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adProperty News For June 2011

     
 
Construction materials costs climb steeply
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2011-06-04 City : Bangalore

Construction Materials Costs Climb Steeply

Prices of construction materials like cement, bricks and steel have shot up

Prices of many of the construction materials have increased manifold during the last one year, causing concern to builders and home buyers.

V. Unnikrishnan, Chairman of Builders' Association of India, Coimbatore centre, and V. Sivarajan, its Joint Secretary, told Property Plus that prices of most of the materials have spiralled....

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Sound solutions
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2011-06-04 City : Chennai

Sound SolutionsĀ 

Living on a flight path, or a sleepy highway morphing into a busy IT corridor; seeing your residential locality get ensnared in heavy traffic, because vehicle users have started driving through these once-quiet roads to avoid the rush on the main road; living next to a worship area, where people insist on proclaiming their devotion by blaring music on loudspeakersā€¦ these are issues that cause an ear load of problems.

While lack of planned development can be blamed for many of these issues, there are the other kinds of noise irritants, such as the constant rumbling of generators, air conditioners, construction machinery and the like....

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The other side…
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2011-06-04 City : Chennai

The other sideā€¦

As all lending institutions believe CIBIL reports to be sacrosanct, they heavily depend on CIRs and Credit Scores of CIBIL. If adverse remarks are found or the credit score is less, they straightaway reject your loan application.

Even if loan-sanctioning authorities inform you about the adverse remarks, you will have no time to rectify the mistakes and stand to lose heavily....

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Residential segment hopeful as prices ‘stabilise'
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2011-06-04 City : Hyderabad

Residential segment hopeful as prices ā€˜stabilise'

Having started on a hopeful note, mid-way the year is yet to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the real estate as far as the residential segment is concerned. Though some sort of positive vibes have been emanating from the buyers, the situation has not yet developed the way the construction industry wishes it to.

The number of enquiries had gone up considerably compared to last year and offices of developers are registering more footfalls but conversion rate to actual transactions have not been that heartening for them....

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The wonder material called concrete
Source : The Hindu Published On : 2011-06-04 City : Kozhi

The Wonder Material Called Concrete

Concrete is a wonder material that has transformed the way we construct buildings. It has given us the flexibility to construct structures of different shapes, forms, sizes, and volume with ease. Basically, concrete is a material composed of Portland cement mixed with strengthening material such as aggregate (gravel, granite, limestone, and sand), fly ash, slag cement, water, and additives, if any. There are many types of concrete mixes depending on the proportion of the aggregate, production procedure, usage and so on. The most popular way of making concrete is using Portland cement and mixing mineral aggregates and water with it.

Concrete solidifies quickly as the cement components hydrate and glues all the added aggregate together. The concrete thus formed has a high compressive strength and is generally used for making pavements, gates, fences, walls, slabs, beams, columns, and so on. External additives and stabilisers are added to the concrete to give it some desired characteristics. In earlier times, concrete was often referred to as liquid stone....

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