Nucleus Office Parks ups 2022 leasing guidance due to strong demand
The Indian primary steel industry has witnessed a sharp reboundfrom the second half of fiscal 2021despite the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. While the pandemic-related risks persist, sector analysts at CRISIL Ratingsbelievegrowth momentum for the steel industry could sustain in FY2022. This would help steel makers fortify balance sheets even as they continue to...
The ancient Chinese curse, 'May you live in interesting times,' certainly has a lot of pertinence to the Indian real estate today. These are doubtlessly the interesting times for the sector, which has transformed significantly over the last decade.
One of IndiaÂ’s leading real estate educational institutes, the Real Estate Management Institute (REMI), has launched its Owner Developer Program (ODP). The ODP anticipated the journey ahead and offered participants a view of what to expect, how to respond and what to know in this domain, to capitalise on the oppurtunities.
With buyers entitled to seek relief under the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016 with effect from the first of May this year, the Central government has cautioned the states of a Â“serious situation of vacuum arisingÂ” if necessary institutional mechanisms, as required under the Act, were not put in place before that.
There is never a dull moment in real estate. 2016 began promisingly in comparison to 2015; however, as things stand, the year isnÂ´t expected to end on a healthy note. A major factor for this could be attributed to the policy developments by the government, which in the short term have led to an unpredictable disruption, but in the long run are projected to augur well for the industry as a whole.