Developers Reduce Apartment Sizes To Boost Affordability

Accommodation Times News Services By Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head at JLL India JLL Research’s latest report ‘Is Indian Real Estate Heading Towards A Tectonic Shift?’ examines the transitions that India’s real estate has undergone over the past decade. Among the major trends is how developers have been decreasing apartment sizes to suit

Developers trim flat size to keep prices affordable: Cushman & Wakefield

            By Accommodation Times News Service Developers have cut the sizes of newly launched homes by about 100 sq ft which has made the total apartment cost cheaper by an average 6 per cent in the country's eight major cities, according to property consultant Cushman & Wakefield. Noida recorded the sharpest decline

 Chennai Realty Gains on Positive Moves by State Govt

By Accommodation Times Bureau Economic growth and job creation is a direct consequence of new investments in industrial units. The Tamil Nadu Government has announced clearing proposals of 13 companies to invest Rs. 16,000 crore, which was followed by another announcement of an additional 17 proposals from the public sector and

Pune’s residential real estate market continues to be in a state of stress: Rohit Gera

By Accommodation Times Bureau Gera Development on Wednesday presented Gera Pune Residential Realty Report for July 2018, which revealed that the steep drop in the number of new apartments being launched has led to a reduction in the total inventory under development as well as a reduction in the absolute number

Highways to Life – Housing on Mumbai’s Western Express Highway

By Accommodation Times Bureau Ashutosh Limaye, National Director – Research, JLL India The lifeline of Mumbai has always been the suburban train network with local trains supporting more than 7.5 million commuters daily. However, due to immense overcrowding in local trains, the highway in the upmarket western suburbs is a viable commuting