Affordable Housing

Real Estate Expectations from Modi 2.0 – RealtyMyths

Since Modi came to power in 2014, people discussed many decisions taken by the govt. We thought that it will be good to discuss the various decisions taken by Modi govt. from 2014 to 2019, which changed the entire landscape of real estate marketing in India. This will also set the agenda of 2019 to 2...Read More

Can Housing for All by 2022 Become a Reality under Modi 2.0?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants Among the many flagship initiatives taken up during Modi 1.0, ‘Housing for All by 2022’ seemed highly ambitious – indeed, over-ambitious – though doubtlessly noble in intent. It certainly struck the right chord, and many of its beneficiar...Read More

Branded Real Estate Gaining Momentum; Share rises to 56% of Overall Supply

by Prashant Thakur What’s in a name? For Indian homebuyers and investors today – a lot. In metros as well as tier 2 and tier 3 cities, a real estate developer’s brand name wields considerable clout. Real estate players with high-recall brands have upped their game and accounted for a whopping 56% sha...Read More

Wadhwa Group to invest in the 1st two phases of Wadhwa Wise City

The Wadhwa Group, one of India’s leading real estate development companies and a prominent realty player in Mumbai, is planning investments of Rs 2200 crores in the first two phases of Wadhwa Wise City. Estimated revenues from these phases of the first integrated township project in NAINA (Navi Mumba...Read More

Tulip Infratech hands over possession of Tulip Lemon Affordable Housing

Successfully delivering homes to its clients year after year via group housing projects, Tulip Infratech, one of the major forces to reckon with in the Real estate sector, has yet again reiterated its success through its prestigious Affordable Housing project ‘Tulip Lemon’ located in sector-69, Gurga...Read More

What should a home buyer trust more: brand endorsement or brand engagement? – RealtyMyths

by Akhilesh K Prasad, Real estate projects these days often come with celebrity endorsements. From film stars such as Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone to cricketers such as Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni, many have endorsed real estate projects. But how effective is such an endorsement?...Read More

Modi Returns, Will The Real Estate Reforms Return Too!

Modi is back! Yes, a month-long festival of democracy came to an end with the verdict going in favor of the Narendra Modi-led NDA government. Remarkably, this time the brand Modi broke its own record and came back with more seats than 2014. Among all, the business community was the one which started ...Read More

Real Estate Expects ‘Single Window Clearance’ From Narendra Modi’s New Government

by Abhishek Sharma Partner, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas The real estate sector is facing challenging times and is under tremendous pressure despite the measures taken by the Government so far. Enactment of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA), reducing rate of Goods and Services Ta...Read More

Prefabrication to redefine the future of real estate sector in India – RealtyMyths

 by Mr Madhusudhan G., Chairman & MD, Sumadhura Group The concept of prefabrication is gaining prominence in the real estate industry. The entry of prefabricated homes in India has paved the way to innovative and technologically advanced construction and design methods. This technology can be use...Read More

NRI Investors Zero in on Indian Real Estate’s Revival Signals – RealtyMyths

by Shajai Jacob, CEO – GCC (Middle East) ANAROCK Property Consultants Riding on a wave of economic reforms, improving transparency and better governance, foreign investments in Indian real estate are set to scale new heights. With laws now allowing 100% FDI (foreign direct investment) in constr...Read More

Housing for All: Promises and Facts – RealtyMyths

by Anushree Ghosh, The Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana was introduced by PM Narendra Modi on June 1, 2015. The scheme was meant to provide affordable housing to all the urban poor by 2022. The beneficiaries included Economically Weaker Section (EWS), Middle Income Group (MIG) and Low Income Group (LIG), w...Read More

Bengal’s Thika Tenancy Act: Things You Should Know – RealtyMyths

by Anushree Ghosh Thika Tenancy and the new amendments Before 1949, “Thika Tenancy” existed in Calcutta and Howrah region of West Bengal. In this system of tenancy, the landlord would give away a piece of land to a tenant with the right to develop a temporary structure “Kachcha Ghar”, which can be fu...Read More

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