Very good place for family with all morden amenity, fan, light, crurtain stand, covered car parking, 1 dry balcony, 2 main balconies. The project has 2 elevator for residents in a tower. In this Flat there is No/Rare Powercut and water supply is 24 Hours Available. This house has Store additionally. It is good locality for working professionals and family. Very nice and calm locality with good neighborhood. All daily needs items are walk away. Society has all amenities which are functional.Collapse
Property prices and trend forecast for key metro cities in 2019
In 2018, the real estate sector in India went through a phase of stabilisation, following the enactment of several policy changes. We look at what property seekers can expect in 2019, in terms of prices and availability
Amit SethiFeb 2019
Puravankara to add 10 million sq ft of commercial space over five years
Real estate developer, Puravankara Limited has announced that it plans to add 10 million sq ft of commercial space by 2023, in a bid to increase its commercial portfolio mix to 35 per cent, from the present five per cent
Housing News DeskNov 2018
Young, proud and empowered: Women home buyers in their 30s
Women are increasingly investing in real estate, either on their own or along with their spouse. A large number of these financially independent and empowered women, are in their 30s. On International Women’s Day, Housing News speaks to a few such women, who have worked hard and bought their own homes
Purnima Goswami SharmaMar 2017
Should you buy a house now or wait for the Real Estate Regulation Act?
While the Real Estate Regulation Act is intended to simplify real estate purchase and make the process more transparent, we look at whether home seekers have anything to gain, by postponing their property purchase till their respective states implement the law
Kishor PateDec 2016
Will property prices crash in India due to the Coronavirus outbreak?
The developer community in India has been in a tizzy after union minister of commerce and industry Piyush Goyal on June 3, 2020, said builders needed to sell housing projects at reduced prices and let go of the high-priced unsold stock. Will prices fall?
Sunita MishraOct 2020
Loan moratorium: SC allows centre to waive compound interest, asks for action plan on November 2, 2020
The RBI had permitted all banks to allow a moratorium of six months, from March 1, 2020 to August 31, 2020. This applied to all term-loans. Given that the worst of times may not be over for many borrowers, many are in favour of extending the moratorium till December 31, 2020. The Supreme Court has extended the interim order on the moratorium till October 5, 2020
Sneha Sharon MammenOct 2020