Author Track2Realty

Track2Realty is an independent media group managed by a consortium of journalists. Starting as the first e-newspaper in the Indian real estate sector in 2011, the group has today evolved as a think-tank on the sector with specialized research reports and rating & ranking. We are editorially independent and free from commercial bias and/or influenced by investors or shareholders. Our editorial team has no clash of interest in practicing high quality journalism that is free, frank & fearless. Now you can subscribe our YouTube Channel @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClwlWQn4MUB7uVbQKsNEJzg

Headlines Balvinder Kumar, Member, UP RERA in an interview with Ravi Sinha

Star Rating to be the game changer of real estate: Balvinder Kumar, Member, UP RERA

Balvinder Kumar, member of the UP RERA is no stranger to the functioning of the real estate and the government agencies. As a former bureaucrat, he has seen it as an insider with many key positions, including his stint with the high profile Delhi Development Authority (DDA). In an exclusive interview with Ravi Sinha, he shares his roadmap for making RERA an ideal platform for due diligence as well.  

Headlines Realistic Real Estate, Real Estate Realities, Realism in Real Estate, 2020 Best Year Ever, Slowdown Learning for Real Estate, Slowdown and Property Market

Is real estate realistic with resolution to make 2020 best year ever?

2020 hardly promises to be the #BestYearEver for the Indian real estate, simply because the sector has historically been arrogant to read the writing on the wall. They continue to live with their fancy illusion that this is just another cyclic slowdown. The raw statistics of ever increasing migration to the cities and the housing demand make them predict for self-belief that sooner than later the market will yet again turn out to be sellers’ market.

Headlines Resilience, Real Estate Resilience, Real Estate in 2019, Real Estate in 2020, Real Estate Forecast, Real Estate Slowdown, Real Estate Revival

Remarkable resilience of Indian real estate in 2019

According to the World Bank, India ranks at 63rd among 190 countries, and the ranking is anticipated to improve further in the coming years backed by progressive government policies. Meanwhile, the real estate sector has shown remarkable resilience despite the bearish phase of the economy. Below is a lowdown of how the real estate story unfolded in 2019:

Headlines Review of 2019, Real Estate in 2019, Property Market in 2019, Real Estate Forecast in 2020, Property Market Forecast in 2020, Indian Real Estate Analysis

Is Indian real estate ready to learn the lessons of 2019?

Beyond inventory statistics, and the customary positive outlook for the year ahead, 2019 has yet again underlined the need to read the pulse of the market dispassionately to learn why the tide has been going against. The lessons are equally true for both the builders and the buyers. Unfortunately, the sector does not seem to learn the lessons yet again. The testimony of the developers’ defiance is their guarded optimism for the year ahead, while dismissing the 2019 as yet another challenging year that has gone by.

Headlines Newsroom, Diary ofd a Real Estate Journalist, Ravi Sinha, Real Estate Positive News, Real Estate Negative News, Property News Positive, Negative Property News

Certified guarantee of positive coverage is not journalism

I have taken up the challenging practice of evaluating the performance of the real estate companies through rating the respective brands. I often hear two very different voices about my professional existence within the sector. A group of developers, though minority community, not only take the learnings out of the rating & ranking but also endorse that the sector needs someone like me for the larger interests of the business.

Reports Shopping Mall in India, Indian Retail, Malls in India, Indian Malls, Destination Shopping, Malls Survery in India, Best Malls in India

Indian malls neither destination shopping nor hangout zones

These are the findings of a pan-India survey by Track2Realty. The survey was aimed at assessing the track record of the Indian malls in terms of meeting the customer experiences and rating & ranking the best malls in the country. The survey was carried in 20 cities – Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Chandigarh, Amritsar, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bhopal, Raipur, Lucknow, Jaipur, Bhubaneswar, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Kochi and Coimbatore. 

Company News Sobha Limited, Click2Buy, Online Property Expo, Bengaluru Property Expo, NRI Property expo, HNI Property Expo

SOBHA launches its first online ‘Click2Buy’ Home Expo

The three-day exclusive window scheduled from December 14th to December 16thDecember 2019 will feature free-to-listen knowledge sessions from SOBHA’s top leadership team, industry guests and patrons, helping home buyers take smart decisions. The bookings at this online Expo is live from November 23rd November, 2019 onwards on the link www.sobha.com/click2buy.

Market Rating Noida Extension Property, Greater Noida West Property, Properties in Noida Extension, New Launches in Greater Noida West, Investment in Greater Noida West, Builder Buyer Conflict, Buyers Protest in Noida Extension, Project Delays in Noida Extension, Affordable Market of Delhi NCR, India Real Estate News, Indian Realty News, Real Estate News India, Indian Property Market News, Investment in Property

Why are Noida Extension buyers sulking?

Track2Realty has in its possession various exchanged mails between the buyers and the builders which not only defies any civilized business correspondence but is also in contravention with the law of the land.  In one such mail with a delayed project for more than three years, the builder has the audacity to put on record that they would refund only with some deductions, forget about delayed penalty. Incidentally, the builder has accepted unaccounted cash with the said buyer and hence the buyer knows the real fallout of the exit.

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