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.

12 Articles

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...

Unravelling Kerala Real Estate: A study on Kochi, Trivandrum and Thrissur

The Southern states of India have witnessed tremendous growth over the last two decades owing to progressive government policies and faster urbanization. Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai are already amongst the world’s known industrialized and IT-driven cities. As a state, Kerala has been relatively quiet for som...

On a High: Commercial Office Absorption Rises 18% y-o-y in Jan - September

The commercial office sector in India continues to witness strong growth momentum with an 18% on year increase in net absorption at 23.4 mln sqft during January – September 2018 period. This double-digit growth is driven by strong economic fundamentals, demand for good quality grade A office space, institutional ...

How Technology is Restructuring Office Spaces

A pan India analysis of average office space transactions over the past year has thrown up an interesting trend. While we see the total space take-up picking up pace, curiously, the average size of our new offices seems to be shrinking. New offices do not necessarily mean offices of new companies, but it means offices that were leased by compani...

How did the real estate industry react to RERA?

As we celebrate the first anniversary of the implementation of the Real Estate Regulatory Act, I would like to share some key insights and opinions of industry leaders which I have gathered across multiple discussions with them on the after-effects of RERA on the Real Estate Sector:  India is a consumer driven market. ...

Impact of GST on Residential Property Prices: JLL Report

With the market opening up beyond state boundaries, GST's immediate benefit to developers is visible in an increase in the credit flow of taxes paid on procurements. Further, the GST law mandates the passing on of benefits arising due to increased credits to customers by way of reduced prices. However, the tim...

4 Ways Technology will enable Policy Changes & Impact Real Estate in India

Across the globe, technology is rapidly changing the way we live and work. It is only a matter of time that it permeates into almost every aspect of our lives. Recently, the Bombay Municipal Corporation became the first civic body in the country to implement technology in governance by making the development plan reservations avai...

India: Fastest Growing Retail Destinations in the World

For a market that is estimated to be one of the fastest growing retail destinations in the world, India has come a long way since 2011, when FDI in Retail opened up for the first time. In the past decade, the sector has progressed towards being regarded as one of the top 5 retail destinations in the world

5 Highlights of Indian Office Markets Performance in 2017

For the Indian Real Estate Industry, 2017 stood out as a year of change and evolution. The industry has reached an inflection point, with some momentous policy changes being implemented during the year. These much awaited reforms aimed at increasing transparency and accountability through a regulator, curbing blac...

Solid Growth in India Strengthens Asia Pacific Markets

Real Estate markets in Asia Pacific registered a modest uptick of 3% y-o-y in quarterly gross leasing activity, underpinned by solid growth in India. Improvements to leasing volumes were, however confined to a limited number of markets. While India held its ground, other regions including Greater China, South East Asia and Australia sa...