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Hyderabad Real Estate

Hyderabad realty heading towards recovery

City tops charts in terms of increase in housing launches, price increment and other parameters pan-India quarter-on-quarter

Hyderabad realty sector stands strong

Business-friendly policies of State government helped corporates maximise output, says JLL-CII report

Hyderabad tops in residential sales penetration

Hyderabad: Hyderabad real estate growth is catching up fast. Countering the demonetisation impact, the city topped the list with a 36 per cent residential...

Positive impact

As a result, Hyderabad real estate has secured about Rs.10,100 crore in investments since Telangana came into being.

Hyderabad real estate gets Rs 10,100 crore in five years

Announcing this at the launch of new its new corporate office  at Hitec City, JLL India Chief Executive Officer and Country Head Ramesh Nair said that focus on infrastructure

Healthy demand driving Hyderabad realty

Quantum jump to be seen in office, commercial, retail and logistics.

Hyderabad’s real estate all set to grow in 2018

Hyderabad to witness surge in office rentals and absorption backed by continued demand.

Hyderabad realty on recovery mode

The supply of new units launched in Q2 2017 this fiscal has grown by 12 per cent over the previous quarter.

Telangana notifies RERA rules

Hyderabad: The Telangana Government has notified rules to the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016. According to a notification issued on July 31, the...

GST will be a game changer for realty: Treda

P Ravinder Rao, president, Telangana Real Estate Developer Association (TREDA), said, growth is picking up in real estate sector in Telangana.

Hyderabad tops realty investment destination list in Asia Pacific region

While Hyderabad emerged as the number one on destination in the region, Bengaluru and Mumbai were ranked sixth and seventh respectively. 'Betting on Asia Pacific's Next Core Cities'. Pune, Chennai and New Delhi were at eighth, ninth and tenth positions.

Positive outlook for Hyderabad realty

Developers now need to bridge the supply-demand gap across sub-segments.

Realty growth returns to Hyderabad

Experts say efforts should be made to retain price leadership.

Cement prices skyrocket

A cement bag now costs between Rs 330 to Rs 340 as compared to Rs 240 earlier.

CM against land value hike: Mehmood Ali

Hyderabad: Deputy Chief Minister Mohd Mehmood Ali on Tuesday declared there was no proposal with the government to increase the value of land in...

Construction gaining momentum in city

More building permissions acquired in 2016-17 as compared to last year.

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