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Anil Pharande

Anil Pharande is CMD of 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. Anil Pharande is also President – CREDAI (Pune Metro) and a MahaRERA conciliation forum member.

Latest Articles

Integrated townships – luxury or necessity?

Integrated townships are a sustainable model of urbanization that provides a superior urban lifestyle in previously rural areas and sufficient employment close to residential areas.

Homebuyers in Pune today prefer large apartments

Recent real estate reports indicate a big demand for larger apartments from home buyers in Pune who preferred compact flats just a few years ago

Real estate: how to fix rental property value?

A property's rental value depends on the location - proximity to key places like shopping, schools, workplace hubs, and hospitals

How to pick the right investment property

The most important while making an investment in rental property is its location. It must be well connected to the city's major districts

Homes and offices in pandemic times

Covid-19 has brought a lot of change in our lives and made us take a fresh look at our relationships with our homes and offices

Indian festive season and the NRI homebuyers

Most NRIs have families back in India - but even otherwise, most NRIs maintain a deep emotional connection with their homeland

Housing for all by 2022- hope or hype?

The Indian real estate sector has seen many changes in the past decade but it remains to be seen if the Housing for All vision will fructify

Lapsed MahaRERA registrations – the ‘inside story’

Over the last few years MahaRERA registrations of some 3,371 housing projects have lapsed. 37% of these ‘lapsed’ projects are in Pune alone.
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Green homes – the environmental need of the hour

Green infrastructure reaps not only economic and environmental benefits but also ecological ones. Each one of us can make a big difference

PMRDA to power Pune’s real estate transformation

Recently, the Maharashtra state government appointed the Pune Metropolitan Region Development Authority (PMRDA) as the special planning authority for the 23 villages which have been merged into the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC).

What does Pune’s housing market need?

Pune’s housing market has remained remarkably strong despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Both demand and new supply were consistent from July 2020 to March 2021 after the State government imposed first wave restrictions.

How Pune will gain from Model Tenancy Act?

Pune holds the fourth spot in terms of vacant houses across the country – behind Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi.

Housing Market – Where, When and How?

Covid-19 wave does not spell doom for real estate. Housing recovery after the second wave will again be the fastest among other sectors. Demand may remain slow for a few months but pick up again as soon as cases recede.

Covid Wave and its impact on housing demand and prices

The rapid rise in cases and the localized lockdowns and restrictions have severely impacted many sectors - including residential real estate. Buyers have become cautious and are avoiding site visits even if they are interested in buying a home.

PMRDA – Ensuing Planned, Sustainable Growth In and Around Pune

Like Singapore's HDB, PMRDA was formed to create a better standard of living for citizens and also promote ease of business. Besides ensuring sustainable growth, another key objective of PMRDA is to build and develop PMR as one of the most preferred and attractive investment destinations.

PMRDA – Blueprint for a city of the future

Infrastructure like transportation, power, telecommunications, electricity, water, sanitation and proper disposal of waste, are all central to urban growth.
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Higher v/s Lower Floors: which one should you prefer

So - should you choose a higher or lower floor in a high-rise apartment project? The answer to this question will change according to the city, exact location, nature of the project, and the capabilities of its builder.

More women in India today wish to own their homes not...

More Indian women are now determined to own their homes rather than just live in them. Women are the decision-makers. The final decision on a home purchase is taken by women for 80% of all purchases.

Mumbai-Pune expressway – the new development lifeline

While Pune is expanding in many directions, the most critical direction is obviously towards Mumbai. The important task at hand now is to open up more and more areas along the Mumbai-Pune Expressway for good quality real estate developments. This process is underway and is constantly bringing the two cities closer together.

Indian real estate – no progress without collaboration

The year 1999 saw the formation of the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI). The mission of this association of real estate developers was - and remains - to implement self-regulation among developers, and ensure that all member builders work in a cooperative and well-planned manner.
Mumbai-Pune Expressway

Mumbai-Pune Expressway — the new development lifeline

Pune is expanding in many directions, the most critical direction is obviously towards Mumbai. The important task at hand now is to open up more and more areas along the Mumbai-Pune Expressway for good quality real estate developments.