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  • Housing Sales Decline 30% in 2014: CBRE

    Housing Sales Decline 30% in 2014: CBRE

    "Residential sales declined by approximately 30 per cent y-o-y by the end of 2014 in the seven leading cities of the country, largely due to high price points, sticky interest rates and cautious buyer sentiments," CBRE South Asia CMD Anshuman Magazine said in a statement.

  • Housing Sales May Not Recover in FY16: India Ratings

    Housing Sales May Not Recover in FY16: India Ratings

    Housing sales are unlikely to recover in the next fiscal year (2015-16) as high property prices have made residential units unaffordable for end-users, India Ratings & Research said while maintaining a negative to stable outlook on the real estate sector.

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  • REITs to be 'Booster Rocket' for Investments: JLL India

    REITs to be 'Booster Rocket' for Investments: JLL India

    Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs will be a "booster rocket" for investments coming into India and realty players are awaiting more clarity on the proposed new instrument, JLL India chairman and country head Anuj Puri has said.

  • Haryana Government Fixes Prices of Affordable Homes

    Haryana Government Fixes Prices of Affordable Homes

    Prices of affordable houses have been fixed by the Haryana government keeping in mind the lower-middle and middle segments of the society, Tulip Infratech Pvt Ltd chief Parveen Jain said on Sunday.

  • CCI Order Soon on Case Related to Realty Sector

    CCI Order Soon on Case Related to Realty Sector

    The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is expected to soon finalise its order on alleged unfair business practices in the real estate sector, a matter where around 20 entities have come under its scanner.

  • RBI Rate Cut to Boost Housing Demand: Realty Developers

    RBI Rate Cut to Boost Housing Demand: Realty Developers

    The real estate industry on Thursday hailed the Reserve Bank of Indias decision to cut key interest rate, saying the move will boost housing demand and also improve sentiment in the sluggish property market.

  • Rate Cut Doesn't Change India's Sovereign Credit Profile: Fitch

    Rate Cut Doesn't Change India's Sovereign Credit Profile: Fitch

    The Reserve Bank of India's unexpected 25 basis points rate cut does not change the country's sovereign credit profile, an analyst at Fitch Ratings told Reuters on Thursday.

  • Foreign Investors in London Property Market Force Locals Out

    Foreign Investors in London Property Market Force Locals Out

    Tough foreign competition in the London commercial property market is forcing local investors to invest in regional cities to tap rising rents there, with many making purchases privately to avoid auctions or even building office blocks from scratch.

  • Google Capital Invests in Property Website Commonfloor

    Google Capital Invests in Property Website Commonfloor

    Property search website Commonfloor.com has received funding from Google Capital, an equity fund backed by Google Inc, the online portal said in a statement on Thursday.

  • Housing.com Assures No Fake listings, Only Real Photos

    IITians' 2-Year-Old Firm Valued at Rs. 1500 Crore

    Other similar platforms allow agents or brokers to upload any property listing without physical verification, resulting in many fake listing, Housing.com said.

  • Land Law Changes Balance Development, Compensation: Jaitley

    Land Law Changes Balance Development, Compensation: Jaitley

    Brushing aside criticism against changes in land acquisition laws, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday that the amendments would ensure higher compensation to land owners while fulfilling developmental needs of the country.

  • New IITs, IIMs: Infosys, Contractor Suggestions May Be Sought

    New IITs, IIMs: Infosys, Contractor Suggestions May Be Sought

    The government has decided to seek suggestions from software giant Infosys and famed architect Hafeez Contractor to develop a model architectural plan for setting up new IITs and IIMs.

  • Housing Sales Likely to Jump in 7 Indian Cities in 2015: Report

    Housing Sales Likely to Jump in 7 Indian Cities in 2015: Report

    Housing sales are estimated to rise this year to 1.92 lakh units in Indias top seven cities on expectations of a cut in interest rate and stable prices, according to property consultant JLL India.

  • DDA Refund Issue: Defaulting Banks May Get Blacklisted

    DDA Refund Issue: Defaulting Banks May Get Blacklisted

    Allaying apprehensions of the unsuccessful applicants of its 'Housing Scheme 2014' who are yet to receive the refund of their deposits, the Delhi Development Authority or DDA has said that a camp could soon be held at its headquarters for the purpose even as it hinted that the defaulting banks could be "blacklisted".

  • DDA's Next Housing Scheme in December 2016

    DDA's Next Housing Scheme in December 2016

    Top DDA officials said while about 40,000 flats would be ready by year-end, remaining would be completed next year.

  • Ashiana Housing To Enter Chennai, Kolkata; Eyes Pune

    Ashiana Housing To Enter Chennai, Kolkata; Eyes Pune

    The Delhi-based firm which has its presence in Jamshedpur, Bhiwadi, Jaipur, Neemrana, Jodhpur, Hallol in Gujarat and in Lavasa, near Mumbai, says the the bulk of its sales are between the January to March period and expects the next three montsh to be fruitful.

  • Land Acquisition Ordinance Gets Presidential Assent

    Land Acquisition Ordinance Gets Presidential Assent

    The Ordinance on Land Acquisition Act envisaging procuring land for industrial corridors, rural infrastructure, defence and housing received Presidential assent on Wednesday.

  • Clariant Chemicals Completes Rs 1,154-Cr Land Deal With Lodha

    Clariant Chemicals Completes Rs 1,154-Cr Land Deal With Lodha

    Clariant Chemicals (India) has completed the sale of 87 acres of land near Mumbai to realty major Lodha Group and received Rs 1,102.5 crore in full and final payment.

  • Singapore's Ascendas to Invest Rs 600 crore in Indian Property Developer

    Singapore's Ascendas to Invest Rs 600 crore in Indian Property Developer

    Ascendas will initially invest Rs 260 crore via listed non-convertible debentures and the remainder by taking a stake in a Paranjape unit developing a commercial project in Pune close to the financial capital of Mumbai.

  • Housing Sales Dip in 2014; Realtors Eye Turnaround in New Year

    Housing Sales Dip in 2014; Realtors Eye Turnaround in New Year

    Developers were hopeful that property market, which has been witnessing demand slowdown since last few years, would be back on track in second half of 2014 on improved sentiments after the new government came to power but that did not happen and rather housing sales were slow even during festive season.

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