As the year 2015 comes to an end, all of us need to plan for the Christmas vacations! With schools and colleges having holidays and a lot of our global counterparts going on a month long leave, it is the best time to enjoy the winter! While winters in Mumbai are mild, the cold is best experienced by visiting North India and upwards. So while you plan your travel to colder destinations, we suggest a few tips to plan better.Read More..
The recent reforms announced by the Central Government across various sectors have been well received, especially the relaxation of the FDI norms in the real estate sector. The real estate sector has been seeing sluggish growth both in terms of investments and rentals & buys in recent times. The recent notification has removed all restriction on FDI in construction and real estate except for a three-year lock-in period for select projects. Previous regulations of minimum built-up area and capital requirements which were impediments in attracting global capital have been done away with.Read More..
Mumbai alongside Bengaluru topped the global list on annual rental yield with the former at 10 percent just 0.5 percent behind the tech capital of India.Read More..
Diwali or Deepavali is one of the most revered festivals of India. The festival of lights also signifies the start of a new business year. Because it involves fireworks and open flame diyas, children need to be taught to celebrate the occasion with utmost care and alertness.Read More..
In Mumbai and Maharashtra for instance, the monsoon was deficient and inconsistent, marked with periods of scorching heat and unbearable humidity. Consequently, the city and the state witnessed the outbreak of many infectious diseases. We share some tips to help you prevent the infections that are likely to come about at this time of the yearRead More..