft) 2.34 1.21 93%
Value (in Rs Crore) 1,947 1,007 93%
Realization (in Rs/ sft) 8,320 8,321 0%

 Sales include economic interest attributable to Landowners under revenue share arrangement, which was 0.16 msft during Q4FY24 and 0.06 msft during Q4FY23.

 Yearly Performance Summary FY24:

Based on bookings FY24 FY23 Y-o-Y
Volumes (in msft) 7.35 4.00 84%
Value (in Rs Crore) 5,914 3,107 90%
Realization (in Rs/ sft) 7,916 7,768 2%

Sales include economic interest attributable to Landowners under revenue share arrangement, which was 0.53 msft during FY24 and 0.25 msft during FY23.

Outlook

India, the world’s fastest-growing major economy, continues to exhibit remarkable resilience. The

GDP growth rate during 2023-24 is estimated at 7.6 per cent compared to the growth rate of 7 per cent in 2022-23. As per a NARDECO report, India’s real estate sector is projected to grow at a CAGR of 18.7 per cent from 2020 to 2030. The trajectory, moving from a market size of USD 180 billion in 2020 to a projected USD 1 trillion by 2030, is fuelled by a growing economy, thereby increasing incomes and moving more and more Indians into higher social strata.

The RBI Monetary Policy Committee has decided to keep the policy repo rate unchanged at 6.50 per cent, as it has done for all of FY 23-24 and persevered with the stance of withdrawal of accommodation. The FY24 inflation forecast remains steady at 5.4%, reflecting an optimistic economic outlook.

Puravankara Limited remains poised to capitalise on these opportunities. As we navigate the evolving landscape, we commit to delivering value, innovation, and excellence to our customers and stakeholders.

 

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