Given its terrain, India is prone to natural calamities. Every year, there are reports of hurricanes, droughts, avalanches, and earthquakes from different regions of the country. Since such disasters invariably destroy lives and property, it is advisable to secure protection against these unforeseen events. While we cannot prevent natural disasters, we can reduce some of the consequent hardships by investing in insurance.Read More..
With the Modi government’s policies seeing industrial growth, new infrastructure projects and easing of FDI norms, the demand for commercial real estate has started to pick up. In the past few years, commercial real estate faced a demand-supply mismatch. This will disappear with renewed economic activity, especially with the government’s ’Make in India’ thrust.Read More..
In Mumbai, the rainy season is becoming a nightmare for the common man and at times even VIPs. Potholes dotting the city roads slow down the traffic to a crawl. Flooding in low-lying areas, especially railway tracks, derail local train services. The problems during the monsoon seem to be never ending. We share five simple steps that will help do office work smoothly despite the rains.Read More..
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..