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Dubai has always been an attractive real estate investment destination for Indians, but the intensity of interest has increased considerably over the past few years.
The announcement made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8 last year, demonetising 86 per cent of the country’s old currency overnight, widely impacted the economy and real estate sector was no exception.
Demonetisation completes one year. On November 8, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the closure of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI) aims to expand its presence across India from 177 city chapters to 300 city chapters by 2018.
Demonetisation was undoubtedly a landmark event in the history of our economy. The aim of demonetisation was to curb the use of black money, but the cash crunch it caused contributed to significantly lower real GDP growth in the subsequent quarter
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI) is organising a New India Summit on November 9-10 at Nagpur to address the progress and issues faced by real estate developers from Tier-II, Tier-III and Tier-IV cities in the country. With the theme of ‘Small Towns, Big Capabilities’, CREDAI aims to realise the true potential of developers from non-metro cities to increase their contribution to the Indian real estate industry.
Indian real estate is all set to embark on a new phase with the advent of multiple policy reforms in the past nine to 10 months, such as demonetisation, RERA, infrastructure status to affordable housing and GST.
Cushman & Wakefield India has bagged the 5-star award for Property Consultancy Marketing and Best Property Consultancy in India at the Asia Pacific Awards 2017