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  • Realty Investment In India's Top Cities Doubles To $2.87 Billion

    Realty Investment In India's Top Cities Doubles To $2.87 Billion

    Mumbai attracted maximum capital and was ranked 81st globally, according to a report.

  • Property Sales At 6-Year Low After Notes Ban, Resilient Bengaluru Also Hit: Report

    Property Sales At 6-Year Low After Notes Ban, Resilient Bengaluru Also Hit: Report

    Home sales in Bengaluru, which is seen as a resilient market, also fell 45 per cent in the October-December quarter as compared to the year-ago period.

  • Demonetisation: Bengaluru One Of Least Affected Cities, Says CREDAI

    Demonetisation: Bengaluru One Of Least Affected Cities, Says CREDAI

    Bengaluru market had seen correction recently and is currently one of the most attractively priced markets in the country.

  • Average Housing Prices Up Over 7% In June Quarter: RBI

    Average Housing Prices Up Over 7% In June Quarter: RBI

    On an annual basis, Chennai witnessed the maximum increase of 23.9% in the first quarter of 2016-17; whereas Jaipur witnessed the maximum contraction (-4.4%), according to the RBI.

  • Housing Sales Up 7% In Eight Indian Cities: Property Consultant

    Housing Sales Up 7% In Eight Indian Cities: Property Consultant

    Showing signs of revival, housing sales rose by 7 per cent in India's eight major cities at 1.35 lakh units during January-June period of this year, leading to a decline in unsold inventories, according to real estate consultant Knight Frank India.

  • Brexit May Make UK Real Estate Cheaper For Indian Buyers

    Brexit May Make UK Real Estate Cheaper For Indian Buyers

    Indian investors may look at acquiring properties in UK, including in London, following devaluation of pound and fall in real estate prices due to Britain's exit from European Union, property consultants said.

  • Housing Prices Down 15-20%, No Scope for Further Cut: Industry Body

    Housing Prices Down 15-20%, No Scope for Further Cut: Industry Body

    Housing prices have fallen by an average 15-20 per cent across the country in last 18 months and there is no scope for further reduction, realtors' apex body CREDAI said on Wednesday.

  • Delhi Prime Location Housing Prices Down up to 20%: JLL India

    Delhi Prime Location Housing Prices Down up to 20%: JLL India

    Housing prices in many prime colonies of the national capital have declined by up to 20 per cent since 2013 but the rates were stable in Gurgaon and Noida, according to property consultant JLL India.

  • Realty Bill May Force Developers to Speed Up Stuck Projects

    Realty Bill May Force Developers to Speed Up Stuck Projects

    With the government bringing in ongoing projects under the ambit of the proposed real estate law, developers are looking to speed up construction of existing housing units to escape any regulatory action, but funds may be a constraint.

  • South Mumbai Property Prices May Come Down: JLL India

    South Mumbai Property Prices May Come Down: JLL India

    South Mumbai property prices are believed to be one of the most expensive in the country

  • Housing rates fall by average 8 per cent in Delhi-NCR during 2013: report

    Housing rates fall by average 8 per cent in Delhi-NCR during 2013: report

    Housing prices have declined by an average 8 per cent in Delhi-NCR during 2013 compared with the year-ago period due to a slowdown in the real estate market amid economic and political uncertainties, according to a report by property portal 99acres.com.

  • Buying a resale flat? Here's a checklist

    Buying a resale flat? Here's a checklist

    Rather than waiting endlessly for the real estate prices to fall or falling in the sugar coated trap of the developers, a money conscious person looks for options that offer a good solution. The resale flats might be as good as new and can be obtained at a discount of no less than 10 per cent of the price of a novel construction.

  • Should you buy or rent property in 2014?

    Should you buy or rent property in 2014?

    India's current economic uncertainty combined with the inflated real estate prices makes the buy or rent decision tougher for a common man. Zero or negative growth in incomes, higher interest rates and a shrinking carpet area for the same money make a strong case for a personal finance drive.

  • India's real estate market: Time for the bubble to burst?

    India's real estate market: Time for the bubble to burst?

    A quick way to see whether a country's economy is improving is to simply look at its real estate prices. If real estate sales fall, then real estate prices eventually fall in tandem. This then reduces the value of all homeowners, whether they are looking to actively sell or not. The result is that there is a reduction in home loans granted to those...

  • Mumbai housing prices soar by 66 per cent in 4 years

    Mumbai housing prices soar by 66 per cent in 4 years

    The increase has been even higher at 70 per cent in Thane and 74 per cent in Navi Mumbai.

  • 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.

  • Property demand: Chennai, Gurgaon hot, Mumbai cold

    Property demand: Chennai, Gurgaon hot, Mumbai cold

    The sluggish property market in Mumbai is not an indicator of the boom witnessed in the rest of India. If the absorption rate of property is anything to go by, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon are witnessing a significant demand for residential property. Here are trends that could help you comprehend the trend in each city.

  • *Brigade Enterprises head says real estate prices stable in South

    *Brigade Enterprises head says real estate prices stable in South

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