The Real Estate Regulatory Act, which was implemented across India on May 1, will not only make the sector transparent, but also protect the interest of the consumers TIME-BOUND DELIVERY The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act has been a… Continue Reading
Kanakapura Road, once a meandering highway flanked by a few resorts, is now a buzzing residential property away from the city’s hustle 1 SOUND INFRASTRUCTURE: Convenient roads, metro rail connectivity and a sound social infrastructure make this area a popular… Continue Reading
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) roll out in July provides a unique opportunity for both buyers and developers With Goods and Services Tax (GST), one of the biggest tax reforms of independent India, all set to be a reality… Continue Reading
The real estate sector got its own regulator from May 1, 2017, the date when the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) became effective in the entire country. Each state and UT will have its own Regulatory Authority…
There will be a definite 20 per cent increase in overall pricing in construction with the increase in cost of materials such as steel, cement, sand and aggregates
Have you ever wondered if we did not had any windows in our house. Will your door alone be able to suffice the needs, or replace the term of “window”. Why do you think we pay these “windows” so much of importance, when your “door” can even play the role. The moment one calls out for a house, structure of four walls protected by a roof, a door for an entrance, and windows comes into our common picture.