Ramesh Nair

Ramesh Nair

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CEO, JLL India

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Ramesh Nair is the CEO & Country Head at JLL India. Previously, he was the Managing Director of West India region which includes Mumbai and Pune at JLL India. He leads all business lines for Jones Lang LaSalle in Mumbai and Pune.Previous positions in JLL include - Head of South India Markets, MD-Chennai , MD - Hyderabad , MD-Industrial and Head of Land. Has helped increase JLL`s market share, revenue and profitability across various businesses in different parts of India. Prior to JLL, he has worked with Colliers International & CBRE.

21 Articles

Expectations from Budget 2019: Affordable Housing May Get Significant Push

The regularised real estate sector which has been showing signs of recovery has witnessed an improved business environment in recent times. Sensing the robust pent-up demand, the market has gradually aligned itself to affordable housing - thanks to the government which has until now encouraged the growth of the segment through a slew of measures...

JLL India Launches Residential Brokerage Business to Tap into India’s Growing Housing Sector

India’s leading real estate professional services firm, today announced the launch of its Residential Brokerage Business that will offer a bouquet of technology-enabled advisory and transaction services to home buyers and developers. Significantly boosting and complementing the Firm’s extensive real estate capabilities, thi...

Bengaluru World’s Most Dynamic City, Hyderabad Ranked Second

Bengaluru is the world’s most dynamic city among 131 major established and emerging business hubs globally, according to the sixth City Momentum Index published by JLL today. Closely following Bengaluru is Hyderabad that is ranked second with Delhi (4th), Pune (5th), and Chennai (7th) featuring in top 10 cities. ...

Real Estate Transaction Volumes in Asia Pacific to rise by 5% in 2019

Asia Pacific's overall real estate transaction volumes in 2019 are expected to rise by 5%, though the pace of growth momentum will slow down, according to global real estate consultant JLL. "A decade into the economic cycle, investors are contending with macro risks and geopolitical uncertainty such as rising interest rates, c...

Housing Launches see significant jump in Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi NCR in 2018

After a prolonged lull of nearly 3 years, residential markets in the top 3 cities of Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi NCR showed definite signs of recovery in 2018. The positive impact of the regulatory reforms including the implementation of RERA and GST is now evident. Launches on a high

Institutional Flow of Funds to Indian Real Estate: Trends and Progress

JLL, India’s leading real estate professional services firm, today announced the launch of an exclusive report titled ‘Institutional Flow of Funds to Indian Real Estate: Trends and Progress’. The report analyses key trends in institutional investments in the real estate sector over the last decade and has estimat...

What’s in store for Indian Real Estate in 2019?

2018 has been a rewarding year for Indian real estate. It is, however, a result of the turbulent two-year period from 2016 to 2017 when reforms such as the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA), demonetisation and GST were announced and implemented, and the industry remained cautious in adopting these reforms and recalibrating busi...

NBFC Liquidity Crisis: The Road Ahead for Real Estate Sector

Lending to the real estate market has now entered a difficult phase. From cautious lending by non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs) some years back to the present conundrum, funding to the sector has almost come to a trickle from these two sources.  While developers owe a whopping Rs 260,000 cr...

Net Absorption of Commercial Office Space in India projected to surpass 39 mn sq ft by 2020

JLL, India’s leading real estate professional services firm, along with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) today released a report that outlines the growth and recent trends in the office sector in India. The report forecasts that net absorption in commercial office segment across India will exceed 39 mn sq f...

Connaught Place ranked 6th Most Expensive Office Market by Rentals in APAC

Connaught Place in New Delhi has the sixth most expensive rentals for premium offices among 20 major markets in Asia Pacific region, according to data from global real estate consultant JLL.The average occupancy costs – including rent, taxes and service charges – in Connaught Place are at $142, which is hig...