Real estate market: How to build India’s future cities

Real estate market How to build India's future cities

The main reason that the Indian real estate market finds itself in trouble today is that prices have become unaffordable, even for most professionals. The underlying reason for this is an artificial scarcity of land in our cities
The resultant shortage of land where apartments, offices and shops can be built inflates prices. Today, as demand starts to weaken across property markets countrywide, we need to think of ways to build really affordable real estate.

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Times Of India: CII Inks MoU With National Housing Bank To Promote Green Housing

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The purpose of the MoU is to jointly enhance and promote the adoption of energy efficient and green homes concept in India. The MoU signed in presence of Arun Kumar Mishra, secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Property Alleviation, was inked between chairman of IGBC Prem C Jain and NHB executive director Arnab Roy.

Hindu Business Line: Choosing Your Nest!

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Home buyers have the choice of buying either an under-construction property one one already built and ready to occupy. It depends on your motive of buying the house, budget and the level of flexibility. Broadly speaking, a house under construction makes more sense if you are an investor. But if you are an end-user and plan to live in it, a ready to occupy property may be a safer choice.

Outlook Money: Great homes and amazing offers!

Rustomjee Developers, a Mumbai-based real estate developer launched the 20:80 scheme for its residential housing project, Azziano, in Mumbai. Under this scheme, buyers will have to play only 20 per cent of the cost upfront and then no monthly installments or interest for the next two years.

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Construction & Architecture Update features Mr. Boman Rustom Irani in ‘India’s top builders’

Construction & Architecture Update Magazine features ‘India’s top builders’ in its cover story this month and interacts with biggies of the Real Estate Industry on the distinct quality that is synonymous to each developer and the key trends that are instantly catching up with both the builders and the consumers.

In an interaction with Mr. Boman Rustom Irani, Chairman and Managing Director, Rustomjee, the article highlights various key elements in the Real Estate industry that are gaining importance and are definitely here to stay.

Mr. Boman Rustom Irani discusses the importance and use of glass, and how it has evolved over the time, from being used for its ornamental quality to a being a major value addition for building a structure. “Among the major consumers of energy and resources today are buildings, an all essential component for human habitat”, says Mr. Boman R Irani. Hence, some of Rustomjee’s residential and commercial spaces have adopted initiatives for the environment, executing green construction concepts.

Also, Mr. Irani maintains that a fusion of cutting edge technology along with a rich domain expertise helps Rustomjee operate in a more efficient and cost-effective manner. The processes at Rustomjee are built around the ISO 9001 certification, that helps manage the implementation of the project in a more planned manner, consistently.

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