Tag: estate

Should You Invest In Rental Real Estate?

Are you considering investing directly in rental real estate? With many people increasingly concerned about both stock and bond market valuations, you’re not alone. First, let’s take a look at some of the benefits of becoming a landlord: Income: With stocks and bonds both yielding about 2%, one of the main…

Indiabulls Real Estate Q1 profit up 29% at Rs152.57 crore

Mumbai: Real estate developer Indiabulls Real Estate Ltd (IBREL) on Monday said consolidated net profit in the June quarter rose 29% from a year ago to Rs152.57 crore on the back of higher revenue. In a filing to the BSE, the company said it has recorded an…

Real Estate Agents Stay Up to Speed with Keeping Current Matters

Keeping Current Matters (KCM) is an eight-year-old company, based in New York, that provides educational content for real estate agents, to keep them informed on current housing trends. In return for a monthly fee of $19.95, KCM researches the market and compiles relevant information into concise…

SkySlope Lets Real Estate Brokers Manage Business Online

Real estate has always been one of America’s most lively industries. Every year, some two million licensed agents and 86,000 brokerage firms work day and night to move billions of dollars worth of commercial and residential properties. Bearing that in mind, it’s not difficult to imagine why so many…

How I Made It John Burns, real estate guru

John Burns is chief executive of John Burns Real Estate Consulting, an Irvine company that provides research and business advice to home builders across the country. The firm has hundreds of clients nationwide. Burns describes his job as running around and talking to a lot of…

‘GST rate on real estate not to impact property prices’

‘Incidence would match or be lower than the existing taxes’ The Goods and Services Tax rate of 12% on the real estate sector will not have a measurable impact on prices, according to the National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO). However, the Council pointed out that…