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  • Real estate emerging as significant asset class

    While stocks and bonds have held their position as traditional investment instruments , investors are increasingly looking for alternate investments such real estate, hedge funds, private equity and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to engineer an overall enhanced performance of their portfolios. ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on October 15, 2010
  • Demand-starved realty sector to get boost in 2010

    The year 2010 appears to have brought cheers to the demand-starved realty sector. With signs of economic recovery emerging in the country, the real estate sector has been predicted to see increased business activities. According to global real estate consultant Cushman & Wakefield, India cities would witness a strong-end user demand ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on February 9, 2010
  • New Initiative of Govt. of INDIA to help Public Grievance

    Dear All Government of India has an online Grievance forum at http://www.pgportal.gov.in  Can you imagine this is happening in INDIA? The govt. wants people to use this tool to highlight the problems they faced while dealing with Government officials or departments likeRailways. Posts.Telecom (incl. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on October 5, 2009
  • India Real Estate Investment report 2009-Real estate sector to witness a prolonged & robust demand

    [photo:listing:1997069:1:Medium]Real estate sector in the country will witness a prolonged and robust demand. According to a report by global realty consultation firm Cushman & Wakefield, the pan-India residential demand for 2009-2013 could be around 7.5 million units and that for office space at 196 million sq ft. The Cushman & ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 26, 2009
  • IIFCL eyes Rs 11,500 crore disbursal this fiscal

    Government-owned India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) expects to disburse close to Rs 11,500 crore this financial year. “Our disbursement so far this financial year has been close to Rs 6,300 crore. It was Rs 4,891 crore by the end of March 2009. We expect disbursal of Rs 10,500-11,000 crore by the end of this financial ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 7, 2009
  • Government recalls two directors from Maytas Infra board

    The government has recalled two nominee directors, K Ramalingam and O P Vaish, from the board of Maytas Infra which was handed over to infrastructure major IL&FS on Monday. Two other government nominees, Ved Jain and Anil Agawaral, will, however, continue on the board of the company. "We have to keep two directors on board (of Maytas ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 7, 2009
  • MMRDA Plans Alternative Biz Hubs

    As two main business districts of the city have reached a saturation point, the Mumbai Metropolitan Regional Development Authority (MMRDA) is planning to acquire 1.84 crore sq mt of land to set up alternative business hubs to build new rental housing projects and other facilities. The acquisition of 11 plots across the Mumbai Metropolitan Region ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on February 13, 2009
  • Good News For Realtors, Borrowing Costs To Eas

    This New Year has brought some good news for real estate companies, many of which were believed to be on the threshold of bankruptcy due to a liquidity crunch, mounting debts and little chances of loan refinancing. The interest rates at which realtors were borrowing last year have cooled by 250 basis points (bps), or 2.5%. Two major realtors, DLF ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on February 13, 2009
  • Nine Places To Look For in 2009

    Global real estate consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj (JLLM) has marked the nine best places that are expected to fetch lucrative returns. First is Mumbai, where in certain areas growth can still be observed. These areas will sustain prices even as other areas in Mumbai will see a correction. Vasai-Virar region, known for affordable housing, ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on February 5, 2009
  • Sluggish Realty Market To Jumpstart Again

    Measures announced by the Central government to stimulate the economy by ensuring cheaper loans for homes and industry has raised hopes for people in the real estate and banking sectors. Banks like IDBI Home Finance, ICICI and SBI are anticipating that demand for home loans would increase by 20% in a couple of weeks as queries for home loans have ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on February 5, 2009
  • Property Prices In Suburbs Show Better Growth Than City Hubs

    Property rates in middle-class neighbourhoods of Delhi have grown at a much faster pace than key localities between 2001 and 2007, according to the country's first real estate price index. Latest NHB Residex data, released by home loans regulator National Housing Bank (NHB), revealed that prices in South Extension and Safdarjung Enclave in New ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on January 25, 2009
  • The Who's Who of India is looking for Second Homes Abroad

    The real estate sector is one of the worst-hit sectors globally thanks to the financial slowdown, but for the well-to-do Indians, this is an excellent opportunity. With property prices falling across borders, buying property abroad is suddenly making sense to affluent Indians. "The property slump is not just confined to India. Prices have ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on January 25, 2009
  • Indian Realtors Bank On CPs

    Indian real estate companies have taken up borrowings through issuances of commercial papers (CPs) after the country's central bank injected liquidity by slashing cash reserve ratio and as banks continue to shy away from extending loans. Realtors are resorting to short-term borrowings of funds to complete ongoing projects as the economic ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on January 25, 2009
  • Realty Slowdown - An Opportunity in 2009

    High interest rates and even higher property prices in 2008 almost killed the householder's biggest dream - to own a house. But with financial downfall has come an opportunity. In 2009, interest rates may fall as the government initiates to rejuvenate the slowing economy. Also, facing an absence of buyers, real estate companies are likely to ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on January 25, 2009
  • With falling Property Rates-Buyer is King Again!

    In a discount sale, you can pick up a readymade garment at 40% of its original price. It’s how manufacturers attract buyers to get rid of unsold stock in the off season. But the slowdown in the property market is forcing real estate developers to offer discounts even during, what is considered, the peak season for deals. More importantly, ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on November 29, 2008
  • India Property Prices and Rentals may fall upto 30% says Report

    Property prices and rents in India may be poised for a ``major correction'' as supply of affordable housing remains limited and office space exceeds demand, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Prices and rents in some regions could fall as much as 30 percent, Goldman said in a report today. Retailers may find it tough to remain ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on November 20, 2008
  • ING Real Estate to Invest in India

    Dutch property manager ING Real Estate plans to invest in India, Turkey, Europe and the Americas to meet demand and benefit from relatively high returns. The real estate unit of financial services division of ING Group, which managed 94.4 billion euros ($130.2 billion) in property globally as of March 31, plans to invest 0.5 to 1 billion euros in ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 18, 2008
  • NHB Launches Housing Price Index in 5 Indian Cities

    In a move that is expected to bring transparency to the real estate market, finance minister P Chidambaram launched the official Housing Price Index, developed by India's home loans regulator, the National Housing Bank. Named as NHB Residex, the index has been introduced as a pilot for five cities-Bangalore, Bhopal, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 18, 2008
  • Berggruen Holdings to Invest $300 m in India

    Berggruen Holdings is a private company, with interests in private equity, stocks and bonds, hedge funds, art and real estate. Berggruen Holdings is a New York-based fund which manages proprietary capital worth over $1.5 billion, plans to invest over $300 million in India over the next three years in hospitality, real estate, education, ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on September 18, 2008
  • Phoenix Group Global to set up hotels in India

    UAE-based Phoenix Group Global, a major player in hospitality, realty and floriculture sectors is will make its presence felt in India by investing an additional Rs.1500 crore in the hospitality and realty sectors in a couple of years. The group is setting up a deluxe five-star business hotel at Whitefield in Bangalore at a cost of Rs.100 -150 ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on February 28, 2008
  • ITC subsidiary Fortune to invest Rs130 crore in new hotels

    ITC's subsidiary hotel company Fortune, which addresses the mid-segment, has announced plans to set up its own hotels. Under its Fortune brand, the hotel chain sets up properties with local partners, offering only management and operations support. According to Pawan Verma, executive vice president of operations at ITC hotels, Fortune Park ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on December 31, 2007
  • ICICI Launches Real Estate Security Fund

     ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund recently launched its real estate securities fund, which is the first real estate mutual fund in India. The new fund offer is open for subscription from November 15 to December 14, 2007. The fund will invest 51 per cent of its portfolio in high-yielding debt securities issued by real estate companies. The scheme ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on December 13, 2007
  • US $ 250 million. India Focussed Realty Fund by Knight Frank

     In the first of its kind among property consultants, the UK-headquartered Knight Frank Group will launch a $250 million India-focused real estate fund. According to sources the offshore fund will raise investments from high net worth individuals and other investors from the UK and will have an investment threshold of $0.5 million and above. ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on December 13, 2007
  • Massive Shortage of Govt office Accomodation

    There is a net shortage of 25.90 lakh sq feet of government office accommodation in Delhi alone and 20.12 lakh sq ft in other major cities, according to a report prepared by the Urban Development Ministry. In Kolkata, the demand for government office accommodation is 20,74,653 sq ft but the availability is only 13,79,402 sq ft. Similarly at ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 233134 on October 23, 2007
  • Royal Orchid may defer the launch of Peppermint in Bangalore

    Bangalore-based Royal Orchid Hotels (ROHL) is expected to put hold on the launch of its first budget property in the city, located just off the arterial MG Road, reports Business Standard. ROHL  earlier announced plans to set up 50 budget hotels, under the name Peppermint, across the country by 2010. Each will have around 60-100 rooms with ...
    Posted to My Bangalore Blog (Weblog) by 233134 on October 21, 2007
  • Hotels Being Accommodated In Big Malls

    The popularity of malls has attracted the attention of the hospitality sector as well. With the rising costs of real estate, hotels are now looking to rent space in malls and other commercial complexes. Accor Hotels and Ginger Hotels are in talks with mall developers to build Formulae 1 brand of budget hotels at the top floors of malls in tier I ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on October 19, 2007
  • Grand Nirvana Resort, The Latest Affiliation To RCI

    The Grand Nirvana Resort in India joins RCI, a global leader in leisure real estate. This addition has made RCI Group, the International leader in vacation exchange, as now it has 72 affiliated resorts in India. The RCI Group is proud that Grand Nirvana, a new resort in Allepey, Kerala, has selected RCI to support its vacation exchange. ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on October 19, 2007
  • One Of The Largest Investments Made By JP Morgan

    Realty focused private equity funds are committing big money, when it comes to project financing. And so far JP Morgan's USD 360 has made its largest investment so far in an IT park in Navi Mumbai. The fund will invest Rs 100 crore or over USD 25 million in the development. It is said that JP Morgan's property fund will buy 40% in the 4.5 ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on October 19, 2007
  • Prominent Growth In Indian Housing Market

    According to the study conducted by HUDCO-IIM Ahmedabad every rupee invested in the real estate sector adds 78 paisa to the state's GDP. The sector will grow from $12 billion in 2005 to $90 billion in 2015. And majority of the growth is expected to come from the housing market. Although the average age for ownership is 32 years now as compared ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on October 19, 2007
  • DLF Goes Abroad To Raise Funds

    The biggie of the real estate sector wants to grow bigger, as DLF Ltd plans to borrow $1.5 billion overseas to fund new projects and acquisitions in the next 30 days. It will spend half of the money on buying shares in DLF Offices Trust, a Singapore based entity. The Senior Vice President Mr Saurabh Chawla remarked that ...
    Posted to India Real Estate News Weblog (Weblog) by 248075 on October 19, 2007
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