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Indian demand for office space likely to improve in 2010

The demand for office space in India is expected to be improve in the current year although rentals are likely to be flat, according to real estate consultancy CB Richard Ellis.

Amari enters into a joint venture with Mandeep S Lamba to create Amari India

Amari, Thailand’s leading domestic hotel management company, today announced a strategic joint venture partnership with Mandeep S Lamba, previously the Managing Director and Founder of Ten Hotels Pvt Ltd, a hospitality management company headquartered in Gurgaon, New Delhi, to launch Amari India.

Rich & NRIs eye foreign properties

The Economic Times 09.11.2009
Real estate bubble building up again in Mumbai

Mumbai: Mumbai’s real estate prices have begun to run amok once again, suggesting that another realty bubble is in the making. In a quick reversal from last year’s recessionary trends, residential property prices which had dropped by almost 35% in some areas have risen sharply in the last nine months and are now close to their earlier peaks of 2007-08.

Rich & NRIs eye foreign properties

NEW DELHI: With real estate prices in the niche segment in India showing signs of robust recovery, high net worth Indians and NRIs are again eyeing foreign shores for real estate investments.

Dusit expands in India and adds new brand

Susie Harwood CIT Magazine 25.09.2009
India’s rapid urbanisation puts local govt. under pressure

Rapid urbanization is placing significant stress on the budgets of India´s local governments and more must be done to improve their financial status to enable them to fund infrastructure projects and delivery of essential services.

Dusit expands in India and adds new brand

Dusit International Hotels is expanding into India and plans to open five hotels and resorts in the country by 2013, including a new luxury brand property.

Realtors vow to restore city's rich heritage

The Times Of India 07.09.2009

For those too busy to manage properties

Prashant Mukherjee Financial Chronicle 03.09.2009
Realtors vow to restore city's rich heritage

AHMEDABAD: It is a determined resolve to revive the glory of the walled city. On Sunday, more than 100 people from the city's real estate fraternity joined in a heritage walk of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) to admire the architectural marvel of the old city which is replete with 'Tankas' (a system to conserve water), community wells, bird feeders and wooden craftsmanship of havelis.

For those too busy to manage properties

Property management services are fast catching up, with a host of companies lining up to offer their services to high net worth individuals and real estate companies. Among those vying for a pie of the sky are Sahara Care, Neat Space, TTK Enterprises, Settlers India and Sai Associates, to name just a few. What makes these services so special is the convenience they provide to owners, in so as they do not need to personally supervise and maintain their real estate assets.

Green Building in India

Sam Hopkins Sam Hopkins 18.08.2009
Green Building in India

It seems hard to find a bright spot in any of the world's top property markets right now. . . High-end real estate buyers who fueled a commercial and residential property boom are holding still, or selling out.

Indian developers to get tax breaks

Real estate developers in India are to get tax breaks if they complete projects by March 2010 as part of a major stimulus drive by the government to boost the country's recovering economy.

Govt in India wants to attract more foreign real estate investors

The government in India wants to make it easier for foreign property investors and in particular for them to put their money into projects that relate to the hospitality sector and tourism.

Indian Market Roundup: Telecom, CG, Real Estate and Auto Stocks end lower

The benchmark indices closed on a flat note, after seeing extreme volatility throughout the session.

Indian developers increasing prices

Developers in India have stopped offering discounts on properties and in some cases are even increasing prices as demand rises.

Navi Mumbai real estate prices gaining ground

Mumbai: Notwithstanding the concerns over the proposed international airport in Navi Mumbai, real estate prices around the satellite city have rising for the past one month.

Slowdown-hit real estate bets big on Budget

Sanjeev Sinha The Economic Times 01.07.2009
Buying a house? Quote price EMIs and tenure Land as investment

Having been hit the hardest by the economic downturn, embattled realty majors are betting big on the forthcoming Budget, to be presented on July sector’s fortunes. Experts say the sector needs government support as well as further stimulus to get out of the current slump.

Guests are seen at poolside in Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai in this December 22, 2008 file photo.

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's hotel industry has asked the government to grant it infrastructure status and delink it from the real estate sector to avail of easier credit, an industry body said, ahead of the federal budget in July.

Indiabulls to build on improving demand

Prashant Mehra Reuters 23.06.2009

Realty check

hruv Agarwala and Kartik Varma Live Mint 22.06.2009
Indiabulls to build on improving demand

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's third-largest listed property developer, Indiabulls Real Estate (INRL.BO: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz), plans to use more than $500 million raised from a recent share sale to launch projects, at a time its peers are struggling to raise funds and repay debt.

Realty check

Ask any Indian family what their single largest financial decision was and a majority would put buying a house on top of the list. At a time when India is in the early stages of a few decades-long housing boom, it is important that we take the utmost care in making the right purchase.

City witnesses boom in real estate demands

the times of india 11.06.2009
City witnesses boom in real estate demands

ALLAHABAD: With the culture of individual houses and palatial bungalows waning fast, the city is adopting the flat culture, which is considered to be safe, secure and useful for social activities, especially for the older generation. It is here that the role of Allahabad Development Authority assumes great significance.


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