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1.Chennai has least unsold inventory of 40,000 home units

Chennai real estate has lowest inventory of 40,000 unsold home units among other metro cities due to sudden spurt in the real estate prices, says a study by Jones Lang LaSalle, a global real estate firm. The study said that Chennai had 10 months of unsold inventory, the lowest, when compared with cities like Gurgaon (14 months), Hyderabad (12 months), Kolkata (12 months), Pune (14 months), Mumbai (34 months) and Bangalore (23 months).

2.Retailers eye small cities as metros become costly: JLL

As metro cities in India become unaffordable and good retail spaces are hard to come by there, domestic and international retailers are exploring opportunities in small towns for expansion, says a report by real estate consultancy firm Jone Lang LaSalle. Indore, Kochi, Ludhiana, Nagpur, Jaipur and Udaipur are the upcoming cities that retailers are considering with increasing seriousness, says JLL.

3.A New Perspective

VENKAT SUBRAMANIAN offers a viewpoint for the construction industry that is in sync with the rapidly changing economic and ecological dynamics. India is a hotbed of urban development today.

4.Request to Centre to speed up airport construction

The aviation regulator has requested the Centre to speed up construction of new airport terminals and additional airports near metro cities, voicing concern about an anticipated rise in congestion and lack of infrastructure at major aerodromes.

5.Congestion at airports to ease as 18 greenfield projects receive clearances

In order to ease the growing congestion at airports, especially metro cities, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has cleared 18 new greenfield airports in the country. T

6.Over 98 per cent of respondents prefer to invest in real estate in Tier-II cities – Magicbricks poll

While metro cities are struggling with issues like lack of space, over-population and housing development nearing saturation, it is the Tier-II cities that have emerged as the next focused investment destinations for real estate buyers in India.

7.India to get CCTV cameras under $1.5 bn campaign

Secure Cam IT Solutions, a UAE-based company, has launched a campaign to facilitate more than 1.5 m buildings worldwide with security camera solutions.

8.Single-window approvals by governments to accelerate industry growth

Post the revival of the Indian real estate sector through a series of initiatives by the government, the confidence of homebuyers has increased with a clear understanding of the market.

9.This year, we will focus on the influencer and try to co-create products

With over 1,000 pan-India dealers, H & R Johnson has various product categories to offer complete solutions to its customers.