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Property prices in Dubai surge but rents slump

Dubai rents fell by 2.7% on average in the year ending in August


Foundation laying event of Noida airport project likely in October

The stone laying ceremony was supposed to take place in August last week


Construction of first film city in Uttar Pradesh to start in Jan 2022

The film city will spread over an area of 1,000 acre and will be built at Rs 6,000 crore


Hyderabad residential sales records growth at 18%

Hyderabad accounts for 18% share across top 7 cities of India


Housing sales notes 75% growth in H1 2021: CBRE South Asia

With around 26% of the market share, Pune was the most active city in terms of sales


India’s 36 million sq ft flexible space segment to grow by 10-15% YoY in three years

On the back of demand for hybrid space, expansion across cities and sustained funding, CBRE expects India’s flexible stock to grow by 0-15 per cent year-on-year (YoY) from the current 36 million sq ft in the next three years.


Affordable housing: Grappling with the challenge of accessibility

The affordable housing industry is facing its share of challenges today. Certain decisions can make or break its future. Image: in the Gold file


Affordable housing: Grappling with the challenge of accessibility

There is a need for proper connectivity to make these projects viable


“Re-designing”, the future of real estate

Real estate, Covid-19, and new normal


Government keen on infrastructure investment for economic revival: MoHUA

The real-estate sector is one of the most important sectors of the economy and the government is keen on infrastructure investment as it helps in the revival of the economy, said Durga Shanker Mishra, Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA).


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