The newly proposed residential projects in the city may not have as much open space as those likely to live in them would like to. This is because, developers are cutting down on open space to squeeze in as many parking slots as possible. Why is ... DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Buying a new house is going to cost you dearly in the new year, for the government has hiked its ready reckoner rates (RR) between 30 per cent and 40 per cent. This move is likely to dash the hope of those potential buyers who were waiting for a ...DNA India, 3 weeks ago Your dream home just became a distant dream DNA India, 3 weeks ago
Development of at least 650 buildings has been restricted by the CODs at Malad and Kandivli With each passing day, Rashid Siddiqui, with his ten family members, is reeling in tremendous financial pressure to cope with the increasing rent for ...DNA India, 1 month ago
Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis recently decided that the state government and its authorised agencies will give approvals for residential projects within seven days of receiving the project proposals from builders. The chief minister made this announcement ...DNA, 1 month ago
The weighed average cost of a new apartment in tony South Mumbai has soared to a dizzying high of Rs 7.5 crore, leading to peaking of an inventory pile-up to such an extent in the area that it will take more than eight years for many units to get ...Indian Express, 2 months ago
If state property registration department figures are any indication, Mumbai's real-estate market is in dire straits and it could collapse anytime. In October 2014, the government could earn only Rs 15.19 crore from 16,700 properties that were ...DNA India, 2 months ago
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