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‘Sudden Death’ for apartment funding

What is Apartment Funding? Apartment Funding (AF) is a fund-raising structure where the involved investors acquire real estate units at deeply discounted prices. It appears a similar structure to bulk buying; however, unlike in bulk buying, the developer needs to make coupon-linked payments to the in...Read More

Reforms to take Real Estate up by Storm

The present market dynamics have made way for bringing about a resurgence in the Indian real estate sector, bolstered by government-based initiatives and infiltration of global players into the local market. Pragmatic retail and commercial spaces which supplement the actual market demands are now mat...Read More

Real estate was long perceived as a traditional and conservative sector when it came to innovation – Rakesh Reddy

Rakesh Reddy, Director, Aparna Constructions & Estates is a brand explorer promoting and maintaining Aparna’s brand. He is primarily involved in developing strategies and executing tactics for the projects across Telangana & Andhra. He is also responsible for leveraging technology helping bri...Read More

The impact of GST on residential real estate

The switchover to the GST regime is undoubtedly one of the biggest tax reforms in post-independence India.  From July 1 2017, GST effectively cuts through a confounding Gordian knot of taxation complexity in the country. In other words, it replaces the multiple taxes levied by the central and state g...Read More

GST in Real Estate: No impact is good impact?

In the current scheme of things of India’s economy, the most contentious and the most complicated of all topics that is dominating all conversations is Goods and Services Tax, better known in its short form GST. As per the Government-identified rates, 12 % GST will be applicable on construction of bu...Read More

Project Management In India: Optimizing real estate value

Over the last few decades, India has undergone rapid industrialization – predominantly in the manufacturing ‘clusters’, most of which thrive in and around the metropolitan cities of the country. Some of the prime movers for this rapid growth have been the steady increase in per capita income pr...Read More

Pune’s retail real estate sector: The game gets real

While the demonetisation wave put a dampener on residential sales across India, the retail market was comparatively unaffected and showed good flexibility in terms of a steady consumer spending pattern. Pune’s retail market is receiving considerable investment attention from global retail players. Ma...Read More

Housing for All by 2022 – The Clock is Ticking

Affordable housing is not just about providing homes to the lower-income strata of society, though that is what the Modi government’s avowed intention behind the ‘Housing for All by 2022’ doubtlessly is. Affordable housing creation also has a direct and favourable correlation with t...Read More

#GST in Realty

Called the single most important economic reform post-independence the new regime of Goods and Services Tax is all set to replace the existing indirect tax structure and paradigm from 1st July 2017. It is all set to radically transform all the sectors of Indian economy, and the infrastructure segment...Read More

REITs, GST fuel increase in pan India grade-A warehousing stock

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) are soon going to be a reality in India. These, coupled with a growing demand for quality warehouses by the industry, are expected to lead to an increase of Grade-A and Grade-B warehousing stock across the country in the next ...Read More

Report: Delhi have the lowest propensity to buy properties

Post demonetization the Delhi real estate market has been sluggish. Buying a home is becoming a distant dream, in reality. Recently, TRA Research Buying Propensity Index (BPI) is a syndicated study shows that consumers in Delhi have the lowest propensity to buy properties, while sentiment in Mumbai i...Read More

Urbanization to generate investment in infrastructure to the tune of 20 trillion dollars by 2040

Mr. Ashish Kumar Singh, Principal Secretary, Public Works Department (PWD), Government of Maharashtra speaking at the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Conference  “Changing Dynamics of Real Estate Sector in India – The Growth Drivers, Investment Opportunities and Project Management Challenges” ...Read More

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