The latest report on Chennai’s dynamic real estate sector by Real Estate Intelligence Service, Jones Lang LaSalle India, entitled ‘Chennai Real Estate – A Closer Look’, provides an updated snapshot of this vibrant city’s property market in terms of Commercial and Residential space.
Jones Lang LaSalle is happy to announce that the company is opening a full-fledged operations branch in Sri Lanka. It is the first IPC to venture out into this lucrative country, based on its findings that Sri Lanka is a real estate boom unfolding even as we watch.
Jones Lang LaSalle India Announces Two Business Expansion Initiatives – Operations in Sri Lanka & New B2C Residential Services Entity
This year’s CoreNet Global Summit in Paris hosted over 300 delegates, which included corporate occupiers, developers, investors and service providers from across the globe. As usual, Jones Lang LaSalle had a strong representation of senior operatives who articulated their views. Two senior representatives from Jones Lang LaSalle India. Below are some of the views they voiced and impressions they garnered at CoreNet Paris:
The organized segment of Indian real estate is only about two decades old. It could be seen as understandable that true governance is too much to ask at this early point. However, matters reached a decisive point in 2010, which was indisputably a year of scams.