Realty Investment Fell Sharply, ASSOCHAM

Realty investment in India has fallen sharply, reported ASSOCHAM, the apex body of industry.

Last year India received total investments worth Rs.122 lakh crore. Realty investment was only Rs.42,000 Cr. This is far below the amount received in the year-before. Continue reading

Realty Investment in the Last Fiscal, Gujarat Tops

According to a report by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), Gujarat received the largest realty investment in the last fiscal year.

AHMADABAD: Gujarat is one of the most sought after locations for realty investment. The report of the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India proves this. Continue reading

Rajkot Emerges as a Hot Real Estate Market

Rajkot is slowly emerging as one of the top real estate markets in Gujarat. The city is now witnessing a consistency in the rise of value appreciation.
Rajkot sees increasing demand for top-end residence and villas.

Rajkot sees increasing demand for top-end residence and villas.

GUJARAT: After Ahmedabad and Surat, now it has become the turn of Rajkot. Real estate market is picking up very fast in the city, making it one of the top real estate markets in the state.

Property prices have been rising in the city consistently for the last three quarters. With its gates keeping open to the IT and ITeS companies, the city expects to provide more jobs to the people. The demand for housing units will be more.

Rajkot-based Swastik Properties’ Chintan Vohra said that the most preferred housing units in the area is 2 BHK. He adds that those properties which fall between Rs.35 to Rs.50 lakh are also highly demanded.

Neighborhood localities like Kalavad Road, University Road and Yagnik Road are turning hot home destinations. These areas see maximum demand and supply. Continue reading

Mumbai Real Estate termed Investor-Unfriendly by CREDAI

CREDAI showed discontent over the unsupportive policies of the MH govt. by terming Mumbai real estate as “investor unfriendly.”

Bye Bye to Mumbai Real estate

Bye Bye to Mumbai

CREDAI is dissatisfied with the existing Mumbai real estate conditions. This unfriendly atmosphere of Mumbai leads CREDAI to shift their investment plan to Gujarat. Continue reading