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  • Realty Stocks Jump on FDI Relaxation; Orbit, Sobha Lead

    Realty Stocks Jump on FDI Relaxation; Orbit, Sobha Lead

    Shares in realty and construction companies jumped on Thursday, a day after the government relaxed rules for foreign direct investment in construction development. The new rules make it easier for foreign companies to invest in India and many projects will now qualify for FDI through automatic route (no FIPB clearance will be required), analysts say.

  • Real Estate Industry Hails Government Move to Ease FDI Rules

    Real Estate Industry Hails Government Move to Ease FDI Rules

    India's real estate industry hailed the government's decision to relax FDI rules in construction sector, saying the move would help cash-starved developers raise significant amount of foreign funds and also complete the stuck projects.

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  • Government Relaxes Rules for Foreign Investment in Construction

    Government Relaxes Rules for Foreign Investment in Construction

    The government on Wednesday relaxed rules for foreign direct investment (FDI) in construction development, aiming to make it easier for overseas capital to invest in building in Asia's third-largest economy.

  • PM Modi's Next Reform: FDI Norms Eased in Construction

    PM Modi's Next Reform: FDI Norms Eased in Construction

    Continuing with its reforms agenda, the Narendra Modi government on Wednesday eased foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in construction, to encourage foreign investment in the real estate sector.

  • Jittery About Your Home Buying Decision? Top Five Ways to Overcome it

    Jittery About Your Home Buying Decision? Top Five Ways to Overcome it

    When the stakes are so high, it is bound to affect us, we do get nervous, but also excited at the same time because buying a home is a big achievement too.

  • Flipkart Leases Bangalore Office Space in Largest Deal

    Flipkart Leases Bangalore Office Space in Largest Deal

    In the largest office leasing deal, homegrown e-commerce giant Flipkart on Saturday agreed to take 3 million square feet of prime office space in Bangalore from realty firm Embassy group at an annual rent of Rs 300 crore.

  • Tax Sops Key to Success of REITs: Sebi Official

    Tax Sops Key to Success of REITs: Sebi Official

    Tax incentives are key to the success of real estate investment trusts (REITs) and infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs), a senior Securities and Exchange Board of India official has said.

  • DDA Housing Scheme 2014 Gets Low Response Due to Lock-In Period: Report

    DDA Housing Scheme 2014 Gets Low Response Due to Lock-In Period: Report

    As many as 8.5 lakh applications have been received by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for its flagship 'Housing Scheme 2014', with the housing authority on Sunday attributing the "not-so-overwhelming" response to the five-year lock-in period imposed on the ownership of the flats.

  • Sebi-DLF Case: Assocham Questions Role of Intermediaries

    Sebi-DLF Case: Assocham Questions Role of Intermediaries

    Terming the recent action by the Securities and Exchange Board of India action against DLF Ltd as "harsh", the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) on Wednesday questioned the role of merchant bankers, advisors and other intermediaries involved in a public offer process and said "regulatory activism" should not hamper business environment.

  • Realty-led Per Capita Wealth Grows to $4,650 in 14 Years: Report

    Realty-led Per Capita Wealth Grows to $4,650 in 14 Years: Report

    Real estate-led the per capita wealth creation of the country's adult population which has grown at 8 per cent per annum in the past 14 years to $4,650 (Rs 2,83,650 approximately) in mid-2014, according to a report by Credit Suisse.

  • Tata Housing Arm Launches E-Commerce Platform to Sell Homes

    Tata Housing Arm Launches E-Commerce Platform to Sell Homes

    Tata Value Homes, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tata Housing, on Monday launched an exclusive e-commerce platform to sell flats and is eyeing up to Rs 1,000 crore revenue by financial year 2015-16.

  • Sebi Bars DLF, 6 Top Executives From Capital Markets for 3 Years

    Sebi Bars DLF, 6 Top Executives From Capital Markets for 3 Years

    In a major blow to DLF Ltd, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has barred the realty major as well as its six top executives including chairman and main promoter K P Singh from the capital market for 3 years for "active and deliberate suppression" of material information at the time of its IPO in 2007.

  • Housing Scheme 2010: Court Seeks Fair Trade Regulator Response on DDA Plea

    Housing Scheme 2010: Court Seeks Fair Trade Regulator Response on DDA Plea

    The Delhi High Court has sought a response from the Competition Commission of India (CCI) on a plea by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) seeking a stay on the probe against its officials in connection with delay in handing over of a flat to an allotee under its 2010 housing scheme.

  • DDA Says 2,000 Conveyance Deeds Issued at Leasehold Conversion Camps

    DDA Says 2,000 Conveyance Deeds Issued at Leasehold Conversion Camps

    The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has so far issued 2,000 conveyance deeds within the time fixed for the same under the Citizen Charter as part of its drive for people to get their properties converted from leasehold to freehold.

  • DDA Housing Scheme 2014 Submission Deadline Extended

    DDA Housing Scheme 2014 Submission Deadline Extended

    After receiving an overwhelming response to its new housing scheme and due to the intervening festive season, the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has extended the last date of submission of the application form to October 15, a senior official of the housing authority said on Wednesday.

  • London Beats New York as Most Popular Destination for Workers: Survey

    London Beats New York as Most Popular Destination for Workers: Survey

    The study by The Boston Consulting Group and totaljobs.com found respondents from 189 countries ranked London above New York and Paris, while Britain was second behind the United States as the most appealing country for international jobseekers.

  • Londoners Divided on Skyscraper Boom

    Londoners Divided on Skyscraper Boom

    Skyscrapers are shooting up all over London, transforming a skyline once dominated by Big Ben and St Paul's Cathedral.

  • Realtors Unhappy Over Status Quo in RBI Monetary Policy

    Realtors Unhappy Over Status Quo in RBI Monetary Policy

    The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI), the apex body of realtors in the country, expressed disappointment on Tuesday over the Reserve Banks policy to keep key rates unchanged as it sought a cut in interest rates to boost housing demand.

  • Sebi Notifies Final Rules for REITs

    Sebi Notifies Final Rules for REITs

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday notified the final rules for setting up of real estate investment trusts (REITs) and infrastructure investment trusts.

  • Delhi Circle Rates Hiked by Up to 20%: How it Impacts You

    Delhi Circle Rates Hiked by Up to 20%: How it Impacts You

    Circle rates, introduced in 2007, are revised periodically. In Delhi, these rates were last revised in November 2012, when the rates were hiked by 200 per cent.

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