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  • India’s smart homes market to grow by 9.14% by 2028; green buildings market to reach $39 bn by 2025: NAREDCO resurgent study reveals

    The smart homes market in India is projected to grow by 9.14% from 2024 to 2028, reaching a market volume of $9.2 billion. This growth is attributed to the increasing integration of Internet of Things (IoT) devices in homes, which enhance security, energy efficiency, and convenience. Startups specializing in smart home solutions are expected to see substantial growth during this period.

  • रियल एस्टेट डेवलपमेंट काउंसिल ने का बड़ा दावा, 1 करोड़ से ज्यादा फ्लैट खाली

    रियल एस्टेट डेवलपमेंट काउंसिल ने का बड़ा दावा, 1 करोड़ से ज्यादा फ्लैट खाली।Top Newsदेश में एक करोड़ से अधिक फ्लैट खाली पड़े हैं। फिलहाल बिल्डर अमीरों को टारगेट कर रहे हैं। रियल एस्टेट डेवलपमेंट काउंसिल के प्रेसिडेंट ने कहा है कि अब सरकार को आगे आने की जरूरत है। सरकार बिल्डर्स पर दबाव

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  • D Thara highlights importance of rain harvesting in future housing challenges: A call to action from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs

    Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, D Thara asked the real estate industry to completely gear up to meet housing-related challenges for the next five years by revisiting their old practices and preparing to invest in rain harvesting and creating play spaces for children in their housing complexes. Additionally, she emphasized provisioning for cool pathways powered by solar energy.

  • Navi Mumbai's Real Estate Fraternity Welcomes Modi 3.0 Govt's Decision To Construct Additional Houses Under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana

    Navi Mumbai’s real estate fraternity has welcomed the Modi 3.0 government's decision of constructing an additional three crore rural and urban houses under Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). According to the reports, approximately 4.21 crore houses have been built under the scheme in the past decade.

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  • Realty Conclave and Awards 2024: Check Full List of 35 Winners - Celebrating the Future of Indian Realty!

    Realty Conclave and Awards 2024: ET, the digital arm of India’s leading English Business News Channel, ET NOW hosted the inaugural ET Realty Conclave and Awards 2024, in New Delhi. The landmark event themed ‘Shaping Tomorrow's Real Estate Landscape,’ celebrated the contributions of the real estate sector and the crucial role that the realtors play in shaping India's economic growth.

  • Top property body head flags over 1 crore vacant flats in India despite housing shortage

    According to the National President of the National Real Estate Development Council of India (NAREDCO), G Hari Babu, there are currently over 1 crore or 10 million vacant flats across the country even as demand for housing remains high. Speaking in an interview, Babu highlighted the growing trend of wealthy individuals and investors purchasing properties only as investments and leaving them unused.

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  • Yearbook Canvas: Turning Memories into Lasting Keepsakes

    The life of Surashree Rahane, Founder and CEO of Yearbook Canvas, is a testament to resilience and triumph over adversity. Born in Bhagur, Maharashtra, she faced daunting physical challenges including club foot and polymelia, leading to numerous surgeries from infancy. Inspired by her father’s resilience, she excelled academically despite using a walker throughout her school years. Pursuing Computer Science Engineering at COEP, Pune, she thrived academically and actively participated in extracurricular activities.

  • Water-Borne Diseases Outdo War Deaths: 3,000 Kids Lost Daily

    The 1990s heralded an era of unprecedented expansion in India’s construction sector, marked by the advent of large-scale projects spanning the nation. During this transformative period, luminaries and visionaries—comprising architects, engineers, real estate magnates, project managers, and manufacturers—discerned an exigent need for a cohesive entity to elevate plumbing expertise and standards.

  • ‘More than 1 crore flats are vacant in India; crime of keeping property unused’: G Hari Babu | Business news

    According to real estate consultancy Anarock, launches of luxury residential units priced above Rs 1.5 crore have skyrocketed by as much as 1,000 percent between 2019 and 2023. Meanwhile, new launches of units priced below Rs 75 lakh, including affordable housing, remained stagnant in the country’s top seven cities. In a conversation with AGGAM WALIA, National Chairman of National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), G HARI BABU, delves into the growing trend of premiumization in the real estate sector even as the supply of high-demand affordable housing seems scarce.

  • Article 370 repeal spurs ₹81000 cr investment proposals in Jammu & Kashmir: Dr Hina Shafi Bhat

    With the Introduction of New Industrial Developmenmt Scheme and post abrogation of article 370, and the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has recieved investment proposals worth Rs. 81 crore.

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