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The real estate industry started by doing everything on its own, then started outsourcing services and is now moving up the value chain by consolidating specialised services under one banner, says Jayashree Kurup
Economic Times : 4th November 2007
THE real estate industry is heading the automobile way. Remember how Maruti started manufacturing ...
As the experts don't tire of telling us, the retail boom is here to stay. The sub-text to this statement is that organised retail is now moving further outward from the metros and bringing the Tier II and III cities too into the ambit of operations. The action is not solely limited to the bigger centers of the western region ...
A single-storey house at 3 Tilak Marg has just been bought for Rs 100 crore, continuing the scorching pace of ultra-expensive real-estate deals in the coveted centre of the Capital.
The acquisition was confirmed on Tuesday night by Abhay Oswal, managing director of Oswal Chemicals & Fertilizers Ltd., who acquired the property on behalf of his ...
The next time you go on a property hunt, you can ask your real estate promoter whether the particular plot is capable of being loaded with additional FSI in the future. The promoter is legally bound to give you the answer.
In a major relief to flat buyers in Maharashtra, the Supreme Court on Thursday held that real estate promoters must not only ...
Bangalore, January 08, 2007
The Economic Times
Call it the real estate ‘storey’ of India. Backward or forward integration may have been the hallmarks of different industry verticals here, but when it comes to real estate, ‘vertical’ is the only way forward. In a marked shift from sprawling picket-fenced dream houses, ...
The Telegraph : The volatility in the stock market is beginning to have some ruboff effect on the booming real estate business as well.Industry sources say real estate developers who had seen great amount of money flowing into the industry are now witnessing a drop in inflows. “The choppiness of the equities market will gradually have ...
Economic Times :NEW DELHI Rajan Sharma bought
4,000 square feet (372 square metres) of office space on the outskirts of
India's capital, New Delhi, for Rs 2,900 ($65) a square foot in 2002 and hasn't
stopped grinning since.
later, the 42-year-old consultant regularly gets offers more than three times
the price he ...
One of the most important reasons for the growth in the real estate sector is
the expansion of well-organised townships to tier I and tier II cities. Rising
cost of land in urban metros, lack of adequate infrastructure support to back
further growth of metros, on the one hand and on the other availability of large
plots of land and a large ...