A budget bonanza is a wish that businesses across the sectors dream about and real estate is no exception. Real estate, as a matter of fact, has to its claim being the key contributor of GDP and job market, besides accelerating a number of allied industries through backward and forward linkages.
A friendly budget is always on the wish list of everyone. Across the industries the stakeholders, including the consumers, have more or less the same expectations with the Finance Minister to call it a friendly budget. But in the context of the Indian real estate a friendly budget for the sector does not necessarily mean a homebuyer friendly budget.
With an investment of INR 600 crores, Provident Park Square at Judicial Layout, Kanakapura Road, Bangalore, is a mixed development project which caters to the needs of the new age home buyer.
Sector-74 is largely a residential sector and part of a well-established residential micro-market, which is well connected to the Noida Expressway as well as Noida City Centre. The project is also located close to an under construction metro line that connects to Noida City Centre on one side and Noida Expressway towards the other.
There are five locations across Mumbai that offer better rental returns than the average rental in the city. These are the markets where the average rental values are in the range of 3% and above. These markets are spread across the Eastern and Western Suburbs.
Delhi-NCR based Central Park is venturing into commercial real estate with an investment of about INR 2,000 crore. Central Park will develop a 40 lakh sq ft mixed-use project in Sector 67, Noida which is also its first project in Noida.
Real estate is the best bet against an inflation hedge as it is the only asset that loses little value in periods of rising prices. Thus, it holds its value and purchasing power even during inflation. Normally inflation has a co-relation with the booming economy and an investor also buys this asset to hedge against inflation.
If one has to ask a homebuyer about his dream wish list, one would ask for few things like getting what one can see, carpet area that could be measured, no hidden cost and, last but not the least, no extra tax. Now it seems these fancy wishes would be true with the Goods & Services Tax (GST) if only one would go for a ready to move property.
CNTC a Beijing headquartered Construction giant has entered into the Indian real estate space. It has inked a strategic joint venture with Bangalore-based Golden Gate Properties. The newly formed entity will be called Golden Gate|CNTC.
Crowdfunding is the financial modelling of funding a project or venture by raising monetary contributions from a large number of people. However, this model needs three parties to take shape as a business model– the developer who proposes his project/idea to the crowd, people who support the idea with financial contribution and a moderating organisation that brings the parties together to take it on ground.