Jun 10, 2009
Homes sales in India are trickling back in some sections of the market, but industry watchers say a rebound is months away as buyers in the world's second-most populous country await further price corrections.
May 20, 2009
Sherwoods Independent Property Consultants is to open an office in New Delhi this summer as investor appetite grows amid a shortfall of four million residential units in the Indian capital.
May 12, 2009
India's troubled property developers are seeing early signs of a rebound, but high debt costs and a lack of private equity funding suggest a sustained recovery is unlikely for some time. Enquiries for homes
May 06, 2009
After witnessing an acute slowdown during the third and fourth quarter of 2008, the real estate sector has shown some recovery in the first quarter of 2009 ending March 31.
Apr 29, 2009
To raise funds to complete other assignments; board to formally approve corporate debt restructuring A two-day board meeting of Maytas Infrastructure’s six-member new board, which comprises four government-nominees
Apr 21, 2009
The cash strapped real estate sector is desperately seeking funds to script a revival. And what could be a better way out for the companies than to put their assets on the block.
Apr 17, 2009
They may be bogged down by debt and demand slowdown. But real estate stocks have suddenly caught the fancy of investors with top companies in the sector emerging as major gainers when sensex breached the 11000-mark
Apr 08, 2009
Metros in South India are more attractive for infrastructure projects than their counterparts in the other parts of the country, an industry lobby report said Sunday.
Mar 30, 2009
The impact of recession in US economy has badly hit Indian real estate market along with sectors like retail, steel, cement, hospitality and logistics. Till October 2008 the real estate industry was a very booming industry in India.
Mar 10, 2009
One of the biggest names in world real estate is to expand its interests in India and plans to market its homes projects on a “pan-India basis”. Hamptons International, a subsidiary of Dubai-based giant Emaar Properties