Lower Parel and Mahalaxmi Belt Attractive at the Present Rates

By Mr.Sandeep Sadh - CEO - Mumbai Property Exchange.com Looking from a perspective of a Home Buyer who is looking for a House in South Mumbai, the rates and the various composite deals with waiver of Floor Rise, PLC, Club House and topping up with a 20:80 Scheme the Lower Parel,

South Mumbai: A home for everyone

By Accommodation Times Bureau Mumbai, the financial capital of the country is also the most happening city and a sought-after destination to make a livelihood as well as make a home. Several locations of Mumbai are preferred by people for settling in, but the most preferred one remains South Mumbai. South Mumbai

Housing Minister seeks review of FSI norms in mega cities

By Accommodation Times Bureau PIB Release: Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs today directed review of FSI and FAR norms in mega cities to ensure better utilization of scarce urban land resources in the context of rapid urbanization in the country. He addressed senior officials from different states and chief executives of

Development/Redevelopment of Housing Schemes of MHADA in U-1 & U-2

Schedule The following provisions shall be applicable only for Low Cost Housing Schemes i.e. Economically Weaker Sections and Low Income Group Housing Schemes only undertaken by Maharashtra Housing & Area Development Authority (MHADA) 1. Minimum Plot Size: — (a) In the case of a growing house for EWS and LIG category

Amritsar’s Emergence As A Real Estate Hotspot

A. Shankar, National Director & Head of Operations, JLL India Accommodation Times News Service Amritsar, famous for the Golden Temple, is a major spiritual and cultural centre in India which attracts more visitors than Taj Mahal. On any given day, nearly 1 lakh religious tourists visit the city. Amritsar is the second-largest city of

Indian Real Estate – going vertical within rising demand

By Accommodation Times News Service High-rise structures are also called “vertical cities”, having the potential to decongest urban sprawl. Indian cities are witnessing immense demographic expansion due to migration from surrounding villages, leading to urban sprawl, housing demand, rise in cost of land. Housing has developed into an economy generating industry.