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Ramesh Nair

The author, Ramesh Nair, is chief operating officer and Country Head at JLL India

Latest Articles By Ramesh Nair

'Sector Needs Approximately Rs 35,000-40,000 Cr Of The Financial Stimulus For Its Revival'

Ramesh Nair

The continuity of reforms for the next five years is sure to infuse growth and improve buyers’ and investors’ sentiment.

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Pune Leads In Pre-Commitment Among Key Office Markets

Ramesh Nair

Relatively lower office footprint and vacancy make Pune stand out; 48% supply coming through 2017 already pre-committed

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SBDs Emerge As New Favourites For Office Occupiers

Ramesh Nair

Across Indian office markets, secondary business districts are not only the younger cousins of the central business districts but also emerging as the new favourites due to the more modern buildings that suit requirements of corporates and office buildings that can be upgraded into superior grade-A assets

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IT Cities Continue To Outdo Non-IT Cities In Office Absorption

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Delhi-NCR, which has more than 60% of its total office space occupied by IT players, saw a decline of 22% (y-o-y)

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How Asia Pacific Cities Stack Up In JLL’s 1Q17 Office Index

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Delhi in top 15 markets, Bengaluru and Chennai in top-25 markets

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A Game-Changer For Mumbai Real Estate?

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Use of MCGM pre-approved external consultants for approvals related to internal layout, internal sewerage system and STP, parking layout and maneuverability within plot, storm water drainage, mechanical and electrical works, and gardens

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Mumbai Residential Realty Sales Pick Up

Ramesh Nair

Not only is the Indian economy picking up thanks to the growth in consumption (and vehicle, fuel sales) but the real estate market in Mumbai also has some news to cheer about. The aggregate of residential unit sales in the city in previous four quarters has jumped up 28 per cent when compared to the corresponding period one year ago. This shows an improvement in the otherwise lackluster market.

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