A year ago, Mumbai property market ranked 15th in this list with $1 million fetching 1,065 sq ft space
Knight Frank India has released the third edition of its flagship India Warehousing Market Report 2018, a statement here said
Although property investment in India remains modest in relation to the country's size and importance, this growth in activity may be a sign that India is starting to mature as an investment market
Other than building properties in developed markets that appeal to wealthy Chinese, domestic developers have shown interest in housing projects in India
This emerged during a meeting of Sweden Minister of European Union Affairs and Trade Ann Linde and Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu here today.
Core assets will continue to witness strong interest but there will be enhanced development interest in office, warehousing and retail sectors too with several players expected to launch ‘affordable housing’ platforms
Not getting possession of a flat you have purchased is a common problem in India.
Construction is often held up by delays in government approvals, and disputes over land ownership, and developers struggle to stay afloat as a result.
Indians have emerged the top foreign property investors in Dubai, spending over USD 3.2 billion last year alone, according to the Dubai Land Department.
Indian commercial real estate is poised to witness a lot of interest from investors in the year 2017. The market is expected to see inflow of investments as Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) finally enters its implementation phase, said a CARE Ratings report.
Growth momentum in office absorption, witnessed over the last two years, is expected to continue in 2017 too. India’s top 8 property markets are likely to witness 10% surge in office space net absorption in 2017 to 32.5 million sq ft, the highest level seen over the last six years, said a Cushman & Wakefield report.
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