Sobha Surges 7% On Achieving Best Ever Quarterly Sales Volume In Q3


Shares of the Bangalore-based real estate developer Sobha Ltd. rose as much as 7 per cent to hit an intraday high of Rs 439.70 on the BSE after the company post market hours on Thursday said that it achieved best ever quarterly sales volume in December quarter. “Sales volume achieved during Q3-21 is the best ever quarterly sales volume reported by the company without any major launch during the quarter,” Sobha said in a press release. (Track Sobha Ltd share price here)

During the quarter, Sobha achieved total sales volume of 1,133,574 square feet of super built-up area valued at Rs 888 crore, with a total average realization of Rs 7,830 per square feet. Sales volume, total sales value are up by 27 per cent and 29 per cent respectively as compared to Q2-21.

“Residential housing demand has gained traction as reflected in increase in mortgage loans given by home loan financing banks/ Fls/HFCs. As a result, large developers are outperforming their own previous sales volumes on a Q-o-Q basis. Healthy sales numbers are encouraging despite the fallout of Covid19 pandemic situation and related stress across industries. Demand situation is also backed by once in a lifetime low interest rates, stamp duty reduction in some states, various payment and other schemes offered by the developers,” Sobha said in a statement.

“Bengaluru has returned to normalcy and has contributed 69 per cent of the total sales volume along with meaningful contribution from other regions especially Gurugram, Kerala and Pune. We are currently witnessing good sales momentum across all other regions along with Bengaluru,” Sobha said.

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“With new launches planned across various cities in the next few quarters and inherent demand for housing continuing, our sales performance during H2-21 is expected to be better than H2-20,” the Bangalore-based company added.

As of 10:29 am, Sobha shares were trading 4.48 per cent higher at Rs 429, outperforming the Sensex which was up 0.2 per cent.

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