By permitting foreign investments through the latest amendment, the government has opened up new avenues of fund-raising for the cash-starved realty sector. Hitherto, developers were heavily dependent on banks for their funding requirements. The new provision will free up existing funds of the banks and will enable bankers to channel their lending activities in other sectors.Read More..
The last few years have witnessed a steady increase in the number of online realty portals. These portals are increasingly becoming a tool for research on buying, selling and leasing residential or commercial properties in many parts of the country. The trend is reflective of the increasing dependence on the internet for daily needs.Read More..
An earthquake can strike anywhere, any time. Try as hard as we may, we cannot completely insulate ourselves from the calamity. However, the crisis can affect us less if we were better prepared. We share a few do’s and don’ts for you to remember if you face such a disaster.Read More..
The Union Cabinet recently approved the Bill along with certain key amendments that will make way for setting up of a regulator for the sector. A long overdue move, the Bill aims at regulating the opaque and largely unregulated Indian real estate sector.Read More..
The report, ‘International Investment Atlas 2015’, is an annual publication by the agency. It provides a glimpse of the world’s key global commercial real estate investment markets in 2014 and an indication of activity expected in 2015. It details the main areas of activity, assessing the size and status of various real estate markets.Read More..