What rankles many property buyers is the fact that the developer charges them on the basis of super built-up area – this includes the carpet and built-up area as well as the area taken up by common spaces like the staircase, lobby, lifts and even the terrace and building maintenance room.
Leveraging the power of social media, non-resident Indians around the world are connecting as a community, sharing ideas and opinions on investment, legal and cultural policies that can help strengthen India’s relationship with its Diaspora. India Real Estate Compass blog partners NRIMatters.com have organized the NRI Power Podium, which aims to connect the dispersed community [...]
The housing scam that is currently a hot topic on the newswire is a one-off instance – and while it is unfortunate, it is minuscule when compared to the overall size of the banking system. It certainly does not reflect on the real estate market as a whole.
Indian retail today stands at an inflexion point where the sector is poised to take a giant leap. Jones Lang LaSalle’s latest research offering ‘India Retail – Opportunities in a Revolution’ explores the potential in the Indian retail real estatein the coming years.
The final 2010 edition of Global Market Perspective provides our view on the likely shape of commercial real estate markets across the globe in 2011. Over the next 12 months we expect to see a much greater divergence in real estate activity and performance. In this issue, our executives around the globe reveal the top 10 trends for 2011: