Anuj Puri Real Estate Expert

Anuj Puri, Chairman of ANAROCK Group is a highly respected industry authority and thought leader with 30 years' experience in leveraging Indian and global real estate opportunities. His company ANAROCK has a staff complement of over 1800 qualified and experienced professional, with offices in all major markets in the country, dedicated services in Dubai and a global footprint with over 80,000 preferred channel partners.


Strata-Sold Commercial Realty: Higher ROI, Different Rules

In times of continuing low residential sales, developers are seeking alternatives to infuse liquidity and boost business.


SBI's New Home Loan Scheme a Winner

SBI's latest and highly differentiated home loan scheme is an extremely good move and positive for the residential real estate sector as a whole.


Real Estate's Expectations from Budget 2020-21 - Will Iran Crisis Play Spoilsport?

As the countdown to Union Budget 2020-21 begins, all sectors hope that the government will unleash a plethora of goodies – from tax cuts and other consumption boosters to increasing credit off-take from banks to ease liquidity. Real estate particularly hopes for the quick implementation of alternative investment funds to rescue stressed residential projects. The pressure on the Finance Minister is as high as it could possibly go, considering the state of the economy.


Coworking – Top Trends That Will Shape the Segment in 2020

2018-end, total coworking supply was between 7 - 7.5 mn sq. ft. area – and crossed 12 mn sq. ft. by 2019-end Top 7 coworking players alone have more than 350 centres across India – no. set to double or treble in next 2 years PE funds and institutional investors will continue to back bigger players in 2020 Survival a challenge for smaller players; more mergers and acquisitions likely in 2020 Current lease-based structure not flexible & cost efficient - 2020 is likely to see the rise of ownership model


India: UP, Gujarat, AP had Maximum Completed PMAY (U) Homes by 2019-end

Nearly 11.22 lakh homes are completed in these 3 states as on 2019-end, against just 3.62 lakh homes completed in 2018-end A total of 32 lakh homes completed by 2019-end across all states & UTs - these 3 states account for 35% overall share In December-end 2018, merely 12.58 lakh homes were completed across all states & UTs - nearly 19.42 lakh homes built in 2019 UP topped out with nearly 4.30 lakh PMAY (U) homes completed by 2019-end; a year ago, just 68,660 homes were completed there Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh & Tamil Nadu follow closely with over 8.69 lakh homes completed under PMAY (U) By 2019-end, nearly 9.33 lakh homes have already been occupied in UP, Gujarat & Andhra Pradesh


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