Be the Generation of Young Real Estate Investors

“With 356 million 10-24-year-olds, India has the world’s largest youth population despite having a smaller population than China”, says a latest UN report. The current generation known as tech-savvy individuals with unique skills and fresh ideas. Whether it’s tweeting, texting, chatting, instagramming or sending snapchats, they can juggle many responsibilities at once. Youth of India is enthusiastically learning and attaining mastery in different field. But real estate investment is something …

REAL ESTATE REGULATORY BILL: HIGHLIGHTS FOR HOME BUYERS

As a relief to home buyers, the much-awaited Real Estate Regulation & Development Bill has been passed in Rajya Sabha. This act   targets to empower buyers and regulates all residential and commercial real estate sales through a regulatory authority. So what does the Bill have to offer? The bill aims to protect the interest of buyers and bring more transparency in the sector. Here are some of the important highlights …

RISE OF FEMALE HOME BUYERS IN INDIA

Few years ago, women would wait until they were married before they bought a home. But then, times are a changing and that’s not the case anymore. For many women nowadays, buying a home takes precedence over marriage. Today, women are educated, have good jobs and excellent career growth. More and more single women home buyers, many of them first-time buyers, are entering the real estate market. Women are actively …

BUDGET 2016-17: IS THE GOVERNMENT FULFILLING ITS PROMISE TO THE COMMON MAN FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING?

The union budget 2016-17 focused highly on development of rural, social sectors and infrastructure. It focused more on BPL population, ignoring the middle-income groups, who are the main tax payers of the country. Sugee Team believes that Budget could have done a lot more for the real estate sector. However, there are some positives. The Budget has increased the limit of deduction of rent paid under section 80GG from ₹ 24,000 per annum …