Ramesh Nair, COO - Business & International Director, JLL India analyses the impact of eased FDI norms on Indian Real Estate sector and underlines the future prospects.
Single window clearance has been a much awaited demand by the Real Estate sector. Post government change at centre, Realtors were hoping nod to single window clerance but it didn’t happen. The BJP
The recent move by the union cabinet to ease rules for FDI in construction and housing has been largely hailed by the entire sector where government has reduced the minimum area minimum capital
Construction and infrastructure play a significant role in a country’s economy, but rigid contractual policies and very high construction costs have been constricting the growth of this sector in
Considering the increasing furore about delayed housing projects, the need for single-window clearances for residential Real Estate projects has now become an imperative, says Kishor Pate, CMD - Amit
Rohit Raj Modi, President, CREDAI-NCR, lays down the steps the new government should take to put the sector back firmly on its feet.
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The Impact of the New Government on the Indian Real Estate Industry