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Banking On Sentiments

This festive season too there is much anticipation and expectation of a boom in housing sales, despite an increase in input costs and a decrease in credit to the construction sector. Can all-time low interest rates on home loans boost sales?

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Skills Required To Become An Android Developer

As the most popular operating system in the world, the demand for Android apps and skilled Android Developers has increased. Here is a list of Skills you should brush up on if you want to be a Developer on the Android Platform

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CEA, CEEW Launch Renewable Dashboard For Detailed Operational Info On RE Projects In India

The highest daily generation figures recorded in the past 12 months for solar and wind are 216.5 million kWh and 444.5 million kWh

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Chennai Leads In Project Completions, Followed By Hyderabad And Bengaluru

Chennai saw over 1.32 lakh units new units launched b/w 2013 till Q3 2020, with 61% currently ready to move – highest share of completed units among all top cities; NCR has the least completed units – just 26% is ready of a total of 5.54 lakh units launched b/w 2013 till Q3 2020

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Developers Explore Coworking Spaces In Residential Projects

Offering coworking spaces as an added feature in residential or mixed-use developments is definitely a timely notion.

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Developers Explore Co-Working Spaces in Residential Projects

Offering coworking spaces as an added feature in residential or mixed-use developments is definitely a timely notion. Many people are finding it difficult to work purely from home due to distractions and space/ infrastructure constraints, says Anuj Puri, Chairman ANAROCK Property Consultants

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Developers Need To Do More For Customers Now: Experts

The resultant lockdown post Covid-19 pandemic has dented the consumer confidence when it comes to home-buying. Experts say Developers need to do more. The lockdown has also not dented the demand for quality offices. BW Businessworld presents what experts are saying about customer demand, role of developer and working from offices.

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Reviving Real Estate: How Can Developers Survive The Pandemic

Developers need to focus on timely execution and increase the sales volume once the situation improves.

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Cloud Models Enable Organisations To Embrace Digital Transformation: Vikas Arora, Country Manager, IBM Cloud, India/ South Asia

IBM estimates, companies will spend more than $100 billion in each of the next three years to create private clouds. Vikas Arora, Country Manager, IBM Cloud, India/ South Asia talks to BW Businessworld about cloud helping the business, and IBM Cloud Private supporting developers and enterprises. Edited Excerpts:

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Google Will Fund 1.3 lakh Indians For Skill Training

Google will fund 100,000 scholarships on the Pluralsight technology learning platform and 30,000 scholarships on Udacity platform as part of the program

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Budget Decoded For Developers, Customers

For the developers, the budget proposes relaxation of tax deduction of affordable housing projects

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GST To Benefit Realty Sector, Reduce Tax Burden: Developers

Implementation of the GST law will have a positive impact on the real estate sector with expected reduction in its tax burden, according to property developers and consultants

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Unitech Case: Wake-up Call For Builders

Real estate developers see the jail (and later bail) to Unitech's top management in a cheating case as a wake-up call for the community

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Decoding The Indian Luxury Real Estate Market

Indian real estate market has evolved from being a market obsessive about a home with a location to a new and vibrant concept of branded homes.

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Mumbai Residential Realty Sales Pick Up

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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