Noida Authority to offer 442 plots in city’s ‘last’ residential scheme

Good news for investors and homebuyers! The Noida Authority is all set to allot 442 unoccupied plots in different sectors under the ‘last’ residential scheme of the city. These plots will be allotted this month only as per the respective circle rates of these particular sectors.

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Giving more details about the scheme, Noida Authority officials informed that interested buyers can apply from November 13 to 28 and the plots will be allotted through a proper bidding process. They further stated that the authority has already conducted survey on these plots and hence issued the tender for the same.

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Global Investors see Indian Realty as a Promising Investment Destination

The Indian real estate sector, over the course of several years, has seen many ups and downs with respect to the investor sentiments. And the government keeps coming up with regulatory reforms to encourage investors to park their money in the realty sector. Recently, with the easing of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) rules and several other changes, Indian property market is seen as a promising destination by global investors. Investment firms keep a continuous track records of the performance of different property markets and have derived much confidence from the Indian Realty sector, lately.

Global Investors see Indian Realty as a Promising Investment Destination

As reported by the Economic Times, the CEO of international commercial real estate service provider Cushman and Wakefield opined that the sentiments in the Indian realty sector have been improved over time. Modi government has imparted a sense of optimism in the property market which is why India is on the radar of foreign investors. Developers are also trying to match their products with the global standards in order to offer something the investors can’t refuse. [Read more…]

NRI Investors Coming Back to Indian Real Estate

With recovery of the Indian economy, India’s real estate market appears to be more dynamic. A lot of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) are also relocating to their country. Good growth prospects, good education system and the feeling of reconnecting with their native place are some factors that drive most NRIs towards India. NRI Investors Coming Back to Indian Real EstateReal estate has also advanced with modern technology and offers a wide variety to choose from- for mere investments or for relocating. India’s economy is booming and hence NRIs are looking towards returning to India for investment, at the same time maintaining their individual jet set lifestyle. India has been a great motivation for builders commercial/residential to come up with projects of international standards.

What does an NRI seek for in Indian Real Estate?

  • Investment and the capital appreciation Indian real estate offers.
  • A second home
  • Maintaining an international lifestyle
  • Immovable asset in your own backyard
  • India’s globalization and maybe relocation

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Integrated Townships: Rising Trend in Indian Real Estate

Integrated Townships: Rising Trend in Indian Real EstateWhile picturing a home in his mind, an urban dweller does not only go for lavish projects and modern amenities. What a customer looks for is the viability of the project as a dream home. A home where greenery soothes your eyes when you look around, a home that is close to all social facilities and a home you can proudly call your dream home. Offering everything you need for a healthy and comfortable lifestyle, integrated townships are a rising trend in the Indian Real Estate market.

What is an Integrated Township?

An integrated township is a project that encompasses all facets of a modern lifestyle within the gated complex. It integrates the residential parcel with the commercial, retail, education and entertainment facilities. Usually, a township is spread over more than 100 acres and has school, hospital, banks, ATMs and recreation areas within the complex. These projects also have ample greens. Since city outskirts and suburbs offer land at comparatively cheaper rates, most of the builders prefer to build their integrated township projects in these areas. [Read more…]