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Could the new airport be a game changer?
Source: The Times of India Apr 05, 2016
Airports have always proven beneficial to cities in terms of their potential to boost real estate development and overall economic activity. In the first place, they enhance business activity, and this brings with it a greater demand for commercial real estate. The housing market of any city has close correlation with its commercial activity - business spawns employment, and employment spawns purchasing power and therefore appetite for home ownership. It also boosts the requirement for rental housing from transient workforces. ... more
Infratweets: NIIF fuelled with oil money
Source: The Financial Express Mar 30, 2016
Tweet: Just heard about Cabinet clearing the MoU between UAE & India for a whopping US$75 billion inv in the Nat Inv & Infra Fund. Game changer! ... more
New trend of city going vertical helps save energy
Source: The Times of India Mar 30, 2016
The concept of a vertical city is fascinating and attractive to some people, and may be totally repulsive to others. In principle, living and working in a building of high storeys makes a great deal of sense; it prevents the loss of farmland and natural greenbelts, it reduces air pollution (since all commuting is vertical where the distances are much shorter and the transport mechanism much more efficient) and reduces the need for all the roads that service horizontal cities, so people can just walk out into parkland. ... more
Builders can’t withhold registration charges under new policy
Source: The Times of India Mar 30, 2016
In a major relief to homebuyers, the department of town and country planning (DTCP) has come up with a new policy to curb unauthorised retention of investors' money by builders on account of registration charges. ... more
$1 trillion to enter global real estate markets in 2016
Source: The Economic Times Mar 30, 2016
Global real estate investors remain strongly expansionary in 2016, with more than US$1 trillion of planned expenditures anticipated to enter global real estate markets—6% higher than in 2015, according to the CBRE Global Investor Intentions Survey 2016. ... more
Industry cheers as parliament gives nod to RERA
Source: The Times of India Mar 17, 2016
Real Estate Bill finally gets a go ahead. Read on to know how the real estate fraternity reacts- S K Sayal, MD & CEO, Bharti Reality Ltd. ... more
Know the advantages of ready to move in homes
Source: The Times of India Mar 17, 2016
A new home is a dream many cherish. It is never a daunting task if planned well. A home always entails a large budget and loan. Invariably, the repayment stretches across most of one's working years. ... more
What increases the market value of your property
Source: The Times of India Mar 09, 2016
The real estate market and its growth is dependent on various factors. Investing in the realty market can reward you with good returns if the factors that affect the value of the property are in your favour. ... more
CRISP to offer consulting services to Smart City
Source: The Times of India Mar 08, 2016
Smart city is a huge project that aims at the improvement of the city and renewal by redevelopment as a strategy. The entire management of this Smart city requires a master plan. This plan assesses various opportunities, strengths and weakness of that plan. While in all of this CRISP will play a pivotal role of supporting and anchoring the entire plan by providing the management tools. CRISP has the capability of skilling the required manpower and provide necessary consulting services for smooth functioning of the operations and management works ... more
Budget 2016 expected to address education infra, quality
Source: The Financial Express Feb 17, 2016
The Indian education sector with its sheer size and potential for social impact is difficult to ignore for our finance minister. Yet, the sector has not been able to garner adequate interest or funds from the government since Independence. Last year, a series of reformatory steps were announced by the administrative ministry; however, there are still a number of issues around infrastructure, quality, and public funding which the forthcoming Budget is expected to address. ... more
Budget 2016 expected to address education infra, quality
Source: The Financial Express Feb 17, 2016
The Indian education sector with its sheer size and potential for social impact is difficult to ignore for our finance minister. Yet, the sector has not been able to garner adequate interest or funds from the government since Independence. Last year, a series of reformatory steps were announced by the administrative ministry; however, there are still a number of issues around infrastructure, quality, and public funding which the forthcoming Budget is expected to address. ... more
ET GBS: Do not be afraid of technology disruption, says Randi Zuckerberg
Source: The Economic Times Feb 01, 2016
Randi Zuckerberg urged people, especially women in India to have a spirit of innovation and not be afraid of technology disruption. ... more
Cities do not become smart on their own
Source: Financial Chronicle Jan 30, 2016
Economic growth without ‘smart direction’ can lead to compromised infrastructure and unregulated real estate development What makes a city, a great place to live and work in? The question is pertinent, given that by 2030, 5 billion people - or about 60 per cent of the world’s entire population - will live in cities. ... more
Realtors see business opportunity from smart city projects
Source: The Times of India Jan 30, 2016
Realtor's body CREDAI on January 29 hailed the selection of first 20 cities for 'Smart City' programme, saying the initiative would provide great opportunity for the real estate development, particularly in the affordable home segment, with improvement in infrastructure of these towns. ... more
Go hi-tech to secure property
Source: The Times of India Jan 28, 2016
Be it residential or commercial, one of the foremost things one considers when evaluating a property is its security feature. Now that safety has assumed such prime importance, security measures in the real estate market have also grown. While security is of great concern to commercial establishments, it is by no means insignificant where residential premises too are concerned. We take a look at the traditional and advanced security arrangements that you can easily install to make your premises as safe as possible. ... more
Decor trend - Let the house speak metals
Source: The Times of India Jan 28, 2016
Let year 2016 be minimalist, eclectic yet contemporary. From wallpapers to accessories to furniture to mirrors, the upcoming year is here to see lots of metals coming together and adding oomph and freshness to the house interiors. The principle of using a single metal at a time in the designing has become outdated. The new trend suggests mastering the art of metallic mix. ... more
Change land acquisition dynamics
Source: Financial Chronicle Jan 22, 2016
Twain's pithy quote rings a conflicting note in the India of today. Land remains one of the most prized physical assets; its non-diminishing economic value increases manifold when it or even its surroundings are developed. ... more
Solution to affordable housing
Source: The Times of India Jan 19, 2016
Going vertical is important to achieve the target of providing houses for all. Owning a home is the most important form of social security. It is a proxy for one's social standing and prestige. But homes are expensive. Land, especially with basic infrastructure in place, remains a limited commodity. So, the answer to affordable housing is high-rise apartments. ... more
Tips to keep in mind while investing in 2016
Source: The Times of India Jan 13, 2016
Space constraints have restricted the growth prospects of the realty market in Mumbai but the emerging pockets have now reignited the development expectations. The government is putting the impetus on infrastructure, thus strengthening the emerging locations and therefore, realty markets in these destinations are well set for a robust growth ... more
2016, a new dawn for real estate
Source: The Times of India Jan 05, 2016
The real estate sector witnessed its share of ups and downs in the year gone by. There were many startling lessons learnt as well. However, realty experts say that the year ahead will prove to be a game-changer. ... more
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