smart city

Tier 2 & 3 Cities the New Draws for over 25% Real Estate Investors

Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Nashik & Kochi top favourite among Tier 2 & 3 destinations Bangalore 2nd-most preferred investment destination with 21% votes in favour, followed by Pune with 18% For over 30% NRIs, Bangalore is the hot favourite investment hub Low property prices coupled with i...Read More

The Smart City Mission will change the way we perceive a city: Pratap Padode

Smart City Mission is Narendra Modi government’s one of the biggest and most ambitious projects. The government has already shortlisted the names of 100 cities to be converted ‘Smart’, it has sanctioned Rs 9,940 crore on the project so far. Though it is true that nothing specific ap...Read More

CREDAI, ANAROCK & Piramal Capital & Housing Finance Release Report on Nashik – Land of Opportunities

Piramal Capital & Housing Finance Announces the Launch of its Housing Finance Business in Nashik 25+ start-ups and 6,000 angel investors sharp-focusing on the city 726 MahaRERA registered projects in Nashik city out of 904 new and ongoing projects in Nashik ₹2,200 Crore as an estimated cost to tu...Read More

Smart City Mission – Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities Take the Lead

Santhosh Kumar, Vice Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants For a very long time, real estate developers and investors focused almost exclusively on the metros and tier 1 cities, as these were considered the safest bets for sales and returns on investment. After all, these cities were generating the...Read More

Central Housing Ministry Hands Over 210 Type II Redeveloped GPRA Flats to Allottees.

Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent charge) Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), Shri Hardeep Singh Puri in the presence of Secretary, MoHUA, Shri. Durga Shanker Mishra; and CMD, NBCC, Dr. A. K. Mittal today handed over 210 flats of Type II to allottees for possession under the Government Pool...Read More

How RERA is revolutionizing Indian real estate – Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants The Indian real estate industry, particularly the residential sector, was in the past correctly characterized as being unregulated and unorganized with unreasonable project delays and poor quality of construction being definitive aspects. The a...Read More

Election results play a big role in real estate consumer sentiment: Anuj Puri, ANAROCK Property

If you want to know what Indian Real Estate is and how it works, you just need to have a coffee with a person who has ‘Been There, Done That’. Yes, by spending almost three decades in the sector, Anuj Puri knows it all. He recently commenced his own venture, ANAROCK Property, disassociati...Read More

Refined Roads, Railways and Residences – Are we lucid dreaming?

Anushree Ghosh Growth and development cannot be achieved without expanding and improving the infrastructure of a nation, and the government of India has provided momentum to the process of infrastructural progress through powerful ideas. It includes roads, dams, electricity/internet connectivity, and...Read More

Mast March – Real estate rewind 2017

2017 was not less than a roller coaster ride for the real estate sector. Before flying into 2018, let’s peek into a year which was perhaps filled with uncertainty, volatility and long-term promise of new opportunities. Let’s look at RM top stories for the month of March which got maximum eyeballs.  M...Read More

Patna: An alternative destination for real estate investment

by Akhilesh K.Prasad Patna has a population of 1.7 million according to the 2011 census and stands as the biggest city in the east of India, after Kolkata. With a population growth rate of 22.34% between 2001 and2011, and a current population density of 1,823 inhabitants per square kilometre, the cit...Read More

The role of politics in socio-economic development: Relationship between politics and real estate

by Akhilesh Kumar Paul Keating once said, “Good economics is good politics.” I have reason to believe that the vice-versa is also true. Politics and socio-economic progress are almost inseparable. Government intention, policy initiative and implementation apart, the stability of regime and continuati...Read More

Smaller cities, bigger returns. Is it so?

With the options of investing in large Tier-I cities exhausting due to sky-rocketed prices of real estate, high labour charges, ever increasing logistics costs and stuffed dense habitations, investors are looking forwards for investing in Tier-II towns and cities, which seems more promising. This has...Read More

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