It is unlikely that even by 2015, India will see more than 2,500 hypermarkets and 6,000 supermarkets.
Future imperfect The real estate prices are not sustainable at these levels in the long term.
The home as a consumer product Why are stock markets suddenly waking up to the real estate sector? It's more about housing than commercial real estate.
Hometown options For buyers looking at evaluating options, they should see what they can afford and then work out their options.
Rise of the tier II Residential development in metros is likely to continue an upward growth albeit at varying growth rates.
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