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Can Arun Jaitley's budget re-energise the real estate sector?
Jul 12, 2014
MUMBAI/BANGALORE/NEW DELH: Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday announced a slew of measures to spur the slackening real estate sector that includes an allocation of Rs 7,060 crore for the development of 100 smart cities, relaxed norms for the entry of foreign capital and tax relief on home loans.
Five ways to check a builder’s reputation
May 13, 2014
MUMBAI: If you are planning to buy a property under construction, don't just go by the brochure claims. A lot depends on the builder's competence and resources. ET lists some checks before you finalise a project.
Developers in quicksand as truckers continue stir
Jan 21, 2014
BANGALORE: It's been a month since sand truckers went on an indefinite strike across the state, affecting construction activity in Bangalore. Metro contractors are also struggling to get sand.
Boom in Mumbai realty rates unsustainable: Study F
Jan 16, 2014
MUMBAI: An international research firm has stated that the city's property prices, which have increased nearly fourfold in the last decade, are unsustainable.
Revised housing scheme fails to cheer builders
Sep 28, 2013
BHUBANESWAR: The revised urban housing scheme in state, notified on Thursday, has evoked sharp reactions from real estate developers. They said the mandatory provisions in the scheme are impractical and won't help create affordable housing stock.
Hyderabad's realty sector set for recovery
Sep 06, 2013
HYDERABAD: The spiraling rate of the dollar coupled with modest pricing is likely to attract NRI investment to the city's real estate sector in the near future, said representatives from the industry on Thursday.
Builders frown on decision to stop conditional approval
Aug 29, 2013
BHUBANESWAR: Real estate developers on Wednesday sharply reacted to Bhubaneswar Development Authority's (BDA's) decision to do away with "conditional approval" of building plans of high-rises before such projects get clearances from various other agencies such as fire department, Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) and Airports Authority of India (AAI).
Credai to treat medical waste
Jun 12, 2013
KOCHI: With biomedical waste treatment becoming a major issue in city apartments, the Kochi-chapter of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Association of India (Credai) has decided to launch a project to address the issue under the Clean City Movement.

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