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Currently the real estate is largely unregulated and opaque, with consumers often unable to procure complete information, or enforce accountability against builders and developers in the absence of effective regulation. The Bill is expected to ensure greater accountability towards consumers, and to significantly reduce frauds and delays. The Bill aims at restoring confidence of the general public in the real estate sector; by instituting transparency and accountability in real estate and housing transactions which in turn will enable the sector to access capital and financial markets essential for its long term growth. 


Cover Story

Wienerberger India – Sustaining Sustainability


The Real Estate Bill, 2013 provides uniform regulatory environment

Market Overview

Colliers International India releases Office Property Market Overview



Designed Home

Mega Group – presents their upcoming project – Mega Atmos 


India’s First World-class Project of Resort Residences for Seniors – ‘NULIFE’ at Kamshet, Lonavla


HDIL & Ravi Group Project to form a JV for the luxury residential project – Era Veulta in Mumbai

Industry Outlook

CREDAI Conclave 2013 Presents ‘Real Estate Outlook for the Year 2014’


KWH Mirka announce the launch of ‘OSP’ (Optimized Surface Preparation System)

Premium Segment

Curbs on property investment abroad may boost premium segment in India


Investments in realty sector grow 53% in Jan-Sep 2013


Dalmia Bharat Announces the Appointment of Group CEO – Cement

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