Mumbai moved up by two places to 28th spot, clocking a 0.8 percent year-on-year rise in prices while Bengaluru slipped five places to 20th place.
While the principal loan on these 40 properties is around Rs 2,200 crore, PMC Bank has been accused of fraudulently extending Rs 4,500 crore to HDIL on the back of security of these properties.
Tamil Nadu has the highest percentage share of rented households in India, followed by Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, according to a new report.
In the most expensive prime residential markets, Bengaluru ranked 15th and Mumbai 30th on meagre growth
Residential comes in second with a 31 percent share. This has shrunk over the years due to slowdown in the housing sector
Brand reliability, trustworthiness, timely delivery are other factors are considered by those purchasing an affordable house, says a RICS – Knight Frank report
Office space supply and transaction volume at an all-time high; Co-working spaces account for 15% of volume in first half of 2019
Kolkata witnessed the highest year-on-year surge with 191 percent in warehousing leasing volume.
Singapore overtakes Hong Kong as Asia-Pacific’s top source for outbound capital, says a report by Knight Frank
Mumbai is the most expensive prime property market in India, followed by Delhi and Bengaluru.
Currently, the bulk of the student housing demand is serviced by the unorganised sector comprising rented accommodation and private hostels.
Bengaluru witnessed a growth of 2 percent on a 12-month basis and 0.8 percent on a 3-month basis and took the 20th position on the Prime Global Cities Index.
Globally, 70 percent of survey respondents said that the political and economic environment within their country of residence made it difficult for them to create and protect their wealth in 2018 compared to 2017
Global gap between house prices and income estimated to be $740 billion in 2018
The billionaire population of Asia will grow at 27 percent, while the growth in North America will be 17 percent and in Europe, it will be near 18 percent by 2023
Bengaluru to witness fastest growth of UHNWIs population globally by 2023
New Delhi, which is expected to see a rise of 6.5 percent in prime rental values in 2019, was recorded as the fourth fastest growing office market globally
The report is based on a survey covering over 150 stakeholders of the Indian real estate sector, including leaders from the development and financial side.
Ski destinations such as the Alps and Aspen and second home markets such as Malibu and the Caribbean also have emerged as top ultra-prime markets.
Knight Frank India today launched the ninth edition of its half-yearly report - India Real Estate.
The property consultant today released its key 'India Real Estate' report which tracks primary property markets of eight cities-- Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune and Ahmedabad.
A report by Knight Frank says that PE investments in real estate rose from Rs 17,200 crore in 2014 to Rs 59,100 crore, a growth of a whopping 50 percent compounded.
Considering the subdued residential market scenario in the country, in almost all cases, developers have absorbed any upward cost pressure because of GST, which augurs well for the consumers
Expansion plans of major players and the increasing appetite for the co-working format and leading to higher absorption of commercial real estate.
Ranchi, Bhubaneshwar, Coimbatore, Nashik and Kanpur lead the house price growth; recording gains of 16%, 14%, 13%, 13% and 12% respectively