• Feb

    Each new Union budget every year a fresh set of promises. What does the track record for the real estate sector show since the last time finance minister

  • By Kushagr Ansal

    The Indian realty sector has been under stress for long. There have been glimmers of hope here and there but nothing really concrete has emerged so far

  • By Manish Kumar

    As the population of senior citizens in India rises to 118 million in 2016, an increasing number of developers are venturing into the senior living space. Many private entities

  • Bharat City is a 60-acre affordable residential township by BCC Infrastructures and HDFC PMS. It is an environment-friendly township located in Indraprastha Yojana Ghaziabad and includes all necessary

  • Provident Housing, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Puravankara Group, a premier real-estate developer in the country, has launched the second phase of the premium affordable residential project called Rays of Dawn

  • Appaswamy Builders, a leading Chennai-based property developer is offering a residential apartment project at Pammal, a southern suburb of the city. The project ‘Bloomingdale’ is coming up over a

  • Feb

    If affordable housing is to get a move on in India then big companies will have to come in. Last week there was happy evidence to suggest

  • By Anil Kumar Sharma

    Real estate investment trusts (Reits), which are structurally similar to mutual funds, are yet to pick up the desired momentum in India. Although there is no denying the fact

  • By Rohit Gera

    Poor demand on account of poor sentiment needs to give way to a renewed desire to buy homes. Without this the expectations that come from lowering the

  • First-timer Gowra Hallmark Townships is developing a villa project Palm Breeze at Manikonda near Gachibowli in Hyderabad. The villas will be in plots ranging upwards of 405