affordability

Budget Housing Sizes See Most Decline in 5 Years – RealtyMyths

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants Properties within INR 40 lakh budget see 23% fall in average sizes – from 750 sq. ft. in 2014 to 580 sq. ft. in 2018 Avg. property sizes in the top 7 cities decline by 17% in 5 years; from 1,390 sq. ft. in 2014 to 1,100 sq. ft. in 2018 Bangalore sees...Read More

FY20 Real Estate Outlook: Liquidity is Key for Survival and Growth – RealtyMyths

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained an overall negative outlook on the real estate sector for FY20. Ind-Ra has a stable outlook for players in Tier-I residential real estate, commercial office and retail property development and operations and a negative outlook for the rest. Sector Co...Read More

InfraCo Asia Signs Agreement for Durgapur Affordable Housing Project

Through the Durgapur Affordable Housing project, PIDG company InfraCo Asia aims to develop more than 1,300 new units in Durgapur, a Tier 2 Indian city. InfraCo Asia Development Pte. Ltd. (InfraCo Asia), part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), today announced the signing of a Join...Read More

No Indian city on JLL’s list of top successful ones – What lessons can we learn?

JLL’s annual research report ‘Decoding City Performance: The Universe of City Indices’ covers more than 300 city indices in the world that measure all aspects of city life. JLL Global Research has partnered with Business of Cities, a city intelligence, and strategy group, to crunch 44 of the most rob...Read More

Buy Vs. Rent – Middle Class Aspirations

The middle class always dreamt of owning a house till the late 1980s. People saved money for years to have that one moment of ownership. A home without rent was considered the final destination, whose journey was followed by years of struggle and scrimping. It was like attaining mental peace or getti...Read More

The advantages of a pre-approved home loan

A self-owned home is the dream of every Indian, and all of us want to see ourselves being able to go in for it one day. When that day comes, the last thing we want is any reason for delay or insecurity to cloud the decision. This is especially true if one is a first-time home buyer. Obviously, the mo...Read More

Residential Property Prices Rose By Only 3.3% In Mumbai & Suburbs In 2015

Ramesh Nair – COO – Business & International Director, JLL India A sign of any residential market’s increasing maturity is evidenced by gentler price appreciation – a process which has been very much in evidence in the country’s financial capital. The average residential property prices in ...Read More

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