Raheja Universal first to adopt Title Insurance Policies from HDFC ERGO

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI Raheja Universal Private Ltd (RUPL), a real estate giant has announced the adoption of a Title Insurance Policy from HDFC ERGO General Insurance Company. Which make them the first Real Estate Company in India to secure the policy for their real estate projects. Ashish Raheja, Managing Director, Raheja

Raheja Universal to mop up Rs 8.64 bn via IPO

A Mumbai-based realty firm Raheja Universal is planning to enter the capital markets with initial public offering (IPO) of 6.5 million equity shares of face value Rs 10 each aggregating up to Rs 2 billion at a price to be decided via 100% book building process. The company which has

Will Title Insurance be efficacious in India?

By Harmesh Madhyani, General Manager, Taxation, Finance & SAP – Raheja Universal Traditional insurance policies protect the insured against losses and or damages. For example, a car insurance policy will cover the car repairs costs in case of accidents, and a health insurance policy will cover the costs towards the treatments

Green Affordable Homes: Future of Sustainable Real Estate Development

  By Accommodation Times News Service Green Homes in layman’s language or today understood is a healthier, more comfortable more durable and more energy efficient and have a much smaller environment footprint than conventional homes.  Green homes have become more prevalent we have also seen the emergence of green affordable housing.  The

Kandivali One BHK selling for below Rs 47 Lakhs

By Dr Sanjay Chaturvedi Accommodation Times News Services Spring Grove in Kandivali East, Mumbai is offring through Magicbricks one BHK for Rs.55 lakhs and one may always negotiate the deals and Gokul Garden in Kandivali East, Mumbai for 47 Lakhs. Award winning Best project developed by CCI projects at Special Steel on main Western

Real estate public issues affected by market depression

By Accommodation Times (www.accommodationtimes.com) As far as residential apartment rates are concerned home buyers are in surprise state. It is going harder and harder for realtors to raise funds from the primary market, thereby increasing liquidity woes. According to the study of SMC Global Securities reveals that approx 36companies those have