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Real estate in BD: Safety first

Safety and security drive house-hunters’ decisions about where to live, with these factors trumping other concerns such as location and affordability, according to a new report on Bangladesh’s property market. The findings are contained in research from global property website Lamudi, which today released its first annual report on real estate in the emerging markets. The report, Real Estate in the Emerging Markets, provides a comprehensive overview of the property sector in 16 emerging countries, including Bangladesh. LamudiThe report is base...

REHAB keen to build govt-proposed 22,000 flats  

Real Estate & Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB) has said it wants to build 22,000 apartments in the city’s Uttara and Kamrangirchar areas opposing the government plan to award the job to Malaysia. A REHAB delegation, led by its president Mokarram Hossain Khan, on Sunday met Housing and Public Works Minister Engineer Mosharraf Hossain at his ministry office and placed the demand. The REHAB president requested the minister to award the construction works to members of the association saying, “Now there’re some 22,000 flats of its members that remain unsold. So, such foreign investment will deepen the crisis in the country’s housing sector.”

Real Estate on momentum, high time for investment

Experts in real estate sectors find the ongoing situation peak time for investing in the sector, observing it as the safe and permanent mode of investment.

The speakers come up with the views at a seminar on ‘Secure and Prospective Investment: Real Estate Industry of Bangladesh’ at a hotel in the city today. Real Estate & Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB) organized the seminar, says a press release. REHABMr. Mukarram Hussain Khan, P...

Dhaka – a growing high-end market

Dhaka is ranked as one of the least liveable cities in the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit. Similarly, foreign visitors are sometimes left aghast at how, in Malthusian terms, the capital of Bangladesh manages to survive. Yet this host city for the upcoming T20 Cricket World Cup has, some would say, not only survived but prospered in recent years. “If you brought a property in Dhanmondi [one of the most affluent residential areas in Dhaka] for 6.45m taka [$83,000] in 2005, that would have increased five or six times by now,” says Kazi Inam Ahmed, owner of GemconCity, a new estate agency. dhaka Boat

REHAB Fair stall distributed

The stall distribution programme of REHAB Fair 2014 was held on Wednesday at Simanto Convention Center in the capital. Stall has been distributed through open lottery among the 155 participants companies. ‘REHAB Fair 2014’ will be held at Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC) from March 20 to March 24, 2014. REHAB Fair Stall DistributionA total 155 companies including 141 real estate and developer companies and 14 building materials companies will participate in REHAB Fair 2014. Among them...

REHAB donates beds to HDU of DMCH Burn Unit

As part of CSR activities Real Estate and Housing Association of Bangladesh (REHAB) has donated patient beds to High Dependency Unit of National Institute of Burn and Plastic Surgery, Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH). REHAB handover these beds on a simple ceremony on Sunday. This three function imported bed will help to give more easy treatment to burnt patient.  REHABState Minister, Ministry of Power, Energy and Mineral Resources Nasrul Hamid, MP was the chief guest at the programme. REHAB authority ...