Housing Market In India Witnessing Huge Momentum

The report also revealed that Tier II and maryland property management llc III cities as well as the rural areas have also witnessed construction of new houses driving the growth in the total number of housing units. Research Analysis & Highlights The report, Indian Housing Sector Forecast to 2015 by RNCOS, provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the housing market in India. It provides forecasts of housing market potential along with the focus on the demand and market potential for affordable, MIG & HIG and luxury housing segments till 2015. Additionally, it provides city level analysis for major cities with a focus on supply of housing units.
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Unstable Housing Market Blamed for Drop in Casual Dining

Volatile mortgage rates and less consumer spending has led to what Matthew Di Frisco, director and senior restaurant analyst at Lizard Capital Markets says is a discretionary sector. Among the restaurants Darden owns is Olive Garden, Red Lobster and Longhorn Steakhouse. For more than a decade, Olive Garden has been the leader in casual dining, accounting for half of Dardens sales. And although it led other restaurants in the casual-dining sector during the recession, it continues to struggle through the countrys long economic recovery.
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