Saha Groupe to invest Rs 160 crore for housing project in Noida

New Delhi: Realty firm Saha Groupe will invest about Rs 160 crore on construction of its new housing project in Noida on 6.25 acre land that the company bought from another real estate company Logix. The company would construct 480 units in its new housing project ‘Eminence’ at Noida Sector 150, which is coming up as a new residential hub […]

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Motilal Oswal Real Estate gets Rs 125-cr exit from Shriram Properties’ housing project

Private equity firm Motilal Oswal Real Estate (MORE), which infused Rs 67 crore in a Shriram Properties’ housing project in Bengaluru in 2014-end, has got an exit of Rs 125 crore. MORE has exited from Shriram Properties’ India Realty Excellence Fund II (IREF II). The exit has been from a housing project ‘Shriram Greenfield’ near Whitefield, Bengaluru. “The fund had […]

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Bengaluru witnesses maximum drop in unsold housing stock

Bengaluru,Bengaluru real estate market has outperformed all other cities in terms of shedding unsold housing inventory. In its report released at ACETCH 2018 in Bengaluru recently, Anarock Property Consultants said Bengaluru witnessed a remarkable decline of 25 per cent in total unsold stock across top cities. The report studied Bengaluru’s residential real estate trends since 2013, factoring in the city’s […]

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Ajmera Group to invest $10 million in tech startups

Bengaluru: Mumbai-based real estate developer Ajmera Group will invest up to $10 million in technology-based startups, with a focus on fintech and software-as-a-service (SaaS), as part of its expansion plan. It has already picked up stakes in three startups and plans to invest in another seven by the end of June 2019, said a top executive. “We are primarily in […]

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SEBI has also given the nod to ASK Investment Managers, Nihilent and Muthoot Microfin

Prior to the global recession and financial downfall, the real estate sector was at its peak. The banks were liberal enough to give credit to large scale borrowers which resulted in a steep rise in the capital inflows and domestic liquidity. But soon after 2013, the Indian real estate sector sank to the lowest and the liquidity crunch and inflation caused […]

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Builders to offer freebies and flexible payment plans instead of slashing property prices

Bengaluru/Mumbai: Expensive property price has always been the bone of contention between potential buyers and builders. While builders are refusing to budge on the hefty price tag of their end product. They are trying to lure customers by offering gifts, easy payment options and in some rare cases minor discounts. Experts are doubting if these sales tactics would work. Parth […]

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At Bengaluru’s Yelahanka, sound planning drives real estate growth

By Prashant Thakur, Head – Research, ANAROCK Property Consultants  Despite new launches decline, property prices in Yelahanka did not correct significantly and actually appreciated by 9% in the past 2 years Existing since the 12th century, Yelahanka is closely linked with the origin of Bengaluru. The book ‘Bengaluru to Bangalore’ by T.V. Annaswamy mentions that the word ‘Yelahanka’ is derived […]

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Mumbai city most expensive for expats: Mercer survey

By Realty Quarter Bureau Mumbai is the most expensive city for expatriates in India, according to a global consulting firm’s Cost of Living Survey, released on June 26, 2018, with Hong Kong topping the list as the world’s costliest city to live. Mumbai has moved up two spots and is listed 55th, higher than cities like Melbourne (58), Frankfurt (68), […]

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Knight Frank Reports increase in Co-working spaces in next 3 years

By Realty Quarter Bureau According to a report by property consultant Knight Frank, co-working companies took up two million sq ft space in the first quarter of 2018 itself, which has exceeded the annual tally of 2017 at 1.8 million sq ft. “With the expansion plans of major players and the increasing appetite for this format from occupiers, property owners […]

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Indian Malls – Change is the Only Constant

By Anuj Kejriwal, MD & CEO – ANAROCK Retail There is so much talk of the death of brick-and-mortar retail as a consequence of the aggressive advent of e-commerce into the country, when the fact is that shopping malls have just got started in India – and they are definitely here to stay. As developers learn through trial and error […]

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