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Investors Line Up Property Projects In Hyderabad

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 George Gonigal (May 19, 2008)  Hyderabad's real estate segment is in limelight ever since the launch of new hi-tech airport at Shamshabad in March 2008. The city's real estate prospects have gone up manifold and property brokers, real estate developers and home seekers are making the most of this boom. Hyderabad is bracing its infrastructure profile to attract more MNCs, companies, corporate firms to the city. Many .. (Commercial Property)

6 Deadly Mistakes Tenant Reps Make And How To Correct Them

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 Cindy Saxman Spivack (May 18, 2008)  The 6 Deadly Mistakes Are Working Without: 1. a qualified prospect. 2. having a signed exclusive agreement. 3. clear boundaries. 4. a strategic expansion plan. 5. knowing where the client's competition is located. 6. LISTENING TO THE CLIENT. Your real estate business will run more smoothly if you follow the 6 strategies below for effective Tenant Representation. Those who make .. (Commercial Property)

25 Ways To Get New Business

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 Cindy Saxman Spivack (May 18, 2008)  One of my favorite clients told me the other day that he was tired of cold calling and that it just wasn't producing any results for him. I told him no problem; there are other ways to get clients that don't include cold calling. He quickly replied, “You know Cindy, you are constantly telling me that. I can't think of any so start spitting them out. " To my surprise, I struggled .. (Commercial Property)

Bad Credit Commercial Mortgage

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 Donna Lewczuk (May 15, 2008)  While credit profile is an important consideration in the lending decision it is not the only one. A bad credit commercial mortgage or loan is available to individuals and businesses with less than perfect, or poor credit rating. These are also called “sub-prime" loans. Bad credit commercial loans and mortgages are available for any sort of commercial purpose. Bad credit .. (Commercial Property)

Ahmedabad - Top Place To Be

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 George Gonigal (May 15, 2008)  Ahmedabad is among the top 10 cities to reside, invest and earn, according to a study conducted by Indicus Analytics. The city enjoys strategic location advantage of proximity to Mumbai. Going by the ever growing construction of skyscrapers, shopping malls and multiplexes, the city is moving on fast. Growth Drivers Skilled labour, availability of land, quality real estate, low .. (Commercial Property)

Serviced Office Space Vs Conventional - Which London Office Space is Best for You?

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 Shivani Gurtu-Louth (May 13, 2008)  While location, location, location is always going to be the mantra when it comes to finding residential property - and may still be a significant factor in choosing commercial office space in London, depending on your sector and your particular needs - there may be another more important choice to make before you decide exactly where you're going to move to: should I rent a serviced .. (Commercial Property)

Gurgaon Real Estate - Projects that Promise Green Pastures

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 George Gonigal (May 13, 2008)  If we talk about the National Capital Region, Gurgaon positions itself as one of the most preferred residential destinations across the region. The kind of prospects the city offers has led real estate developers to launch a slew of projects all around the city. This is the reason why most of the buyers find themselves in a difficult situation to zero-in at a certain property. To ease .. (Commercial Property)

Jumeirah Lake Tower

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 Anitha Hari (May 13, 2008)  Dubai's most luxurious, extravagant resort hotels can be found at Jumeirah. Jumeirah is the famous beach in Dubai. You can enjoy a host of water sports like windsurfing, water-skiing and scuba diving. Jumeirah Mosque is one of the city's most picturesque mosques. Non-Muslims are allowed to enter the Mosque. Jumeirah Lake Tower is a land of man-made lakes and waterways. It is a coastal .. (Commercial Property)

Residential Rentals In Prime Areas Of Chennai

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 George Gonigal (May 13, 2008)  Property dealers have remarked that Tamil Nadu has been making significant developments with the real estate market transaction reaching investments worth Rs 30 Billion. Real estate has been further supplemented by the growth in the knowledge sector like IT industries and BPO companies that have made commercial Chennai properties very popular. Houses on rent in Chennai are the most .. (Commercial Property)

Indian Real Estate - Infrastructure And Inflation Takes the Toll

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 George Gonigal (May 12, 2008)  Lack of adequate infrastructure and sky-rocketing inflationary trends have resulted into speculation across all the sectors of the economy and real estate is one of the worst hit. Thankfully, the Government has taken various proactive steps to curb inflation and to drive out speculative investment, says Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head, Jones Lang LaSalle. Speaking on the current .. (Commercial Property)

Dubai Internet City - A Dubai Property Development Guide

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 John Hill (May 08, 2008)  The UAE's answer to Silicon Valley, Dubai Internet City (DIC) has earned itself a prestigious place in history as the worlds first complete Information Technology and Telecommunications center to be constructed inside a free trade zone. The Vision Behind the City Wanting to establish itself as the information technology hub in the region, DIC was created in an audacious attempt to .. (Commercial Property)

Emirates City - At The Heart of The Ajman Property Market

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 Mark J Burns (May 08, 2008)  Located on the coast of the Arabian Gulf lies Ajman, the smallest of the seven emirates of the UAE. Recent years have seen the Ajman property market become overshadowed by the incredible growth in neighbouring emirates such as Dubai and Abu Dhabi. However, the stunning new development at the Emirates City seems set to ensure that property in Ajman is amongst the most sought after in .. (Commercial Property)

How To List The Business California Stock Exchange

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 Robin Brain (May 06, 2008)  The price for the listing for a company has dropped in the year 2007 by 100,000 $. This value is expected to drop by a $100,000 in the year 2008. More and more companies are joining each day in this California listing. In this type of surroundings lending and credit facilities among the people increases. Therefore business and its worth in the market place began to prosper. Still the .. (Commercial Property)

Jaipur Real Estate - Much Ado About Nothing

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 George Gonigal (May 06, 2008)  Although the much glorified IT wave, which is said to be affecting the growth of real estate industry in Jaipur has not taken off yet, the real estate markets of the city have already been leveraging quite a lot of benefit out of the hype. Jaipur has always ranked high on the Indian and foreign tourist's circuit. Real estate in the city has flourished not only because of its proximity .. (Commercial Property)

Great Times Ahead for Indian Real Estate

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 George Gonigal (May 05, 2008)  Introduction of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Real Estate Mutual Funds (REMFs) in India would change the way Indian real estate developers finance their projects. As per estimates, the Indian real estate sector, which is currently pegged at $70 billion at present, will reach $120 billion in the next 5-years. Once the REITs and REMFs will pump in their investments in the .. (Commercial Property)

Buying Residential Property in Kolkata

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 George Gonigal (May 04, 2008)  Although Kolkata property markets have always been identified as the end-user one, investor activities have started to gain ground in the city, of late. According to experts, it is DLF that has suddenly brought Kolkata in the attention of real estate investors. Winning the tender floated by Kolkata Municipal Development Authority, the company recently bought 4,900 acre of land in .. (Commercial Property)

Organized Retail Zooms in Hyderabad

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 George Gonigal (May 04, 2008)  The organized retail players plan to penetrate in cities such as Chandigarh, Pune and Hyderabad with a major share of investments worth Rs 27,550 crores, as per Assocham reports. Hyderabad has a million square feet of retail properties under construction. And it is expected to cross three million in the next two years. Reasonable property prices made Hyderabad to get some of India's .. (Commercial Property)

Will Chennai Repeat the Bangalore Story?

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 George Gonigal (May 04, 2008)  Real estate demand in Chennai's IT corridor seems to be taking a back seat. The IT corridor, a collective name for localities on the Old Mahaballipuram Road, is the hub of all the IT and ITES companies in the city. Big IT giants like Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, along with small and emerging companies have their offices there. This area has always witnessed positive demand for both .. (Commercial Property)

Liquidity Crunch Poses Challenge Before Developers

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 George Gonigal (May 04, 2008)  Overheating of real estate prices in the northern parts of the country, liquidity crunch among developers and a watch-and-wait stand among property buyers has been resulting in a slowdown in the real estate sector of India, says Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head of Jones Lang LaSalle, a consultancy firm. Experts point out that these trends will continue in the Indian real estate, .. (Commercial Property)

Delhi Real Estate - Knowing Jhandewalan

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 George Gonigal (April 30, 2008)  From corporate houses to local residents, everyone feels that provision of metro has brought Jhandewalan real estate in the limelight. Another reason for the growth of this part of Delhi has been the recent MCD sealing drive across the city. The sealing drive led to the closure of many illegal office premises which forced the occupant to rush to legal buildings such as the Videocon .. (Commercial Property)

Mumbai Real Estate - Redevelopment Plans for Bandra Colony

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 George Gonigal (April 29, 2008)  The residents of the Maharashtra government's employee staff quarters have proposed the government to redevelop the 96 acres Bandra colony, on the build operate and transfer basis. The residents reasoned that most of the residential properties in the colony are damaged and need to be renovated. They suggested that redeveloping the area will solve this problem and might as well provide .. (Commercial Property)

Bangalore Real Estate - Traffic Takes The Toll

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 George Gonigal (April 29, 2008)  Intensive real estate growth and floating population has put tremendous pressure on Bangalore. The number of vehicles on the road has tripled in the last year leading to traffic jams on the roads. The CBD region faces most of the chaos as it is the main hub of IT and ITes companies. Real estate development is another reason of city congestion as there is hardly any vacant space left in .. (Commercial Property)

The Search For Commercial Real Estate "Upside"

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 Monte Lee-Wen (April 29, 2008)  "Upside Down" is when you owe more than the property is worth . . . and it feels like you are just being hung out by your heels. Lots of Residential owners understand the pain of being Upside Down at the moment. What we are all looking for in Commercial Property is “UpSide" "Upside" is a term for any extra profit boost you can find in your next Commercial Property. Any little .. (Commercial Property)

Outer Ring Road - Building Investment Inroads in Bangalore

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 George Gonigal (April 23, 2008)  Owing to the development of Outer Ring Road (ORR) Bangalore has witnessed a rise of around 35-40 per cent in the plot values along ORR. Areas such as Sarjapur Road, Kanakpura Road and Bannerghatta Road are the new hubs of real estate development. Demand for prime residential and commercial properties has increased in the last two quarter and to cater the same real estate developers are .. (Commercial Property)

How To Rent Mobile Home Lots In A Down Economy

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 Dave Reynolds (April 21, 2008)  You can't be a mobile home park owner and not realize that the good old days are over in filling up vacant mobile home park lots. Those of us who owned parks in the late 1990s became spoiled with how easy it was to fill up a mobile home park. Back then, all you had to do was to meet with a few dealers, drop off some flyers, and you would start bringing in a home a week. Enough of the .. (Commercial Property)

How To Diffuse A Difficult To Handle Tenant

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 Dave Reynolds (April 21, 2008)  There is no shortage of difficult to handle tenants inside of a mobile home park. In fact, the challenge is to find nice, rational ones. Until that changes, it is important to know how to diffuse the difficult tenant to minimize stress and disruption to your business. Over time, using the following strategies, you can often “wear out" these tenants and, although they seldom become . (Commercial Property)

Gurgaon Rental Property Market - The Landlord Zone

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 George Gonigal (April 14, 2008)  There might be a slowdown in capital transactions in Gurgaon for the past couple of years, but the rental market for residential properties in the city is rising without any hiccups. According to property brokers, house owners at the prime residential areas like South City, Sushant Lok and DLF, are having gala time. If a property is located at a place near market place, health centre, .. (Commercial Property)

Opportunities Galore in Faridabad Property Markets

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 George Gonigal (April 10, 2008)  Known for its industrial base, Faridabad is among a hot property destination in the national capital region, as well. With a number of real estate developers launching group housing projects in the Nahar Paar area, it has also emerged as a residential hub. A major reason why those looking to invest in property in Faridabad should consider these new sectors is that prices here are among .. (Commercial Property)

West Delhi Real Estate Switches to Top Gear

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 George Gonigal (April 09, 2008)  The rental market for residential properties in West Delhi is observed as quite active in the past few years. “Three years ago, landlords were finding it difficult to find a tenant but now its difficult to find a vacant house for a tenant, " says a property broker based in Vikaspuri, Delhi. Today the rentals in the residential colonies have gone up by over 50 per cent in Dwarka .. (Commercial Property)

Indian Developers Woo Dubai Property Buyers

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 George Gonigal (April 08, 2008)  With its vast NRI population, Dubai has become a favorite market for Indian real estate developers. Since, a large number of Indians based in Dubai buy property in India for their family and for investment, a number of property developers have identified them as potential buyer segment, says Sunny Dua, a property dealer who boasts of a wide clientele from Dubai. Current Trends Industry . (Commercial Property)

Mumbai Real Estate - The Demand-Supply Game

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 George Gonigal (April 07, 2008)  The low availability of affordable housing in Mumbai is resulting in rise in property prices and this is why properties that were available in the range between Rs 25 and 60 lakh are now touching Rs 70-Rs 1 crore, industry experts say. As per various media reports the residential property prices in Mumbai could drop by 20 per cent but due to scarcity of housing units the property .. (Commercial Property)

Master Blaster for Gurgaon Real Estate Markets

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 George Gonigal (April 06, 2008)  While the present plan caters to the population of Gurgaon i. e. 22 lakh, the New Gurgaon-Manesar Urban Complex Plan 2021 is designed keeping in mind the population of 37 lakh and includes Manesar, as well. For buyers, the new masterplan means an opportunity to buy property in Gurgaon at affordable prices. Earlier, end-users didn't have options, so they had to purchase property at .. (Commercial Property)

Great Going for Greater Noida Ahead

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 George Gonigal (April 03, 2008)  Greater Noida's distance from New Delhi, which was once a big setback for the area's growth and infrastructure, has become a boon for it. Earlier, individuals and investors shied away from picking up property in Greater Noida, but that sentiment has changed now. Greater Noida's real estate is one on the most promising and growing segments. The city's distance from Delhi is its biggest .. (Commercial Property)

Ghaziabad Real Estate - A Hot Bed

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 George Gonigal (April 03, 2008)  The NCR (National Capital Region) town of Ghaziabad is undergoing the preliminary phase of rapid economic growth and real estate development. A number of companies in manufacturing and services sector are making huge investments in the city, thereby making it the hotbed for growth and development. According to real estate consultants, Ghaziabad has a sea of opportunities in store, both . (Commercial Property)

Rental Values Soar in Bangalore

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 George Gonigal (April 02, 2008)  Bangalore real estate market is witnessing a noticeable hike in the rentals of commercial and retail properties these days. With the Central Business District region on the verge of saturation and the increasing demand for quality space has resulted in an increase in real estate rental as well as capital values. Bangalore is experiencing an unparalleled growth in commercial sector and .. (Commercial Property)

Goa SEZ Issue - Developers Lock Horn with Authorities

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 George Gonigal (April 02, 2008)  The SEZ controversy in Goa doesn't seem to end. With real estate developer Raheja Group challenging the Goa government's verdict to scrap the approved SEZ before the Bombay High Court, the entire episode has taken a new twist. According to a senior official from Raheja Group, “We have clarified that our SEZ was non-polluting and has no reason per se for the government to stop it. . (Commercial Property)

Flipping Houses For Profit

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 Kamyar Shah (April 02, 2008)  Flipping houses has been a booming business for many years. There have been television shows and self help books and infomercials all claiming to have the secret to helping people get rich quick in this manner. All someone had to do was buy a house for cheap, put a few dollars into rehabbing it, and then turn around and sell it for a huge profit. Everyone wanted a piece of the action. .. (Commercial Property)

SEZs To Fulfill Office Space Demand In Hyderabad

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 George Gonigal (April 01, 2008)  With the combination of high quality IT infrastructure, excellent employable human resources, business friendly policies and a proactive government, Hyderabad is among the most preferred real estate destinations of India. It has 40 IT SEZs and hopes to reach US$7 billion mark with a prospective growth of 50 per cent during the current financial year. An estimated 60-70 million sq. ft .. (Commercial Property)

Residential Values Continue To Rise In Delhi

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 George Gonigal (April 01, 2008)  Delhi's real estate market is one of the most active markets in India. The city is the political, social, cultural hub of India and thus attracts job seekers, professionals, entrepreneurs from all over the country. This continuous influx of migrant population depends on the city's infrastructure and drives Delhi's property values too. The prime residential areas of Delhi like Jor Bagh, . (Commercial Property)

Commercial Real Estate Soars in Chennai

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 George Gonigal (April 01, 2008)  Chennai real estate market is witnessing an unparalleled growth in the commercial sector. The property value graph is showing a constant increase in commercial property values but it is estimated to cross the threshold very soon. Chennai's economic set-up and its infrastructure favour both industrial as well as the service sector. Traditional segments like the shipping sector prefer .. (Commercial Property)

Pune Developers Cash in on Trendy Homes

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 George Gonigal (April 01, 2008)  India's premier IT-city, Pune, is bracing up its infrastructure to keep up with the pace of the rapid development happening in the city. Civic authorities along with private developers are building various parts of the city. Some of the prominent real estate developers operating in Pune are Gera Developers, GK Developers, Mutha Group, Sanjay Developers, Pride Purple group, AV Bhat .. (Commercial Property)

Demand For Residential Realty Soars in Chennai

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 George Gonigal (March 31, 2008)  The upswing in the service sector of Chennai is impacting the quality if life, infrastructural facilities and real estate market of the city. The growing IT/ITES sector is good news for Chennai's property market. The property prices (for commercial spaces) in Chennai are very reasonable as compared to Bangalore. Also, the city offers good infrastructural facilities and healthy business . (Commercial Property)

Hyderabad's Real Estate to Gain From City's New Airport

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 George Gonigal (March 27, 2008)  Hyderabad has been in limelight ever since the launch of its new airport on March 23. The new Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Shamshabad has brought glory to the city on many scores. With the coming of this airport, the city is already being tagged as a ‘developed city’. This accolade will help the city in many ways than one. The city's infrastructure and real-estate .. (Commercial Property)

Commercial and Retail Sector Boom in Bangalore

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 George Gonigal (March 25, 2008)  Bangalore real estate market has always been a trendsetter and the results of the current NHB Residex prove that further, wherein the city has registered highest growth in property values in recent past. Bangalore is witnessing an all time high demand in commercial and retail real estate. Growth in IT related companies in the city and the demand for space is increasing in ratio with .. (Commercial Property)

Delhi Residents Cheer About Third Floor Ruling

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 George Gonigal (March 25, 2008)  The Supreme Court has allowed an extra third floor in Delhi's residential apartments. Are citizens heaving a sigh of relief and how will it impact the Delhi's residential real estate market? Delhi's property market is estimated to have about 5 lakh residential plot owners and the Supreme Court's move is expected to impact at least 50 lakh Delhiites. According to MCD sources, plotted .. (Commercial Property)

Builders Banking on Pune for Land Banks

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 George Gonigal (March 24, 2008)  Pune, the erstwhile infotech hub, is more in news for its real-estate transactions than it's IT and ITES growth. Pune's property segment has witnesses unprecedented growth because of the booming IT and ITES segment. This caused a surge in the demand of the office, residential and commercial space, one after the other. This has caused the city to expand beyond limits. This increase in .. (Commercial Property)

Goa Property Market Lures Investors

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 George Gonigal (March 23, 2008)  Goa's pristine beaches not only attract tourists, but are a haven for home seekers as well. Real estate brokers estimate that residential property in Goa commands high rentals along with good resale value. A well located, sea-facing apartment in Goa can get the owner as much as Rs 1 lakh/ month. A construction boom has swept all over Goa. Many villas and apartments (on freehold basis) .. (Commercial Property)

Real Estate - Investment Prospects In Jaipur

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 George Gonigal (March 16, 2008)  Jaipur is sincerely viewed as an alternative to Gurgaon and it is anticipated as one of the ten mega cities of future, in India. Considering that corporate and institutional focus is the actual indicator of future growth, Jaipur real estate is surely on a spin. Commercial developments With several big IT projects coming up in the city, Jaipur has surfaced up as a major IT destination. .. (Commercial Property)

Shopping Malls Swing Property Prices in Chandigarh

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 George Gonigal (March 13, 2008)  Chandigarh's strategic location makes it a real estate hot-spot of north-India. It is the nucleus of all business activities for neighboring areas. Traditionally, Sectors 14, 17, 18 and 22 are popular for their high-street retailing. While Sector 18 and 22 are popular for hardware goods, apparels, shoes etc. Sector 17 hosts top retailer brands and thus draws a very elite crowd. .. (Commercial Property)

Is Gurgaon Truly a Millennium City?

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 George Gonigal (March 13, 2008)  Stricken by the acute shortage of power, and dismal state of social infrastructure Gurgaon hardly possess the quality of being a Millennium City. This so-called ‘Singapore of India’ suffers power cuts of 10-16 hours day on day and believe it, it's a routine at least for the past three years. The city may be a haven for real estate developers who built a multi-billion dollar . (Commercial Property)




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