The Indian real estate sector, a significant contributor to the country’s economy, has seen its share of challenges and opportunities. As a dynamic industry, it is influenced by various factors, including government policies, economic conditions, and market trends. In this blog, we’ll delve into the key challenges faced by the Indian real estate sector and […]
India held the presidency of the G20, a group of the world’s 20 largest economies, from December 1, 2022 to November 30, 2023. During its presidency, India focused on the following key themes:
The National Common Mobility Card (NCMC), often referred to as ‘One Nation One Card,’ is a revolutionary initiative by the Government of India aimed at simplifying public transportation and enhancing the ease of commuting for citizens. This smart card is designed to be a one-stop solution for all your transportation needs, offering convenience, affordability, and […]
In a surprising twist within India’s real estate landscape, the demand for affordable housing has witnessed a steep decline, raising questions about the factors influencing this unexpected downturn. Once considered a beacon of hope for millions seeking their own homes, the affordable housing sector is now grappling with challenges that have cast a shadow over […]
The Indian real estate market has long been a magnet for Non-Resident Indian (NRI) investors seeking to capitalize on the country’s growth and diversify their investment portfolios. With its dynamic economic landscape, demographic trends, and evolving property sector, India presents NRIs with a unique opportunity to harness the potential of the real estate market for […]
The Government of India is developing 11 industrial corridor projects across India. These projects are part of the National Industrial Corridor Development Programme (NICDP), which was launched in 2006. The NICDP aims to develop world-class industrial corridors that will promote economic growth and create jobs.
A minor, in India, is a person who is under the age of 18 years. According to the law, minors cannot enter into contracts, including property transactions. Therefore, a minor cannot buy property in their own name. However, a minor can own property if it is gifted to them or inherited from a deceased relative. […]
Ancestral property in India is property that is inherited by a person from their ancestors. It is also known as coparcenary property. Ancestral property is typically divided among the male members of the family, but daughters can also claim a share in the property under certain circumstances.
In recent years, India’s real estate market has experienced a significant boom, attracting both domestic and international investors. This surge in demand has raised questions about the driving forces behind the country’s real estate growth. Several key factors contribute to this upward trajectory, including economic growth, urbanization, demographic changes, government policies, and evolving consumer preferences.
Private equity (PE) investments have become a significant source of capital in India’s real estate sector. These investments have played a crucial role in supporting the growth and development of the sector. However, in recent times, there have been several factors influencing the dynamics of PE investments in the Indian real estate market. This article […]