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All Projects By Ansal Housing Builders In Gurgaon

The realty about demonetisation

  2016-12-23      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Southern Peripheral Road: Emerging realty hotspot of Gurgaon

Southern Peripheral Road in New Gurgaon in the Delhi-NCR region is drawing increased attention of end-users and investors alike. Read on to know the reasons that are making SPR, the growing real estate hub in the region…  A crucial link between Faridabad-Gurgaon Road, Golf Course Extension Road and Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, the Southern Peripheral Road (SPR) is an emerging realty hotspot in

  2017-01-13      Renu Singh
Commercial

Real estate faces new reality as big bang reforms kick in, finally

The year 2016 was an articulation point for the real estate sector and with Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) becoming a reality, rising consumer activism, and high-value currency demonetisation that hit cash transaction oriented industry hard is easily a watershed year. All of these factors have contributed in laying the foundation to take realty, which laying the groundwork to make realty,

  2016-12-29      Rahul Singh
Commercial

The realty about demonetisation

Much has been signified and said about demonetisation and the all-pervasive influence on the world of real estate the good, the bad and the ugly. In the following paragraphs, we aim to dispel the myths surrounding the headlines as we outline our view on the aftermath of what is being regarded as a watershed moment for the real estate

  2016-12-23      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Electronic City offers residential property options

Residential properties in Bangalore are affordable as compared to other areas of Bangalore. Other IT hubs like Whitefield and Manyata Tech Park, have properties which are expensive.  Upendra Manchappa, property consultant, Vasathi Consultants Pvt Ltd states, “We cannot categorize all IT professionals as high-end buyers. A locality like Whitefield has a higher number of expats and NRIs; hence, the

  2016-12-23      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Ways to boost real estate sector post demonetisation

The real estate sector has been suffering from a severe downturn during the last two years. While the published prices have been stable, actual transactions have shown a price drop more than 25 percent due to poor demand. A report released by the property consulting firm Liases Foras during May 2016 suggests that unsold inventory with builders has exploded, reaching

  2016-12-22      Rahul Singh
Commercial

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

With pressure on liquidity and no cash to pay for basic utilities, the primary effect of demonetisation drive has been a knee-jerk reaction to a wait-and-watch policy mode. More than a month has passed for the demonetisation exercise, and yet, it's ongoing process continues to disorient the society which has been quite disconcerting. Its full impact can only come to

  2016-12-22      Rahul Singh
Commercial

In reality, some realty cos could ride out the turmoil

Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA), 2016 also a worry for a sector hit hard by the govt's demonetisation move; however, a select bunch could buck the trend. The real estate industry is considered the worst affected by the government's demonetisation move given the high-value cash activity involved in property dealings. But, the most harmful for the Property In India is

  2016-12-22      Rahul Singh
Commercial

10 learnings from 2016 for guaranteed returns

1. Are 1BHKs good for investment? Buying a 1BHK unit in any project is an investment which gives reasonable returns on a small investment along with an opportunity for an increase in the capital value of these properties. Investment in such assets near any commercial space is likely to give good returns. A 1BHK property is always rented out easily. In many

  2016-12-22      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Reason for celebration yet for Indian property buyers

So the laws for the Real Estate Regulatory and Development Act were published for the Union Territories on October 31st as per requirements. Is that a reason for celebration yet for Indian property buyers? The answer is a resounding yes. The fact is that these rules will become the model by which the states can draft their regulations and norms. Some

  2016-12-22      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Demonetisation to help real estate

Demonetisation may give jitters to the real estate in the short term, but the sector has a great future. With more than Rs 12 lakh crore already being deposited in various banks of the country after the Central government decided to demonetise inactive Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, real estate in India, like any other sector, has been

  2016-12-21      Rahul Singh
Commercial

No more drop in affordable housing prices, say developers

The affordable residential market is unlikely to see any significant price correction due to demonetisation, according to developers. This is because the sluggishness in the market over the last few months has already corrected the price and there is hardly any scope for further correction. The luxury market and the in particular resale market, however, is likely to see a

  2016-12-21      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Developers dropping inventory help home sales to top new launches

More residential properties were sold across India's uppermost seven markets in the first three-quarters of 2016 than the number of new inventories launched during the period. This has happened for the first time in eight years. Professionals said this reflects a new reality wherein markets are growing, and developers are consciously working to lessen inventory levels. Nearly 1.20 lakh residential

  2016-12-21      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Demonetisation made consumers defer purchases, but real estate developers holding onto price levels; Magicbricks’ Sudhir Pai explains

Sudhir Pai, chief executive officer, Magicbricks.com, says that demonetisation has pushed the likely customers of real estate to defer buying, but the developers are still holding onto the prices even as it is a terrible market for a seller. Pai speaks with FE’s Surya Sarathi Ray in an interview. Excerpts: How has demonetisation changed the realty market? The last two years had

  2016-12-21      Rahul Singh
Commercial

RERA speak - Exploring RERA effect

Vinit Deo, chartered accountant, chairman of Posiview Consulting Partners and realty expert, talks about Real Estate Regulation Act and its implications. The Real Estate Regulation Act (RERA) is a much awaited and welcome move for the not just the homebuyers but also for the developers. RERA will bring in the much-needed transparency in the real estate in India and boost

  2016-12-21      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Greater Hyderabad civic body budget for 2016-17 goes haywire

Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation's budget estimates for the current financial year 2016-17 seem to have gone haywire. Moreover, the estimates of the draft budget for the next fiscal year 2017-18 also appear to be on the higher side. The revised estimates for the 2016-17 and proposed budget for 2017-18 have been presented and passed by the standing committee of Greater Hyderabad

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh
Commercial

A confidence booster

The demonetisation move is likely to rekindle the interest of foreign investors in the realty market. Like with any sudden change in a major policy, there would be an in an evitable period of uncertainty and confusion that the realty sector would see as after effects of demonetisation. However, demonetisation, the passing of the RERA and its implementation are all

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Inclusive development - Sector set to bounce back

The yawning gap between demand and supply in the sector, projected in all the categories between 2016 and 2020, will push prices north, making real estate an attractive avenue for investment once again, experts say. The real estate in India went through a major transformation in 2016. Several development policies brought in by the Modi government--making FDI easy, the

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Banks to cut lending rates, sector set to revive soon

PM Narendra Modi recently announced at a rally that his government's demonetization drive would push banks to reduces lending rates significantly, triggering economic revival across the country--especially, in the real estate sector. The Modi government's demonetization activity will hit the real estate industry hard--in the short term--as it has traditionally seen a very high elements of black money and cash

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh
Commercial

Year-end special: Four cheers for property buyers in 2016

2016 brought good tidings to property buyers. A proactive government and religious courts took steps expected to bring down residential property prices, make the real estate in India more transparent and cut down delays in delivery. In a mostly investor-driven market, now end-user will be the king. Demonetisation Already there hasn't been enough demand with a lot of unsold and undeveloped

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh
Commercial

No more drop in affordable housing prices, say developers

The affordable residential property market is unlikely to see any significant rate correction due to demonetisation, according to developers. This is because the drowsiness in the market over the last few months has already adjusted the price and there is hardly any extent for further correction. The luxury market and the in particular resale market, however, are expected to see

  2016-12-20      Rahul Singh

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Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

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Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016

Sell of 645 Housing units for Rs 1,775 Crore Done By Oberai Realty In Mumbai

  30 feb 2016       30 feb 2016
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