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You can purchase property at cheaper rates in Noid...

 In a positive development in the real estate sector, the rates of property are likely to decrease in Noida from coming August. In Gautam Buddh Nagar, the district administration has proposed to cut down the circle rate by 21.5%. This is applicable for the commercial plots, and is likely to give a boost to real estate investment in the city. Besides, the district administration has also pr...

After demonetization, real estate is being dominat...

The branded real estate developers have been proactive in the industry after the government launched a series of reforms, since 2016. After demonetization, RERA and the implementation of GST in real estate, the transparency of operation in the industry have increased manifold. As expected, the genuine and loyal real estate developers are dominating the industry, as they have been able to sustai...

Pune Housing Demand Showing Strong Growth Propelle...

The Pune Real Estate industry continues to thrive in Q1 FY 20 on the back of notable growth in transaction volumes. The frequency of property transactions have grown by 40% on a Q/Q basis reaching slightly less than 16,000 units. The prevailing positivity in the Pune market is also rooted in its inherent resilience. An interesting aspect that should be noted is that even when the over...

Indian Real Estate Q1 FY20 - Investment Opportunit...

In sync with the continuously evolving economic climate, the real estate market in India is undergoing a consistent upturn. To highlight the factors that are playing a dominant role in the prevalent optimism across the country, 360 Realtors, India’s largest institutional channel partner, has come out with its Quarterly Report for Q1 FY 20. This exhaustive research consists of in-depth ana...

Homebuyers may have to pay 12% GST on property

With the elections over, the CBIC (Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs) is proceeding with its plan to impose a GST of 12% on homes. This is an attempt to balance the amount, due to the real estate developers. According to the orders, property owners who have received the completion certificate by 31st March, 2019, need to pay a GST of 12% on their purchases. In April, a second FAQ was ...

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