By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI There has been a debate in public domain related to the rankings of Mumbai and Delhi between the Ease of Living Index of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) released on13th August 2018 and the Global Liveability Index released by The Economist Intelligence Unit
By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI: The survey observes that 72% of millennials (18 – 23 years) have given co-living spaces a thumbs-up and over 55% respondents in the age group of 18 – 35 years are willing to rent co-living spaces, according to Knight Frank report. The survey was undertaken across top cities of India, including Mumbai,
By Accommodation Times News Services With dried up rental housing, the slums are fast increasing in the country. The government policies that affect rental housing markets have dried up the supply of rental housing. Some are intended to correct real or imagined deficiencies in rental housing markets. Some are intended to
By Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, CMD, Hiranandani Communities CHENNAI The well-heeled, well-educated and affluent home buyers of today are constantly on the lookout for luxury real estate projects that offer them high value, a unique status symbol, and state-of-the-art amenities. This has resulted in the rise of modern, sophisticated integrated township models, which
By Sandeep Sharma, DGM – Project Management Consultancy, REPL The demographic composition of the country is changing in a unique manner. The number of working professionals is increasing in ‘younger age group’, while the longevity of population is increasing. This is resulting in a new segment of residence seekers, who are
By Accommodation Times Bureau The city Collector has undertaken significant measures in favor of BMC, regarding the cases of 99-years- old tenants in Mumbai. The collector has put up boards outside such constructions on Marine Drive, Colaba, Fort and Mazgaon. This step is taken to remind the lease holders that the government owns these
By Accommodation Times News Services Bhandup is having 85% of its population in slums. Chembur 77.55%, Khar and Santacruz 78.9% and Mahim Matunga having slums a majority of populations. Look at the table. Some of the worst place to live in Mumbai are Bhandup, Chembur, Mulund, Malad, Kandivali, Santacruz
By Accommodation Times News Services If government is keen in developing Smart Cities in country, they have to initiate pollution free environment for enabling citizens to live a good quality life. When a person buys a home he considers many aspects like budget, property rates, location, neighbourhood, amenities, connectivity, infrastructure etc.