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By Vibha Singh | September 5, 2017 Are tenants entitled to parking space in a CHS? Owing to a dearth of parking spaces, many housing complexes in metropolitan cities, often restrict tenants from parking their vehicles in the premises. We look at what the law says and how the availability of parking affects the rental market In metro cities, many people who invested in properties looking for rental income, did not think that parking spaceRead More

Green Ganesha organized by Nahar Group

Posted on September 1, 2017
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19 Aug 2017 | Workshop on eco-friendly Ganesha idol making in Mumbai People in Mumbai participated in a workshop aimed to promote eco-friendly idols of lord Ganesha ahead of the festival of ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’. Ganesh Chaturthi is a 10-day long festival which marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha. Elaborately painted and decorated idols are worshipped before mass processions take them to nearby rivers, lakes and the sea where they are immersed in accordance with Hindu faith.Read More
August 24, 2017, Mumbai: In an attempt to curb pollution, residents of Nahar Amrith Shakti geared up to learn the art of hand-making eco-friendly Ganesha organized by Nahar Group. The initiative stems from Moksha – everything eventually dissolves in nature. Moreover, artificial ponds will be set up by Nahar Group in the township itself to immerse the eco-friendly Ganesha idols. Special arrangements have been made for the visarjan of this eco-friendly Ganesha’s. A temporary pond isRead More
By  Ateeq Shaikh | Thu, 17 Aug 2017 Residential market got $1,075 mn, commercial $796 mn, retail $119 mn India’s real estate market has seen an investment of $1,990 million (approximately Rs 12,766 crore) in the first half of this year, and the residential segment has cornered 54% of it. The inflows have been robust thanks to greater transparency ushered in by various reforms. Terming the investments as a massive boost to the sector, AnujRead More
 By Ravi SinhaAugust 7, 2017 The ideal scenario for a home buyer, is one where urban development and environment protection go hand in hand. We look at whether this is possible in Indian cities Environmental concerns have often stalled large infrastructure projects in India. While the government maintains that it is committed to encouraging sustainable developments, policy decisions often reveal the gap between the stated intent and ground realities. Examples that have raised environmental concerns:Read More
By Puja Pednekar | Updated: Aug 09, 2017 An in-house survey by a city school revealed that poor seating and sleeping habits, and lack of physical fitness were responsible for growing number of children with a poor posture Two years after the Maharashtra education department brought in a policy to make schoolbags lighter, city schools are finally waking up to the hazards of poor posture among children. School officials said incorrect posture and constant bending overRead More

Balinese Magic

Posted on August 17, 2017
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By Manju Yagnik Manju Yagnik, vice chairperson of Nahar Group, designs villaments comprising of international designs. Styled with the Balinese theme, the villaments offer modern amenities, depicting luxury to the core. 1. Sophisticated elements of west and exotic east have been used to set off the Balinese style. 2. Oriental motifs like serene Buddhist carvings found throughout the space go hand-in- hand with the décor and theme of the house. 3. Hardwood flooring used inRead More

Demand for small home on the rise

Posted on August 17, 2017
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By Vibha Singh | Aug 12 2017 : Mirror (Mumbai) City developers are targeting young buyers who are increasingly investing in one-BHK and studio apartments Every young couple has a dream of owning a house in Mumbai as a secu rity factor or as an asset. However, since many cannot afford purchasing a 2BHK or 3BHK in this expensive city, the most viable option for them is to buy a 1BHK or studio apartment. Builders haveRead More
By: Sanjeev Sinha | August 16, 2017 Barring a few unfortunate incidents in real estate, the dice seems to be loaded in favour of homebuyers currently. However, is it the right time to invest in real estate? Barring a few unfortunate incidents of some housing projects getting delayed or some builders going bust, the dice seems to be loaded in favour of homebuyers currently. For instance, over the past one year, significant rationalization of propertyRead More
Afternoon D&C 29th May 2017
By RAVI SINHA | AUGUST 3, 2017   When it comes to the marketing of a real estate project, how effective are endorsements from actual end-users residing in the project? We examine While word-of-mouth publicity is something that developers across the country have adopted, to improve sales and their brand image, their marketing and sales campaigns remain heavily dependent on celebrity endorsements. This raises a fundamental question: If satisfied buyers are the best vehicles for word-of-mouthRead More