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Average rentals in Mumbai CBD fall by 4% in 2014-15

By Accommodation Times News Services Ashutosh Limaye, National Director – Research, JLL India   Mumbai has got another wake-up call to relook at its exorbitant real estate prices. With average prime district office rentals falling by 4% in 1Q15, Mumbai ... Accommodation Times, 2 months ago
Mumbai office rentals dip 4% in Q1 Economic Times, 2 months ago
The Financial Chronicle

Property prices set to fall in Mumbai, Delhi NCR

With the festive season ro­und the corner, property developers are signalling a reduction in prices. And you don't have to wait for the festivities to begin before buying your dream house. Both bankers and realty developers agree that there is scope for ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago

Realty bubble bursts

Calcutta has more unsold office space than any other Tier I city and real estate in Rajarhat, long regarded as the bellwether of growth in Bengal, is bleeding with one in three units vacant, according to data collated from various sources. A ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Distressed malls look to restructure or shutter operations

Several distressed malls across the country are up for sale or being considered for restructuring, indicating a consolidation in India's over-supplied mall market. Fourteen malls with a combined space of 3.5-4.5 million sq. ft are likely to ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
Indian Express

Mumbai sees 26.4% fall in home sizes over 5 years: Study

Area of houses in NCR-Delhi has dropped 9.7 percent over the past five years, in Pune it has come down by 7 percent, while Hyderabad has seen a 6.5 percent fall. In a sluggish real estate market with stiff prices, developers across major Indian ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Malay Mail

Mumbai drowns in trash as city struggles with overcrowding problems

A vendor selling vegetables waits for customers at his stall inside a slum in New Delhi September 23, 2013. — Reuters pic MUMBAI, July 27 — Which global city uses prime real estate nearly the size of New York's Central Park simply to dump trash ...
 Malay Mail1 month ago
Edge Property

Smelly dumps drive away affordable homes in land-starved Mumbai

4:01 PM MYT MUMBAI (July 27): Which global city uses prime real estate nearly the size of New York's Central Park simply to dump trash on? Mumbai. The land-starved peninsula currently discards 11,000 metric tons of refuse every ...
 Edge Property1 month ago Mumbai Brims With Trash as Dumps Crowd Out Cheaper Homes  Bloomberg1 month ago Prime Real Estate in Mumbai Is Used as Garbage Dump  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago Mumbai is overflowing with garbage  Livemint.com1 month ago

PM's housing-for-all scheme will face many challenges

The new Housing for All scheme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, which aims to provide a house for everyone by 2022, is facing a huge challenge acquiring the requisite mass of land needed to build affordable homes. The scheme, aiming to ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 month ago

PE funds head south attracted by rising real estate demand

Southern real estate markets such as Bengaluru and Chennai are becoming the most sought-after destinations for private equity (PE) investors as they seek to capitalize on growing demand for residential and commercial space in the region from the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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