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Prominent Gypsum Retailer in Maharashtra.
Construction & Real Estate: Overview
The construction and real estate sector is one of the most globally recognised sectors. The global construction market is growing at a rate of 9.8%. It consists of four sub sectors - housing, retail, hospitality, and commercial.
The construction-industry is one of the leading industries in India for attracting foreign direct investments (FDI).
The Government has proposed various initiatives that will improve this sector including the Smart City Project to build 100 smart cities; under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana 1.12 crore houses have been sanctioned in urban areas; creation of an Affordable Housing Fund (AHF) in the National Housing Bank (NHB).
The GlobalLinker Advantage for the Construction & Real Estate Sector
A growing base of construction and real estate businesses are part of the GlobalLinker platform. This includes business owners in the following categories — Brokers & Realtors, Construction & Real Estate Services, Construction Equipment Leasing, Construction Materials, Supplies & Fittings, Infrastructure Development, Land & Property Developers, Professional Services, Property Management Services, Real Estate.
GlobalLinker offers construction and real estate businesses rich opportunities to showcase their business; network with other business owners; find customers, partners and suppliers; digitise their services; benefit from a host of knowledge resources and events; and avail of special offers for their business growth.
Resources for the Construction & Real Estate Sector
Here are some useful articles and information for those in the Construction & Real Estate sector in India.
RERA registration of a project | Decoding AtmaNirbhar package for Indian developers & home buyers | How is the real estate sector impacted by Covid-19 | 10 reasons why Pre-engineered Building (PEB) structure are a big deal | Dubai, the hidden gem for real estate | RERA - Beginning of a new era in Indian real estate | Centres of attraction