Friday July 25, 2014
The housing price index shows that in Delhi NCR region prices fell 1.5 per cent in January-March 2014 compared to last year. In Bangalore, prices also showed a decline of 1.8 per cent. In Mumbai and Kolkata housing prices were up 3 per cent and 4.5 per cent. Chennai however saw a double-digit gain of 12.5 per cent.
Tuesday May 13, 2014
Property prices in India are likely to increase only after six months when the country will get a new government, a survey said in Mumbai on Monday.
Sunday March 23, 2014
Office space absorption is likely to rise 7 per cent this year to 29 million square feet in India's seven major cities as corporates look at expanding businesses, according to a report by global real estate consultant DTZ.
Monday February 3, 2014
There is a declining trend in the construction of housing activities in big cities like Kolkata and Chennai whereas a growth is apparent in small cities like Bhopal and Hubli in the housing sector, according to the Housing Start Up Index.
Monday December 23, 2013
Tata Group realty firm Tata Housing has bought 20 acres of land in Bangalore from Alstom T&D India for Rs 120 crore to develop a luxury housing project at the site.
Wednesday September 18, 2013
According to JLLM report, builders in Mumbai are sitting on inventory of 48 months, while Delhi real estate inventory is pegged around 23 months. Bangalore inventory levels are as high as 25 months.
Tuesday May 14, 2013
The increase has been even higher at 70 per cent in Thane and 74 per cent in Navi Mumbai.
Friday November 23, 2012
Showing a mixed trend, housing prices in 11 cities, including Bangalore and Kolkata, declined by up to 5 per cent in July-September, while rates in nine other places increased by up to 10 per cent, according to National Housing Bank (NHB).
Tuesday August 28, 2012
The sluggish property market in Mumbai is not an indicator of the boom witnessed in the rest of India. If the absorption rate of property is anything to go by, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon are witnessing a significant demand for residential property. Here are trends that could help you comprehend the trend in each city.
NDTV Correspondent | Saturday November 26, 2011
Bangalore will wake up to a new beginning on Thursday. For residents who are tired of the city's chaotic traffic, they will now have the options to chose from. The advantages of a sound mass transport system may not show immediately for the people, but realty prices, which have already risen sharply may see further jump. The Reach-1 of the ...
Bangalore News | mid-day.com | Friday October 14, 2011
With the inauguration date of the Metro Reach I inching closer, rates of properties along the 6.7-km stretch of the mass transit system have shot up significantly, much to the pleasant surprise of realtors. According to real estate experts, the metro project has jacked up rates by at least 20 per cent from Rs 7,000 per square feet to Rs 8,500 in t...