Seven cities in East and South Asia, the Middle East and Australia make up more than half of ‘World City X-factor Ranking’, according to real estate consultancy firm Savills.
India-based property investors have increasingly been coursing real estate transactions online, with over INR3.5 billion (USD58 million) worth of properties sold in the past several months.
Indian developer Bayaweaver Group recently unveiled its latest luxury apartment development in Noida, which upon completion will be one of the infant city’s largest buildings.
With only a week left until India’s general elections, the country’s property sector appears to have slumped of late, according to analysts.
Expatriates from India and Bollywood celebrities are among the biggest real estate investors in the Dubai market, investing about AED18 billion (USD4.9 billion) in 2013 alone.
Bollywood socialites, Sussane Roshan and Gauri Khan, are set to launch a luxury villa project this week in Dubai to attract wealthy non-resident Indians (NRI).
Following the recent political unrest in Bangkok, two of Thailand’s major resort destinations Phuket and Samui, both experienced an increase in passenger arrivals via direct flights, recording an all-time high of 3.2 million and 1.7 million visitors in 2013, respectively.
London has again been highlighted as the preferred investment destination for the global elite, but is set to face completion from major Asian cities over the coming years.
One of Singapore’s most renowned business families the Jumabhoy’s recently announced its latest residential project through the Raffles Residency development firm, a new vehicle that is currently developing 61 luxury villas in Bangalore.
Mumbai developer Phoenix Mills, which specialises in converting former land mills into high-end integrated communities, recently unveiled its latest residential project Fountainhead in Pune.
North India-based luxury home developer Supertech Group recently announced its third branded residence tie-up, this time with global design firm yoo.
Arge Realty, a unit of Texport Overseas Pvt. Ltd., recently launched Arge Helios, its first luxury residential development in Bangalore, with a target completion date of March 2016.
Global hotel company Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group recently revealed plans to enter the Asian residential market and is expected to initially launch branded residence projects in two key Indian cities.
India’s popular practice of pre-launch sales—where buyers can purchase residential units before all approvals and permits have been secured—may soon vanish.
Projections for 2014′s prime residential market; expectations for private property in Singapore; and India’s branded residences in this week’s Market round-up.
Luxury home prices falling in Hong Kong; project growth in the south and east of the UK; and India’s subdued market, in the this week’s Market round-up.
Global hospitality brand Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts this week announced plans to partner with National Capital Region-based real estate firm 3C to manage branded residences at the Delhi One project in the Indian city of Noida.
The economic pedestal on which India has stood for the last two decades has started to look somewhat shaky of late as the country attempts to tackle increasing inflation rates, spiralling GDP growth and a looming currency crisis brought on by the global downturn.
One of Singapore’s wealthiest families recently announced plans to enter India’s high-end property market. The Jumabhoy dynasty, now in its third generation, have floated a Indian real estate company Raffles Residency Pvt Ltd toconstruct Raffles Park in Whitefield development, situated in the heart ofIndia’s IT capital Bangalore The development, which will reportedly cost an estimated [...]
The Trump Organization this week announced a partnership with Mumbai-based Lodha Group to develop Trump Tower Mumbai in the grounds of the recently announced 17.5-acre The Park project in the city’s Worli locality.