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Will India's uber-luxury flats see real buyers?
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Real estate market cold as realtors fail to woo customers this...

According to property research firm Liases Foras, there were about 7.6 lakh unsold apartments across India at the end of June. “There isn’t such a big boost. NEW DELHI: The festive season has failed to bring cheer to the real estate market, with ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
Festival season fails to cheer real estate sector New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
Home buyers not fully convinced about real estate Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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Business Standard India, 4 days ago

Where are 5 lakh houses to be constructed before 2015?

By Dr Sanjay Chaturvedi By Accommodation Times News Services Conventions and Conferences are now a days becoming platform for enhancing individual public images and PR. Enhancing brands of the firm and individuals. PR agencies are making all ...
 Accommodation Times4 hours ago
Financial Express

After minimal activity, realty in Maximum City picks up

Property sales registrations in Mumbai have seen a marginal year-on-year increase of 8.3% in July-September 2014, signalling a revival in buyer sentiment. This is after a 9.4% y-o-y fall in sales registrations witnessed between January and June ...
 Financial Express2 days ago
Times of India

Homebuyers take up cudgels against errant builders

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI/KOLKATA: There was a time when anyone buying a home was at the mercy of the developer. Delays, shoddy construction, unjustified price increases — all had to be swallowed without protest. That seems to be changing, with at least ...
 Times of India3 days ago
Rediff.com

Dull Diwali awaits realtors as buyers remain cautious

  Ganesh Iyer, a bank employee, was planning to buy an apartment at a recent property exhibition in Mumbai. But he could not zero in on any property, as the prices were high. “Prices are still high and I cannot afford them. I will wait for another three-four months and see how prices will move,” he says. Buyers like Iyer are likely to make this Diwali dull for property developers. Although markets such as Mumbai and some places in the national capital region have continued to ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Dull Diwali for realtors as high prices, interest rates keep buyers away  Business Standard India4 days ago Buyers weary, dull Diwali for realtors  Business Standard India4 days ago High prices, interest rates make this a dull Diwali for realtors  Business Standard India4 days ago

Crackdown of DLF to shake up Indian realty

Market regulator's ban comes at a time when home sales have fallen due to poor consumer sentiment Mumbai: Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India's (SEBI) ban on DLF, one of India's largest real estate developers, from accessing ...
 Gulf News1 week ago DLF : Crackdown of DLF to shake up Indian realty  4 Traders6 days ago

20 fatos que deveriam ser de conhecimento de todos mas não são

1. Aquários para peixes dourados são lugares ruins para manter-se um peixe dourado. View this image › Eles são muito pequenos para permitir uma filtragem adequada e não proporcionam oxigênio suficiente. Tijelas para Goldfish, diz o ...
 BuzzFeed1 week ago
Business Standard India

High inventories force realty price slump in big cities

A vibrant festive season notwithstanding, things are hardly looking up for the real estate sector. The notion that real estate is the best asset class to fight inflation as it gets high positive returns on investment may not hold true in the coming times. The ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Real estate revival may begin this festive season  Business Standard India1 month ago From the Managing Editor: September 2014  Business Today India1 month ago
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India Construction Market

The future markets for industrial minerals tend to depend on the business cycles of the industries that use these minerals. This is also true for the market for such materials as gypsum, a key ingredient for manufacturing of building materials. The ...
 companiesandmarkets.com2 weeks ago

Re: Climate change and cocoa

I have read so many comments, articles, suggestions and as well as solutions as to how government policies over the years damaged the cocoa economy in the country. With all these write-ups so far, especially in The PUNCH, I could deduce that many of ...
 Nigeria Punch1 month ago
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