GST- Will buying homes become easier?

With the entire nation discussing about GST, it’s surely expected to have some relevance. Why are people actually discussing GST? Is it the hope of the improved economy? Are the prices going to drop after the implementation of GST? Will it ensure more transparency in the real estate sector? Will buying a home become easier? […]

Upcoming Real estate Investment destinations – Neral,Karjat, Mumbai Beyond Thane

The value of homes and mortgages in an area can determine the situation of the real estate market in the same area. The real estate market in India is growing up. There are states developing with good infrastructure and the markets looks competitive. This sector is divided into four segments like housing, retail, hospitality and […]

Mission Transparency in Realty

Transformed Futuristic Development – SMART CITIES

Smart Cities: Need of the Hour

Smart city has become a buzzword, thanks to PM Narendra Modi’s vision of creating 100 smart cities. The urban agenda of the Modi government is inextricably linked to the economic vision of creating centres of investment for private capital. In the Election Manifesto of the BJP, the section urban policy was titled “Urban Areas – High Growth Centres” with an explanatory note which states, “our cities should no longer remain a reflection of poverty and bottlenecks. Rather they should become symbols of efficiency, speed and scale.”
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By |November 21st, 2014|News|0 Comments

RBI Monetary Policy -The Impact on Real Estate

“In line with the recent initiatives of the government as well as the RBI to push for growth in infrastructure and real estate – specifically affordable housing – the additional funds allocated in the hands of commercial banks through a SLR (Statutory Liquidity Ratio) cut is positive for both these sectors. The investment cycle is picking up, as is evidenced by the recent Index of Industrial Production (IIP) and Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) numbers. Therefore, banks’ willingness to lend the excess liquidity generated to these priority sectors is likely to be high. As far as interest rates are concerned, the real estate sector will have to wait a little longer for a rate cut” says Chairman & Country Head, JLL India.

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By |August 7th, 2014|Affordable Housing, News|0 Comments

“Affordable Housing in India” – A report by JLL

A report on Affordable housing in India by JLL highlights that a major section of urban population in India is struggling for decent, reasonably priced homes. Development of large-scale affordable housing is the greatest requirement of urban India today.
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By |July 28th, 2014|Affordable Housing, News, Reports|0 Comments