Mumbai Port Trust owns nearly 1,900 acres of commercially useable prime land in the south and south-central Mumbai along the sea-facing eastern coast. If put to good use, this large tract of land can help considerably in solving the city’s immense housing shortage.
GST rate cut or not, GST-exempt ready-to-move draws maximum sales Of the total unsold stock of 6.73 lakh units in the top 7 cities, only…
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We must temper our optimism with realism and not expect major boosts for the real estate sector in the Interim Budget. In other words, let’s be realistic and not overly optimistic.
The need is to look beyond minimal tax sops and consider whether they actually make homes affordable and catalyze sales. Perhaps, instead of constantly looking for tax sops, we need to question the very fundamentals of pricing in real estate.
Coworking Spaces are proving to be the best alternative for a rising number of freelancers, women employees seeking flexibility, and for those looking to be stationed at prime locales with connectivity and faster commute options
The previously failed attempts by the State Government to rebuild Mumbai’s Dharavi have now prompted a new angle – the area is now being promoted as Mumbai’s new business district.
Housing sales in Q3 2018 increased by 9% as against the preceding quarter. In comparison to Q3 2017, sales increased by 15% in a year across the top 7 cities.
Burgeoning commercial activity, a cutting-edge start-up culture and realistic property prices dictated by end-user demand have kept Bengaluru’s real estate market vibrant, and generally more resilient than in other cities.
Despite the ongoing pain in Indian real estate, both housing sales and new launches have increased q-o-q. The future depends on a favourable macroeconomic environment in 2019.