Rera has brought about a major shift in industry practices.
We keep hearing of the ‘wait-and-watch’ or ‘fence-sitting’ syndrome on the residential property market, which basically means that a significant number of people who want to buy a home are not doing so. Property buyers tend to wait and watch rather than buy for two or three reasons.
After a long period of downturn, home market in India is slowly showing signs of recovery with the ready-to-move-in segment witnessing a certain amount of traction.
There is an exquisite news for all the home buyers and land developers who are planning to invest under the Delhi Development Authority’s (DDA) land-pooling plan for (Master Plan Delhi) MPD-2021.
Most of the ways of improving a building’s operational efficiency are economical and simple to execute.
For the longest time retail investors have seen their investment options limited to fixed deposits, mutual funds and the stock market.
Private equity (PE) investment in Indian real estate has seen a huge pick up after stagnating over the past five years. This year, there is a marked improvement in private equity activity in the real estate sector, which is bogged down by huge debt and low demand.
After many years of sluggish and flat growth, the Indian commercial realty mart seems to be slowly getting back on track. Companies are looking for large and medium office spaces and this trend has already resulted in a demand supply gap in Bangalore and Mumbai, say industry observers.
Mumbai, the financial capital of India and neighbouring Pune region, have emerged as the country’s two top residential markets. In doing so, they have edged out Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi.
October marks the beginning of the festival season in India. Market sentiments around this time are high, not just because festivals are considered auspicious for big purchases such as property, vehicles, gold and so on, but also on account of the host of lucrative deals and discounts on offer.
There was a time when to build a green home, developers and builders could only choose from resources like straw, mud, timber and stone. And even that consumed lots of precious energy. But thanks to the industrial development, sustainable housing technologies have seen a massive leap.
In today’s technology-driven market environment, data rules — and for India’s real estate market, the importance of data was underlined in bold strokes by the implementation of RERA. No longer are we talking about ‘my data vs.
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has asked real estate firm Unitech Ltd to refund over Rs 41 lakh to a buyer, who had booked a property in one of its projects, saying the realtor had indulged in unfair trade practice.
Dalmia Bharat, the second largest cement manufacturer in eastern India, is planning to strengthen its presence in the region to tap growth potential.
Even a depressed real estate sector buoys up at the prospect of festival season sales.