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"India is seeing Rapid Urbanisation and Migration from Rural Areas where Real Estate will play a major Role."

Forbes India

"Tanuj Shori, CEO of Square Yards was recently featured in an article in the prestigious journal - Forbes India as a token of the celebration of his unparalleled sense of entrepreneurship amidst the unchartered market of India Real Estate."

Times of India

“RERA is going to create a Tsunami in Indian Real Estate. Impacts of RERA in the Indian Real Estate Sector and how the mid-market segment is likely to lead to industry growth.”

The Economic Times

"The no angel tax heat from Income Tax authorities & the share value premium issue resolution will foster an environment of positivity & growth for India's startup ecosystem."

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Reformatory Changes to Boost Indian Real Estate | ...

28 September, 2019

The introduction of policy reforms, accompanied by GST and RERA, have helped shape the Indian Property Market. As Tanuj Shori, Founder and CEO, Square Yards, said "this regulation-led clean-up was ind...

Real estate bets big on festive season, but will i...

23 October, 2019

Traditionally, the festive season or Q4 of any calendar year in India has been the highest revenue generator in almost every industry. Real estate is no exception! This period has always been an activ...

Square Yards is a technology-enabled, global real estate aggregator and India’s largest player for primary residential real estate. It’s subsidiary Square Capital is one of the largest marketplace for secured mortgages in India. Square Yards platform offers an integrated consumer experience & covers the full real-estate journey from search, discovery to research, transactions, home loans and post-sales service – fully integrating buyers to an extensive network of 500+ partner real estate developers, and 90+ banks & NBFCs. Square Yards is led by accomplished professionals, ex-bankers, and Ivy school alumni and is backed by the competence of more than 2500 employees in 30 cities and ten countries.