RM Reports

REAL ESTATE BILL ENTERS INTO FINAL STAGES

Protecting consumer interest and promoting smooth functioning of real estate segment for the ease of realty developers have been the few key points that the government is keen to look into. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill is designed to support a rational and unbiased play in realty...Read More

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES RELIEF FOR LAKHS

  Bringing a major relief and aid to the people living in illegal colonies across Delhi, Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party government ordered the registration of these properties. There are around 1650 unauthorized colonies in the capital city providing shelter to over 50 lakh residents. The Delhi go...Read More

Change of Guard at CREDAI-National

“The real estate sector is second-largest contributor to the country’s GDP. A guided effort can help the sector become one of the most preferred domains for investors, buyers and employees apart from the government bodies in days to come.” Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India ...Read More

A LOOK AT THE GDA BUDGET 2015 – 16

The Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) yesterday announced its general budget for the next financial year 2015 – 16. The key highlight from the budget has been the allocation of over Rs. 2,500 crores announced for development projects where extension of city’s metro network is will be its core obj...Read More

CONNECTIVITY: KEY TO REAL ESTATE GROWTH

Connectivity in a region plays a major role in the successful growth of a real estate property market. Decades back, Gurgaon and Noida were alien to most public as Delhi was regarded as the sole property hub. As a result, Delhi got the best of what real estate has in offer for today. As the demand fo...Read More

The Housing Gap – Improving Developer and Buyer Sentiment; Budget 2015

Authors:         Harpreet Singh, Partner, RAS – Real Estate and Construction, PwC Vijay KR, Associate Director, RAS – Real Estate and Construction, PwC Urbanization in India has grown by leaps and bounds in the last century, while growth in urban infrastructure and housing has fallen far behind. To p...Read More

REAL ESTATE REVIEW ON RBI POLICY 2015

The Indian economy is on an elevator of progress with inflation getting under control, a much slower WPI and CPI recently, fuelled with well contained fiscal deficit. At the same time, the RBI is working diligently to maintain the course and help revive the economy from a prolonged draught. Last mont...Read More

LOL is so over: Facebook study reveals ‘haha’ is how we laugh online

Dramatically simplify client-centric networks before world-class resources. Assertively synthesize synergistic technology with client-centered web services. Competently communicate fully researched information and sustainable e-markets. Authoritatively network standards compliant partnerships. Dynami...Read More

RBI’s NEW YEAR GIFT TO BOOST REAL ESTATE SECTOR

The Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) provided a much needed respite to the public and the sector by announcing a 25 basis point reduction in the repo rate this Thursday. This drop in the rate is RBI’s first positive step of this year which has brought the interest rate down to 7.75 percent from 8 percent ...Read More

IS NOIDA STILL A PREFERENCE FOR CUSTOMERS IN NCR FOR HOUSING?

After the recent successful execution of DDA and HUDA housing schemes, the housing sector in India has received a much needed demand boost. This year, DDA received a record breaking number of applications which goes to show the demand for housing. But still, it could not fulfil the dreams of lakhs of...Read More

AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECTS REDIFINING GURGAON REAL ESTATE MARKET

The initial footfall in the region of Gurgaon witnessed massive incursion of MNCs and global giants who had setup their head offices and plants & machinery. This ignited the industrial development in the region which later made way for infrastructural expansion. Once the region developed a decent...Read More

Environment ministry brings joy to thousands

Buyers of Noida recently got the news that they had been long waiting for; where the Union environment ministry decided upon extending the restrictive zone to only up to 100 mtrs. around the Okhla bird sanctuary. With this decision, 20,000 home buyers whose possession was stuck due to the earlier dec...Read More

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