Insolvent Builder, Dejected Buyer
The Indian homebuyer, especially in the National Capital Region, does not have a home. They spend time either in courts or government forums in an attempt to claim the home they wished and paid for. However, the builder is bankrupt, and neither the courts nor the government knows how to proceed
Jeevan Prakash Sharma - September 28, 2022
Does India’s real estate sector need to be rebuilt?
The sector that was already on a shaky foundation has come crashing down in 2020
August 11, 2020
Is it the right time to buy real estate stocks?
After battling waning demand and a liquidity crunch, real-estate stocks recover thanks to the GST rate cut and sops
April 11, 2019
"Shorter End Of Fixed Income Curve Looks Like A Safe Bet"
Insights from the country's leading wealth advisors at Outlook Business' 7th annual private wealth roundtable, Upper Crest- Part 1
November 12, 2018
Trouble-free house hunting
Kolkata-based Monest helps you find a home without any hassle by connecting you with the best brokers in town
Debangana Ghosh - October 29, 2018
With an expansion model driven by joint ventures, Godrej Properties has managed to march ahead despite industry headwinds
Shruti Venkatesh - October 04, 2018
“Macros are, generally, looking positive, except the situation around crude and deficit”
Insights from the country's leading wealth advisors from Outlook Business' 6th annual private wealth roundtable, Upper Crest- Part 1
November 13, 2017
The New Reality
Real estate sees its higher ever PE inflow during the first half of 2017. What gives?
September 06, 2017
Gaurav A Parikh
There is a potential for non-linear profitability if Ruby Mills gets to develop its surplus land and increase occupancy at 'The Ruby' tower
January 13, 2017
Is there steam left in non-banking finance stocks?
Following a massive rerating on the Street, most stocks are trading at four times their historic book value
July 19, 2016