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Concrete step for housing projects in Delhi
Jul 12, 2014
DELHI: Housing and basic services for the economically weaker sections have got a fillip in this year’s Budget. Besides Rs 700 crore for water and power reforms, the city has received a grant of Rs 1,350 crore, of which Rs 700 crore is for development projects under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission.
Dwarka Expressway to trigger the surrounding area’s realty
Apr 19, 2014
DELHI: Dwarka Expressway, also known as the Northern Peripheral Expressway, is an 18km-long and 150-metre-wide vital link being developed between Delhi and Gurgaon. The expressway will begin from Sector 22, Dwarka at the Delhi end and meet NH-8 at Kherki Daula (near Haldiram). Around three-four years ago, the sectors lying alongside this expressway caught the eye of real estate buyers due to their proximity to Delhi and the IGI airport. Currently, however, the market here is awaiting signals for
Greater Noida: Affordable, spacious & green!
Apr 16, 2014
DELHI: World-class projects like the forthcoming night safari, transport hub, DMIC (Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor) industrial zone, industrial and investment zones, mega rail terminal, and quality infrastructure have positioned Greater Noida as one of the top destinations in the NCR for residential and commercial properties.
No hike in circle rates in Delhi till poll-end
Apr 16, 2014
DELHI: At a time when there is a slump in the real estate market, any hike between 20% and 50% in the circle rates for property registration in Delhi – as is likely to be proposed – may for the first time see the circle rate and market rate become equal in areas like unauthorized regularized colonies and new settlements in Narela and Bawana. The black component in transactions will then be nil. And this may further dampen sentiments and lead to stagnation in sales, say experts.
Work speeds up on Dwarka Expressway
Apr 03, 2014
DELHI: Dwarka Expressway has emerged as one of the most sought-after real estate destinations in the National Capital Region (NCR).
Sohna no longer poor cousin of Gurgaon
Apr 02, 2014
DELHI: Sohna is to Gurgaon what Gurgaon is to Delhi. Sohna Road, which once used to be the other end of Gurgaon, is now the hottest destination in the town after MG Road. The bumpy two-lane road has been replaced by a six-lane highway which is busy 24×7.
Hunt for Gurgaon’s best homes narrows to 15 condominiums
Mar 18, 2014
DELHI: The Clash of the Condominiums has come to the deciding stage. A survey conducted by the Indian Market Research Bureau in association with The Times of India has identified 15 finalists among 150 societies that will vie for the honour of being among the best five places in the city to live in.
Name owners of multiple plots: Chandigarh High Court
Mar 18, 2014
DELHI: Taking up the issue of allotment of multiple plots in the defence category and under discretionary quota by HUDA, the Punjab and Haryana high court on March 13 asked the urban development authority to submit the names of all allottees who were allegedly granted multiple plots. According to HUDA records, around 8,000 people have taken multiple plots under various categories in contravention of the norms.
Removal of the toll plaza, might hike Gurgaon Expressway property rates
Feb 25, 2014
DELHI: After the removal of the toll plaza, Gurgaon seems to have brought more than traffic to speed. According to real estate experts, dealers and builders, there is already increased activity in the real estate market and prices in Gurgaon could see an increase of about 10 to 20%.
Steep hike in circle rates likely in Delhi
Feb 24, 2014
DELHI: The capital may witness a 20-30 per cent hike in circle rates across various categories of properties over the next fortnight. The hike may be steeper for the upscale colonies in categories like A and B.
Gurgaon: Sector’s growth engine in the NCR
Feb 11, 2014
DELHI: Investments in real estate have been one of the greatest wealth builders in history. However, such investments have to be well gauged and thoroughly researched, a report by DTZ says. Over the years, a few micromarkets in the Delhi NCR have emerged as destinations for future investments, which are not only providing relative affordability but are also undergoing significant transformations owing to infrastructural development, improving connectivity, and the potential to attract real estat
Ghaziabad is the top residential hub of NCR
Feb 06, 2014
DELHI: Ghaziabad is going through a phase of rapid economic growth with huge investments being made in various sectors. Ghaziabad is being touted as one of the fastest growing cities in India with its thriving real estate market being a prime attraction.
Greater Noida West: Ideal destination for midrange homebuyers
Jan 28, 2014
DELHI: The skyline of Greater Noida West, formerly known as Noida Extension, has changed drastically and is now adorned with residentialproperty units—from imposing highrise projects to neat and well-laid out low-rise structures—projected to house nearly 10 lakh people in the near future.
World's ultra rich hold a fifth of their wealth in real estate
Jan 16, 2014
DELHI: The world's super rich people hold a fifth of their wealth in property, estimated at USD 5,328 billion, while Asia's ultra rich have a greater share in real estate, a report says.
RBI pushes more liquidity into the banking system
Dec 04, 2013
DELHI: The RBI cut the penal rate of interest, among some of the measures it took recently to push the money market to normal conditions.
Global brands entering the uber-luxury homes in NCR
Dec 03, 2013
DELHI: The National Capital Region (NCR) has seen a slew of luxury apartment launches.A number of such high-end projects with world-class specifications were launched in the last one-year; these come with the promise of high-quality after-sale services and, in some cases, with an assured provision of 5-star living experience.
Kundli-Sonipat area promises high returns
Nov 22, 2013
DELHI:The pressure on the overburdened infrastructure of Delhi has pushed real estate development to the peripheral areas of the capital city, with the newly developing region of Kundli-Sonipat along NH-1 benefiting from this perceptible movement.
Most buildings in Delhi not earthquake-safe
Nov 14, 2013
DELHI: November 12th’s mild tremors might not have caused any damage but with Delhi being the epicentre, concerns have been raised about the government’s preparedness to handle an earthquake. Delhi is vulnerable to earthquakes is no secret, considering it falls under seismic level IV. But are we prepared for a moderate to high intensity earthquake with Delhi as the epicentre?

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