Saturday, July 28, 2007

இந்த மாதிரி நேரங்களில் நிலத்தில் முதலீடு செய்வது நல்லதா?

ஏற்றம் இறக்கம் இரண்டுமே வாழ்க்கையில சகஜம் அது மாதிரிதான் சில நேரங்கள் மற்றவர்களுக்கு கடினமாக தெரிவது சிலருக்கு அது வாய்ப்பாக தெரியும் . அதுபோலத்தான் இது போன்ற தருணங்கள். நில முதலீடு சிறந்ததா எனும் கேள்வி எழும் பட்சத்தில் இந்த கட்டுரையை கொஞ்சம் படிங்க!


தமிழிலேயே செய்திகள் !

இன்று முதல் தமிழிலேயே நான் செய்திகளை தருகிறேன். நான் இப்போது உபுண்டு லினக்ஸ் பயண்படுத்துவதால் நேரடியாக தமிழிலேயே எழுத முடிகிறது. உபுண்டு லினக்ஸ் வேண்டுவோர் மிக எளிமையாக பயன்படுத்தலாம். wubi எனும் நிரலியை கூகிளில் தேடி அதனை கொண்டு மிக எளிதாக தற்போது நீங்கள் பயன்படுத்தும் விண்டோசிலேயே மற்றுமொறு நிரல் போல் பயன்படுத்தலாம். உபுண்டு லினக்ஸ் மிக எளிமையாக , எளிதாக இருக்கு. பழைய கணணி வைத்திருப்போர் கண்டிப்பாக உபுண்டுவை மட்டுமே நிறுவி பயன்படுத்தலாம். எந்த மாதிரி உதவி வேண்டுமானாலும் நீங்கள் தேட வேண்டியது கூகிள் மட்டுமே!

தேமதுரத் தமிழோசை உலகமெலாம் பரவும் வகை செய்தல் வேண்டும்!

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Property shops in the pipeline

KOLKATA, July 21: If things turn out to be as rosy as claimed by the Real Estate Bank India (REBI), locating and buying property, residential or commercial, will become as easy as sipping coffee at the neighbourhood cafeteria.
REBI, a private enterprise, is set to open at least 120 property shops in the eastern region, forty-five of which will be in Kolkata and Howrah. It will have more than 3,000 such shops across India. Buyers will only have to go to these shops and express interest in buying a property, in an area of their choice.
“The rest, right from identifying the property to legal services as well as financing the deal and providing insurance, will be taken care of by our executives. To top it, buyers will not be charged anything for the services as those will be paid by the sellers,” Mr Lakshmi Narayanan, company CEO, said. The shops will be between 350-1,500 sqft.
The company has tied up with 12 banks (housing finance companies) to provide financial services and legal associates who will take care of the legal aspects of the deal, including registration.
It will start its own financing services within a year. The first two shops, one in Bhowanipore and another in Salt Lake, will start operations by Diwali. To make it easier for buyers, REBI will start a toll-free helpline and three websites to help them locate property, know the present status and details such as prices and viability at the click of a mouse. “Our mapping portal will be the first of its kind in the country,” the CEO claimed. The company is working on the franchisee model and is in the process of appointing a master franchisee. “This will take another two days, after which we will identify the franchisees for which we have received applications from about 120 parties, all local brokers,” Mr Narayanan said. REBI has tie-ups with at least 30 major builders. “But we will also sell small, local projects,” he added.
People can buy property anywhere in the country as well as six other countries, including the USA and the UK. West Asia will also be covered. REBI will soon launch its operations in these areas.
The company will offer options such as buying property for investment, without occupying them physically. “The way property prices are rising, investment in real estate will soon become a lucrative option,” Mr Narayanan said.
The company will also certify properties for which it will take all sorts of responsibilities, including legal hurdles and quality of property. “This, however, will be done only for properties sold through us,” he said.
REBI will invest about Rs 5 crore in the eastern region but after taking into account the investment by franchisees, it will go up to Rs 200 crore within a year. It expects to generate Rs 100 crore from the business by March, next year, of which more than 7-8 per cent from the eastern region. REBI will also enter the capital market through an initial public offering by 2009.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

$4 bn set to enter real estate

July 17, 2007 09:59 IST

Over $4 billion belonging to various global realty funds is ready to enter the Indian real estate sector on the back of $1 billion which has already come in, according to Bobby Parikh, managing partner, BMR & Associates.

Interest in India is mainly due to the sector transforming from a highly-fragmented business, dominated by regional private entrepreneurs and archaic laws, to a transparent and accessible global business, he told a workshop on taxation and regulation for real estate.

Parikh felt the "recent changes in rules on foreign investment through preference shares and the debenture route and, more importantly, the changes in ECB guidelines now preventing the use of foreign debt in the real estate sector, have had a significant impact on the flow of foreign funds into the real estate sector."