HindustanTimes Sat,27 Dec 2014

Real Estate

Trump scion says India top focus for realty mogul

American property mogul Donald Trump targets India above other emerging economies, his son and business partner said, as the flamboyant tycoon looks to crack a notoriously tough real estate industry with his brand of luxury homes and hotels.

Office space demand slumps

Companies are renting less office space this quarter, showing a slowdown in economic expansion. HT reports.

Green homes buck real estate sloth, banks offer rate cuts

Green homes are defying the slump in real estate market. Banks, buoyed by this ‘slow but steady’ demand, are mulling higher loan rate cuts for an ‘ecological cause’. HT reports.

Small real estate PE funds may shut shop

Market regulator Security and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), which approved Alternative Investment Fund (AIF) Regulations, appears to be stopping the fund-raising plans of many small real estate private equity funds on the tracks. Industry experts say some may even shut shop. Sachin Dave and Sachin Kumar reports. Small is not beautiful?

PE realty players look for controlling stake

Private equity players have turned wary of the Indian realty sector's below-expectation returns, and are now choosing to play safe by picking large stakes in SEZs while staying away from residential property.

Realtors reluctant to pass on rate cut, at least for now

Nitin Sharma, 32, a mid-level executive with an automobile company, is not a happy man these days. Sharma, who was planning to buy a bigger house in Mumbai's Goregaon area, got a shock when the real estate developer informed him that he will no more get a 9% discount on the selected apartment as promised earlier. Sachin Dave reports. What’s in it for you

What housing? India’s realty sector data is an opaque house

In India, no matter how much you want to, you cannot do any analysis like this because the data does not exist. Despite the centrality of real estate prices in the economy, as well as in the lives of people, these are an almost completely opaque part of the Indian economy. Dhirendra Kumar writes.

The air inside your homes is not fit to breathe: study

We all know that Mumbai’s roads are crowded and polluted. But the air you breathe at home may not be as clean and safe as you think either.

Black money: 'Real estate top violator'

Economic intelligence agencies have informed the finance ministry that a major chunk of illegal funds and black money is being generated and routed in the real estate sector of the country. Lifting the veil | India to get bank info from Switzerland

Home re-sale prices stagnant since 2010

Property prices seem to be going up steadily in India's metropolises - but only in new projects. In the resale market, prices have been stagnant since 2010, say experts. Sachin Dave reports. Who will blink first?

Property prices go up with status change

One of the many factors that affect the property price is change in land use or its status.

Homes most affordable in 30 yrs despite price hike: HDFC

Real estate prices may have hit the rooftop, thanks to high interest rates, but home prices are near their most affordable levels in over three decades, data compiled by mortgage giant HDFC Ltd show.

Realtors find it tough to raise funds, may have to rejig loans

Indian realty players already under pressure from plunging sales and liquidity issues, may be forced to opt for restructuring loans in 2012. Sachin Dave reports. Cash crunch

Real estate firms saw net worth drain in 2011

If an investor had invested Rs. 1 lakh in major real estate companies listed at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in January 2010 when the going was good and there were still no apparent signs of distress, his investment would be reduced to Rs. 49,000 as the markets closed on Monday.

Parsvnath to sell Delhi land at Rs. 700cr

Realty firm Parsvnath Developers is looking to sell 1.18 acre of commercial land near Connaught Place in New Delhi for about Rs. 700 crore in order to reduce debt.

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