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Bangalore set to score an office space century

Bangalore's metamorphosis from 'Garden City' to India's 'Silicon Valley' has been remarkable. The tremendous growth of the IT / ITES Industry has revolutionized the residential real estate and retail markets, and triggered massive infrastructure development.

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Visakhapatnam gives realty a booster shot

The ailing real estate story of Andhra Pradesh is finally on its way to recovery. And giving it the much-needed 'booster shots' is the port city of Visakhapatnam that's selling an astounding 2,000 homes every month. Also on its way to completion here, are as many as 20,000 apartment units that are expected to be ready to occupy over the next few years.

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Real Estate Regulation Bill in Winter session: Maken

The Real Estate Regulation Bill, which aims to establish a regulatory authority for the realty sector, is likely to be tabled in the upcoming Winter session of Parliament, Union Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation Minister Ajay Maken said today.

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India is a strategic and critical market for Kohler

Hyderabad: Kohler Co., the privately held US maker of plumbing products for kitchens and bathrooms, has invested $100 million in India over the last five years on manufacturing facilities and showrooms.
Despite slowing real estate growth, high interest rates and inflation, India is still Kohler’s fastest growing market and offers sizeable potential, said president and ch
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Problem is not with the realty market but with the players: Siddharth Yog

The Xander Group, the institutional investor backed by the Lord Rothschild family and RIT Capital Partners, among others, has been one of the most active investors in Indian real estate in the past two years. It has emerged as one of the top two realty fund managers in the country, with $2 billion (Rs 10,000 crore) of capital under management in real estate and infrastructure.

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Gujarat realty investors look beyond domestic market

The real estate market in Gujarat has been reeling under pressure for some time now, but this is hardly a deterrent for Gujarati investors to explore other destinations.

If experts are to be believed, the US, South Africa and Dubai real estate markets are fast emerging as attractive markets for Gujaratis. The real estate market in the state, particularly Ahmedabad, is investor-driven.

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Student housing sector worth $200 bn globally: JLL

The student housing sector is worth $200 billion globally, according to a new report by Jones Lang LaSalle’s Inc (JLL), one of the world’s largest real estate service companies.

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15% Home Loan Growth in India Led by Riskless Buyers

Raghavendra Deshpande took a 20-year home loan in 2005 to buy a two-bedroom apartment in Mumbai. He plans to have it all repaid within three years.

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Madison to raise funds from investors abroad for residential projects

Madison India Real Estate Fund Ltd plans to raise about $100 million from overseas investors to invest in residential projects in large cities, an official said.
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Rich buyers in Delhi, Mumbai willing to pay premium even for properties under litigation

Deep-pocketed buyers are making a beeline for disputed properties in Lutyens' Delhi and South Mumbai, simply because clean titles scarcely come up on the market in these most coveted of India's residential addresses.

Most homes put up for sale in these areas involve multiple feuding owners, real estate experts say, explaining that the descendants of the original owners often find it difficult to divide these prime properties among themselves.

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