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    • 13th Dec 18

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      Mumbai is the costliest city in India, researches confirm. Property prices are highest in the city and given the housing demand, prices have gone up. The estimation is based on cost of residential property on rent, cost of owning a 2BHK in Mumbai, cost involved in commuting from home to workplace and back, electricity cost, cost of engaging a cook and maid, lifestyle-related costs such as movies, restaurants, entertainment avenues, cost of a pre-school or daycare for your young ones, cost of petrol and even cost of meals at budget hotels.
    • 4th Dec 18

      Adopt PPP Model To Create More Senior Living Units, Says Eden Retirement Living Director

      Senior housing has been picking up among the elderly looking for an environment that promotes community living. However, this real estate segment still seems to have certain challenges that need to be addressed, including demand-supply mismatch, expensive equipment, right location and right marketing avenues. Founder and Managing Director of Eden Retirement Living Deepak Gupta, in a conversation with Gunjan Piplani of MakaaniQ, shares his views on how the segment is working towards overcoming these challenges.
    • 17th Dec 18

      Why Do Renters In Pune Prefer Viman Nagar?

      Viman Nagar is one of the popular neighbourhoods in Pune. Apart from the fact that the international airport lies only two kilometres away from this locality, Viman Nagar is also home to many IT companies and educational institutes. Owing to these factors it is quite popular as a real estate destination, especially among renter. According to data by, rental prices per square foot have jumped by over 16 per cent over the past one year.
    • 5th Dec 18

      SDMC Proposes Hike In Property Tax

      For the Budget 2019-20, the SDMC has proposed to levy property tax on residential properties based on various category of colonies. The proposed rates for residential properties falling under categories A and B is 14 per cent, instead of 12 per cent. For categories C, D and E, the corporation has proposed property tax 12 per cent, instead of 11 per cent. For the F, G and H categories the property tax would be levied at eight per cent, instead of seven per cent.
    • 6th Dec 18

      Indians Invested Rs 16,800 Cr In Dubai Realty Till Sept: Report

      According to a report published by the Department of Real Estate Studies & Research, Dubai Land Department (DLD), with an investment of over Rs 16,800 crore, Indians have emerged as the largest foreign investors in the city’s real estate sector in the first nine months of 2018. The prime factors attracting Indian buyers to the Dubai real estate sector include active promotion by Dubai-based developers, technological access for buyers through online portals, ease of property registration, assured capital gains, high rental yields, tax-free returns and affordability.
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