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Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) will also support International Real Estate and Investment Show (IREIS) as Strategic Partners in organizing the “Abu Dhabi Investment Forum 2018”, a specialized investment conference with a lineup of topnotch global experts, renowned academics, and seasoned practitioners to enlighten audiences with Abu Dhabi’s current investment trends and potential opportunities.
The Indian residential market volumes spiraled down in terms of demand and supply almost every successive year in this decade. From a high of 480,000 units in 2010, the supply last year stood at mere 103,000 units across the top 8 cities.
With so much money around and developers mostly uneducated, it is the senior functionaries in most of the real estate companies who create their own cartel of corruption. Sales leads that are generated within the company are generally leaked to the brokers and the brokerage is distributed with the sales, marketing or the corporate communication, depending upon their clout within the organisation.
RERA was supposed to save the day for homebuyers, but that doesn’t seem to have happened - at least not yet. In many states RERA, in its present form, is currently either non-existent or a pale shade of what it was intended to be.
The Indian real estate sector has always been perceived by investors across the world as attractive proposition in terms of quality assets across segments. The recent policy changes and reforms have further shaped the perception of global investors on India as these reforms are seen as India’s endeavour to given an image makeover to the real estate business.
Most of the Thane residents feel since the index, which was conceived in 2017, is based on information from the 2011 Census, it does not do justice with the city. The liveability Index of Thane has seen a remarkable improvement in the last six to seven years; something that the survey could not assess due to limited scope of study as well as constrained by the data of 2011 census. The city has seen phenomenal migration leading to cosmopolitan lifestyle and quality of life in this part of the world.
Call it market disruption or the innovative disruption or just new marketing strategy but it seems this is the next big idea at a time when the market conditions are really challenging to get noticed. What really is disruptive innovation?
The gross leasing activity in India was recorded at 36.4 million sq ft for the first nine months of 2018, up 26% YoY. Pan-India demand for Grade A office space was driven by the technology sector (48%) in Q3 2018, followed by banking and insurance representing 19% of the total leasing volume.
Central Park is making strides towards developing an intelligent community by leveraging modern technology to provide an improved quality of life for consumers by integrating fans, ACs, lights, video-door phones, panic buttons and smoke sensors, with third-party automation devices such as Amazon Alexa and Echo Dot to provide greater control and convenience.
Mumbai's Dharavi, one of the largest slums in Asia, has been an area of contention for almost two decades now. For all its revelations, the recent blockbuster film 'Kaala' only underscored what Mumbaikars, human rights activists, urban planners and real estate developers have known for decades - there is no simple formula for unravelling the complex Dharavi equation.
This marks Mitsubishi’s entry into the Indian real estate sector and Shriram has been chosen partner for Mitsubishi’s maiden investment. Shriram was earlier chosen partner for first-ever realty investment respectively by TPG, Tata Capital, Walton Street Capital and Starwood Capital.
In this sixth year of gauging the public perception for Track2Realty BrandXReport 2017-18, what comes out as no surprise is the fact that Bangalore-based Sobha Limited continues to be undisputed market leader as far as commanding public perception is concerned.
Gone are the days when the overnight appreciation of property prices was enough for the fly by night operators to lure the buyers with glossy advertisements. The ROI of the advertising spend by the developers was calculated with the number of phone calls in return. The economic downturn leading to an end of era of quick appreciation, however, changed the market dynamics completely.
This high-rise luxury project is spread across 2.6 acres with 80% open spaces, offering 250 units with 2, 2.5 and 3 BHK configurations. This comes at the back of their recent launch of a project Sumadhura Eden Garden, spread across 14 acres in Whitefield.
BluNex Life’ will give home buyers and residents a distinct edge by converting their homes into a smart home. As the concept of home automation picks up in India, ‘BluNex Life’ is in line with Puravankara’s vision of providing intelligent homes to new home buyers, who are looking for more smart and safety features, and to stay contemporary.
Salarpuria Sattva Group has launched its new project, Water’s Edge in Goa. Located at Sancoale Goa, the apartments are situated at one of the best locations - just a 5 minutes’ drive from the Dabolim International Airport.
It is not that Thane has surprised only the old timers. Even among the present generation, very few could see the emergence of the destination that was initially ridiculed as the bed room of Mumbai’s blue-collared working class.
Irony is that even though the sector has succedded to some extent in attracting the young talent by poaching on professionals from established and matured sectors like IT/ITeS, banking, finance and telecom etc, the retention of these professionals have been quite challenging.
The Indians seem to be quite aware of the challenges of mass housing, as is visible with nearly half of the respondent, 48 per cent questioning when land acquisition is going to be tougher how housing for all will be a reality.