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70% of unsold homes in Mumbai are priced at Rs 1 crore each

70% of unsold homes in Mumbai are priced at Rs 1 crore each

JLL study reveals 30,501 out of 44,032 units fall in this ticket size. Nearly 70 per cent of unsold homes in Mumbai are priced at about Rs 1 crore (Rs 10 million) each. This is one of the major reasons why residential real estate is not picking up, says a new study. According to the study, by property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), 30,501 out of 44,032 units fall in this ticket size.  With an average annual income of Rs 7.5 lakh, a Mumbai resident will take 13 years to pay for a ..., 1 week ago

New tricks for the old trade: Smaller homes to boost sales

India's real estate has undergone several transitions over the past decade. Among the major trends is how developers have been decreasing apartment sizes to suit affordability of buyers. Builders are exploring innovative ways to make residential ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Find out if India's Modi has made good on his real estate promises  Property Report2 weeks ago Real estate developers are decreasing apartment sizes to suit affordability of buyers  Financial Express1 month ago Developers Reduce Apartment Sizes To Boost Affordability  Accommodation Times1 month ago

Home sizes shrink in urban India; Mumbai sees 26.4% fall in 5 years

Bengaluru : The average size of apartments are shrinking across all major cities in India as developers try to make homes more affordable for buyers. In the past year or so, sizes of apartments in the Mumbai metropolitan region saw the sharpest ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Builders trim average flat sizes by upto 26% in last 5 years: JLL  Economic Times1 month ago Builders trim flat sizes by upto 26% in 5 yrs: JLL  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Builders Trim Average Flat Size by up to 26% in 5 Years: JLL  NDTV Profit1 month ago
Money Today

JLL asks home buyers to avoid Noida Extension, Greater Faridabad

JLL India has declared Noida Extension, Greater Faridabad and Delhi's L & J zones as 'high-caution' areas. "The National Capital Region (NCR) has some locations that buyers are best advised to avoid. Various issue
 Money Today1 month ago Why home buyers should avoid these areas  MSN India2 months ago Avoid Noida Extn, Gr Faridabad: JLL to home buyers  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Buying a home in NCR? JLL says avoid these areas  Money Control2 months ago
Accommodation Times

Slowing Housing Sales Where Does The Problem Lie?

Accommodation Times News Services By Suvishesh Valsan, AVP Research & Real Estate Intelligence Service, JLL India Sales of residential units declined significantly over the last two years, particularly in the initial periods. The number of ...
 Accommodation Times1 month ago Indian Real Estate: Once Again Attractive For NRIs  Accommodation Times2 months ago Property Negotiation: Failing To Prepare Is Preparing To Fail  Accommodation Times2 months ago Slowing housing sales - Where does the problem lie?  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago
Financial Express

RBI cuts repo rate by 50 bps, how it will impact the economy

The Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday slashed the repo rate by 50 basis point during its monetary policy review. (PTI) In a surprise move, the Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday slashed the repo rate by 50 basis point(at which the central bank lends ...
 Financial Express5 days ago Home, auto loans may become cheaper as RBI cuts interest rate by 50 bps  Financial Express6 days ago

Is it a penthouse, villa or bungalow for you?

ithin a span of a week, India saw two of its most expensive real estate buys. First, Aditya Birla Group chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla purchased an iconic bungalow in south Mumbai's posh neighbourhood of Malabar Hill for Rs. 425 crore. Then, in just ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Kumar Mangalam Birla Set To Buy One Of Mumbai's Costliest Homes, Jatia House, For Rs 425 Crores  Indiatimes3 weeks ago Kumar Mangalam Birla may buy Jatia House for $63M  VC Circle3 weeks ago Kumar Birla set to buy Mumbai bungalow for Rs 425 crore  Times of India3 weeks ago
India Today

RBI move to reduce rates by 50 bps to help drive business recovery: India Inc

The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) said the industry was happy that the RBI has finally recognised the weakness in underlying economic activity and the need for a reduction in borrowing rates to drive a recovery. Reserve Bank of ...
 India Today5 days ago
Business Insider India

Mumbai property prices are plain crazy! Even the unsold flats costs over a crore

Property prices in most of India's metro cities have gone crazy . Mumbai , being the financial hub of the country, is also the most expensive when it comes to property prices. If you are planning to invest in the real estate segment in Mumbai, ...
 Business Insider India2 weeks ago Guess what? Only 3.35% of unsold homes in Mumbai region are ready to move in apartments  First Post.com2 months ago Property prices may see correction in festive season  DNA India1 month ago Property prices set to fall in Mumbai, Delhi NCR  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Lodha to set up arm for super-luxury homes

Bengaluru: Lodha Developers Pvt. Ltd, the country's largest developer in terms of sales, is setting up a separate business vertical to develop super-luxury projects, starting with Mumbai and London. Headquartered in London, The Luxury Collection ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
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