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1.Mumbai top real estate destinations in terms of price escalation

According to the latest property index released by real estate portal Makaan.com, the Mumbai real estate market beat all Indian cities in terms of price escalation over a period of 12 months.


2.We are the pioneers of green development in India

You could say green is this man’s favourite colour! Vidur Bharadwaj, Director, The 3C Company, is no stranger to accolades for is far-reaching green building designs.


3.Adani buys 41 acre land in Gurgaon

Having made a big entry into the real estate sector through a 600 acre township project in Ahmedabad, Adani Group is making a foray into the lucrative realty market of Delhi-NCR.


4.Realty prices in Delhi NCR up 10-45%

According to a report by 99acres.com, a real estate portal, property prices in the Delhi-NCR region have escalated between 10-45 per cent in the last one year.


5.Ashiana to launch project in Bhubaneswar

Delhi-based real estate company, Ashiana Homes, is developing a large housing complex at Patiala near Bhubaneswar. The two decade old company, which has projects and operations in Delhi-NCR


6.House of Hiranandani eyes NCR to start its project

Surendra Hiranandani promoted House of Hiranandani is eyeing Delhi-NCR as its next destination to start residential project, besides looking at expanding its footprints to satellite cities such as Hyderabad and Pune.


7.Home property launches dip by 30% in 2012: Report

According to research report by Knight Frank high property prices, relatively higher mortgage rates and overall weak business sentiment resulted in residential launches declining by 30 per cent in 2012 compared to 7 per cent in 2011 in top six markets of Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.


8.The hot spots of Indian realty sector for investment

According to Knight Frank Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Pune, Chennai and Bangalore have emerged as the top five cities in India for investment in residential segment. The firm in its report said that People in India seek property not only for accommodation purpose but also as an investment option.


9.Fall in property prices

Real estate prices in small pockets of Delhi-NCR and Mumbai may fall 20-30 per cent in the next six months. A study of India's top 10 listed developers' balance sheets by Hindustan Times revealed a massive oversupply


10.Real estate is developing a lot in suburbs of big cities

The transformation of landscape is one of the significant changes the country has witnessed over the years. This means, cities have started expanding its limits and areas which were once categorized under suburbs have now become prime areas receiving maximum demand.


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