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Builders have a new mantra: homes for millennials
Hindustan Times

Real Estate Market in 2016 and Outlook for 2017

Home » Anshuman Magazine » CBRE India » Housing » Property » Real estate » Mr. Anshuman Magazine, Chairman, CBRE India and South East Asia India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and real estate has been one of the ... Pocket News Alert.com, 1 month ago
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RBIs decision to keep the repo rate unchanged comes as a surprise: Anshuman Magazine

Lowering the repo rate would have provided a strong thrust to the real estate sector. Having said that, the Central Bank’s withdrawal of the incremental CRR is encouraging, as it will bring in more liquidity in the market.
 India Infoline1 month ago RBI's decision to keep the repo rate unchanged comes as a surprise: Anshuman Magazine  India Infoline1 month ago No rate cut a let down for realty in Mumbai  Hindustan Times1 month ago Industry reacts to RBI Policy Repo Rate Announcement  India Infoline1 month ago

Office rentals to peak on demand surge across top cities

Limited supply sees developers entering into pre-commitment deals with prospective tenants Mumbai, January 19: Is limited supply in the office market space leading to high rentals? Market seems to indicate that commercial rental market is ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago
Huffington Post India

Realty hit hard by demonetization, awaits white money buyers

NEW DELHI: Property market, long considered a black money safe haven, seems to have taken a big hit from demonetization, with developers seeing their sales drop by about 50 per cent in the last three months and now pinning their hopes on buyers ...
 IndiaPost1 day ago Demonetisation Delivers Massive Blow To Real Estate Market, Developers Say Sales Down By Half  Huffington Post India5 days ago Realty hit hard by demonetisation, awaits 'white…  Arabstoday.net2 days ago Realty hit hard by note ban, awaits white money buyers  Millennium Post5 days ago
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India's Office Market Hits 500 Million Square Foot Mark

Office Absorption in India Hits Record Levels According to CBRE India's latest India Office MarketView Report Q4 2016 , India's office market witnessed an all time high annual absorption of over 43 million square feet in 2016, registering a growth ...
 World Property Channel3 days ago India Office MarketView Report  Nbmcw.com1 week ago Revealed: How millennials spend at work and play  Times of India1 month ago RICS School of Built Environment launches second campus in India  This Week Bangalore2 months ago
Hindu Business Line

Real estate sector will need to be formalised

Top officials of several real estate developers across the country – from Chennai to Kolkata, from Hyderabad to Pune and Mumbai to Bangalore and the National Capital Region – say that even though the market took a big hit post demonetisation they foresee ...
 The Financial Chronicle5 days ago Will 2017 open new vistas for realty sector?  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago Real estate heads for subdued start  The Hindu3 weeks ago Expert speak: Will changes in 2016 help real estate?  Livemint.com3 weeks ago
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Indian Express

Office space: US policy shift may shake demand in India

US President-elect Donald Trump has clearly outlined a policy of protectionism and if the US were to change its stance on outsourcing, there could be a significant dent to the demand for office space from American companies in India, especially in ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Bengaluru and Delhi NCR dominate office leasing market with 47% share

Despite the note ban, India's office market witnessed an all-time high annual absorption of over 43 million sq ft in 2016, registering a growth of 9% on a year-on-year basis. Supply addition during the year touched 35 million sq ft with India's ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Office leasing hits all-time high at 43 mn sq ft in 2016: CBRE  Smart Investor1 week ago India's office market absorption hit all time high at 43 m sq ft in 2016: CBRE  Hindu Business Line1 week ago India's office market register a rise of 9% on a y-o-y basis  Economic Times1 week ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

Delhi's historic commercial centre has become the hottest spot for a pub-crawl, and everyone's invited

Connaught Place (CP) isn't what it used to be. Over the years, New Delhi's busy commercial hub has been home to a handful of banks, airlines, upmarket restaurants, and cinema halls, besides India's largest life insurer, the Life Insurance ...
 Quartz1 week ago India's commercial property market undergoes a revival  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago

Unharmed by demonetisation, real estate sector to bounce back in 2017

For the real estate housing sector, 2016 turned out to be a year of low launches and sale. However, say experts, recovery is expected this year. After demonetisation, the fillip given to the affordable housing sector, coupled with remonetisation ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago Real estate to bounce back in 2017  Smart Investor1 week ago Undeterred by note ban, real estate may bounce back in 2017  Smart Investor1 week ago
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