Category Archives: Real Estate

Where Will AI Take the Real Estate Market in 10 Years?

Artificial intelligence is here and shows no signs of slowing down. According to PwC, business leaders said they believe AI is going to be fundamental in the future. Most people referred to AI as a “business advantage.” The same survey reports that 63% of people agree AI will help solve complex problems that plague modern societies, and 59% agree that Read More

Embassy, Blackstone looking to buy promoters’ stake in Indiabulls Real Estate, says report

Realty firm Embassy Group and its investor partner Blackstone Group LLP are looking to buy the remaining promoters’ stake in Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd (IBREL), reported LiveMint. The Embassy Group had earlier bought 14 percent stake in IBREL from promoter Sameer Gehlaut for around Rs 950 crore in June, said the report. Now the firm, along with Blackstone, is keen on Read More

Stock market update: Realty shares mixed; Indiabulls Real Estate falls 4%

NEW DELHI: Realty shares were trading on a mixed note in Thursday’s morning session. Shares of Prestige Estates ProjectsNSE -0.48 % (up 3 per cent), Phoenix Mills (up 1.80 per cent), Oberoi Realty (up 1.35 per cent) and Godrej Properties (up 0.09 per cent) were trading with gains. Indiabulls Real Estate (down 4.23 per cent), Sunteck RealtyNSE 2.81 % (down 2.97 per cent), DLF Read More

Funds dry up for real estate sector; IL&FS, NBFC crises drag down sector

PE inflows accounted for more than $ 2.1 billion during January-June 2019, whereas 0 million came in from non banking financial companies (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs). A clutch of factors, including the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections and RBI tightening lending norms for NBFCs and HFCs, impacted investments in real estate during the January-June period in the current calendar year Read More

Real estate attracts $34 billion PE investment since 2014: Report

On the supply side, the report said the current estimate of housing shortage in urban areas is around 10 million units. Most of the housing shortage lies in the Economically Weaker Section and Lower Income Group segment. Indian real estate has attracted USD 34 billion private equity investment since 2014, largely in commercial real estate because of slowdown in housing Read More

Still teething? Two years on, 20% Hyderabad real estate projects yet to register with RERA

HYDERABAD: In spite of repeated extension of the deadline to register a real estate project and enhancing the late fee to Rs 3 lakh, apart from a 10 per cent penalty, a large number of realtors in the State are yet to comply with the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. While the Act has been implemented fully in other states, Read More

The missing number 13 in real estate

NEW DELHI: Buying a house is an emotional decision for many people. Actually, it is one of the biggest investment one makes in their lifetime. That is why for a common man many sentiments are attached to a home. Number 13 – is not only one of the most popular superstitions in the real estate sector but also impacts both residential and commercial sectors Read More

How This Real Estate Agent Made $100,000 In One Month From His YouTube Channel

Would you like to make a lot of money with a YouTube channel? A lot of people would, and many are trying. Motivation comes from the YouTube success stories, and one of those stories is Graham Stephan, a real estate agent who made well over $100,000 in just one recent month from his YouTube channel. If you want to make Read More

Metro Vancouver real estate market continues to cool

VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) — For the first time in a decade home buyers in Metro Vancouver are in the driver’s seat, according to a local expert. Real Estate Advisor Adil Dinani says that 25 per cent more homes are on the market than they were at this time last year, giving buyers more options. “For the first time in several Read More

Co-living Wave in the Real Estate Sector in India

The millennial generation is not only re-defining the way the new India works but also how it cohabits in the society. The contemporary concept of ‘co-living’ is the coming together of young professionals who have settled in Tier I and II cities and aspire to cohabit with culturally and professionally like-minded people in a space defined as a home away Read More