Shradha Goyal

 

Shradha Goyal is currently serving the position of Manager – Content at 99acres.com. She writes on real estate market trends; is a keen research analyst and specializes in primary and secondary research. Previously, she has been a part of The Times of India Group for two years and has written on real estate for both digital and print media. 

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National Insite Report Jul-Sep 2018

DownloadReport Market Movers Government acknowledges homebuyers as creditors Relieving the distraught homebuyers in India, the Cabinet approv...

DownloadReport Market Movers Government acknowledges homebuyers as creditors Relieving the distraught homebuyers in India, the Cabinet approved the bill identifying them as financial creditors in a real estate project. The move is instrumental in protecting their rights in the case of a...

  • October 18, 2018
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Bangalore Insite Report Jul-Sep 2018

DownloadReport   Market Movers Single-window clearance for realty projects Quashing the need to approach 14 different government agencies...

DownloadReport   Market Movers Single-window clearance for realty projects Quashing the need to approach 14 different government agencies to seek building approvals, the State formed a single-window clearance mechanism for residential projects covering 1,200 sq ft and more. The online...

  • October 18, 2018
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Hyderabad Insite Report Jul-Sep 2018

DownloadReport Market Movers Telangana RERA website goes live After a delay of over a year, Telangana RERA launched its official website, wit...

DownloadReport Market Movers Telangana RERA website goes live After a delay of over a year, Telangana RERA launched its official website, with the online payment facility, in September. Until August 2018, just over 16 residential projects and five real estate agents were registered under...

  • October 18, 2018
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Bangalore Insite Report Apr-Jun 2018

DownloadReport Market Movers Karnataka RERA mandates permanent approval of projects Starting April 2018, Karnataka RERA mandated developers t...

DownloadReport Market Movers Karnataka RERA mandates permanent approval of projects Starting April 2018, Karnataka RERA mandated developers to seek permanent approvals before advertising projects. So far, RERA issued provisional certificates to all applicants. The move has tightened the...

  • July 24, 2018
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Chennai Insite Report Apr-Jun 2018

DownloadReport Market Movers TNRERA takes steps to upsurge transparency The Tamil Nadu RERA (TNRERA) mandated developers with projects outsid...

DownloadReport Market Movers TNRERA takes steps to upsurge transparency The Tamil Nadu RERA (TNRERA) mandated developers with projects outside the ambit of RERA to mention the same in their advertisements. The measure was taken to improve transparency in the functioning of the real estate...

  • July 23, 2018
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#GSTonRealEstate: Ready properties witness increased sales

It has almost been a year since the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was imposed in India on July 1, 2017. Since then, all industries, especially real est...

It has almost been a year since the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was imposed in India on July 1, 2017. Since then, all industries, especially real estate, has been struggling to understand its ambiguous norms. Unable to find the Input Tax Credit (ITC) profitable, homebuyers retreated from the...

  • May 28, 2018
  • 455

#99acresInsite: Residential new launches resurface in Bangalore

Bangalore witnessed multiple new residential launches in the first quarter of 2018, as reported by 99acres Insite Report. Improved demand and supply w...

Bangalore witnessed multiple new residential launches in the first quarter of 2018, as reported by 99acres Insite Report. Improved demand and supply was recorded for RERA-compliant projects offering timely completion and security of investment.                                   ...

  • April 19, 2018
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Top 4 things to check while buying a child-centric home

A residential project aimed at children’s all-round development may fail to meet its purpose if it lacks the four basic pillars – fun, safety, dev...

A residential project aimed at children’s all-round development may fail to meet its purpose if it lacks the four basic pillars – fun, safety, development and convenience. If you are a potential buyer of such a project, make sure you check all these factors before finalising your home. ...

  • March 9, 2018
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Budget 2018: Top 5 expectations of real estate experts

Real estate experts are looking forward to the Union Budget 2018-19 for progressive policies that would bring a turnaround in the market sentiment. In...

Real estate experts are looking forward to the Union Budget 2018-19 for progressive policies that would bring a turnaround in the market sentiment. In addition to seeking industry status, they are expecting the formulation of a single window clearance system, rationalisation of GST, push to REITs...

  • January 25, 2018
  • 620

Budget 2018 needs to incentivise green housing

The Union Budget 2018-19 must provide incentives for construction of green buildings in India, urge real estate and construction experts, opine indust...

The Union Budget 2018-19 must provide incentives for construction of green buildings in India, urge real estate and construction experts, opine industry stalwarts. The construction and real estate sectors are major contributors to the country’s GDP. Burgeoning urbanisation has led to a massive...

  • January 25, 2018
  • 445

Child-centric homes ensure all-round development of kids

Buyer’s evolving need to have unique living experiences at home have led developers to set foot into creating child-centric homes. Aimed at holistic...

Buyer’s evolving need to have unique living experiences at home have led developers to set foot into creating child-centric homes. Aimed at holistic development of kids, the homes are best suited for young couples in nuclear families. Indian real estate has embraced themed projects for a long...

  • January 24, 2018
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What will drive Indian Real Estate back on track?

Dampened by multiple policy reforms in 2017, real estate experts are betting the sector’s growth on factors such as single window clearance mechanis...

Dampened by multiple policy reforms in 2017, real estate experts are betting the sector’s growth on factors such as single window clearance mechanism, rental housing and a corpus fund for stuck projects. The Indian real estate sector has long been marred by multiple political and economic...

  • January 23, 2018
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RBI maintains status quo: Home loan rates to remain unchanged

The RBI kept Repo Rate unchanged at six percent in its fifth monetary policy review in this FY 2017-18. While developers expected the cautious stance ...

The RBI kept Repo Rate unchanged at six percent in its fifth monetary policy review in this FY 2017-18. While developers expected the cautious stance owing to growing inflation, its minimal impact on home loan interest rates concerns them of slowed sales. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has...

  • December 6, 2017
  • 398

Is rental housing the way forward for Indian realty?

The mammoth pile-up of housing units and a paradoxical shortfall of homes can be addressed if the government gives a thrust to rental housing in India...

The mammoth pile-up of housing units and a paradoxical shortfall of homes can be addressed if the government gives a thrust to rental housing in India, say experts.  The Economic Survey of 2016-17 suggested a twofold rise in migration in India. From 5.5-6 million a year in 2001-2011, the...

  • November 21, 2017
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Premium-home avenues open up for Indian govt professionals

Relaxations offered under House Building Advance (HBA) on 9 November, 2017 will boost housing demand from central government employees. Additional loa...

Relaxations offered under House Building Advance (HBA) on 9 November, 2017 will boost housing demand from central government employees. Additional loan amount for high ticket properties will open up premium avenues for this segment of homebuyers. Gone are the days when luxury belonged to the...

  • November 20, 2017
  • 461

Is the Government bridging the housing paradox?

Real estate industry lauds the hike in saleable carpet area for the MIG-I and MIG-II category flats under PMAY. Not only will this spoil the buyers fo...

Real estate industry lauds the hike in saleable carpet area for the MIG-I and MIG-II category flats under PMAY. Not only will this spoil the buyers for choices, but also help developers offload unsold inventory. The Indian housing paradox was highlighted with reports suggesting a shortfall of 20...

  • November 17, 2017
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#ProgressReport: Affordable housing in India

Government and developers are actively making efforts to accomplish ‘Housing for All’ mission or Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). After almost t...

Government and developers are actively making efforts to accomplish ‘Housing for All’ mission or Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). After almost three years of its launch in 2015, let’s see where we stand. The parlance – affordable housing – has been floating in the world of Indian real...

  • November 17, 2017
  • 596

Infrastructure overhaul to boost capital rates in Ghaziabad by 20-25%

CREDAI-Ghaziabad’s latest report suggests a 20-25 percent capital appreciation in the next two years in the city on the back of multiple infrastruct...

CREDAI-Ghaziabad’s latest report suggests a 20-25 percent capital appreciation in the next two years in the city on the back of multiple infrastructural projects primarily aimed at boosting the regions’ connectivity to other NCR cities. The potential of infrastructural development to drive an...

  • November 16, 2017
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