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

Realty funds are poised to grow stronger as developers tailor offerings

2.India's Top Builders on the expected impact of RERA, GST and REITs for real estate in 2019!

While 2018 has seen the teething problems of RERA and GST fast settling, which has also resulted in to substantial growth in new launches; India's leading builders see a positive impact of the reforms with growth prospects across sectors.

3.What Buyers Want? - EAST

Comparing regions, there is not much difference in perception in terms of what buyers want. Kolkata as a city is unique in its way. There are different perceptions about the market. While some look at it as a slow market, I personally see movement in the present day.

4.Look out for the materials and methods to make Façades more efficient, safe, useful and aesthetic

Between the environment exterior to a building and the interior environment lies the Façade. 'The first and most important function of the Façade is to act as a filter between the inside and outside environment,' says Manit Rastogi, Founder Partner, Morphogenesis.

5.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.

6.Top Innovisionary Builders - Ambuja Neotia Group

Where change is the only constant,Harshavardhan Neotia Chairman INNO-VISION ZONE, With several projects in Eastern India and other parts of the country in the pipeline, Ambuja Neotia Group continues to live by its maxim of making a difference to the way people live.

7.Clusters call

Today, Mumbai's 100-year-old Bhendi Bazaar, a place rich in history and culture, once considered among the liveliest local shopping destinations, is in a dilapidated shape. Eighty per cent of the buildings have been declared unfit for living.

8.Industry wishlist

Downward pressure on margins, availability of funds and slow moving order books - these summarise the performance of the construction and building sector in 2013. Going forward, faster execution of projects and seamless flow of funds into the sector hold the key to a positive outlook of this sector.

9.'Deal'ing it right

In one of the decade's largest real estate deals in Kolkata, Ambuja Realty has acquired the RMZ block of Ecospace Business Park in New Town, Rajarhat, Kolkata.

10.India's Top Builders: Ambuja Realty

Its mission is succinct: to make a difference in the way people live. And Ambuja Realty has done just that.

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