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#Budget2017: “State Govts Must Slash Stamp Duty By ALower stamp duty would push the demand in the highly suppressed sector which has been reeling under immense pressure in the aftermath of demonetisation. PropGuide explores how a reduction in stamp duty will also give a leg-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of Housing for All by 2022.
Can Floating Homes Replace Slums?'Floating Dutchman' Koen Olthuis founded his company Waterstudio to provide houses floating on water. His company’s recent task is to provide floating homes to the residents of Bangladesh’s largest slum Korail Bosti. Can floating homes be the answer to the developing world’s slum woes?
#Budget2017: What Taxpayers Want From FMSmall changes made in the taxing regime would act as big moves towards improving the health of India's real estate.
Indian Realty Market Prepared to Toss Grim SpeculatiA report published by a leading daily in London highlighted a likely and drastic fall in global property prices following a slowdown in the market. The report was based on the findings of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. It hinted at a probable impact on emerging economies like India. However, Indian government is all set to streamline the realty sector with new policies and regulations such as the GST and RERA. These laws will ensure stability in property prices in the coming months.
India Ranks Third In Global LEED RankingsIn a recently concluded survey, India was ranked third in the US Green Building Council annual ranking of the top 10 countries for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). A trillion-dollar industry, the market is expected to grow to $234 billion by 2019. In the latest rankings, China led the pack, closely followed by Canada, India, Brazil, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Germany, Turkey, Sweden and United Arab Emirates.