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Akash Pharande

Akash Pharande is Managing Director - Pharande Spaces, a leading real estate construction and development firm famous for its township properties in West Pune. Pharande Promoters & Builders, the flagship company of Pharande Spaces and an ISO 9001-2000 certified company, is a pioneer of townships in West Pune.

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Life stages and living spaces – a guide to selecting the...

Choosing a home is a significant decision that varies greatly depending on the stage of life you're in.

How to fulfil the dream of owning a big Home?

COVID-19 triggered a new trend in terms of home purchase behaviour. Middle-class Indians are now splurging on bigger properties, defying conventional wisdom.

Wellness by Design – The Healing Power of Holistic Homes

With lockdowns, our homes have become our workplaces and sanctuaries. Suddenly, we became aware of how conducive homes are for our physical and mental health.

6 steps to decide if it is the right time to...

Buying a home is the smartest decision to make if one can afford it. Home loan interest rates are currently still lower than they were before Covid-19.

Impact of high-interest rates on home buyers across segments

The effect of high-interest rates varies depending on the home buyer segment. Let's examine the impact of higher interest rates on the home buyers

8 reasons why developers reputation matters

Properties from branded developers tend to appreciate better compared to those by unknown local builders because the brand name adds a premium to resale values.

Millennial urban comfort – ‘real’ value in a changing world

A survey by the United Nations projects that by 2030, over 40.76% of India's population will live in urban regions. India is witnessing a rise in urbanization

Buying a home – how to avoid being taken for a...

Buying a home is one of the most significant financial decisions you will ever make. Unfortunately, some homebuyers regret the purchase.

Why do property prices increase with age?

Property prices increase even though buildings age. In the case of most other products other than gold, prices decrease with age, why is it so?

How to negotiate the price of a home?

Buying a home is often the most expensive purchase anyone makes in their lifetime, and everyone wants to get the best possible price.

A home in Pune – PCMC or PMC?

Pune has been witnessing increasing inward migration, thanks to better job prospects, and the many high-grade educational institutions unlike other metros

Indian millennials on a homebuying spree

The last few years have been a game changer for millennials buying homes - including in the types of homes they prefer. From 2020 onward, millennials began looking for homes with dedicated office space for remote work.

Ready-to-move or under-construction?

The age-old question in India is: what is preferable, ready-to-move (RTM) homes or under-construction properties? Both have advantages and disadvantages.

Golf homes – a rare luxury housing category

The game of golf has always been around ever since we can remember. India's first golf club started in Calcutta in 1829 and was the oldest club outside Great Britain

Coworking – a major step for India inc.

Coworking may be the latest rage in commercial real estate, especially now that COVID-19 has shaken up the office sector - but lot more

Covid-19 pandemic redefines luxury living

Luxury is a highly over-used word in Indian real estate. There has never been one clear definition of a luxury home in India.

Non-metro cities -new real estate investment hubs

India has over 40 non-metro cities with a million-plus population, and some of these are growing as fast as their tier I counterparts

Changing world of digital real estate marketing

In the highly competitive real estate marketing space, advertising remains one of the developers' most powerful marketing tools.

Urban planning – key to Pune’s development

One of the objectives of urban planning is to ensure that local population has access to the resources they need to carry on their livelihoods

Festive season- good news for housing in Pune

Ganesh Chaturthi marks the onset of the festive season, particularly in Maharashtra and some parts of South India, where people celebrate the festival enthusiastically and consider this part of the year auspicious for buying property. Housing sales from September onwards (except in the 'shradh period) up to December are usually higher when compared to the other three quarters of the year.

Property E-Registration in Maharashtra – a game-changer

In 2019, the Maharashtra government first introduced the online registration of property documents to reduce paperwork, save time, and improve transparency.