Realty Bytes Archive

Chartered Housing projects: true value for money

“Chartered Housing has a strong brand recall in Bangalore residential market as we have built a relationship with our customers by giving quality rather than quantity,” says Bimal Hegde, CEO, Chartered Housing

What a govt that means business can do for real estate

The dust has settled on the elections drama and the BJP is now firmly in the driver’s seat. By and large, this is being seen as the best possible news for the Indian real estate sector and rightly so. Narendra Modi has the business mind-set, background and also determination which are called for to bring

FDI: the life saver for Indian real estate!

Construction cost is hiked by 20 per cent, which most developers pass on the consumers. The Indian real estate sector is in dire need of foreign funding to maintain growth and benefit consumers

Growth of real estate to boost entire economy

Investment into infrastructure and real estate can do miracle for high growth — China is such example. Vishwajeet Jhavar, CEO, Marvel Realtors, writes that India.

Infrastructure status for affordable housing – a damp squib

When an industry is given infrastructure status, it basically means that the Govt. has recognised it as a necessary sector which caters to the general good of the nation. What about real estate? Explains Kishor Pate, CMD, Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd

Real Estate Deserves Greater Transparency

“Structural changes at the regulatory level, swift policy action to resolve land acquisition issues, speedy single-window clearances of projects, will improve industry perceptions,” feels Ashish R. Puravankara, Jt. Managing Director, Puravankara Projects

What does ‘Quality Construction’ really mean?

Most builders today claim that their projects are of ‘quality construction’, without actually providing enough details to

Affordable Housing becomes a Reality

PS Jayakumar, Managing Director, Value & Budget Housing Corporation (VBHC) talks about the concept of affordability and the means used by his company in making it a reality