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Puravankara Reports Rs 5,914 crore Sales in FY24, Revenue up by 61% 

Delhi, May 23, 2024: Puravankara Limited (BSE:532891), announced its financial results on Thursday for the fourth quarter (Q4FY24) ending March 31, 2024, and consolidated results for FY24. 

Sales stoos at Rs 1,947 crores in Q4FY24, a 93 per cent Y-o-Y growth. Sales volume for the quarter was at 2.35 msft (+94 per cent Y-o-Y) with a collection of Rs 1,094 crores (+66 per cent Y-o-Y). Total revenue for Q4FY24 was Rs 947 crores, up by 112% Y-o-Y.

For FY24, sales stood at Rs 5,914 crores, a 90 per cent Y-o-Y increase. Sales volume increased by 84% to 7.36 msft with Rs 3,609 crores in collections (+60% Y-o-Y). Total revenue increased by 61% Y-o-Y to Rs 2,260 crore. Operating cash inflows for FY24 stood at Rs 3,948 crores (+41 per cent Y-o-Y), while net operating surplus was Rs 513 crores (+598 per cent Y-o-Y). 

Focused on value creation and future business growth, the company has incurred expenses for marketing and sales to increase pre-sales by 90% and towards General and Administrative (G&A) costs for new acquisitions in new geographies, which is reflected in the P&L. 

Commenting on the company’s performance, Ashish Puravankara, Managing Director, Puravankara Limited, said, “For FY24, we achieved pre-sales of Rs 5,914 crores, up by 90% year-on-year, demonstrating our commitment to growth and trust of our customers. We launched 12 projects with a saleable area of 9.47 million square feet, reinforcing our expansion into high-potential micro-markets. As of date, we have successfully secured redevelopment rights and have been appointed as the preferred developer for three redevelopment projects in Mumbai with a potential gross development value of Rs 3,600 crores and are in advance discussions for more projects. 

We are happy to announce that we have successfully returned investments of IFC and ASK amounting to Rs 410 crores. In line with our growth plans, to replenish our land bank, we have deployed Rs 300 crores of land advances from internal accruals and debt, showcasing our successful generation of project surpluses and deployment thereof. This quarter’s financials reflect increased expenses for pre-sales and G&A towards new acquisitions along with geographic expansion towards future value creation.” 

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Yearly Performance Summary (FY24) 

  • Area sold: 7.36 msft (+84% Y-o-Y)
  • Sales value: Rs 5,914 crores (+90% Y-o-Y)
  • Sales realisation: Rs 7,916/sft (2%Y-o-Y)
  • Revenue from projects: Rs 2,260 crores (+61% Y-o-Y) 
  • EBITDA: Rs 531 crores (+23% Y-o-Y) 
  • Profit: Rs 42 crores (-33% Y-o-Y)
  • Net operating surplus: Rs 513 crores (+598% Y-o-Y)

Quarterly Performance Summary (Q4FY24) 

  • Area sold: 2.35 msft (+94% Y-o-Y)
  • Sales value: Rs 1,947 crores (+93% Y-o-Y)
  • Sales realisation: Rs 8,285/sft (+0% Y-o-Y)
  • Total Revenue: Rs 947 crores (+112% Y-o-Y) 
  • EBITDA: Rs 139 crores (+30% Y-o-Y)
  • Loss: Rs 7 crores (-124% Y-o-Y)

Projected Cash Flows

As of 31st March 2024,

  • Total estimated surplus from all completed and ongoing projects is Rs 7,455 crores
  • The estimated surplus from commercial projects stood at Rs 1,356 crores.
  • The estimated surplus from the launch pipeline stood at Rs 2,696 crores.
  • The total estimated surplus stood at Rs 11,507 crores.

Debt

Our net debt stood at Rs 2,151 crores, and the net debt-to-equity ratio stood at 1.14 for Q4FY24. The weighted average cost of debt stood at 11.59% as of 31st March 2024.

Outlook 

India’s economy continues to shine, with the National Statistical Office revising its GDP growth estimates for FY24 from 7.3% to 7.6%. This solidifies India’s position as one of the fastest-growing economies globally. As part of this growth story, real estate is also poised to reach a market size of USD 1 trillion by 2030, painting a strong picture for future growth. Increased demand for residential real estate aligns well with the growth in economic activity and rising incomes. 

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Tip Sheet

Upon transition to Indian Accounting Standards (Ind AS), including Ind AS 115, the Company has

moved from the erstwhile percentage of completion method of revenue recognition to a completed

contract method of revenue recognition. The aforesaid change in the timing of revenue recognition has brought a significant variation in the periodical financial results as the revenue is no longer recognised rateably over the project execution period but recognised upon completion of the project and handover of flats to the customers.

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