In the festive season, property registrations in Mumbai rose over 4 percent in November compared to October, but were down by 16 percent in the last six months
In this episode of The Tenant we take you to India's largest Muslim ghetto. The Tenant in this episode lives in one of the most premium projects of a neighbourhood dominated by illegal buildings. Why does the largest Muslim ghetto of India get a notorious reputation? Our Tenant says its numerous problems are not different from most suburban locations. Watch the full episode!
Financial regulators issued a 16-point plan to boost the real estate market on Friday, with measures that range from addressing developers’ liquidity crisis to loosening down-payment requirements for homebuyers, according to people familiar with the matter.
Police investigators in the small Alpine principality are evaluating the confiscated evidence from the raids conducted on Oct. 26, Liechtenstein’s Prosecutor General Robert Wallner said in an emailed response to questions, without naming Fritsch. Authorities raided the properties and froze other assets tied to Fritsch, said a person with knowledge of the raids, who didn’t want to be identified discussing an ongoing probe.
The total area of the commercial space is 10,539 sq ft and comes with eight car parking slots.
Mumbai is the skyscraper capital of India. But how does it feel to live in a project that has a building that is ranked at the top in housing the maximum number of floors. In today’s episode of The Tenant, we talk to a young 23-year-old staying in a 78-storey building called Allura at Lower Parel. What works for him and what doesn’t – see the episode to find out.
The nation’s worsening credit crisis has led to defaults, failure to deliver homes on time and an unrelenting market selloff.
This is the second-lowest number of registrations in a single month in 2022, The lowest number of registrations in 2022 was in January when the city reported 8,155 registrations.
Demand for luxury projects in Mumbai has risen and the tilt has been in favour of ready or near-ready real estate projects. Tech startups, flushed with money, promoters and other stockholders are snapping up high-end luxury residences
Before the pandemic struck, the farmhouse market was witnessing a down cycle. Post COVID-19, almost 80 percent of properties that were on sale have been sold. Property experts say that the value of farmhouses has increased by almost 40 percent after the pandemic.
Foreign tenants are being evicted and rents have skyrocketed as property owners look to make profits from football fans.
Township vs standalone building... A first-world experience vs a third-world struggle... How COVID-19 lockdown changed housing preferences? The Tenant in this episode makes a big shift, as he realises the need for balconies, greenery, and peace. Watch the full episode!
The property was registered on September 29, as per the documents. The 2,919-sq ft apartment comes with four car parking slots, they showed.
The property, located in Indiabulls Blu project, was registered on September 28, 2022
The property, which is located in Oberoi 360 West, Worli is spread across 7762 sq ft, and comes with four car parking.
The persisting pressures on the residential market of Mumbai including higher mortgage rates and rise in the stamp duty had little impact on the sales momentum in the current month
In this episode of The Tenant we go to one of the largest township projects of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Hiranandani Estate at Thane. A place not in Mumbai but not far from Mumbai. Our Tenant is a real estate broker staying on Rent for almost a decade in multiple apartments but in the same township. Why makes him stay?
Client acquisition cost speaks volumes about the developer’s track record, goodwill earned, responsive brand conduct, and the ability to deliver future projects as per the commitments made.
The actor has sold the property to music director Daboo Malik and Jyoti Malik
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Indians are among the largest foreign nationals buying properties in many cities across the world. Better returns on portfolio, future prospects, lifestyle and children’s education are the main reasons. The outward remittance from India to buy immoveable assets abroad reflects the trend
From a small room in a dilapidated building into a 3BHK apartment in a new building. In this episode of The Tenant, we talked to a family which has seen a transformational lifestyle experience. We show you an apartment in Bhendi Bazaar -- a locality infamous for once being the location where fugitive gangster Dawood Ibrahim had several properties. Our Tenant says that the location may have several challenges but they get all sorted once they enter their new home. Watch the whole episode!
In this edition of The Tenant, we visit a property in India's most expensive neighborhood - Carmichael Road, Mumbai. Our Tenant is a young single man renting a spacious 1BHK apartment in a property littered with history and elegance. Watch the full episode as we take a tour of a unique apartment.
Why this family shifted from Mumbai to a Tier 2 city like Nashik? The tenant in this episode says his apartment is well-ventilated and that there is no air-conditioner needed. From the commercial capital of India to the wine capital of the country -- what were the key factors behind this shift? Watch the whole episode to find out!
Start-up owners are buying top-end properties to protect their monies. However, as with most things in life, conditions apply