27 November 2018, Tuesday
The Indian Real Estate Industry is one of the most rapid and booming sectors due to an increase in u ...
30 October 2018, Tuesday
A mortgage loan is a type of loan where property/real estate is the collateral. It is pledged to bor ...
20 July 2018, Friday
A greater portion of India’s real estate market is concentrated in metropolitan citi ...
11 June 2018, Monday
Loan against property (LAP) is more of a secured loan. You can use your property as a security/collateral and avail a loan against it. The a ...
06 June 2018, Wednesday
Does inequality between genders exist in everyday life? You be the judge. You will see gender discrimination all around you. Does gender discriminatio ...
Sunday, June 3, 2018, 8:23 AM
In its annual pre-monsoon survey, the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) has declared seven buildings in the city as extremely dangerous. There are 93 dilapidated buildings which fall under the jurisdiction of the BMC and the state housing minister said that these dilapidated buildings fall in C1 (dangerous) category of the municipal corporation and the BMC will be getting them vacated too.
Friday, April 27, 2018, 11:35 AM
The implementation of the Real Estate Regulation Act, 2016, in the country is woefully short of expectations even almost a year after all its sections became law on May 1, 2017. Of the 28 states where the action is to be enforced, only three have appointed a permanent regulator, only 14 states have functional web portals, and only 20 states have notified the rules.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018, 7:52 AM
Madhapur has risen in real estate valuation to be the most expensive area in Hyderabad, with one square yard being auctioned for a whopping Rs.1.52 lakh, which is the highest in the city, and thus overtaken from Kokapet, which bagged the honours last year. The HMDA, has put land for auction and earned Rs.182-crore by selling 435 plots of 110 square yard in Madhapur.
Sunday, April 22, 2018, 12:05 PM
Sitting on huge unsold housing inventories, real estate developers across nine major cities launched only 27,800 units during March quarter, down 60 percent from the year-ago period, as they focused on clearing existing stocks, says a report. Launches of new homes stood at 69,489 units during January-March last year, News Corp-backed realty portal PropTiger said in the latest report.
Thursday, April 19, 2018, 3:25 PM
Housing prices fell by an average 7% during January-March in nine major cities over the previous quarter as developers cut property rates to boost their sluggish sales, according to real estate research and analytics firm PropEquity. Unsold housing stock fell by 2% to 5,95,074 units during March quarter 2018 from 6,08,949 units in the previous quarter due to increase in sales volume.
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