By Accommodation Times News Services Ashutosh Limaye, National Director – Research, JLL India Mumbai has got another wake-up call to relook at its exorbitant real estate prices. With average prime district office rentals falling by 4% in 1Q15, Mumbai ... Accommodation Times, 1 week ago
Two Cities, Two Tales - Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago
Why Mumbais DP 2034 Was Scrapped – And What Next? - Accommodation Times, 2 months ago
1 images for "ashutosh limaye"
Watch the interview of Ashutosh Limaye of JLL India and Aliff Fazelbhoy of ALMT Legal with Sumaira Abidi on CNBC-TV18, in which they shared their reading and outlook on proposed rental laws in Maharashtra and property in general. W atch the ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago Here’s how the newly proposed rental act will affect you Money Control, 1 month ago
BENGALURU | NEW DELHI: Banking professional Nikhil Kumar had been hunting for a house in and around Noida for over two years but everything seemed expensive. Like others, he had hoped that by holding off long enough, prices would drop and his dream ...Economic Times, 1 day ago Home developers offering attractive discounts to clear inventory Economic Times, 1 day ago Start dreaming your dream home, developers offering attractive discounts to clear inventory & boost sales Economic Times, 1 day ago
MUMBAI: Mumbai, the country's commercial capital, has witnessed a 4% drop in average prime office rentals in the first quarter ended March. Exorbitant real estate prices and a shift in demand from Mumbai's Central Business District (CBD) Nariman Point to ...Economic Times, 6 days ago
City's average office rentals in central business districts fell 4% in the first quarter of 2015 compared with same period last year Massive spurt in the supply of quality office spaces in the secondary business districts (SBDs) of ...DNA India, 6 days ago Mumbai office rents fall as firms move to cheaper districts Abu Dhabi National, 1 week ago BKC, Lower Parel & Worli may run out of office space by end-2016 Financial Express, 2 weeks ago
Mumbai: With average prime district office rentals falling by 4% in the first quarter of 2015, Mumbai has performed better than just two cities in a global Jones Lang LaSalle survey, which was released on Thursday. Only Sao Paulo and Moscow, with ...Times of India, 1 week ago
MUMBAI: Mumbai, the country's commercial capital, has witnessed 4 per cent drop in average prime office rentals in the first quarter ended March. Exorbitant real estate prices and the shift in demand from Mumbai's Central Business District Nariman Point to ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Mumbai office rentals dip 4% in Q1, Nariman Point rates down 3.4% in a year Economic Times, 1 week ago
For potential home buyers, the coming three days (Friday-Sunday) could be a great opportunity to purchase property. With two companies — Amura Marketing Technologies and 99acres.com — organising a Realty Flash Sale (IRFS) that will showcase ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
The real estate market has been sluggish for a while as buyers and investors stayed away due to the sky-high prices. While bigger builders and developers refused to lower prices, the smaller builders who are not so financially strong found ...DNA India, 1 week ago
The Bengaluru property market is doing well, in an otherwise weak real estate market across the country which is seeing prolonged slowdown, JLL India told NDTV. "In terms of residential markets there is hardly any improvement. For a prolonged period ...NDTV Profit, 1 week ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!