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Star Hotels Turn Luxury Homes
Mar 19, 2014
CHENNAI: The city may soon be losing out a few star hotels. They are likely to be converted into luxury homes as the hospitality sector has hit a low with declining occupancy and fall in business.
Onus on government to protect, boost real estate
Mar 07, 2014
DELHI: Presently, the real estate sector in India is facing several challenges. These include lack of adequate sources of finance, shortage of labour, steep rise in the prices of raw material, multiple tax system and lengthy and delayed procedures for approvals.
Vote on Account 2014: Indian real estate embracing change in the time of economic revival
Feb 15, 2014
MUMBAI: The past decade has seen the Indian real estate industry ride on a roller coaster ride through many highs and lows. This period has seen the expansion fury which gripped the sector with the market peaking in 2006 -2007 characterized by a growth in demand, substantial development and increased foreign investments. By mid-2008, this fervour was replaced by cautious evaluation of business models and plans, which was the key agenda of the business houses when the market loomed large with unc
Decision to blacklist Cyprus for not providing tax data will hit developers and realty funds
Feb 06, 2014
MUMBAI/BANGALORE: India's recent decision to blacklist Cyprus for not providing tax data will hit developers and realty funds. Investors who have routed their funds through Cyprus are likely to face a big decline in returns as developers will now be expected to withhold higher tax amounts. So far, these investments were structured around 10% withholding tax, which is likely to jump to 30%.
Investments in India's realty sector decline 6% YoY: Assocham
Dec 28, 2013
DELHI: Outstanding investments in the country's real estate sector were six per cent lower at Rs 14.51 lakh crore in September 2013 as against the same month previous year, according to a study by industry body Assocham.
2013 roundup: Despite key reforms, realty industry remained stressed
Dec 27, 2013
MUMBAI: Economic slowdown, inflationary pressures, volatility in foreign exchange and stock markets, together with liquidity crunch and costly debt, took a toll on India's real estate sector in 2013, with investor sentiment taking a severe beating despite a number of reform initiatives undertaken by the government.

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