RM Reports

Affordable Housing: Are buyers really buying it affordably?

Affordable housing projects are now a commonly used and misused jargon in this sector. The foreplay between the government and the private builders on ‘Affordable Housing’ has put the buyers in a dilemma. The vacuum created in the market which is eventually still in struggling mode, is ki...Read More

Checkout these 5 important real estate developments

Souma Mukherjee/RealtyMyths JnB & Bridgestreet Global Hospitality Announced Partnerships With Three Leading Real Estate Developers of India JNB Group and BridgeStreet Global Hospitality, the leading solution for international serviced apartment experiences, announced new partnerships with three o...Read More

Modi’s 2 Years: A Lot Done, Achhe-Din Yet To Come

Santosh Sinha/RealtyMyths It’s been two years since Narendra Modi-led NDA made its way to form the government with a thumping victory in the year 2014 general elections.  With a promise to bring ‘Achchhe Din’, the NDA infused great hopes amongst the Indians here in the country as well as Diasporas li...Read More

Let’s deal with Sun in a cooler way!

Souma Mukherjee/RealtyMyths Call it global warming or anything else, the fact it summers are getting hotter every passing year. It mid-May and mercury has already crossed 50 degrees mark in most of the places in India. Hills too, are bearing the heat this year; forest fires have already destroyed acr...Read More

Benefits Of Green Open Spaces In Integrated Townships

India is witnessing an upsurge in the demand for homes in well-developed townships due to the challenges that ever-increasing urbanization is placing on the quality of life in the cramped city centers and suburbs. Many of India’s metros and other large cities have seen an unprecedented level of satur...Read More

Opens with a bang! UBM India’s Concrete Show India

 An industry congregation of over 150 Indian and global companies Concrete Show India 2016, the three day (19th – 21st May) trade show hosted by UBM India, commenced today at Bombay Convention and Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. The event was inaugurated by Chief Guest Shri. Eknath Sambhaji Shinde, Cabine...Read More

Guess the first Indian city in world’s list of “Zero water discharge city”

Jamshedpur, which ranked fourth on account of per capita water consumption, will be the first city of the country to become “zero sewerage discharge city” in a year’s time Only few city’s from the world are included in this list and Jamshedpur is the only city in India which w...Read More

Do you know the average age of office market?

The average age of office market In Mumbai, Delhi at Par With Singapore At 11 Years Latest JLL survey reveals that Beijing and Shanghai have the newest office stock in Asia-Pacific. Anuj Puri, Chairman & Country Head, JLL India The latest JLL survey on the average age of the most expensive office...Read More

Rainwater Harvesting should be mandatory for builders

– Kishor Pate, CMD – Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd. Rainwater is the cleanest source of freely available potable water. Practiced in urban residential projects, rainwater harvesting will be able to meet almost 50% of the city’s water needs. Households as well as commercial buildings can sa...Read More

The Reality of Real Estate Advertising!

“Real Estate is a product without the sensory appeals of touch, feel or sight. Hence its advertising needs to highlight rational, emotional benefits and meaningful points of difference for it to work” Arnab Chatterjee, Co-founder & Director, TreeFrogs Communication Advertising in Indi...Read More

‘Water Estate’ – Our nation’s water crisis

One lakh square feet of construction consume more than 9000 million litres of water – a quantity that can cater to the water requirement of 50 households for an entire year The Rain Gods have withheld their favour from India for two consecutive years now.  In a country where people tend to look upwar...Read More

Are you Buying A Home That You Can Grow Old In?

Good, affordably-priced housing is the essence of a happy and secure life for people of all ages. However, this is especially true for older citizens, or people aged 50 and above. Because housing is the largest single factor in the household budgets of most Indians, the cost of housing has a direct i...Read More

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