Real Estate

‘Pagdi’ buildings may be brought under RERA

MUMBAI: The government is planning to bring tenanted or cessed buildings and tenants of such buildings under the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016 (RERA),providing for the first time the same protection to these consumers as those available to other home buyers. The tenanted or cessed buildings that dot the landscape of many cities, especially Mumbai, house people who have been...

Should You Buy A Home Now?

Many home buyers are wondering what’s next in the property market and how will it will affect the pricing. Read on to know how you can take a calculated homebuying decisionThe big hike is yet to comeIndustry insiders say that a major price hike is expected soon, and buying a home as soon as possible is the only way to benefit from pandemic-induced consolidated property prices. Atul Monga, founder, BASIC...

Housing Sector In Bengaluru Performed Well During The Pandemic

While the pandemic negatively impacted most business sectors, contrary to common perception, the housing sector in Bengaluru did not suffer, the Economic Survey 2021-22 reveals The survey states housing prices increased during the first and second Covid-19 waves, contrary to expectations that they would fall. It says there was a 2.7 percent and 5.3 percent increase in housing prices during the first...

Realty sector may surpass $5 billion funds flow in 2022; Set to recover lost ground across segments

Institutional investments into Indian real estate are expected to rebound in 2022 led by broad-based growth on the back of low-interest environment, continued monetary stimulus, improving revenue visibility across asset classes, and inclusive growth policy. The year 2022 is expected to cross $5 billion mark, which was witnessed by the Indian real estate annually during the 2017-2020...

Indian residential real estate – Highlights of 2021

We entered 2021 with caution and anxiety as the pandemic was still raging across the world – and the situation in India was no different. 2020 had been a tough year for the Indian residential market as the 1st wave of the pandemic had brought everything to a standstill. Nevertheless, all industries – including the real estate sector – emerged from the nationwide lockdown in 2020 with a valuable sense...

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