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HDIL

₹4.65-₹0.24 (-4.91%) Past Year
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Market cap

Market Cap Switch₹218 Cr

Open

₹4.79

Close

₹4.89

Circuit range

₹5.13 - ₹4.65

Day range

₹4.65 - ₹4.79

Year range

₹2.25 - ₹6.24

Volume

38,209

Avg. traded

₹4.65

Revenue (12m)

₹644 Cr

HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INFRASTR

Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited (HDIL) is an Indian company dedicated to real estate development. Founded in 1996, HDIL is involved in the development of commercial, residential and industrial plots. HDIL came into prominence for slum rehabilitation projects in Mumbai.

The market capitalisation of HDIL stood at nearly ₹190 crore as of January 15, 2023. HDIL share price has dropped 43.19% in the last three years.

HDIL was established on July 25, 1996, by the Wadhawan Group to create integrated townships, shopping centres, and other large-scale residential, commercial and retail real estate projects. Over the years, the company has achieved some key feats. With its subsidiary Privilege Power and Infrastructure Private Limited (formerly known as Dewan Investments Private Limited), HDIL constructed The Mall in Malad, Mumbai, in 2001.

In 2005, on the first day of opening the booking, 548 units in the Dreams project on LBS Marg, near Bhandup station in Mumbai, were sold. In March 2005, the company finished the Dheeraj Arma project which included commercial spaces in Bandra (East), Mumbai. In May 2005, the company sold a Floor Space Index (FSI) measuring 0.5 million sq. feet at Bandra Kurla Complex to Wadhwa Constructions.

In 2006, HDIL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Adani Group for the sale of the rights to 1.7 million square feet of land in Mumbai's Bandra Kurla Complex. The company received the government's in-principle approval to develop a special economic zone catering to the multiservice industry in Vasai.

In 2011, HDIL worked on the largest slum rehabilitation project. It involved renovating and expanding Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai to rehabilitate almost 85,000 slum inhabitants.

HDIL has been facing insolvency proceedings and its promoters are entangled in a money laundering probe. A CBI probe is also underway for money laundering over the term loans provided by YES Bank to the cash-strapped company.

HDIL has been facing corporate insolvency resolution proceedings (CIRP) as per the Insolvency Bankruptcy Code (IBC). Bank of India moved the National Company Law Tribunal in June 2019 seeking insolvency of HDIL for recovery of ₹522 crore.

Business Operations

With a strong presence in the Mumbai Metropolitan Area, HDIL has made a name for itself as one of India's leading real estate development firms with shares listed on the BSE and NSE. The HDIL group has rehabilitated almost 30,000 families over the past 10 years and completed more than 100 million square feet of building across all real estate verticals.

HDIL is also popular for its notable projects in both residential and retail sectors. Among its residential ventures are Residential Park Vihar, Paradise City-Phase I in Palghar and Paradise City in Palghar. In the retail domain, the company has made its mark with projects like Harmony Oshiwara and Paradise City in Palghar.

Operating under the brand name Kulraj Broadway, HDIL's multiplex business encompasses a three-screen multiplex in Vasai, a four-screen multiplex in Kandivali, a six-screen multiplex in Bhandup and a four-screen multiplex in Kolkata.

Under a government program run by the Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA), HDIL worked on slum rehabilitation projects in exchange for clearing and redeveloping slum land and providing new dwellings for the displaced slum dwellers.

Financial highlights

– The company’s total income increased to ₹2.68 crore in FY23 from ₹2.15 crore in FY22. – In FY23, HDIL’s net losses increased to ₹19.80 crore as against ₹12.49 crore in FY22. – The earnings per share (EPS) in FY23 stood at ₹(-0.42) compared to ₹(-0.26) in FY22.

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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INFRASTR Key indicators

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52 week high

₹6.24

52 week low

₹2.25

P/E ratio

2.34

P/B ratio

ROE

0.83%

ROCE

2.35%

Dividend yield

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Debt/Equity ratio

0.13

EPS

2.12

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Operating profit margin

53.99%

Net profit margin

16.48%

ROE

0.83%

ROA

0.59%

ROCE

2.35%

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HOUSING DEVELOPMENT INFRASTR Share Price history

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DayOpenCloseDay’s change
Fri, Apr 12 2024
₹4.79
₹4.65
-3.01%
Wed, Apr 10 2024
₹5.10
₹4.89
-4.29%
Tue, Apr 9 2024
₹5.30
₹5.14
-3.11%
Mon, Apr 8 2024
₹5.15
₹5.36
+3.92%
Fri, Apr 5 2024
₹5.30
₹5.15
-2.91%
Thu, Apr 4 2024
₹5.02
₹5.05
+0.59%
Wed, Apr 3 2024
₹4.81
₹4.81
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Tue, Apr 2 2024
₹4.17
₹4.59
+9.15%

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Promoters (41.85%)

Mutual Funds (0%)

Retail and other (40.86%)

Foreign institutions-FII (16.63%)

Other domestic institutions (0.67%)

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