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  • Office Space Absorption Up 11% in Delhi-NCR

    Office Space Absorption Up 11% in Delhi-NCR

    "Office space in Delhi NCR witnessed total take-up of 1.38 million sq. ft. in Q2, representing a decrease of 18 per cent q-o-q (quarter-on-quarter) but an increase of 11 per cent y-o-y (year-on-year)," DTZ said in its report 'Property Times Delhi NCR Q2 2014'.

  • REITs: A New Alternative for Real Estate Investors

    REITs: A New Alternative for Real Estate Investors

    You can soon own some office space even with a small sum just like the owning a share gives you a small bite of the company.

  • Residential Segment to Revive in Q4 of 2014

    Residential Segment to Revive in Q4 of 2014

    Due to low consumer confidence during last year and even in the first half of 2014, residential property absorption levels reduced significantly resulting in an increase in inventory levels and correction in prices, according to ratings agency Care Ratings.

  • Mumbai's Office Space Leasing to Pick up in 2015: CBRE

    Mumbai's Office Space Leasing to Pick up in 2015: CBRE

    Office space leasing activity in the city is not expected to move significantly before next year although the sentiment in the real estate sector is witnessing some improvement, says property consultant CBRE.

  • Office Space Leasing Up 26% in April-June in Top 7 Cities

    Office Space Leasing Up 26% in April-June in Top 7 Cities

    "The quarter saw an approximately 26 per cent increase in quarter-on-quarter total office space absorption across these prime locations, from a little more than 6 million sq ft in Q1 2014 to nearly 8 million sq ft in Q2 2014 - signalling the generation of reasonable employment opportunities," CBRE said in a statement.

  • Ceebros Property Development Seeks Government Cooperation for Housing Projects

    Ceebros Property Development Seeks Government Cooperation for Housing Projects

    "There is demand for affordable housing. But cooperation from government is also necessary like offering special packages", Ceebros Property Development Chairman C Subba Reddy told PTI here.

  • New home launches fall by one-third in Delhi NCR: Cushman & Wakefield

    New home launches fall by one-third in Delhi NCR: Cushman & Wakefield

    National capital region (NCR) saw a decline of 33 per cent in new launches this year at 38,411 units compared with 57,098 flats in the year-ago period.

  • Supreme Court sets aside High Court order on flat owners' right on 'common areas'

    Supreme Court sets aside High Court order on flat owners' right on 'common areas'

    The High Court had asked the competent authority to decide the objections of the owners the Silver Oaks Apartments at Gurgaon to the declaration filed by DLF Ltd by which they were deprived of their rights.

  • Beijing divorces soar over property tax

    Beijing divorces soar over property tax

    Nearly 40,000 couples divorced in the Chinese capital in the first nine months of this year, up 41 per cent on the same period in 2012, the Beijing Youth Daily said, citing official figures.

  • RBI's new home loan norms will push property prices higher: DLF

    RBI's new home loan norms will push property prices higher: DLF

    The central bank on Tuesday said upfront disbursal of lump sum loans should not be made in case of incomplete or housing projects under construction. It also asked lenders to stop "innovative housing loan schemes," popularly known as 80:20 and 75:25 schemes.

  • Rupee depreciation may boost NRI investments in realty sector

    Rupee depreciation may boost NRI investments in realty sector

    According to real estate consultancy firm Cushman & Wakefield, the depreciation in rupee provides a psychological boost to both non-resident Indians as well as developers.

  • Real Estate Bill seeks to protect middle class interests: Ajay Maken

    Real Estate Bill seeks to protect middle class interests: Ajay Maken

    The government will introduce the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill in the next session of Parliament, Minister for Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation Ajay Maken said on Wednesday. Parliament is likely to meet for its Monsoon Session in July.

  • Puravankara to sell upto 2.15 crore shares via IPP route

    Puravankara to sell upto 2.15 crore shares via IPP route

    Realty firm Puravankara Projects today said it will issue up to 2.15 crore equity shares, worth about Rs 210 crore, to institutional investors.

  • Home prices near most-affordable levels in over 30 years: HDFC

    Home prices near most-affordable levels in over 30 years: HDFC

    Home prices may have been on an upward spiral for many years, but the cost of owning a house in India remains near the most affordable level in over three decades, shows data compiled by mortgage giant HDFC Ltd.

  • DLF sells 32-acre plot in Hyderabad for about Rs 650 crore

    DLF sells 32-acre plot in Hyderabad for about Rs 650 crore

    Realty major DLF has sold 32 acre of land in Hyderabad for about Rs 650 crore to Suvarnabhoomi Developers as part of its strategy to exit from the non-core assets and reduce debt.

  • Tata Housing project gets bookings worth Rs 450 crore in 1 day

    Tata Housing project gets bookings worth Rs 450 crore in 1 day

    Tata Housing, which adopted the initial public offering strategy to sell apartments, said it has received subscription worth Rs 450 crore in a single day for its newly launched project in Gurgaon.

  • Sun, surf and sand: Nothing fishy about beach houses

    Sun, surf and sand: Nothing fishy about beach houses

    Owning a beach house, however, requires deep pockets not just because of the rising prices of beachside properties, but also because it involves large maintenance costs. But if sun, surf and sand are what you desire, there's no looking further.

  • Which house to buy, under-construction or ready-to-move?

    Which house to buy, under-construction or ready-to-move?

    Home buyers are always looking for the best deal they can find with the available resources and time. Now, more than ever, real estate prices are subdued and buyers are active in the market.

  • Why Gurgaon is a better property destination than Noida

    Why Gurgaon is a better property destination than Noida

    Home sales rose across most major markets in the country between January and March 2013 compared to last quarter of 2012, thanks to new project launches at attractive prices and the discount schemes on offer. Expectations of further rate cuts on home loans and the impending revival of the economy is likely to further fuel demand for new homes.

  • Realty: New launches, discounts boosted sales in January-March

    Realty: New launches, discounts boosted sales in January-March

    New launches and discounts offered by real estate developers have resulted in pick-up of sales volumes across cities during January-March, a report by US financial major Merrill Lynch said.

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