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World's ultra rich hold a fifth of their wealth in real estate
Source: The Financial Express Jan 15, 2014
The world's super rich people hold a fifth of their wealth in property, estimated at USD 5,328 billion, while Asia's ultra rich have a greater share in real estate, a report says. According to international real estate advisor Savills, in association with Wealth-X, property accounts for about a fifth of the invested wealth of almost 200,000 ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWIs) in the world. ... more
Real Estate sector goes one notch up!
Source: The Times of India Jan 13, 2014
Marking its first announcement in the new-year, RealtoExpress announces strategic alliance with SparkTG today. The two industry experts have now joined hands to develop an integrated solution for Real Estate Consultants. With this integration the best of RealtoExpress CRM Platform will be synced in with the SparkTG IVR features; truly putting a one stop solution to Consultant's office management and business process requirements. ... more
Five things real estate developer's wish in 2014
Source: The Times of India Jan 13, 2014
As we have entered 2014, developers across the country has pinned their hopes that the New Year brings growth and development for the real estate industry in India. The real estate developers feel that the sector has huge growth potential and if some things are taken care of, they can meet new goals and opportunities. The first five things on their wish list are as follows: ... more
Demand for office space set to perk up
Source: The Times of India Jan 07, 2014
In 2014, the real estate market is likely to see an increase in activity. Sanjay Dutt, Executive Managing Director (South Asia), Cushman and Wakefield, says, “With the economy expecting more stability in the post-election phase from 2014, the absorption trend is also expected to pick pace, especially in established markets of Bangalore, Mumbai, and the NCR.” Dutt says that the office market is expected to remain attractive for occupiers with steady increase in absorption. “We expect growth to set in from the second half of 2014, when an increase in leasing activities on account of entry of new companies into the country, the expansion of existing companies, and indeed relocation and consolidation activities that are expected to continue kick in,” Dutt said. ... more
ANMI Convention on sustaining growth in turbulence
Source: The Times of India Jan 06, 2014
Focusing on the twin issues of domestic investors’ role and challenges for regulators, the Association of National Exchange Members of India (ANMI) will hold its 7th annual international convention on January 10 and 11, 2014 in the capital with the theme being “Sustaining investment growth in turbulent economic scenario”. ... more
New home launches in Bangalore break records
Source: The Times of India Jan 06, 2014
The country’s IT capital saw the highest number of new residential property launches between January and September of 2013 among Indian cities. The final number for the year could be the highest ever for the city. ... more
Own a house in Mumbai in just Rs 10-30 lakh
Source: The Times of India Jan 06, 2014
With property values increasing at a brisk pace, owning a house in Mumbai has become a dream for many. And more so, if you have a restricted budget of Rs 10-30 lakh. But here’s a reason to cheer as here is an area in Mumbai where ‘affordability’ is still a reality. ... more
Single Window Clearance system to be priority in 2014
Source: The Times of India Dec 27, 2013
The NCR Chapter of Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India or CREDAI-NCR has mooted a proposal to intensify its efforts for a single window clearance for projects. In a meeting to take stock of 2013, Anil Kumar Sharma, president, CREDAI-NCR & CMD, Amrapali Group and the members of the body were of the view that unnecessary and sometimes motivated delays in clearances of projects and subsequently in issuing the NOC for possession purposes are not only affecting the buyers but also negatively impacting the developers. In the view of experience faced during 2013, the members supported a proposal for concerted and sustained efforts for making the single-window clearance system a reality in 2014. ... more
Global property investing to reach 7-yr high in 2014
Source: The Financial Express Dec 27, 2013
Global property investing activity is set to hit a seven-year high by volume in 2014, led in part by growing confidence in financial markets and with activity in Europe and Asia expected to heat up, a report said on Friday. Property consultant Cushman & Wakefield said it sees global investment volumes rising by up to 15% next year, after climbing an estimated 8.4% to $978 billion in 2013. ... more
Ensuring affordable housing for migrant poor
Source: The Economic Times Dec 27, 2013
The latest National Sample Survey Organisation report shows a significant decline in the number of slum households in urban areas. The number came down by 32% to 33,150 in 2012 compared to 49,000 in 2009, though experts have raised doubts. ... more
Don't expect real estate prices to crack over next 1-2 quarters: Edelweiss Financial Services
Source: The Economic Times Dec 27, 2013
In a chat with ET Now, Ambareesh Baliga, Managing Partner-Global Wealth Management, Edelweiss Financial Services, shares his views on real estate space. ... more
Construction cost up 25-30% in last four years, says JLL
Source: The Hindu Business Line Dec 26, 2013
The absolute cost of construction has increased 25-30 per cent over the last four years and the capital values have gone up by about 20 per cent in major cities in the country, according to real estate consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle. ... more
Moily eases state-level green clearance norms for industry
Source: The Economic Times Dec 26, 2013
The environment ministry has eased the environmental clearance process for industry, particularly at the state level. In some projects relating to mining of minor minerals, river sand mining, thermal power plants with less than 5MW capacity, the ministry has done away with the mandatory environmental impact assessments and public hearings. ... more
Lower home loan rates may not lower EMIs soon
Source: The Economic Times Dec 26, 2013
Many home loan customers are hopeful of a substantial reduction in EMIs in 2014. The recent decision of State Bank of India, ICICI Bank and HDFC to lower their home loan rates on the back of RBI's decision to hold key policy rates has further fuelled expectations of a meaningful easing of interest rates in the coming year. Karthik Srinivasan, senior vice-president and co-head, financial sector ratings, Icra, believes interest rates will head downwards in the second half of 2014. ... more
Mall space availability to rise to over 95 mn sq ft in 2015
Source: The Economic Times Dec 26, 2013
Total mall space availability across seven top cities is expected to increase by almost 26 per cent to 95.7 million square feet by 2015, a recent survey said. The stock in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune is expected to increase from 76 million sqft in 2013 to 95.7 million sqft in 2015, said a survey by property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle. ... more
When city governments delay projects, consumers pay the price
Source: The Times of India Dec 22, 2013
To make real estate affordable to consumers and the Real Estate Regulation & Development Bill 2013 more effective, Geetamber Anand, president elect of CREDAI (Confederation of Real estate Associations of India) asked the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) Real Estate Committee to champion a nine-point agenda. ... more
2014 to bring in hope for real estate sector
Source: The Times of India Dec 22, 2013
As the year 2013 becomes part of our collective memory, a quick rap up leaves us enriched with the experience of the passing year. It was both exciting and disappointing year for the Indian real estate sector. While the introduction of the Real Estate Regulatory Bill in Lok Sabha and consent to the Land Acquisition Bill in the parliament will reap benefits in the future, slowing economy left the real estate fraternity disappointing from the point of view of expectations. The RBI’s bold decision to hold the REPO rate at the end of the year has helped the sector enter the New Year with optimism in air. ... more
Mortgage guarantee more than just a safety net
Source: Livemint Dec 22, 2013
All over the world, the housing market has been a key contributor to shaping an economy. Predictably so, as most of the economies are driven by consumer spending and this becomes the single most important criterion to shape the housing market. Consumer confidence, increased earnings, high individual income leveraging capacity and the risk taking ability of the banking ecosystem has defined the housing market. However, a critical component of the story has been the role of mortgage guarantee (MG), popularly known as mortgage insurance in other parts of the world. ... more
Using FDI to buy farm land: Govt plans more consultations
Source: The Hindu Business Line Dec 22, 2013
The Government plans more inter-ministerial consultations on allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) for purchase of agricultural land for construction development projects. Discussions likely The Ministers of Urban Development, Finance and Commerce & Industry are likely to meet to examine the matter in the light of Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) regulations and see if they can be incorporated in the amended FDI policy for the construction development sector, an official from the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) told Business Line. ... more
Bansdroni offers cheaper apartments than neighboring areas
Source: The Times of India Dec 16, 2013
Bansdroni located in the South Kolkata, witnessing large scale of residential developments offering property at a competitive price in comparison to neighbouring areas such as Garia, Tollygunje, EM Bypass and Jodhpur Park. Apartment values are Rs 500-1000 per sq ft cheaper in Bansdroni. ... more
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