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  • Mumbai's prime office rates continue to rise

    The Economic Times, Ramesh Nair

    September 26, 2012

    With overall vacancy increasing and business and investor sentiment low, why are office rents in many micro markets in Mumbai still increasing?

  • Eco booster continues: package for realty soon

    The Times of India, Sidhartha, New Delhi

    September 24, 2012

    The government is readying a package to boost real estate activity by easing lending and provisioning norms for banks as part of a strategy to prop up the sector that provides significant employment in the country after developers expressed their inability to cut prices to increase demand.

  • IHG to open 150 hotels in india

    The Financial Express

    September 19, 2012

    Global hospitality major InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) today said it plans to open 150 hotels across India by 2020 as part of its expansion strategy here.

  • Bangalore luxury homes market worth a billion dollars : JLL

    The Economic Times, Sobia Khan, Bangalore

    September 17, 2012

    Bangalore's luxury residential market has seen a major transformation in the recent past, with the Kingfisher Tower setting new capital values benchmark of Rs 30,000 per sq.ft in the super luxury category, says Jones Lang LaSalle India.

  • FDI in multi-brand retail to boost mall space demand : realtors

    The Financial Express, New Delhi

    September 14, 2012

    The government's decision to operationalise FDI in multi-brand retail would help the real estate sector as the move would create demand for retail space and boost mall development in the country, realty developers and property consultants said.

  • PE investments in realty sector become selective

    The Hindu Business Line, V. Rishi Kumar, Hyderabad

    September 05, 2012

    Real estate sector in India has witnessed more than $2-billion private equity investments in the last 12 months, with investors treading cautiously, according to real estate consultancy Cushman & Wakefield.