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Anuj Puri

Chairman at ANAROCK Property Consultants Private Limited, Over 27 years of experience in multi-disciplinary advisory and transactions ranging from real estate to social development projects. Expertise in planning, undertaking demand assessment studies and transaction services including marketing strategies based on technical real estate market analysis, feasibility studies, program requirement derivation and fund and investor sourcing.

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Budget 2023-24 balanced but tepid for real estate

Union Budget 2023-24 may help the Indian economy but there is no major announcement that can invigorate the real estate sector and give it a new lease of life

Union Budget 2022-23 – focus on infrastructure to drive real estate...

Providing a broad-spectrum booster shot to the economy, Union Budget 2022-23 is progressive – especially with its emphasis on building the infrastructure of the country.
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Real estate pins hope on Union Budget 2022-23

Affordable housing got a big boost in the last Union Budget. Further extension of this will ensure buoyant demand for housing in 2022

Residential real estate trends– 2021-22

Reviewing the overall performance of the Indian residential real estate market in 2021 shows a definite upswing.

What does the festive season 2021 behold?

Festive season 2021 is witnessing restrictions being lifted, people are moving freely, restarting their businesses and attending office

Redevelopment of Mumbai – the challenges ahead

There are three kind of regular redevelopment models - slum redevelopment, cluster redevelopment, and redevelopment of housing society.

Monetary policy – advantage affordable housing

The low-interest rate regime has become the new hallmark of the housing market - during the pandemic, and even before.

Proposed hike in circle rates in NCR ill-timed

The proposal to surcharge on properties and raise circle rates in NCR by 40% along the Metro or expressway will have an adverse effect on the real estate market
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Model Tenancy Act – a game-changer

The Model Tenancy Act will help bridge the trust deficit between tenants and landlords by clearly delineating their obligations and will eventually help unlock vacant houses across the country.

Budget 2021-22 – affordable and rental housing, infra get push

As anticipated, affordable housing and rental housing got a big boost with the govt. extending the period for extra deduction of INR 1.5 lakh available for loans up to 31st March 2022.

Decoding the Indian luxury housing

The luxury housing sector took a big hit with Modi's unexpected move to demonetize high-denomination currency because a not-insignificant number of transactions in this category had large cash components.

Demonetization and Trump’s Triumph: Impact On Indian Real Estate

For real estate investors, currency gains might be sufficient enough to prompt global investors to execute exit strategies on cross-border investments. In fact, large institutional investors would be well-advised to implement investment strategies now, before the market picks up again.

Will GST make or mar the real estate industry

The real estate industry is waiting with bated breath to see how the GST tax rate is applied to the real estate and construction industry

A Case For Institutional Investments In Non-metro Real Estate

India has over 40 tier II and tier III cities with million-plus populations, and some of these are growing as fast as their tier...

Retail in Delhi-NCR – in a class of its own

Interestingly, Delhi-NCR also has the highest saturation of malls in a leading micro-market – Gurgaon has as many as 28 malls with a total footage of more than 7mn sq ft for a population of 15.14 lakh (as per Census 2011).

The real estate regulatory bill finally becomes a law

The real estate industry welcomes the major reform that promises to bring in much-needed transparency and accountability to the rather opaque sector. It will create a much-needed consumer right protection umbrella for buyers of real estate, thereby increasing consumer confidence as well as creating lasting developer brands strong on quality and timely delivery of their projects.

India today- modest optimism, significant risks

According to IMF, India remains a bright spot. It has achieved escape velocity from the BRICS bloc and is off on its own growth trajectory. However, a lot – if not everything – depends on FM Jaitley delivering swift implementation of Indirect Tax reforms (read: GST), passage of the Bankruptcy Policy, lowered Corporate Tax rates and overall enhanced ease of doing business.

The ‘I’ In BRICS Now Implies Hope

All in all, it was an exhilarating session that left me alternately beaming with pride and whispering a prayer. But hey, nobody ever assumed that the Indian Story would be a cakewalk. Are we equipped for the task ahead? We had better be, because the rest of the world is watching closely

The global implications of India’s fourth industrial revolution

There is growing global awareness about India’s importance in the world order as the world waits for India to pick up the slack from a slowing China and become the next investment and business powerhouse. India is now the world’s fastest-growing economy, and the quest to find solutions to the unique challenges will also equip the world to address those challenges.

‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ – The World Is One Family

The ancient Sanskrit phrase ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, quoted by Modi during his world tours, means ‘the world is one family’. More than ever before, India is poised to integrate into the Global Family, with more and more countries participating in its growth story

Mumbai, Delhi & Bangalore Among Most Globalised Emerging Cities

Dubai occupies a unique niche on the world stage. The emirate combines many characteristics of both established and emerging cities, thanks to its meteoric and unprecedented rise. Overall, however, the city's attractive business environment and international profile, alongside its finance and knowledge-based strengths, mark it out as an agile higher quality emerging city.