India´s realtors are becoming increasingly transparent and tech-savvy in order to stay relevant in a glocal and diversified market.In a sector with forward and backward linkages with over 165 industries, they are investor partners, advisors, negotiators, helpers, even friends, philosophers and guides! They are, of course, India´s realtors.
The sentiment on Indian real estate among both domestic and international investors has improved in recent times following the election of a new government and upturn in consumer demand, says the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2015
Ramesh Nair, former Managing Director, of Jones Lang LaSalle India’s Chennai and Hyderabad regions, has assumed overall responsibility for the company’s Western India operations encompassing Mumbai and Pune region.
For the entire construction industry – from developers and architects to contractors and building materials and equipment suppliers – Tier-II and Tier-III cities spell an opportunity, and a chance to gild the country’s future.
The Maharashtra Government's decision to increase rates for properties on a long-term lease has left the builder community fuming. With real-estate prices skyrocketing, the rental market is also on an upswing now. Renting properties on a long-term lease basis is going to become as difficult as buying them as the state government recently approved a new lease rent based on ready-reckoner rates.
Growing urbanisation is pushing investors towards Tier II and Tier III cities to drive their growth story in a mutually beneficial way, writes GARIMA P. For 28 year-old Gurgaon-based IT professional Aniruddha Rai, Bhopal is more than his hometown. The small and quiet lanes he grew up in have transformed themselves into a hustling city.
A new-age smart home is an integration of automation services with the digital and electrical infrastructure of the building, as CW PROPERTY TODAY discovers. In a fully digital world, technology has taken centre-stage.