West Bengal

Weekly News Round Up – RealtyMyths

Hi guys, and welcome back to the weekly news roundup, where we talk about the current news in the real estate industry. So let’s begin!  Starting with the RBI policy changes. RBI cut the Key Repo rate by 0.25% to 6.25%. The central bank also changed its monetary policy stance to ‘neutral’ from the e...Read More

West Bengal housing to benefit from new IT& Electronics policy

Services is the fastest-growing sector with 15.6% growth in 2017-18 Housing prices declined in Q4 2016 after DeMo, but recovered within 4 quarters to register positive growth. West Bengal’s new IT policy to disseminate the IT-ITeS activities across the state for the benefit of the population in...Read More

Weekly News Roundup

Welcome back viewers and here are the weekly real estate and city infrastructure updates for you. Let’s start this week’s update from the Urban real estate. Real estate in India’s urban areas will reach about 8.2 billion sq. Ft. by 2025 and the role of the real estate sector to India’s GDP will be ar...Read More

RM Podcast – One Year of RERA, Hits and Misses

Saket Pathak & Santosh Sinha On May 1st, 2018, the Real Estate Regulatory Act, better known as RERA completed its first anniversary. After a long delay and multiple amendments, RERA was formally brought into action on May 1st, 2017 with the objective to ‘set in motion the process of making ...Read More

Ambiguous laws of regulation and definite laws of imposing penalty

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (Rera) was implemented in May 2016 to regulate the real estate sector, where the need for transparency has been felt for decades. It was intended to control transactions and increase the builder’s responsibility for smoothly delivering what was promise...Read More

India at 70, Real Estate Post Independence

India real estate market has gone through many tumultuous ways before crossing milestones. When the Britishers left India, real estate was left in a state of chaos and because of low demand the land prices were much more affordable but people didn’t consider real estate as an opportunity to invest. I...Read More

My Forest My Habitat – The Tribes of India

Tribes are the ‘Guardians of the forest’. The reserved forests of India are inhabited by different tribes, and the legacy is an ancient gift. Even epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata have mentioned about tribal occupancy amidst the jungle. According to the 2011 census, the tribal people comprise abou...Read More

The rural side of Bengal and its infrastructural evolution

West Bengal is a land well known for its rich folk and tribal culture. Since agriculture is the primary occupation in Bengal, most of the state’s population lives in villages. The rural side of Bengal is a true portrayal of the actual beauty of the state. In the form of food, structure, history, fest...Read More

Rural art in urban society: setting a new trend of fusion

Souma Mukherjee/RealtyMyths We may call ourselves urban class with a global exposure, when it comes to interior designing and decoration of our houses, ethnic remains our first choice. This is the power of our culture; we are connected to our roots, whatsoever.  Unfortunately, in this race of urbaniz...Read More

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