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Big Deal!

Of private equity investments worth $4 billion in India’s real estate in 2018, the commercial segment has attracted a lion’s share of 70 per cent

Will affordable housing revive residential investments?

Equity investments down to 3 per cent in 2018 from 27 per cent

Warehousing, the sunrise sector for PE investments

Accounted for almost 19% of investments, the second highest in 2018

Will affordable housing revive residential investments?

Grappling with multiple issues like stalled or delayed projects, liquidity crunch

Highways to Life – Housing on Mumbai’s Western Express Highway

The lifeline of Mumbai has always been the suburban train network with local trains supporting more than 7.5 million commuters daily. However, due to immense overcrowding in local trains, the highway in the upmarket western suburbs is a viable commuting alternative for office goers.

16 million sq ft more of Grade-A office supply in Mumbai through 2018

Mumbai is among the top-five cities globally that will see the maximum addition to its office footprint in the next 18 months, according to a recent JLL report. Mumbai figures after Shanghai, Mexico City and Beijing – among 99 cities studied globally. The financial capital of India is expected to ..

Top Deals 2016

Whether it was large-scale acquisitions or private equity (PE) deals, 2016 was a mixed bag as far as investments in real estate were concerned. The market witnessed transactions worth US$ 5.6 billion during the year as against an approximate US$ 4.6 billion in 2015. Further, PE inflows showed a 62 p..

IT Campuses | The New Real

Recent times have recorded growth in the development of campuses for IT or ITES requirements, redefining the role of IT realty heads and showcasing opportunities for stakeholders in the real-estate sector.

What Do Buyers Want?

The real-estate sector, unlike any other, heavily depends on buyer demand. With projects being launched by the day, CW PROPERTY TODAY delves deeper to discover the preferences of the people.

What Buyers Want!

India is primarily an end-user market for the real estate sector. Although demand remains largely consistent, property sales volumes fluctuate on the basis of market influencers such as project pricing, end-user affordability, and macro-economic dynamics.