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How Affordable Housing Can Change the Way Construction Works in Indian Real Estate
Urban India today houses 460 million people, making up 33.6% of the country’s population. By 2030, this percentage is expected to increase up to 40% or approximately 600 million urban dwellers. The influx of population into urban areas is stimulated by the attraction of better employment opportunities, better education facilities,
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Digital Roadmap for Real Estate Developers in India
Real Estate in India: A Present-Day Scenario Real estate sector in India will contribute to 13 percent of the country’s GDP by 2025 and is expected to reach USD 1 trillion by 2030. For an industry with an enormous contribution, it has its fair share of challenges in India. Real
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Future Real Estate Developers Will Need to Be Leaner, Faster & More Reliable
In India, large residential projects are delayed far too often due to several reasons including tedious approval process, flawed budgeting, inaccurate cost management, poor cashflow planning, inefficient resource management, and labour issues. The delays in construction and escalated cost of completion have adversely affected the buyer confidence in the market
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What Does 100% FDI in Real Estate Mean for Smaller Real Estate Developers
FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) for the real estate sector opened up in 2005. Back then the real estate sector and especially smaller players were reeling under the pressure of unsold inventory, delays in projects, and negative cash flows, foreign investors too were shying away due to the uncertainty in profits
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Top 3 Tips Straight from the Industry Experts
In the past few years, real estate as an asset class is transforming quickly. Major real estate players are building and investing in the sector on an epic scale. Moreover, the landscape is becoming more sophisticated and widespread, with a varied range of risks, returns and innovations being the new
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The Need for An End-To-End Workflow Automation Software in Realty
In India, the real estate industry is facing an increasing need for a workflow framework, especially after the challenges posed by demonetization, GST implementation, RERA, and the new ICBC guidelines.
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Online Bids and E-Tendering with Construction ERP
In the construction industry, bidding is the process of submitting a proposal, also called tender, for managing a construction project or undertaking the management of one.
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Simplifying Your Construction Operations
A Bill of Quantity is a document that gives detailed description of the construction cost estimation. It includes the scope of work as well as the quantity and cost of labour and materials required for the successful management and completion of a construction project.
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Simplify Cost Management in your Construction Business Through ERP
All construction businesses have to fight the constant battle of keeping their project costs in tight rein in spite of the mounting multiple uncertainties in the industry.
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