Connect with us

News

ANAROCK Group appoints Mudit Gupta as Head – Hyderabad Residential

Hyderabad, July 11, 2022: ANAROCK Group has appointed Mudit Gupta as City Lead for its Hyderabad Residential operations. With over 13 years of hands-on sales and marketing experience across the residential real estate value chain, Mudit Gupta has been with the ANAROCK Group since 2020, serving as Head of Residential Business Operations (South).

Previously, Mudit was with Tata Housing Development Company Ltd. as Brand & Marketing Head, North India, after three years with Godrej Properties Ltd. as Head – Marketing & Product Development, Mumbai. A computer science and engineering graduate, he also holds a Global Master’s degree in Business Administration.

Santhosh Kumar, Vice Chairman – ANAROCK Group, says, “Mudit Gupta has an outstanding track record as a thoroughbred real estate professional with exposure to multiple markets and leadership roles. With a sound basis in marketing and sales, he has excellent real estate industry relationships and deep knowledge of the Southern real estate markets. As ANAROCK’s head of Residential Business Operations for the South India region, he has been instrumental in securing high-profile accounts and mandates for the Firm within and beyond Hyderabad. We are gratified to have him spearhead and sharp focus on our residential operations in the vibrant Hyderabad market.”

Mudit Gupta, City Lead – Hyderabad (Residential) ANAROCK Group, says, “ANAROCK is a company which values and actively fosters top talent within its ranks, and I am thrilled with this elevation. More importantly, it empowers me to deploy the Firm’s full resources to tap Hyderabad’s burgeoning housing market. ANAROCK has a robust presence here, and we are extremely bullish about the city’s future as it is in a major growth phase.”

As per ANAROCK Research, the number of homes sold in H1 2022 represents a whopping 218% Y-o-Y growth over the corresponding period in 2021. Housing sales in Hyderabad are currently driven by end-users as well as returning investors drawn by lower home loan rates, discounts by developers, and the growing post-pandemic inclination for homeownership. 

Robust sales in the last year trimmed Hyderabad’s housing inventory overhang from 47 months in Q2 2021 to 22 months in Q2 2022 – a massive 26-months reduction. Average housing prices in the city have witnessed an annual rise of 7% – from INR 4,240 per sq. ft. in Q2 2021 to approx. Rs 4,520 per sq. ft. in Q2 2022.

Advertisement

Trending