Published on is Delhi-NCR fastest growing property web portal that helps link buyers and sellers of real estate across the major cities of the nation.

Property buying for Indian PEOPLE is a MAJOR sensitive and responsive decision, therefore at we provide you with the most trustworthy, cost-effective and convenient property options to facilitate in your judgment.

We give assistance in your all type of property related requirements like property buy or rent or plan to take a paying guest anywhere in Indian cities. Using our website you can easily contact the Sellers/buyer through e-mail / SMS or phone for concluding a transaction with paying a single penny to anyone. Further, our website compare your search results to facilitate in your judgment.

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  2. 2. • • • • The strong fundamentals of the Indian economy are having a favorable impact on all asset classes of Indian real estate viz. housing, commercial – office space and retail and hospitality. In recent years, the growth has spread out to tier-II and III cities as well. High growth in services as well as manufacturing sector has resulted in high demand for commercial and industrial real estate. Further the economic growth has trickled down to the large Indian middle class increasing affordability and affluence. Improving living standards are driving the demand for better quality housing and urban infrastructure.
  3. 3. • Despite the market slowdown and high competitiveness among the ‘Big Boys’ in the Indian residential Real Estate Business, smaller builders of Residential Projects can still corner a healthy market share. It is all a matter of knowing which league to play in, and how to play. • With property boom spreading in all directions, real estate in India is touching new heights. However, the growth also depends on the policies adopted by the government to facilitate investments mainly in the economic and industrial sector.
  4. 4. Rising Tourism Rise Of Middle Class Real Estate Easy Availability of Finance Decline of Joint Families
  5. 5. Fiscal Policy Rising FDI Real Estate Rise of Middle Class Strong Demographics
  6. 6. First Time Buyers Medical Tourism Real Estate Developme nt of new Stream of Business International Tourism
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  8. 8. OBJECTIVES Generation of additional economic activities. Promotion of investments from domestic and foreign sources. Promotion of exports of goods and services. Creation of employment opportunities. Development of infrastructure facilities in the country.
  9. 9. There has been a drastic curtailment in restrictive policies such as the Urban Land Ceiling and Regulation Act. Reforms in the Integrated Township Policy. Liberalization of FDI rules and the emergence of real estate funds. Range of Government benefits & incentives including residential tax breaks and the Special Economic Zones.
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  12. 12. •IT Infrastructure – Temples of Modern India •Townships •Programming •Green Houses Buildings
  13. 13. Skill Shortage. Non Availability of Statistics. Overvaluation of Property. Highly Fragmented. Lack of Transparency.
  14. 14.       Overall Impact considered to be marginally positive. Infrastructure investment to be raised over 9% of GDP. Funding pressure on construction companies to be eased by PPP. PPP infrastructure projects to be refinanced upto 60% through IIFCL. Rs 39.7 billion allocated for rural housing schemes. Focus on providing housing to people of economic weaker section & lower income group.
  15. 15.     Close to $7 billion to $8 billion of venture capital expected to flow into Indian real estate market. A significant increase in project execution through Public- Private-Partnerships. More demand for office and industrial space. Current levels of investments in infrastructure are not sufficient to bridge the gap between demand and supply.
  16. 16. Powered By Trumpakt Technologies Private Limited J-121, Site–C, Surajpur, Greater Noida, U.P., 201306, India. Phone:+91-0120-4235551 9999568078 9999311326 9871379199
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