IIMB-Real Estate Research Initiative (RERI)

The Indian Institute of Management Bangalore’s Real Estate Research Initiative (IIMB-RERI) is a one-of-its-kind Initiative in the country with an aspiration to be the world-class Centre of Excellence that is fully dedicated to the Indian real estate (RE) and allied sectors. Currently, it’s the only such initiative in the country dedicatedly conducting scientific and inter-disciplinary research, driving policy, teaching the nuances and engaging with all stakeholders across the Real Estate (RE) spectrum. Other activities include community outreach and engagement with the general public.

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The Centre is led by

Prof. Venky Panchapagesan

Venkatesh Panchapagesan

Real Estate Research Initiative

N. karthik

N. Karthik

Real Estate Research Initiative

Shwetha Pai

Shwetha Pai

Industry Expert and Researcher
Real Estate Research Initiative

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ADR India
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Venkata Krishnan

Venkata Krishnan

Empanelled Valuer

RERI set up by IIM-Bengaluru has been a pioneer in the field of real estate research. There were no dedicated institutions barring a few universities teach Real Estate as a Master’s course. An authentic study by an academic institution in collaboration with the industry players is something which RERI has been successful.
Arpita Pattanaik

Arpita Pattanaik

I was a part of the IIM-B RERI family in 2018, and I carry with me very good memories from working there as an RA. It provided a unique blend of rigour, learning, collaborative and fun work atmosphere. Nestled in the green and serene campus of IIM-B it is a great ecosystem to carry out research, talk to professors, and discuss with other RAs.
Sowmya V. IRS

Sowmya V. IRS

Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Bengaluru

Considering the real estate boom in Bengaluru, conducting scientific research in this sector is essential for all stakeholders. In this regard, the work carried out by IIMB-RERI in collaboration with the state