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Sep 17, 2013
Realty inventories near record high: Buyers should drive hard bargainsThere is simply too much inventory available for property builders to not offer discounts. It's time for buyers to drive hard bargains.
Apr 12, 2013
Why property is the biggest con-job on investorsWhen property is so unaffordable, we still end up buying it because we think it will appreciate. Well, this is a bad reason to buy. What goes up can also come down. And it will.
Apr 02, 2013
Why real estate market could start cracking in 2013If the economic slowdown persists, realtors are seeing a gradual 2-3 percent price decline every year for the next few years
Mar 14, 2013
Why car sales are falling but not realty pricesWhen demand falls, sales fall too. But the real estate market is rigged, and builders and investors have an inside edge over real buyers.
Dec 21, 2012
Aman ki aasha: For DLF, asset sales are a struggleDLF's sale of non-core assets to cut debt is not really making a difference. Aman Resorts appears to be one more distress sale
Jul 07, 2012
Mumbai realty: How the builder-politician nexus cheats usWhy Mumbai manages to raise property prices even when no one is buying. The regulations have aided the process of creating artificial supply shortages.
Jun 08, 2012
A 39-cr SoBo flat? One swallow does not make a summerA South Mumbai flat that sold for Rs 39 crore may be the exception that proves the rule: the luxury flat market is in a slowdown.
Dec 27, 2011
Uncomfortable times coming up in real estate?If business cycle conditions and financial conditions worsen, the problems of borrowing by real estate developers and speculators will get worse.
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