Wednesday, August 26, 2009

K. K. Raman - DLF - Videos


Views on the status of infrastructure sector

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Real-estate is a politically-connected industry

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DLF setting a benchmark in real-estate

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Use of ERP in real-estate brings standardisation

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From accommodation to specifications to life-style -- evolution of customer preferences when buying apartments

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Upcoming projects, and the challenges in Chennai market

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Impact of economic crisis on real-estate investments

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Media coverage of real-estate developments

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For the first time in about 80 years, real-estate demand collapsed in all countries

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Affordable housing can be created only in the suburbs, not within the city

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Government has to look at real-estate as an industry

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If enough purchasing power is put in people's hands, no incentives may be required for real-estate investment

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On the extent of regulation of real-estate industry

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Specifications of affordable housing complexes
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Do customers ask for life-style facilities in housing complexes


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Are we witnessing an increasing synchronisation of Government's infrastructure policies and real-estate industry

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Average age of home-buyer has been steadily declining

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Some of the quick decisions that DLF took when crisis hit the economy

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Cost reduction is always a priority area

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Savings through volume purchases

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Greater mechanisation in work sites

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Urban renewal is happening in pockets

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Difficulties in urban renewal of residential complexes

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Energy saving potential in residential units

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Payback of green buildings through carbon credits

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Technology absorption in real-estate industry

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Rules inhibit the building of skyscrapers

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Advantages of living in gated communities

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Indian GDP was held together by rural demand

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Temple renovation initiatives in my village

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Urbanisation in the West and in India

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Have the living conditions of construction labour improved

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