Realty in focus: Sunteck posts strong operational update, JP Morgan bullish on Indian real estate

JP Morgan believes that the India residential cycle is turning up with buyer sentiment turning positive on the back of all-time-low mortgage rates and the impact of COVID-19, which seems to be forcing households to look at financial safety and better home quality. As per them, Q3 presales have likely been strong across space. They expect 2H21 sales to compensate for losses in the first five months and expect stronger growth in FY22. They add within the sector, consolidation towards listed developers is likely to continue given better balance sheets…

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Getting Communities Involved In Education – XQ Update From iNACOL

Recently, while attending the iNACOL Symposium in Nashville, Tennessee, there were several debates about educational innovation, including the role of technology, competency-based approaches and using data to help capture needs or improvements in our education methodologies. On one issue, everyone seemed to agree – our schools need your support. It is always easier to think to that someone else is taking care of the problem. In his book, Influence, by Robert Cialdini, he points to a scary scenario where someone is in distress in a crowded or public space. Everyone…

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UPDATE: Central Florida school closures ahead of Hurricane Matthew

Eyewitness News has been in constant contact with school districts throughout Central Florida on how school officials are preparing for Hurricane Matthew. Here are the latest school closings in each county: VOLUSIA COUNTY: Statement from Volusia County Schools: “All Volusia County schools will be closed Thursday and Friday, October 6 and 7, due to the Hurricane Matthew. Follow Volusia County Schools on Facebook and Twitter for the latest school-related updates.  We will continue normal operations today, Wednesday, October 5, including athletic events and extended day.” Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University will be closing…

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