The sentiment on Indian real estate among both domestic and international investors has improved in recent times following the election of a new government and upturn in consumer demand, says the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Asia Pacific 2015
A recently introduced legislation for the real estate sector offers hope of greater accountability, transparency and fair practice on the part of developers misleading consumers on the concept of super area, says SAARTHI BHATIA.
In the previous nine-month Budget, the new government outlined its vision for boosting affordable housing. From the upcoming 12-month budget, the Indian real estate sector looks forward to provisions that firm this vision up on the ground.
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.
German Engineering Federation (VDMA) recently hosted the ´ECA Financing in India: Financing solutions for leveraging business opportunities´ in Mumbai. Gangavaram Port celebrates World Environment Day by initiating a massive green belt development programme to create awareness
Sobha Ltd organised first-of-its-kind real estate conclave, centered around the theme—Agents of Change. The conclave highlighted forward-looking trends in the real estate industry, with an emphasis on Bengaluru market. It also deliberated on the latest technological advancements as well as other topical reforms such as RERA.