By Aditya Pratap, Advocate at Bombay High Court Founder, Aditya Pratap & Associates, Advocates and Law Offices The megapolis called Mumbai has recently acquired new-found infamy in the wake of numerous fire incidents, which have caused considerable loss of life and property. Be it the inferno at Kamala Mills or the blaze
By Accommodation Times Bureau Aniket Haware, Managing Director, Haware Builders (Guest Article) Neral is one of the fastest growing residential areas on the outskirts of Mumbai. It falls under the Karjat Tehsil and it is surrounded by lush greenery by verdant hills. So what makes Neral tick as a popular residential area
By Kishor Pate, CMD - Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd Do ready-for-possession or close-to-possession homes make more sense than properties which will be delivered only 2-3 years down the line? There was a time when the answer of most end-users and real estate investors would have been a resounding 'No'. After all,
By Accommodation Times News Service By Ashutosh Limaye, National Director – Research, JLL India A total of 16 mn sft is expected to become available in the city through 201 Mumbai figures in top three cities globally that will add the maximum supply of Grade-A office space through 2017, according to a recent finding by JLL.
By Accommodation Times News Service The real estate bill mandates developers to deposit 70% of the collections from the buyers in a separate account to meet construction costs including that of land Liquidity issues for real estate developers, particularly smaller players, is likely to worsen during the initial transition phase after the
By Accommodation Times News Service Shobhit Agarwal, Managing Director - Capital Markets, JLL India The year gone by was interesting for capital market activities in real estate. 2015 proved to be a good year for key Indian metros as inflows into real estate by private equity (PE) funds was at a record high.
By Accommodation Times News Service By Kishor Pate, CMD - Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd. Real estate stakeholders in every Indian city are looking forward to the upcoming financial budget 2016 to see whether it will provide any relief to the sector. Developers have their own expectations, because positive announcements for real estate