Category Archives: Real Estate

How many books does it take to make a place feel like home?

At the turn of the millennium, Reid Byers, a computer systems architect, set out to build a private library at his home in Princeton, New Jersey. Finding few books on library architecture that were not centuries old and in a dead or mildewed language, he took the advice of a neighbor across the street, novelist Toni Morrison. Morrison “once famously Read More

CES 2022: Withings launches Body Scan that can measure users from top to bottom

Consumer Electronics Show 2022 is set to begin in Las Vegas on January 5. French company Withings has released its far most technologically advanced connected scale yet, the Body Scan. The Body Scan is accurate to within 0.1 pounds (50 grams) or double the previous model. It uses multi-frequency bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) to measure whole-body fat and water percentage, Read More

Low Interest Rate Regime On Home Loans To Continue, Say Realtors On RBI Policy

The Reserve Bank’s decision to keep key policy rates unchanged will lead to continuation of low interest rates on home loans and support ongoing recovery of housing demand, according to property developers and consultants. Welcoming the RBI policy, CREDAI President Harshvardhan Patodia said, the “RBI’s accommodative stance on keeping the repo and reverse repo rate unchanged is undoubtedly a progressive Read More

Snapdeal Co-Founder Kunal Bahl Reveals How the E-Commerce Platform Got Its First Angel Investor

The story of Snapdeal finding its first angel investor 14 years ago is as much a lesson in entrepreneurship as it is about enterprising. Describing it as a story of “kindness and serendipity,” Snapdeal co-founder Kunal Bahl said he met his first angel investor during a guest lecture at a US college. But it took him a few years to Read More

What Is James Altucher’s Early-Stage Crypto Investor? [Next Generation Crypto Summit]

James Altucher’s Next Generation Crypto Summit is a presentation that he did to promote his brand new investment newsletter called the Early-Stage Crypto Investor In the presentation, he focuses on a new generation of cryptos that he thinks may quietly ride a 9,900% growth curve over the next 5 years. James also talks about how he landed a 125X return Read More

Tips for Keeping Relevant Real Estate Blogs

Blogging was a big deal ten years ago, but with the explosion of social media, it has started to become less popular. However, a lot of brokers, owners, agents, etc., still enjoy keeping real estate blogs as part of their business model. Blogs are a great way to keep in touch with clients and other real estate professionals. They can Read More

Types of Real Estate Investors

Real Estate markets are extremely complicated. The price movements in this market are usually slow and difficult to come by. A major factor behind this is the type of investors who put their money in the real estate markets. Therefore, an understanding of the real estate markets has to be rooted in an understanding of the underlying participants as well Read More

₹ 75 Crore Black Income Detected After Raids On Real Estate Groups In Andhra, Telangana

The Income Tax Department detected undisclosed income of ₹ 75 crore after raiding three different real estate business groups based in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the CBDT said on Tuesday. The searches were carried out on November 10 at 30 premises in Vishakhapatnam, Hyderabad, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. “The search operation has resulted in the detection of undisclosed income to the tune of Read More

5 Basic Real Estate Investment Tips

Buying a home is, often, one of the biggest investments in one’s life. Being capital-intensive, it also works as a security blanket for our future. Thus, the transaction should be wise and backed by expert insights. If you are looking to buy a home anytime soon, here are some tips that will help.   Choose the right lender Choosing a Read More

San Diego Real Estate Market: Prices, Trends And Forecasts 2021

The San Diego real estate market remains at the forefront of the California housing sector. Local home prices are nearly three times that of the national average, and the pent-up demand created by the current pandemic has stimulated a healthy amount of activity. Pending sales are actually on the rise, despite historic valuations onset by competition. While demand persists, however, it appears Read More