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As this year comes to a close, the real es­tate sec­tor will learn from its mis­takes and ex­plore newer av­enues for the bet­ter­ment of the eco­nomic and so­cial well­be­ing of the coun­try. As we all know, for hu­man de­vel­op­ment con­struc­tion is a nec­es­sary evil, the least we can do is to main­tain the fine equi­lib­rium be­tween the built and the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment. Sadly, in our pur­suit of uti­liza­tion of nat­u­ral re­sources we are for­get­ting the in­dige­nous wisdom of ‘sus­tain­able’ uti­liza­tion of nat­u­ral re­sources. Rajendra Singh, Magsaysay Award win­ner for re­viv­ing 11 of the dead In­dian rivers rightly states that ap­ply­ing tech­nol­ogy with­out the local wisdom can be dis­as­trous for hu­mankind. This year’s last is­sue of Realty+ re­flects back at the year gone by for not only the en­tire realty in­dus­try but also contemplates its own jour­ney through 2018. This com­ing year, as we wish the real es­tate sec­tor new goals, new achieve­ments and a lot of new in­spi­ra­tions, Realty+ too as­pires to learn, grow and in­no­vate - to add more value to our read­ers and the real es­tate sec­tor. Wish­ing a Happy New Be­gin­ning!

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