Despite the macroeconomic disruptions, the commercial real estate market in India remained robust in 2017. According to a report titled ‘India Office Property Market Overview, Trends to watch for in 2018’ by Colliers International, last year witnessed a pan-India leasing volume of approximately 42.8 million sq. ft. (excluding renewals and pre-commitments)Read More..
While investing in a second home, an increasing number of home buyers in India are now looking at holiday homes. Weekend homes offer a personal space to relax and recuperate amidst a busy city life - An ideal retreat for a bonding family time in today’s 24*7 working lifestyle!Read More..
Meeting deadlines, pressure to perform - we all face some sort of stress while working. Adding greenery to the workplace has a soothing effect on everyone and helps in de-stressing and relaxation.Read More..
In the history of real estate market of India, the year 2017 would go down as the year of unpredictability. All the rules and policy changes initiated by the government, have shaken up the real estate sector in the short-term and there seems confusion galore.Read More..
According to a Cushman & Wakefield report, real estate investment in India’s six major cities doubled to $2.87 billion in the year ending June 2017. The reforms initiated by the government in the past one year are finally showing positive resultsRead More..