Daily Real Estate News Digest (14th March 2019)

Nashik civic body's property tax collection crosses Rs 100 crore mark.

As per the latest data provided by the civic body, its property collection currently stands at Rs 104 crore, which is over 30% higher than the collection in the corresponding period of the last fiscal.

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Noida: Director of realty firm arrested for duping home buyer.

A director of a real estate firm has been arrested from Noida for selling single properties to multiple people at a time.

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Satellite mapping in Mulund delayed, Bombay high court concerned.

The Bombay high court on Monday expressed concern over delay in starting a pilot project to monitor illegal construction in Mumbai through satellite imagery and mapping. 

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Ashiana Housing adjudged as top developers in north India.

Ashiana Housing Ltd. (AHL), a 40-year-old Indian real estate company has been adjudged as one of the top realty brands in North India, and specifically managed to top the list in care andamp; consumer connect category. 

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IndoSpaces buys Orrislogistics park near Gurgaon.

Industrial realty and warehousing developer IndoSpace has bought a 70-acre logistics park from Orris Infrastructure on the outskirts of Gurgaon. 

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APG, Piramal look to raise second fund to invest in infra projects in India.

Dutch pension fund manager APG Asset Management and the Ajay Piramal-led Piramal Enterprises are looking to raise a second fund to invest in infrastructure projects in India
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About 1,300 tribal families in Nilgiris to get concrete houses.

These houses/huts of the tribal families, located inside forest areas, have been identified by the Nilgiris district administration. A proposal was sent to the government recommending new constructions for them.

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