Post-pandemic boom: Record property registrations Bangalore Mirror Bureau

Highest revenue in last 10 yrs between April 1-July 11 this year; experts say reduction in guidance rate helped The real estate sector in Karnataka has finally rebounded, it would seem — between April 1 and July 11 this year, the state recorded the highest revenue generated from property registrations in the last 10 years during this time period. While 6.87 lakh documents were registered in this time...


Can green buildings with net zero energy counter climate change?

India is at Number 5 on the Global Climate Risk Index 2020, according to CDP, an agency that creates statistics based on disclosures by organisations, cities and governments. The Mumbai cyclone and floods showed the reality and magnitude of the problem. As did the severe first lockdown when nature rejuvenated and struck back with blue skies, clear waters and clean air. Thanks to this CDP says the level...


Young ‘affordable housing’ builder achieves Rs 126 crore cumulative turnover in 4 years

At age 22, Pranav Sharma, a Manufacturing Engineering graduate from BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, quit his job at Deloitte and started a construction firm in Bengaluru to build affordable houses for people from EWS (Economically Weaker Section) and LIG (Light Income Group) categories. Four years later, he has built around 1000 housing units and made 680 people from the EWS and LIG categories proud...


Property prices to go up as construction costs soar in Karnataka

Buying a new property is going to get more expensive as builders and developers have decided to pass on the rise in construction costs to consumers. Those in the real estate sector said factors such as the sluggish demand that the pandemic caused, in addition to costs of raw materials and the fuel prices, had all resulted in a 20% to 30% price rise, which home and property buyers will have to...


25 year old low cost housing developer in Forbes 30 under 30

Bengaluru, April 1, 2022: Young entrepreneur and developer from Bengaluru, Pranav Sharma, found his name entering the 30 under 30 Forbes list of Young Entrepreneurs early this year. The recognition, coming close on the heels of his successful multiple venture of providing affordable housing to the economically backward and mid segment home buyers, was given for the unique model opted in the solar energy...

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