Comments on: The paradox of India’s real estate business Straight from the Specialists Sun, 06 Mar 2016 13:25:08 +0000 hourly 1 By: AnchalS Sat, 16 Nov 2013 17:41:12 +0000 Please post more about residential properties in nasik I like your post.

By: StevenMitchell1 Wed, 21 Aug 2013 19:50:57 +0000 Is Anuj Puri employed by the real estate firm, Jones Lang LaSalle?

By: HankChinaski Fri, 09 Aug 2013 21:57:05 +0000 @Freakonomics

I’ve gone through a couple of articles written by the Mr. Shenoy that you mention. Besides collating information from different sources, there’s nothing much he seems to be doing, except advertising about his blog on the internet using a pseudonym that is the name of a rather elemental and definitely avoidable book on economics, which seems to have left a profound impression on his mind. It’s not hard to understand why. his blog largely regurgitates what is obvious and presents his watered-down version of economics.

By: jaypeegreens Thu, 08 Aug 2013 08:54:19 +0000 Tower numbering plan.

By: Freakonomics Thu, 01 Aug 2013 19:48:10 +0000 Dear Anuj,

I don’t understand why you wrote this article in the first place. It does not have any data points besides the 57 permits you mentioned in passing.

Are we expected to read the ramblings and scribbling of journalists without any data points now?

If you ask me, the Paradox should be the failure of real estate prices to go down despite the really bad shape our economy is right now.

If you want to know the articles that do look good, maybe you should read Deepak Shenoy’s at Capital Mind. At least they offer some insights, numbers and charts, not the gobbledygook that has been printed in this article