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Big churn at global real-estate consultancies JLL India and C&W
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Big churn at global real-estate consultancies JLL India and C&W

Cushman & Wakefield saw many senior executives quitting after its former managing director Sanjay Dutt quit in 2016 to join Singapore-based Ascendas Singbridge Raghavendra Kamath | Mumbai Last Updated at January 24, 2018 21:09 IST International property ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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PE investments in realty increase by 17% in 2017, while investments in residential sector dip by 29%

According to a report by property consultant Cushman Wakefield, PE investments in the realty sector grew 17 percent in 2017 to Rs 42,800 crore as against Rs 36,590 crore last year.
 Money Control2 months ago Foreign funds account for 60% of PE investments in realty in 2017  Business Standard2 months ago

Rolls-Royce appoints Cushman Wakefield on global mandate

The appointment extends a partnership which first began in the US in 2012, expanded into Europe the following year and has now been extended further into Asia-Pacific, a key growth market for the firm, and South America.
 Money Control1 month ago

FM fails to enthuse rural housing sector

Ritwik Mukherjee City: kolkata For the country’s real estate sector, the only highpoint in the Union budget 2018-19 was possibly the announcement of a dedicated fund for the affordable housing segment under the National Housing Bank. Otherwise, most ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Housing sales fall 17% in nine cities during 2017: PropTiger

Housing sales dropped 17 per cent during 2017 in nine major cities of the country because of demand slowdown and impact of new realty law, according to a report by realty portal PropTiger. Sales declined to 2,18,500 units last year in nine cities -- Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad -- against 2,63,500 units in 2016, the News Corp-backed PropTiger said in its report. Launches fell by 43 per cent to 1,63,573 units in 2017 from 2,88,748 units in ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Affordable housing segment saves realty sector the blushes

The affordable housing segment proved to be the silver lining in an otherwise dull residential real estate market in 2017, which saw sharp decline in launches as well as sale due to note-ban decision as well as regulatory changes, an industry report said.
 DNA2 months ago The new mantra  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Office space leasing drops 7% in 2017

FC Bureau City: New Delhi Net office space leasing fell by 7 per cent to 30.57 million sq ft in top eight cities during 2017 on lower supply and concerns about protectionist policies of some countries at the beginning of the year, according to property ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Realty sector tested by critical reforms this year; hopes for better 2018

The multi-year slowdown continued in the property market this year as sales and launches were hit due to triple tsunami -- demonetisation, RERA and GST -- but developers hope for recovery in 2018 driven by affordable housing that got infrastructure tag and ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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