The New Wave: An Introduction to Fractional Investment in Real Estate in India
Fractional ownership is a game-changer for the Indian real estate market. By allowing investors to own a share of high-value commercial properties, fractional ownership opens up new horizons for diversification and risk reduction.
Why Fractional Investment is Shaping the Future of Real Estate in India
Fractional investment is revolutionising the real estate industry in India, particularly in the realm of CRE. As traditional RE investment requires substantial capital & long-term commitments, fractional ownership offers an innovative solution that is reshaping the way people invest in properties.
The Impact Of Technology On The Commercial Real Estate Industry
With the need for a more flexible work environment and the adoption of automation as a solution to meet modern business needs and reduce costs, the impact of technology on commercial real estate is profound. Let's take a closer look at how technology is transforming CRE.
India’s Warehousing Growth and the Reasons Behind It
India’s warehousing market is viewed as an attractive investment opportunity driven by a massive consumption market and the government’s ambitious economic growth targets. Here are the factors shaping the growth of this industry and what investors can expect.
Trends Driving Commercial Real Estate in India in 2023
The Indian Commercial Real Estate sector is one that is rapidly expanding. With this in mind, it is essential to understand where the industry stands today & what to expect in '23. Take a closer look at markets across the country that are likely to perform this year.
Will Office Space Demand Continue Rising In 2023?
India’s office market continues to grow, supported by employment creation & its reputation as a tech & innovation hub. More firms continue to view India’s talent & business potential, which led to a strong 2022 &, more notably, bodes well for 2023.
How many months of rent do you need to buy a home?
Off late there has been a debate about whether it is more financially prudent to pay rent or purchase a house with exorbitant EMIs. So, we decided to look at how many months of rent you would need to buy a house in the top 10 cities of India.