The development of real estate in India is estimated to be around US$ 15 billion and it is growing at a rate of 30 per cent every year. Almost 90 per cent of real estate developed is residential space and the rest include office, hotels shopping malls and hospitals. This kind of double-digit growth is primarily attributed to the off-shoring and outsourcing businesses, such as high-end technology consultation, call centers and programming houses which in 2004 are estimated to have accounted for 12 million square feet of real estate development.The demand from the information technology sector certainly has changed the urban landscape in India. According to estimation in India, there is a demand for nearly 70 million square feet of IT & ITES space over the next four and five years. Several multinational companies continue to move their organizational operations to India to take advantage of lower manpower and other costs. Providing human resources and home at their work place assume great significance and therefore the requirement to create space for people to live and work that in turn cause the development of other related infrastructure. It has been a predominant trend to set up the world’s best business centers, often campus-style establishments, bearing a distinguishing corporate stamp. Some of these locations are so distinctive that they are termed as the “temples of new or modern India”. It is just an indication of the extent that the development of real estate taking place.Another case in point is Gurgaon, one of the national capital regions of India, which has seen a fundamental change in not just its skyline but also in its fundamental urban demographics. Gurgaon, a few years ago, was described as just a small town built on a cow pasture. But in the past seven and eight years, it has witnessed 20 malls with many more under construction and has a skyline of shining new office buildings and call centers. Gurgaon is considered a shopper’s paradise and the malls are similar versions of their US counterparts: five story big bazaars which house almost every international brand like McDonalds, Levis, Nokia, Nike and Tommy Hilfiger along with multiplex cinemas, escalators and large parking lots. The arrival of call center industry, information technology houses and other such BPOs in India has led to an inflow of more than 900,000 new jobs. Outsourcing business has changed the real face of commercial real estate in India, but its greater impact has been the demographic shift characterized by rising disposable incomes and increased consumerism.The real estate market in India remains unorganized, fairly fragmented, mostly characterized by small players with a local presence. Traditionally, real estate developers were viewed with an element of skeptical attitude. Developers were often identified with dealing with large amounts of unaccounted money, lacking transparency and would use unscrupulous means to acquire a variety of regulatory approvals.