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Kemia plans Lotus Phase II in Kolkata
Source: Financial Chronicle Sep 22, 2016
The project will come up in the midst of lush green, pollution free and currently one of the most sought after realty destinations ... more
Launching new projects
Source: The Times of India Sep 07, 2016
The total number of affordable housing launches in the country has increased by 17 percent. Chennai sees highest number of launches in the mid-housing segment though. ... more
A tale of one city
Source: Financial Chronicle Sep 05, 2016
There have been very few planned state capitals in independent India—only three at the turn of the century. Even though the three state capitals were mainly planned to house government offices and residential quarters for government employees, over the years they have been able to attract attention from private players, emerging as some of the fastest growing cities/urban agglomerations within the country. ... more
Global investors keen on Indian real estate
Source: The Times of India Aug 16, 2016
Global investors are looking at the Indian real estate sector with a great deal of enthusiasm, following the recent policy reforms, including Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA), 100% FDI in construction and easing of REITs regulations, said Colin Dyer, CEO of US-based JLL Inc. ... more
Ageing in peace
Source: Financial Chronicle Aug 05, 2016
Old age homes, once stigmatised as living places for abandoned parents, have given way to smart retirement houses ... more
Why invest in property?
Source: The Times of India Aug 03, 2016
Real estate has always yielded high returns and beaten the inflation effect on investments. ... more
Place much higher emphasis on investment in building infra
Source: The Times of India Aug 02, 2016
A few questions frequently discussed in many forums specifically in the last one year relate to steel intensity of many economic indicators with which some commodities are supposed to be correlated. It is perceived and rightly so that as these macro indicators move upwards they would push up the growth of a slew of commodities like steel that has been traditionally linked inseparably with the growth and progress of the economy. It is, however, easy to conclude that if the country’s GDP is contributed more by sectors that either do not or barely use steel then surely steel has a lesser role to play in the country’s progress. For a longer time series, say, during 1992-93 to 2013-14, steel had a GDP elasticity of 1.1. In the last few years during 2008-09 to 2013-14, the elasticity has come down to 0.72. ... more
Infra sector expands 5.2% in June as coal production hits new high
Source: The Financial Express Aug 02, 2016
The output of eight infrastructure industries rose 5.2% in June, compared with 2.8% in the previous month, as coal production touched a 19-month high and cement, fertiliser and electricity sectors performed well. However, contraction in crude oil and natural gas continued, showed official data released on Monday. ... more
Decoding the NRI investment quotient in real estate
Source: The Times of India Jul 20, 2016
Many factors have to be taken into consideration before one steps into a new territory to reach out to investors in realty. ... more
First reactions on single window for approvals
Source: The Times of India Jul 20, 2016
Single window for approvals in real estate is welcomed by industry, but many find it complex, even confusing. We capture first reactions. ... more
What makes OMR much sought after by tenants
Source: The Times of India Jul 12, 2016
Excellent options along the OMR have made these places much sought after by tenants in. ... more
What to choose: Standalone or gated homes?
Source: The Times of India Jul 07, 2016
Developers offer a plethora of projects in gated communities as well as standalone towers. Both kinds have their pros and cons that would differ from varied points of view of developers, investors and buyers. ... more
Foreign realtors eye more growth room
Source: The Economic Times Jul 02, 2016
Anticipating a steady revival in the residential real estate market that suffered sluggish growth earlier, several global investors from Japan and Dutch are in talks to buy stakes in residential property ventures. The implementation of the the Real Estate Regulatory Act and lowering of interest rates by the RBI have infused renewed positive sentiment in the market, which will ultimately result in boosting demand for residential realty assets, say property consultants. ... more
Centre paves way to fund roads, ports
Source: The Financial Express May 04, 2016
The government is setting up a dedicated funding agency in the state sector for highways and ports. The move, road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari told FE, is in view of the Rs 25-lakh-crore investments envisaged in these two infrastructure sectors in the medium term. The new institution, on the lines of Power Finance Corporation, which is committed to electricity generation and transmission projects, would be set up with an initial equity capital of R500 crore, the minister said. ... more
Sentiment scores bounce back: FICCI- Knight Frank
Source: The Times of India May 03, 2016
"After a lull of five quarters, the overall sentiment has experienced a sharp uptick at the back of the Union Budget’s focus on real estate and infrastructure. ... more
ITNL in advanced talks to sell two road assets
Source: Livemint Apr 29, 2016
IL&FS Transportation Networks Ltd (ITNL) is in advanced talks with US-based infrastructure investment manager I Squared Capital for the sale of a majority stake in two of its annuity-based road assets, two people familiar with the matter said. The two separate deals are likely to be closed over the next two quarters, they said. ... more
List of things one need to check upon before buying a house
Source: The Times of India Apr 27, 2016
Buying a house might be biggest investment that you make in your lifetime. Therefore, you must take all precautions required. ... more
UD urges Smart Cities to firm up bankable projects
Source: The Times of India Apr 26, 2016
Ministry of Urban Development has urged the 20 Smart Cities selected in the first round of competition to quickly firm up bankable projects for obtaining loan assistance from the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the World Bank and the BRICS Development Bank. This was conveyed by Shri Rajiv Gauba, Secretary (Urban Development) during a four hour long review meeting with the officials of 8 Smart Cities here today. Shri Gauba discussed progress regarding conversion in to specific projects of Smart City Plans of Ahmedabad, Surat, Pune, Bhubaneswar, Udaipur, Jaipur, Ludhiana and Jabalpur. ... more
Why to prefer funded projects for safe investment
Source: The Times of India Apr 06, 2016
There are several ways through which you can make your investment in residential real estate safe. One such important way is to prefer funded projects over others. There are several advantages of funded projects that make your home purchase safe. ... more
How to go about affordable housing bottlenecks
Source: The Times of India Apr 05, 2016
Large-scale affordable housing in cities is the greatest necessity of urban India today. Because Indian cities have such a severe shortfall on this front, we are seeing the proliferation of slums and unorganised real estate. These are detrimental to planned growth of our cities. ... more
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