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Real Estate prices – Quarterly report by Lamudi

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Currently the real estate sector is in a very precarious position given the difficult period it went through last year. The pace of slow and steady growth was hampered by the political unrest which happened in the month of January, slowing down the whole economic engine of the nation. However, in an emerging and dynamic nation like Bangladesh, all it takes is one good month for the sentiment to change drastically. Recently held successful REHAB (Real Estate & Housing Association of Bangladesh) Fair 2015 is a sign of a turnaround in the real estate market. Lamudi...
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House hunting in Ramadan by Lamudi

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The month of Ramadan is one of the slowest months of the calendar year, especially for the real estate market. Not only do prices drop but the rate of purchase, sales and rent take a significant dip. Prices for apartments, houses, commercial properties go down slightly whether for rent or for sale. Similarly, activities related to sale and purchase of land also become dry. During this quiet month where one can find enticing prices however, investors and buyers don’t jump on the wagon just yet, people tend to wait for the post Eid-ul-fitr days. Lamudi...

Real Estate: A look back at the last quarter

Lamudi Bangladesh Quarterly Report Q1 2015
Currently the real estate sector is in a very precarious position given the difficult period it went through the year before. But the pace of slow and steady growth was hampered by the political unrest which happened in the month of January slowing down the whole economic speed of the nation. But in an emerging and dynamic nation like Bangladesh with good domestic fundamentals, all it takes is one good Lamudi Bangladesh Quarterly Report Q1 2015month for the economic climate to c...

Dhaka most affordable commercial property in Asia

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Bangladesh’s capital city is the most affordable location to invest in commercial property in Asia, according to new data released today by global real estate portal Lamudi. Prices to buy an office in the Gulshan-2 area of Dhaka average 2636.36 Bangladeshi taka (US$33.79) per square meter, Lamudi’s ranking of emerging Asia’s top five Colombo, Sri Lanka - Shutterstockcommercial property hotspots shows. These prices sit in stark contrast to areas such as Hong Kong, which has the world’s most expensive...

5 cities having impact on real estate sector in BD

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The real estate industry is booming day by day in Bangladesh, currently there are only two cities which are in spotlight. of this sector and expanding every day. There are some other cities which have strong potential influence on the real estate sector in near future. Cox’s Bazar: 5-top-citiesCox’s Bazar is the city with the longest beach in the world and on the rise to becoming a tourist hotspot. Whether you are looking for an undeveloped land or constructed property, prices are still fairly moderate. Investors are constantly bui...

Real estate sector – key to energy push

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THE REAL ESTATE sector “has the potential” to lead the charge towards increased renewable energy development in Barbados, says a former Government energy advisor. David Staples, who is a director of Williams Industries Inc., said while it was not “the panacea some thinking it to be”, the time “has arrived for renewable energy, despite some manageable bumps ahead in the road, especially for Barbados, which lies in the Dhakabest part of the world’s sunbelt”. Writing in the new edition of real estate company Terra Caribbean’s annual publication Th...