Category Archives: Real Estate

Six Indian cities among top 10 emerging investment destinations in Asia Pacific region

Moneycontrol News Six Indian cities, including Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Chennai and New Delhi are among the top 10 markets targeted by investors in Asia Pacific region. Most of the global investments for this year will be made in commercial office assets in these markets, says a report titled ‘Betting on Asia Pacific’s Next Core Cities’ by international consultant Cushman Read More


How project management is optimizing real estate value in India

Project management is not a recent phenomenon in India. Over the last few decades, India has undergone rapid industrialization – predominantly in the manufacturing ‘clusters’, most of which thrive in and around the metropolitan cities of the country. Some of the prime movers for this rapid growth have been the steady increase in per capita income propelling urbanization, and the Read More


How Co-Living Spaces Reshape Real Estate Industry of India

Millennial lifestyle trends like co-living is changing real estate sector India’s millennials, about 30% of our population, are typically changing jobs every 18-24 months and are increasingly valuing experiences over assets. This makes the concept of ownership no longer relevant for the urban Indian millennial. Especially when they think of homes. Millennials want flexible, social and affordable homes. They want Read More


SkySlope Lets Real Estate Brokers Manage Business Online

Real estate has always been one of America’s most lively industries. Every year, some two million licensed agents and 86,000 brokerage firms work day and night to move billions of dollars worth of commercial and residential properties. Bearing that in mind, it’s not difficult to imagine why so many young professionals flock to join the industry. But it takes a lot of hard Read More


Air India to sell prime real estate

Air India is planning to sell its properties and land parcels across the country. Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju met finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday to decide the process. Sources privy to the discussions say the idea is to sell real estate assets in cities, airport locations, and airline offices at prime locations. A consultant will be appointed Read More


Piramal Enterprises Looking To Expand In Real Estate Financing

Mumbai: Indian conglomerate Piramal Enterprises said it is looking to expand its real estate development business and also expects to have a licence to start providing home mortgages by July. The Mumbai-based group, whose interests range from pharmaceuticals to financial services and real estate financing in India’s big cities, said it now plans to finance top property developments in second-tier Read More


Real Estate Companies Waiting For Clarity On GST, New Law: Survey

New Delhi: Sentiment in real estate sector has improved post demonetisation but the industry is still in ‘wait and watch’ mode due to lack of clarity on reforms, including the new real estate law and GST, according to a study. Property consultant Knight Frank India and FICCI today released its real estate sentiment index, based on a quarterly survey of Read More


Former anchor Lily Jang returns to TV with real estate segment on KPRC-TV

Lily Jang joined KHOU-TV in February 2012 as the weekday morning anchor. Previously, Jang was a morning news anchor and reporter for Seattle’s KCPQ-TV. In late 2016, she announced she was leaving the station. Then, in 2017, she announced she was becoming a real-estate agent and would be hosting a real-estate segment on KPRC-TV. Despite being shuffled off KHOU-TV, Lily Jang Read More


Getting that real estate kind of feeling again?

Getting those real estate itchy fingers? Stock markets have been on a roll and the upswing in markets is usually a precursor of a jump in real estate prices as investors book profits and sink their money in land. The breathless expectations from a new real estate regulator, combined with an overall upswing in the mood of the economy, is Read More


Real Estate Content Strategy: SEO And Your Blog

If content writers had cocktail parties, I imagine things would go along quite swimmingly for a half hour or so: interesting conversation would be peppered with the most random factoids that only content writers would ever know.  Then, somewhere around the bottom of everyone’s first glass, I can envision some disagreements breaking out. You see, we’re not all of the Read More