Vatika Smart Homes

The Emerging Demand for Smart Homes in India

Home automation is no longer the stuff of science fiction; it has become real with the concept of Smart Home. It is equipped with latest features and technologies: a smart home is being touted as the biggest innovation in the real estate sector today. It is more comfortable, highly secured and part of a lifestyle, therefore, they are more in demand.As per Colliers International India, the concept is still evolving in India, although at its core, is the ability to manage a system of networked devices, also known as the internet of things (IOT) and servicing powering homes remotely through apps on the smart-phones and computers.

Residents Of BDI Ananda Are Cleaning Their Society On The Ocassion Of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

BDI Group Organizes Swachta Abhiyan

Bhiwadi: Commemorating the fourth anniversary of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's National Mission of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, BDI group organized a cleanliness drive at BDI Ananda & Ambbaram. More than 400 residents volunteered themselves and participated enthusiastically in the campaign.
Artistic Impression Of Independent Customizable Homes At Alpha Internation CityKarnal

AlphaCorp Introduces customizable homes in Karnal

AlphaCorp recently announced the launch of customizable independent floors in Alpha International City located in sector 28 and 28, Karnal. The concept gives buyers the advantage of either choose any independent floor of their choice along with an advantage of customizable design options. Buyers will have the luxury to get their homes designed as per their taste and comfort.

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India rises one notch to 35th on JLL global realty transparency index


India was ranked 36th in the index during the last bi-annual survey conducted in 2016 and 40th in 2014. 

New Delhi: India has improved its ranking by one notch to 35th in the global real estate transparency index, driven by policy reforms and liberalisation of FDI rules in property as well as retail sectors, realty consultant JLL said.

India was ranked 36th in the index during the last bi-annual survey conducted in 2016 and 40th in 2014. The country's real estate market is currently placed in the 'semi-transparent' zone.The ranking is expected to improve further in the next survey in 2020, on the back of several government initiatives such as Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act (RERA), GST and Benami Transactions Act, JLL India's CEO and Country Head Ramesh Nair said. According to the survey, UK is at the top position followed by Australia and the US. France, Canada, Netherlands, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland and Sweden are in top 10 in the list of 100 countries.