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1.Appointments

Black & Veatch appoints Mitesh Patel to head its Management Consulting business in India, South East Asia and the Middle East.


2.Here are the top eight cities that are to witness retail development!

Of the 85 new malls on the anvil, over 30 new shopping malls covering nearly 14 million sq ft are likely to come up in the top eight cities, according to Anarock. These include Gurugram, Noida, Greater Noida and Delhi in NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Pune.


3.Location: a well-known mantra of the retail industry and how it underlies mall success

Today's top-performing malls lie in prime destinations that are easily accessible by both public and private transport, opines Anuj Kejriwal, Managing Director & CEO, Anarock Retail.


4.Malls would have a larger catchment area in these Tier-II and Tier-III cities. Here's more!

Expansion of brick-n-mortar retail is also underway outside metros. Between 2006 and 2017, Tier-II cities reportedly received close to five times the investment of Tier-I cities, which Anuj Kejriwal, Managing Director & CEO, Anarock Retail ascribes to 'investors and mall developers realising the potential of these smaller markets and trying to make their presence felt.'


5.Look out for the one bright spot in housing real estate, the impact of RERA and more

Housing real estate is down. Sales fell by 35 per cent across eight major cities between July and September as against the previous quarter, according to research firm PropEquity.


6.REITs: A boon to DLF, Prestige, Indiabulls, Essar to sell their stake to international institutional investors

The Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) reform was heralded as the initiative that would bring depth to Indian commercial realty.


7.Will the RERA, GST and REITs reforms bring out the desired impact for real estate in 2019?

2017 was a bad year for Indian realty. Launches dulled as the industry reeled under the impact of demonetisation and the newly introduced Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA) and Goods and Service Tax (GST).


8.Government policies: GST, Insolvency Code, FDI, Delhi Land Pooling, Mumbai DP, driving real estate growth…

The silver lining for residential property buyers was the June 2018 amendment of the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC), 2016, which classified home buyers as financial creditors as opposed to their previous operational creditors status.


9.How funds saved real estate when banks failed...

Realty funds are poised to grow stronger as developers tailor offerings


10.Viable funds for India’s real estate

The flexibility of realty funds extends to the nature of their offerings