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1.Awards bagged!

KP Singh, Chairman DLF; Sushil Ansal, Chairman, Ansal Group; KJ Arora, Chairman, Arora Group and M Murali Mohan, Chairman, Jayabheri Group, bagged the ´Stalwarts of Real Estate Industry´ Award at the recently held 12th National Convention presented by the National Real Estate Developers´ Council in New Delhi.


2.CREDAI mulls 10 satellite townships in WB

Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India’s (CREDAI) Bengal unit plans to set up five mini-satellite townships near Kolkata and five more in rest of the state. With this plan, CREDAI aims to meet the housing needs of a burgeoning urban population


3.Interactive display centre by Canadian Wood

Canadian Wood opened an exclusive audio-visual display centre in Mumbai. The 1,300 sq ft space aims at helping architects, real estate developers


4.At a glimpse...

Ammann Apollo recently, in October, showcased its latest product - Asphalt batch mixing plant - Ammann Uniglobe UG 260s in its in-house exhibition Tech-Xage 2014 at its facility at Ditasan near Ahmedabad in Gujarat.


5.Developers bet big on foreign technologies

In order to reap cost advantage and trim execution time, Indian real estate developers are adopting overseas technologies like dry-wall technique, pre-fabricated construction, slip form construction, and Mivan technology.


6.Credai's plea to govt to pace up clearances

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (Credai) has appealed to the government to do away with 'antiquated laws'


7.Great realty deal for constomers in Ahmedabad

Real estate developers in Ahmedabad have finally budged to the demands of customers, this festive season. Earlier, during the boom period, customers’ demands for bargains had fallen on deaf ears, whereas now, the developers are ready to negotiate by not only offering cash discounts in price, but also giving buyers time to think before taking a final call on buying property.


8.'35% housing reservation for poor will hit middle class'

The Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI), the apex realtors' body on November 6 strongly opposed the Union government's proposal for reserving 35 per cent of the housing units for poor. Credai says that this would result in rise in prices for the middle-class people.


9.Mumbai sees higher participation by real estate developers

In Mumbai, higher participation by real estate developers, surge in offered projects, and uptick in new launches are key positives for home buyers.


10.VGN Partners with Pragnya PE Fund to launch Hazel.

VGN Developers, one of Chennai's leading real estate developers, launched its residential project, VGN Hazel near Poonamallee, one of the fastest growing Chennai suburbs. Spread across 5.67 acre, VGN Hazel will be an affordable residential development with 1/2/3BHK apartments. It will have 781 units across six blocks, each block comprising a basement, stilt and 14 floors.