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Government should provide more tax incentives to homebuyers: Gaurav Jain, Jindal Realty
India Infoline

Government should provide more tax incentives to homebuyers: G...

The Budget should give more clarity on the actual definition of beneficiaries who can avail Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. The Government of India in the past one year has announced a number of reformative measures to boost the real estate market ... India Infoline, 3 days ago
MSN News US

How can the upcoming Union Budget revive realty sector?

Ashvita Singh Accommodation Times News Service To gauge realty sector in present scenario, it can be said that the stakes are high and so are the expectations. With the entire industry and its ancillary segment reeling under the aftermath of ...
 Accommodation Times1 day ago More tax incentives on home loans?  MSN News US4 days ago Budget: More tax incentives on home loans?  MSN News US4 days ago NAREDCO's Budget wishlist for realty sector  Economic Times1 week ago
Pocket News Alert.com

Signature realty launches Rs.500-cr project

The renowned real estate player of national repute, Signature Global, which is engaged in the development of affordable homes, will invest Rs. 500-cr to develop two housing projects in Gurgaon. The company is launching this and other projects, as it ...
 Nbmcw.com4 days ago Signature Global to invest Rs 500 cr to build affordable homes  Business Standard1 week ago Signature Global unveils Gurugram's first affordable show flat  Pocket News Alert.com1 week ago #Signature Global to invest Rs 500 crore to build affordable homes  Indian Cement Review4 days ago
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Moneycontrol.com

Demonetisation fallout: Realty sector hit hard by not ban, awaits 'white money' buyers

New Delhi : Property market, long considered a black money safe haven, seems to have taken a big hit from demonetisation, with developers seeing their sales drop by about 50 percent in the last three months and now pinning their hopes on buyers ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Realty hit hard by demonetisation, awaits 'white money' buyers  Smart Investor1 week ago Realty check: Will demonetisation fulfil roti, kapda aur makaan dreams of genuine buyers?  India Today2 months ago Demonetisation Delivers Massive Blow To Real Estate Market, Developers Say Sales Down By Half  Huffington Post India6 days ago
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Hindustan Times

Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana: affordable homes could finally be within your reach

Real estate is expensive in Delhi NCR, but people aiming to buy an affordable home for Rs 20 lakh may finally do so and that too for a 2BHK house, thanks to changes likely in the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). On December 31, prime minister ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Firstpost.com

Predictions for the Union Budget 2017 by Varun Manian, Managing Director, Radiance Realty

/PRNewswire/ -- Every year when the budget is read out, people from various professional sectors watch it in anticipation. Real estate builders, buyers, and investors also eagerly wait for this to unfold. The Union Budget 2017, like every year's ...
 PR Newswire India1 day ago Budget 2017: Realty needs tremendous stimulus to offer housing for all  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago Sector-wise key expectations from Budget 2017  Smart Investor2 days ago

Rate cut lifts hopes of realtors

File picture of a stall at the Areida Property Expo 2016 in Guwahati Guwahati, Jan. 3: Realtors in the Northeast today said the steep cut in home loan lending rates by banks would not only offset the adverse impact of demonetisation on the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago Realty stocks rise on lending rate cut, sops  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Realty stocks spurt after banks announce steep cut in MCLRs  KJMC Group2 weeks ago
Times of India

NGT notice to environment ministry over realty projects

NEW DELHI: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Monday issued notices to the ministry of environment and forests (MoEF) and the ministry of urban development (MoUD) on an application challenging a recent notification that exempts real estate ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Livemint.com

Realty shares surge on hopes of better demand

With lenders cutting rates on the back of credit sops announced by the government for the housing sector, the market has become optimistic Mumbai: Shares of realty firms jumped on Monday, with BSE Realty Index gaining for the fifth consecutive ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Sector hails rate cut and affordable housing incentives  Pocket News Alert.com2 weeks ago Real Estate sector hails rate cut and affordable housing incentives  India Infoline2 weeks ago Housing sector awaits 6 percent interest rates  Nbmcw.com1 month ago
Rediff.com

New affordable housing benefits not for urban poor

Effects of the new schemes launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana would be felt more in tier II and tier III cities, as not many budget or affordable housing projects are in the works in metropolitan cities. The poor in urban India might stay untouched by the initiatives announced by the prime minister on the last day of 2016. Effects of the new schemes launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana would be felt more in tier II and tier III cities, experts said. Not many budget or ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Urban poor kept out of new affordable housing benefits  Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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