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  • PE players tweak investment strategy for real estate

    Business Standard, Neha Pandey Deoras & Yogini Joglekar, New Delhi

    October 25, 2012

    Jones Lang Lasalle's latest release, Finding Real Value in a Course Correction, highlights how Private Equity players have made a sustained change to their investment strategy and developers have modified their development mechanics to ensure value creation for their investors and partners during uncertain times. The report also looks at the changing roles that banks and the government could play leading to better asset creation.

  • Now, developers turn to luxury projects

    The Hindu Business Line, Bindu D Menon, New Delhi

    October 25, 2012

    An 81-storey building in the midst of a golf course, a luxury tower named after F1 racer Michael Schumacher, or Disney inspired interiors. Whatever is your pick this festival season, developers are ready to cater to it at a price.

  • Housing prices to see correction soon, says NHB

    The Financial Express, New Delhi

    October 13, 2012

    Some correction in housing prices is likely on account of the rising number of unsold units, RV Verma, CMD, National Housing Bank (NHB), said on Friday. He added that NHB could incentivise the process through reduced refinance rates.

  • FinMin, RBI all set to open ECB window for affordable housing

    The Hindu Business Line, Shishir Sinha, New Delhi

    October 09, 2012

    The affordable housing segment is all set to get boost as the Finance Ministry and the Reserve Bank of India are to announce final guidelines for external commercial borrowing (ECB) very soon.

  • Additional housing demand likely to be 2.1 million units in 5 years: cushman & wakefield

    The Economic Times, Kailash Babar, Mumbai

    October 03, 2012

    Major Indian cities are estimated to see additional demand for housing around 2.1 million units in the next five years and more than 50% of this will be in the mid-income segment, property consultant Cushman & Wakefield said in a report.

  • Government may relax lending norms for cash-strapped reality sector

    The Economic Times, New Delhi

    October 01, 2012

    The Finance Ministry is considering a proposal to relax funding norms for the realty sector so that good housing projects are not starved of funds