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May 09, 2015
Bad times: Real estate returns are now lower than FD returnsSo as far as returns are concerned the real estate bubble clearly seems to have burst. And this is not surprising given the other data that Liases Foras has put out.
May 06, 2015
Average Mumbai flat still costs Rs 1.3 cr even though unsold inventory is as high as 4 yearsProperty prices in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) dropped by the maximum among leading metros during the quarter ended March 31, 2015 as unsold inventory in the island city has risen to 46 months ( almost four years!).
Nov 07, 2014
Mr Jaitley, here is why Indians cannot afford to buy a houseIf the interest rates were to fall to 9 percent, the EMI would fall to around Rs 54,000. So, would the individual now buy a home just because the EMI will be around Rs 4,000 per month lower? Unless, home prices fall and builders start concentrating a little more on affordable housing, lower EMIs are not going to help.
Nov 07, 2014
Realty woes: It will take you at least 68 years to buy a house in MumbaiRecent data released by the real estate research firm Liases Foras clearly shows that homes in Indian cities are terribly expensive.
Apr 25, 2012
Will 35,000 unsold flats make Mumbai cheaper?The value of unsold flats in Mumbai is around Rs 8,535 crore. And this unsold inventory will take at least another three years to clear up.
Mar 27, 2012
No buyers but soaring prices: A scam called Mumbai realtyMumbai realty market is not driven by end-consumers but by investors.
Jan 27, 2012
Mumbai property: Will prices fall in 2012?Bank of America Merill Lynch (BofAML), which forecasts that residential property prices in the city could fall by 15-25 percent over the next six months. But will they really?
Dec 23, 2011
'Investors' are realty's mafia; that's why prices can't come downProperty prices are weak but given the structure of the industry, there is no real hope that prices will come down to affordable levels
Dec 22, 2011
2012 might finally see a real estate market for consumers, not buildersAs interest rates fall, demand will automatically pick up, but there might not be any significant rise in prices.