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Oct 05, 2009
In an attempt to shore up credit demand, banks are rolling out festival schemes on home loans ahead of Diwali. Deals include teaser rates for initial years

Sep 25, 2009
Some of the country’s largest real estate developers such as DLF, Unitech and HDIL have started hiring again, as they look to launch new projects and speed up execution of existing ones to cash in on a pickup in home demand.

Sep 18, 2009
Two multi-national real estate firms—CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) India and Cushman & Wakefield Pvt Ltd have signalled the end of realty slump. With this Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) preparing ground to restart auction of plots

Sep 09, 2009
In the last five years, the city of Hyderabad has become "Greater", expanding to five times its earlier size. Land auctioned by the government here fetched as much as Rs 19 crore per acre, before recession hit the sector.

Aug 18, 2009
CREDAI Realty Expo 2009, organised by Confederation of Real Estate and Developers Association of India (CREDAI), Karnataka, the trade body of real estate developers in Karnataka, was inaugurated here on Saturday.

Jul 31, 2009
Even as demand seems to be returning slowly to the residential space, the retail real estate market continues to look disappointing. The average vacancy across malls in major cities shot up to 19 per cent during the second quarter

Jul 16, 2009
Work on metro rail will now start only in 2010, that too if the bidding process goes as planned by the government. The ‘dream' of metro rail as was shown to denizens over the last couple of years included swank trains

Jul 07, 2009
India's real estate sector wants larger tax breaks for new homes, especially for the largely untapped, middle-income and cheaper projects, to spur sales.The housing sector, the largest revenue contributor by far for real estate developers in India

Jul 02, 2009
Activity levels are gaining traction in the near moribund housing market as a flurry of interest rate cuts, price drops and the building industry's focus on affordable housing start to lure buyers back into the market.

Jun 26, 2009
The real estate market is likely to recover on increasing demand in the residential segment in 2010, driven by improving affordability, steady economic growth and greater liquidity, a Crisil report says.

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