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Among the top seven cities, Mumbai alone accounted for nearly 25% of leasing activity in India in the first quarter of 2021, a 34 per cent growth on a quarterly basis, the report showed. In picture - The Mumbai skyline at Worli.(HT Photo)

Mumbai’s real estate sector sustains Covid-19 second wave: Report

By hindustantimes.com, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JUN 09, 2021 07:02 PM IST
With the continuing decline of Covid-19 cases witnessed in the city and throughout Maharashtra, the city’s real estate sector and the economy in general, could expect a rapid recovery and robust growth over the next few quarters, according to the opinion essay published in Livemint.
For representation purpose only.(Shutterstock)
For representation purpose only.(Shutterstock)

Kharghar, a smart face of the 21st century

UPDATED ON OCT 11, 2019 12:39 AM IST
Kharghar has seen significant structural and social changes leading to popularity amongst realtors and dwellers alike. What is behind its growth as a smart city?
The housing department was against retrospective recovery of charges, but the revenue department does not want to lose revenue.(HT File Photo)
The housing department was against retrospective recovery of charges, but the revenue department does not want to lose revenue.(HT File Photo)

Bought a house in Mumbai between May and Sept 2017? You have to pay extra stamp duty

Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent, Mumbai
UPDATED ON AUG 01, 2018 11:46 AM IST
There was a stay on increasing ready reckoner rates during the period, but it has been lifted and the revenue department now wants to apply 2017 rates with retrospective effect from May 2017.
Entrance of Aurum Platz IT Park in Navi Mumbai, where Ascendas India Trust will acquire 1.4 million sq ft of space.(HT Photo)
Entrance of Aurum Platz IT Park in Navi Mumbai, where Ascendas India Trust will acquire 1.4 million sq ft of space.(HT Photo)

Realty deal in Navi Mumbai: Ascendas to pay 930 crore for two IT park buildings

Hindustan Times | By Naresh Kamath, Mumbai
UPDATED ON MAY 15, 2018 12:59 PM IST
The property major is set to buy 1.4 million sq ft in two under-construction buildings
For years, any building which needed revamp required the nod of 70% of the tenants.(HT Photo/Representational Image)
For years, any building which needed revamp required the nod of 70% of the tenants.(HT Photo/Representational Image)

DCPR brings cheer with its host of measures to revive Mumbai’s real estate sector

Hindustan Times | By Naresh Kamath, Mumbai
UPDATED ON MAY 12, 2018 01:55 PM IST
The Development Plan is the blue print for the city’s growth, the DCPR is a document that spells out rules regarding construction, permissions and land use up to 2034
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