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Connaught Place 9th costliest office market; Mumbai lags
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Connaught Place is ninth most expensive office market in world...

This makes CP costlier than Dubai, downtown Boston and Shanghai, says survey by CBRE Group Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Delhi#39;s Connaught Place 9th most expensive office market in the world: CBRE

Delhi#39;s air may not be getting any cleaner, but office prices in the city are going through the roof. Delhi#39;s Connaught Place, for instance, is the ninth most expensive office market in the world. That#39;s the word coming in from property ...
 Money Control1 week ago Connaught Place world#39;s 9th most costly office location: CBRE  Money Control2 months ago Connaught Place world's 9th most costly office location: CBRE  DNA2 months ago Connaught Place is world's 9th most costly office location: CBRE  Money Today2 months ago
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Indian real estate sector to witness $7 billion investment in 2017: CBRE

India continues to hold its position as the world's fastest growing G-20 economy, says report Press Trust of India | New Delhi April 27, 2017 Last Updated at 20:13 IST Indian real estate is expected to witness an investment of $7 billion this year on likely ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Office space leasing up 8 pc in Jan-March at 8 mn sq ft: CBRE

Office space leasing rose by 8 per cent during the first quarter of 2017 at nearly 8 million sq ft in eight major cities of the country, according to property consultant CBRE.
 DNA2 months ago

Anshuman Magazine: I expect increased investment from America to India

Anshuman Magazine of CBRE discusses effective leadership, millenials, Trump's America, and his core business -- the real estate market -- with Nivedita Mookerji. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ One of the best known names in Indian real estate, Anshuman Magazine, is clearly fond of restaurants with history. We arrive at The Spice Route in The Imperial on the chosen date and decide to sit outside as the restaurant is freezing cold. Magazine, who has stayed with CBRE for over two decades ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Money Control

Over 75% MNCs prefer India for outsourcing: CBRE survey

Buoyant economy, regulatory reforms has made India the most preferred market for outsourcing business among more than 75 per cent multinational companies, says a survey.
 DNA2 months ago

Bengaluru sees maximum housing sales in 2016 among 7 big cities: CBRE

Bengaluru led residential sales in India in 2016 with a 27% share as against 25% in 2015, CBRE said in a statement The post Bengaluru sees maximum housing sales in 2016 among 7 big cities: CBRE appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 month ago Bengaluru tops residential sales  Deccan Herald1 month ago Bengaluru sees max housing sales in 2016 among 7 big cities  DNA1 month ago

China's month-on-month home price growth remains robust in May

BEIJING - Prices in China's sizzling property market kept pace in May with the previous month, indicating resilient demand despite the imposition of tougher official measures to curb surging prices. Firm price gains highlight the challenge Chinese authorities ...
 Sify6 days ago

Chinese bankers flock to Hong Kong as expats retreat

HONG KONG - A flood of Chinese bankers is changing the social fabric of Hong Kong, as they rapidly expand their footprint in one of the world's premier financial centres, even as Beijing struggles to tame the former British colony politically. Twenty years ...
 Sify6 days ago

Want to buy a home? It's a good time now!

While Indians don't buy property during May-September due to the holidays/rains/ religious reasons, buyers should scout for property now, says Sanjay Kumar Singh. The real estate market seems to have largely shaken off the effect of demonetisation and returned to the pre-November level of activity. Many buyers had expected a massive, 30 per cent or so, decline in prices due to the government's war on black money, and had postponed purchases. While that did not happen, it still remains a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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