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Investment flow into real estate drops 31% to $2.2 bn during January-June driven by liquidity crisis in NBFCs: Anarock
Business

Investment flow into real estate drops 31% to $2.2 bn during January-June driven by liquidity crisis in NBFCs: Anarock

Out of the total $2.2 billion of inflows, commercial real estate attracted the lion's share at 64 percent amounting to over $1.4 billion.

Real estate attracts $34 bn private equity investment since 2014 on slowdown in housing demand
Business

Real estate attracts $34 bn private equity investment since 2014 on slowdown in housing demand

The report noted that private equity investments into affordable housing projects have grown over the years and the segment has witnessed investments of close to $2 billion since 2014.

JLL India revenue grows 17% to Rs 4,000 cr in FY19; to hire 2,000 employees by 2020-end
Business

JLL India revenue grows 17% to Rs 4,000 cr in FY19; to hire 2,000 employees by 2020-end

JLL is a Fortune 500 company with annual revenue of $16.3 billion, operations in over 80 countries and a global workforce of over 91,000 as of 31 March 2019.

70 years of Independence: Mapping the policy milestones that shaped the Indian real estate over years
Business

70 years of Independence: Mapping the policy milestones that shaped the Indian real estate over years

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in real estate was first allowed in the year 2005, which opened up newer ways of funding

RERA could be a game-changer for commercial realty; all stakeholders to benefit
Business

RERA could be a game-changer for commercial realty; all stakeholders to benefit

RERA is getting implemented at an opportune time as office demand is witnessing an uptick even in tier-II cities

Demonetisation: Strong foundation laid for real estate but price correction could be limited
Business

Demonetisation: Strong foundation laid for real estate but price correction could be limited

Real estate had been witnessing a slowdown for the past three years, but the slowdown induced by the demonetisation move has halted the deals

Real Estate Bill finally gets Cabinet nod: Here's how it will protect home buyers from frauds
Business

Real Estate Bill finally gets Cabinet nod: Here's how it will protect home buyers from frauds

After enactment of the this bill one would hope that fraud and delays are significantly reduced

Explained: Why it would cost an average Mumbaikar 34 years' income to buy a home
Economy

Explained: Why it would cost an average Mumbaikar 34 years' income to buy a home

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India, a real estate lobby,said in a statement yesterday that it was "disappointed with the status quo on the RBI policy rates and demands a reduction in interest rates to facilitate lowering of entry barrier and spur demand for the real estate sector."<br />

Explained: What REITs will offer retail investors
Real estate

Explained: What REITs will offer retail investors

Based on the global experience on REIT, this could be the much awaited gift to retail investors in the Indian securities market.

Why BKC is no longer a favourite among corporates
Business

Why BKC is no longer a favourite among corporates

BKC may have edged out Nariman Point as the No. 1 business destination in Mumbai, but if you were to look at the biggest commercial transactions in the last one year, the complex does not even feature on the list

Office space wins over residential: Now GSC plans $1 bn India investment
Business

Office space wins over residential: Now GSC plans $1 bn India investment

Slowdown in the residential realty is turning out to be a boon for India's commercial realty space. High rental yields in the office space seem to be luring global private equity investors back to India.

Revealed: What's luring investors back to commercial realty
Business

Revealed: What's luring investors back to commercial realty

Investing in India's commercial property is a high-adrenaline and high-returns game that residential real estate investment cannot hold a candle to and private equity players are now playing this one just right.<br /><br />

Forget residential, commercial realty is the flavour for PE investors
Business

Forget residential, commercial realty is the flavour for PE investors

Looks like global private equity funds are once again betting on commercial real estate thanks to low rentals, stable yields and a fall in valuation. Experts are betting on a revival in this sector as the office space seems to have bottomed out.<br /><br />

Residential may be a mess but Mumbai office space better on low rentals
Business

Residential may be a mess but Mumbai office space better on low rentals

Mumbai's office market is holding steady as the reduced rentals in the first nine months of 2013 have encouraged developers to lease more space resulting in more transactions in a lacklusture market.

Citi India puts old Mumbai HQ on the block, deal likely to fetch Rs 300 cr
Business

Citi India puts old Mumbai HQ on the block, deal likely to fetch Rs 300 cr

The property is located in the premium business district Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) and has a total office space of about 1 lakh square feet, which would fetch the group Rs 30,000 per sq. ft.<br /><br />

Foreigners dumping realty? Morgan Stanley pulls out of major Mumbai project
Business

Foreigners dumping realty? Morgan Stanley pulls out of major Mumbai project

The investment by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing (MSREI) was proposed to be deployed in jointly developing 1.6 million square feet office space in Mumbai's financial hub Bandra Kurla Complex.<br /><br />

Tight spot: Realtors turn to lawyers, accountants to push office sales
Economy

Tight spot: Realtors turn to lawyers, accountants to push office sales

Even though nobody believes that Indian real estate could collapse, the signs of a crash are all there.

New FTP: Why SEZ reforms are a boon  for real estate and IT
Economy

New FTP: Why SEZ reforms are a boon for real estate and IT

Many more IT companies will now be able to launch their own SEZs. Previously, only the largest IT players could have their own IT SEZs given the capital required to buy 25 acres land