If the conventional method of transporting cement, steel, bricks, sand, and other materials to the site to start construction were to have been followed, it would have taken a long time to build even half the houses needed to resettle all the families [...]
Mantri placed before the finance minister the policy framework which is necessary for the revival of Indian economy in general and the real estate sector in particular, a spokesman of Naredco (National Real Estate Development Council) said.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has identified 98 different parameters as components for computing the ease-of-doing-business index.
These 98 components have been [...]
Friends and relatives are an immediate source of information, but what loan seekers need is credible and researched data rather than hearsay.
Here are five common home loan truths that you need to know before applying for a home loan: You may not always benefit from repo rate cut: If you are a borrower who has taken loan before 2010, you might wonder why you have a higher loan [...]
GK I came up in 1960s–largely developed by DLF Limited when Delhi government allowed private developers to build colonies–and is today counted amongst the most affluent neighborhoods in the city.
Connectivity is one of the several factors that lead to the rising [...]
The period from April to June is market season for the real estate, as parents tend to relocate their homes in a bid to get closer to the schools of their children.
The real estate market is buzzing with activities with buyers return ing to the market in the NCR to seal deals, slowly but surely.
“As summer vacation is not far away, more and more serious buyers will throng the market to book flats,“ Samir Jasuja, head of PropEquity, says.
Summer is the time of transfers and re location; the time of school admissions and locating houses nearer to [...]
Urbanization in India has been a victim of systemic inefficiencies and a policy vacuum, says Kushagr Ansal, whole time director of Ansal Housing.
Kushagr Ansal, whole time director of Ansal Housing, says that creating a smart city is not just about creating physical infrastructure like roads, clean water, power, etc, in an interview with Times Property.
Excerpt from the interview:
WHAT IS THE CURRENT STATUS OF REAL ESTATE? IS IT RIGHT TIME TO BUY OR INVEST?
The market is fundamentally strong but going through a recessionary phase. The situation is not as bad as it is being projected.
NEW DELHI: Private equity (PE) investment in the real estate sector fell by 5.6 per cent to Rs 5,170 crore in the first quarter this year, over the previous three months, says property consultant Cushman & Wakefield.
It was, however, up by 84 per cent over the January-March period of last year.
“Private Equity (PE) funds invested about Rs 5,170 crore (USD 829.8 million) in the real estate sector in the first quarter of 2015, a decline of 5.6 per cent from the previous quarter,” the consultant said in its latest report ‘Investment Marketbeat’ for Q1, 2015.
PE investments in realty sector declined during Q1, [...]