Sunday, October 11, 2009

K. K. Raman - DLF - YouTube links

1)      Views on the status of infrastructure sector

2)      Real-estate is a politically-connected industry

3)      DLF setting a benchmark in real-estate

4)      Use of ERP in real-estate brings standardisation

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

6)      Upcoming projects, and the challenges in Chennai market

7)      Impact of economic crisis on real-estate investments

8)      Media coverage of real-estate developments

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

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

11)  Government has to look at real-estate as an industry

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

13)  On the extent of regulation of real-estate industry

14)  Specifications of affordable housing complexes

15)  Do customers ask for life-style facilities in housing complexes

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

17)  Average age of home-buyer has been steadily declining

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

19)  Cost reduction is always a priority area

20)  Savings through volume purchases

21)  Greater mechanisation in work sites

22)  Urban renewal is happening in pockets

23)  Difficulties in urban renewal of residential complexes

24)  Energy saving potential in residential units

25)  Payback of green buildings through carbon credits

26)  Technology absorption in real-estate industry

27)  Rules inhibit the building of skyscrapers

28)  Advantages of living in gated communities

29)  Indian GDP was held together by rural demand

30)  Temple renovation initiatives in my village

31)  Urbanisation in the West and in India

32)  Have the living conditions of construction labour improved

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