Why to Investment in II and III Tier cities in India?

By Student Submission for Accommodation Times Institute of Real Estate Management  Introduction: After incentives allocated by Finance Minister in the current Union Budget 2017-18 for affordable housing, only II and III tier cities will get benefited. All projects in these small cities will be qualify for exemptions. The end user will benefit

Pune requires 2 million homes by 2041

By Accommodation Times Research Pune requires atleast 25 Lakhs more homes to house its growing population as identified by Regional Plan Pune 2041. The population projected for Pune city by 2041 is 8.59 million which will be more than double the existing population. Population density has increased from 10405.28 persons/ Sq.Km in 2001

Infrastructure need for new developing zones

Accommodation Times News Services By Dr. Sanjay Chaturvedi, LLB, PhD. Huge areas near metros are developing into residential zones. In Mumbai almost 30, 000 ha of land is converted into residential zone while taking Non Agriculture permission and in Delhi NCR, entire areas are now developing zone. Similar position is in Pune,

Multimodal Corridor from Virar to Alibaug

By Accommodation Times News Services The Government of Maharashtra, with financial assistance from the World Bank and through MMRDA under the Mumbai Urban Transport Project has prepared the Comprehensive Transportation Study (CTS) for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region in the year 2008 known as TRANSFORM (TRANSportation Study FOR the region of Mumbai).

Can Kalyan take it more?

By Accommodation Times News Services Kalyan a far flung extended suburbs of Mumbai is very densely populated town housing 12.5 lakh people. The adjacent Dombivali is also greatly populated town 20 kms from Thane. Recent railway rage and out burst of citizen was to show frustration of commuters from these areas

Bangalore roads affecting real estate prices

By Accommodation Times News Services Worst roads and due to this worst traffic is killing the garden city. Vested interest of corporators, one in every two has interest in real estate and lack of political Will to up keep the roads is killing the city. The city is shifting to developing zones

Faridabad Stand Still on all residential projects

By Accommodation Times News Services Faridabad, one of the city in NCR have lost its position in NCR as best investment destination. Consumer Courts are flooded with delay possession complaints and almost all projects are either going slow or there is no activity at all. The rates have fallen to 2004

Nashik offering great opportunity for Investors

By Accommodation Times News Services Nashik, one of the most up coming city after Pune and Mumbai in Mahrashtra offering great opportunities for Real Estate Investors. NRIs and industrialist are on buying spree. Since the rates are all time low and wonderful projects are up for grab, local demand have increased