Realty Investment In UP Increases, ASSOCHAM

Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India reported that realty investment in UP has increased over four years’ time.

Realty investment has grown up in Uttar Pradesh, states Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM). Real estate sector in the state has seen remarkable progress during the period from 2008-09 till 2012-13. Continue reading

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

Property Investment, a Good Marketing Trick?

As the builders are not able to find sufficient number of buyers for their projects, now they are coming up with options of property investment.

Sluggishness has spread its shadow on residential market. Home sales are falling down as there are no property buyers. What could the developers do to boost the buyers’ sentiments? Here we see how they are promoting their projects under the banner ‘best option for property investment.’ Continue reading

Indian HNIs make realty investment

Cash MoneyForeign developers are trying to attract Indian HNI (High Net Worth Individual). HNIs are people with net financial assets (liquid assets) of at least $1 million, excluding primary residence and consumables. India is projected to be the world’s third largest economy by 2050. A subsequent increase in the number of wealthy individuals, real estate consultants from across the world are trying and also getting the HNI segment interested enough to buy.
Strong GDP growth, robust figures in industrial and service sectors, high market capitalization and steady FII inflows are some factors contributing to the rise in HNI wealth. In 2006, India’s HNI population crossed the one lakh figure, which made it the second-fastest growing HNI segment in the world.