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1.Real Estate Budget Reactions

A mixed bag of reactions by real estate sector on full Union Budget 2019-20

2.Budget Reactions - Construction

Has Budget 2019 met the construction sector expectations? Industry experts share their views.

3.REITable office assets expected to be valued at $ 35 billion: JLL India

Bengaluru will provide highest REITable assets worth $10.7 billion

4.JLL: Potential value of REITable office space assets at $35 billion

India has already seen its first REIT listing from Embassy Group-Blackstone JV in March this year

5.ICRA: Amended InvIT, REIT regulations to widen investor base

The amended regulations are likely to result in increased penetration of these financial instruments

6.Why our megacities continue to attract maximum investments?

Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru continued to be the favourite destination of investors in the last 10 years

7.Amended InvIT and REIT regulations to widen investor base, suggests ICRA

Recent amendments made to the regulations of infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) and real-estate investment trusts (REITs) by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) are likely to enable increased penetration of these financial instruments, according to a note by ICRA.

8.Amended InvIT and REIT regulations to widen investor base: ICRA

The two metro rail projects have been constructed by a Tata Projects-led JV

9.Navi Mumbai – A destination of choice

Development of Navi Mumbai was first witnessed in 1971. This satellite city was slow to take-off, and there was hardly any growth for the first two decades. But all it needed was an extension of the suburban railway corridor from Airoli to Vashi, for the city to explode, in a good way.

10.Here’s a roundup of 2017 for the real estate market

The Indian real estate market is agitating for a better tomorrow. All the hiccups and hassle shall now be converted into profits and actions.