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1.Hyderabad offers homes at cheaper prices: reports

Media reports have claimed the residential real estate prices in Hyderabad are the cheapest among all Indian metros. A recent study by Artha Yantra acknowledged the fact yet again.

2.Realty prices in metros may be unsustainable: Report

Investment demand for real estate in metros, rather than the demand from those who want to stay in the house they are buying, seems to have outpaced the rise in home prices in these cities compared to in the smaller ones. And this faster pace of rise in real estate prices in the metros may eventually turn out to be its own undoing, a report by Japanese financial services firm Nomura pointed out. The report by Sonal Varma and Aman Mohunta of Nomura said that the growing divergence between real es

3.Mount Road Metro delayed by a year

Mount Road Metro in Chennai, initially scheduled to be completed by March 2016, will now be ready by 2017 owing to lack of funds. In the Government Estate-Saidapet

4.Innoavtion in its DNA

When Al Fara´a Group started in India in 2011, it had one project, and today, the company is doing 26 projects, with a turnover close to Rs 650 crore and an order book of around Rs 2,000 crore.

5.Ace of Ports

Whether it is the economic scenario or weak infrastructure spending, ITD Cementation has overcome every challenge and now views the ports sector as significant to its expansion and growth.

6.A Vision of Tomorrow

According to the UN Global Health Observatory´s findings, cities across the world will witness a high population growth in forthcoming years.

7.Manish Aggarwal, Partner and Head of Energy and Natural Resources, KPMG in India

Budget 2017 augments the already established mode of using government budgetary spend to boost infrastructure in an overall tepid private sector investment sentiment.


The construction and infrastructure sectors have always been an indicator of the Indian market situation, which now looks promising.

9.NAREDCO hails the announcements of Union Budget 2017-18

India’s leading apex body for real estate sector, National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) has welcomed the provisions of the Finance Bill 2017, under which government has proposed to award infrastructure status to affordable housing segment.

10.Indian real estate is on its recovery path says

The residential real estate market has made a strong comeback in 2018, especially in metros and Tier-I cities. Even corporate leasing has seen a fair share of rise as compared to the previous years.

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