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6 Indian cities among the world’s fastest growing

India is home to six of the world’s 30 most dynamic cities. In JLL’s City Momentum Index (CMI) 2017, the country’s primary IT and technology hub, Bengaluru, sits at the top. It is followed #82 Money Control, 4 weeks ago
Bangalore world’s most dynamic city The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
6 Indian cities in world's most dynamic list Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Budget 2017: Good times for home buyers

It is the most important financial exercise to set the course of India's economy for an entire year. Union Budget 2017 has been declared - and it has impacted the real estate sector in a big way. It is no secret that the sector has been going through ...
 Sify4 weeks ago Budget 2017: What the Finance Minister can do for home buyers  Sify1 month ago
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Bengaluru beats Silicon Valley to become World's Most Dynamic City; 5 other Indian cities feature in top 30

Six Indian cities have carved their way to the worlds 30 most dynamic places with Bengaluru leading the chart. These cities have the ability to embrace technological change, absorb rapid population growth and strengthen global connectivity. Cities in India, ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Bengaluru pips Silicon Valley, becomes the most dynamic city in the world  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Note ban, mega deals shaped India's realty segment

While office and mall properties enjoyed revival and saw some big PE deals, residential real estate was hit by double whammy - stagnating prices and demonetisation, reports Raghavendra Kamath/Business Standard from Mumbai. The year 2016 was good for commercial real estate, including malls and office property. However, pain continued for residential real estate. While the housing segment went through a prolonged slowdown, the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act or Rera was a further ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why it doesn't make much sense to invest in a house, now

In the Budget, the government has banned cash transactions above Rs 300,000. This means that people will have to pay stamp duty and registration charges on the actual cost of transaction. Property investors never had it this bad. Prices have been stagnant for the past couple of years due to the ongoing slowdown. Demonetisation led to further dwindling of demand. Recent changes announced in the Union Budget are set to hurt investors further. From the next financial year, you will only be able to ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Finance first

One of the consistencies on display by this government has been its steady support for the affordable housing segment. For the last two consecutive Union budgets, the finance minister has not just kept his gaze consistent on the subject, but has also ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Looking for budget push

With the real estate and property market continuing to be in a low, thanks to the general economic conditions and the impact of demonetisation, the industry is looking ahead to the Union budget to be presented on Wednesday. In addition to the general ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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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 Chronicle2 months ago Real Estate: The year that saw the biggest changes in decades  Sify2 months ago
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New affordable housing benefits not for urban poor

Effects of the new schemes launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana would be felt more in tier II and tier III cities, as not many budget or affordable housing projects are in the works in metropolitan cities. The poor in urban India might stay untouched by the initiatives announced by the prime minister on the last day of 2016. Effects of the new schemes launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana would be felt more in tier II and tier III cities, experts said. Not many budget or ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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