Research Intelligence Unit (RIUNIT) released its second Bangladesh Country Report 2023 containing key trends and developments in the economy and major sectors such as the residential, commercial and retail real-estate markets as well as the hotel and bare land markets pertaining to the capital of Dhaka.
The new report also outlines the behaviour of macroeconomic indicators
related to the country including the peer comparison of the economic
performance within the South Asian Region.
Through this report RIUNIT addresses a need for lack of information in the
South Asian nation while also making its contribution to developing
knowledge that will benefit local developers, investors and buyers. The
research firm hopes this will ease the way for foreign investors looking at
this most promising of emerging markets in Asia to navigate their journey.
The report will be of use to anyone and everyone in real estate or thinking
of entering. Investors, developers, academics, professionals and property
hunters to grasp a good understanding about various drivers of the real-
estate market in Bangladesh.
“The way in which Bangladesh’s capital city of Dhaka has evolved over
recent years, and indeed continues to find ways to keep evolving and
expanding is a case in point. Where real estate is concerned, the
landscape is dominated by very strong local developers while increasingly,
foreign interest in residential apartments and other market segments is
gathering,” said Roshan Madewela, CEO, Research Intelligence Unit at the
launch of the report.
“It is only a matter of time before the large international brands join the
The report is a product of over 11 months of research with dozens of
organisations, both public and private, supporting the quest for information, data and market intelligence.
Currently there are 20 -30 Sri Lankan companies operating in the
Bangladeshi market and RIUNIT has also been there since 2020.