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  • Achche Din ahead for India's real estate market?

    "The first half of 2017 witnessed a 17 per cent decline in the number of new launches compared to the second half of 2016. The number of launches will decline further in the second half of 2017. This period of fewer launches is good for the market, as it will reduce excess inventory", said Amit Oberoi, National Director, Knowledge Systems, Colliers International India

  • Get set to be amazed! Here is what will shape your living areas in the future

    “Given the ever changing/evolving economic and business environment, it is imperative for organisations to constantly look at more efficient or smarter ways of doing business; constantly review existing processes and look at reducing turn-around and response time. From a real estate perspective, it is imperative to look at reducing cost and at the same time creating a differentiator by introducing automation in building management systems", said Ritesh Sachdev, Senior Executive Director, Occupier Services, Colliers International India


    “With the festival season upon us, it can get difficult for buyers to evaluate the best deal which works in their favour. Thus, it is important to critically evaluate all options and take the necessary precautions before closing a deal this festival season", said Divya Seth Maggu, Associate Director, Valuation and Advisory Services, Colliers International India

  • Realty soars on the wings of Hosur Airport

    “Once commercial airlines mount operations from this airfield under the centre's UDAN scheme, people living in south-east Bengaluru, especially Electronics City and surrounding areas, will be able to benefit immensely", said Ravi Vadhavkar, Director, Valuation & Advisory, Colliers International India

  • Affordable housing in India: How homes for all can be made cheaper

    “The construction cost is funded by banks at relatively lower interest rates such as 12% – 14% per annum or slab-by-slab payments made by the owner. Developer margin is usually a function of the amount of the investment made by the developer in land and taking the requisite approvals from the respective authorities for the land. There is limited margin to reduce construction cost as it is driven by prices of commodities such as steel and cement. Some efficiency can be built to reduce construction cost via effective project management techniques that can result in a marginal cost reduction", said Nitesh Punjabi, General Manager, Capital Markets and Investment Services, Colliers International India

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The residential market witnessed a 17% decline in the number of new launches since H2 2016 with 40,600 new units introduced in the first half of 2017 in prime cities.

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