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Last updated: June 16 2007
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  • New real estate tools for US investors

    It has now become easier for the real estate investors to analyze thier investment portfolios! US State Street has unveiled a suite of online analytics and risk assessment tools, in partnership with Resolve Technology.

    As the real estate industry involves tedious manual reconciliation, an automated evaluation environment is definitely a welcome change. This helps investors to self analyse their individual real estate assets and facilitate in portfolio management.

    Such a process could be a boon for the real estate investors in India as well. If anyone has more information on this, please share here.
    Last edited June 7 2007, 11:06 AM.
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    Re : New real estate tools for US investors

    Not that we know

    Hello Rajita:

    We have done a lot of research in this area and as of now there appears to be no such development like this in Indian market. The reasons are two fold:

    1. The primary technology (GIS that is used) is still not implemented fully in Indian due to want to data and several other issues.

    2. Real Estate information (past transaction details, ownership change, age of structure etc) are not available digitally, like in the west!

    Hopefully things will change in future!!!
    Last edited June 7 2007, 11:24 AM. Reason: incomplete post
    Manoj Misra

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      Re : New real estate tools for US investors

      Originally posted by Manoj Misra View Post
      Hello Rajita:

      We have done a lot of research in this area and as of now there appears to be no such development like this in Indian market. The reasons are two fold:

      1. The primary technology (GIS that is used) is still not implemented fully in Indian due to want to data and several other issues.

      2. Real Estate information (past transaction details, ownership change, age of structure etc) are not available digitally, like in the west!

      Hopefully things will change in future!!!
      I agree with Manoj. Expertise on GIS technology are available in India, In fact some IT units in Pune doing similar job for their US clients. This cannot be used in India due various reasons at this stage, however this could be the only solution to safe guard the interest of the landowners. Secondly, there are agencies in US who undertake the entire responsibility of tracking the property through GIS and theses are insured too from all possibilities such encroachment, title etc. This techniques and the understanding the importance of such agencies are difficult launch in India due to unawareness and traditional system followed so far

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