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  • Nalasopara: An affordable real estate option in MMR

    Nalasopara, a town within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). The major demand for housing here is for the 1 room kitchen (RK) and 1 bedroom, hall kitchen (BHK) apartments even though, nowadays, you will find some builders offering 2 and 3 BHK apartments. The going rate for apartments here stands at INR 4000 per square ...

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  • Is buying a heritage listed house a good idea?

    A few weeks ago, we heard of a friend who had inherited a house quite close to Kodungallur, a small town 18 km from Kochi. He uploaded some pictures on social media and we realized that this house was more than 200 years old and was quite close to the Muziris heritage zone; it was ...

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  • Is Bhandup realty a choice you should make?

    Bhandup is one of the oldest suburbs in Mumbai and reported to be the place of the original inhabitants of Mumbai. Once a dense forest region, it has grown to become one of the prominent areas for real estate investment. It also houses Asia’s biggest water filtration plant and was also one of the first ...

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  • How to grow garlic at home

    “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food,” so said Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician who actually used to prescribe garlic to treat a variety of medical conditions. Garlic is an immune-boosting food and is widely used in cooking. Garlic is a species in the onion genus Allium and its botanical name is ...

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  • Magadi Road: On the cusp of change

    Magadi Road, which lies to the west of the city, starts at Binny Mills and leads to the town of Magadi, in Ramnagara district which is fast becoming a part of Bangalore. This locality is about 42 km from the international airport; it is also easily accessible from the NICE Road while the roads to ...

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  • Beating the heat this summer

    “Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun,” said Rudyard Kipling in Gunga Din, more than a century ago but, most Indians do go out in the midday sun, mainly out of necessity. The heat of the sun peaks midday and the attended risks of exposure to it may have influenced Kipling’s ...

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  • RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.25%

    The Reserve Bank of India has left the repo rate unchanged at 6.25%. This comes as a surprise as many economists had expected the central bank to cut the rate by 25 basis points during this bi-monthly review. But the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), which is a six member body, voted unanimously in favour of ...

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  • Union Budget 2017 – Impact on Indian Realty
  • The impact of Union Budget 2017 on the real estate industry in India by Mr. Ganesh Vasudevan, CEO, IndiaProperty.com

    The Union Budget 2017-18 was in line with the earlier narrative and gives major push to infrastructure and affordable housing sector. There is a major and cohesive impetus towards driving the housing for all promise through enablers for affordable housing, addressing both demand and supply side issues. One of the biggest developments for the realty ...

  • Post Vardah, market remains stable

    Ganesh Vasudevan reports on how property prices in the city remain stable after natural disasters Chennai is no stranger to natural disasters. Right from the tsunami in 2004 to this year’s cyclone Vardah, the city has endured many large-scale calamities. One may think that natural calamities have a lasting impact on the real estate sector, ...

  • The real estate wish list for the Union Budget 2017

    On February 1 when the Finance Minister presents the Union Budget 2017, will it usher in changes which will kick start the economy? This is a question that most industry sectors and the man on the street are asking. The real estate sector, the builders, developers and investors included are all hoping that the Budget ...

  • Expectations of realty sector from the Union Budget 2017

    By Ganesh Vasudevan, CEO, IndiaProperty.com The Real Estate industry hopes that the Union Budget for 2017-2018 which comes just a few months after demonetization plus a lacklustre year will help realty recovery. Need of the hour is a sweeping change in the existing tax structure to reflect the current property prices. Restructuring of the Income ...

  • How to manage your domestic help

    Dictionary defines ‘domestic worker’, also called ‘domestic helper’, as a person, male or female, who works within the employer’s household. Many often refer to them as servants or maids. Cooks and nannies also fall in the category of domestic help. One must understand that they are professionals albeit in the lower rung of the employment ...

  • Thanisandra – the new development hub of north Bangalore

    Demonetization has, more likely, made people to delay purchase of property in India. This is also true of Thanisandra. However, due to the uncertainty and the current lower demand for properties as a result of demonetization, industry sources believe that the prices could come down for certain segments. The absence of ‘black money’ in real ...

  • Vasai – a good investment in the long run

    Vasai, a nondescript village a few decades back, has now become an interesting place for affordable housing. With hardly any industries then, the eastern part has become industrialized with small and medium scale industries producing a wide variety of goods. Consequently, it has impacted the real estate favourably. It is one of the most affordable ...

  • An easy guide to buying your own home

    It is every one’s dream to own a house or an apartment. In this age of nuclear families, it is particularly true. Fairly soon, ancestral homes will become a thing of the past as people move out of their native places to other areas in the country or abroad. Some may want to put their ...

  • 3 interior trends to brighten 2017

    Okay, you miscalculated. You planned to redecorate in 2017 and now with the cash crunch, you are wondering if you should go ahead with your plans. Then again, your living room does look a bit ratty, the children’s rooms are a disaster and less said about the bathroom the better. So, sometimes you just have ...

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Generated 6 months ago

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  • How Chembur turned into a realty hot spot

    Chembur, a suburb in eastern Mumbai, from once being on the outskirts is now in the heart of the city. It is located north of Trombay and south of Kurla. During the years immediately after Independence, many camps for refugees from Pakistan were set up here. It was also a place where many people from ...

  • What you need to know about real estate in Tambaram

    In the past few years, there has been a marked change in people’s perceptions about places to invest in a home in Chennai. The main reasons for that have been the high prices in the older residential areas and the improved connectivity, or at least the promise of it, to far flung suburbs. Old timers ...

  • Quick tips to buy a property with your better half even before the wedding

    When it comes to starting a family, one never compromises. You want the most sparkling engagement ring and you plan to have a lavish wedding ceremony, but is a family really ‘complete’ without a house? No, but owning a house today is a distant dream. The financial burden is too huge for an individual to ...

  • Know your neighbourhood: Attapur

    Attapur is one of the better known suburbs located in south west Hyderabad. The micro market is surrounded by localities such as Karwan,Upparpally, Langar Houz and Kishan Bagh. The locality is emerging as one of the most sought after residential destinations in Hyderabad. The locality has great connectivity and good social infrastructure which are making ...

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