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Most of us once settled in our career aim to retire early and have a life of our own. Reality bites at regular intervals only to make us realize that this ambition is now a shifting goal post.
Businesses are bound to take a hit in Kerala as flood waters recede. Companies that have a large presence in the state are likely to show impact in their Q2FY19 results.
The arbitrage concept works on the mispricing of assets across different markets due to the underlying inefficiencies in market pricing. In the derivatives segment, the market provides opportunities to derive returns from the implied cost-of-carry between the underlying cash market and the derivatives market.
Over the past two years, we have seen the decisive return of consumer power on the market, with the arrival of the Real Estate Regulatory Act (RERA) providing the final edge.
In an industry where buzzwords thrive on the periphery of the field of action before they transform into action, it’s imperative that we take a closer look at any emergent phenomenon before placing big bets on it. One such proposition is the Microservices architecture.
After RERA, this was potentially the most direct and straightforward intervention move that the Government has taken on behalf of the struggling real estate sector.
Political unrest, weather and geological disasters and global supply issues are the common factors that affect cost of goods sold. A change in the price of raw materials is a surefire way of affecting gross profit.
As of now, developers across the country are grappling with a massive unsold inventory of more than 7 lakh units being unsold in the top 7 cities alone. How does a real estate developer make his mark in today’s dynamic property market where everyone is struggling to sell?
One must remember that historic return is not a guarantee to future success. So, while diversifying investments, margin of safety should be given as much importance as returns.
While the tax-on-tax has been eliminated with the advent of GST, the overall outgo from homebuyers’ pockets seems to have increased by as much as 8% across cities.