Latest Answer: Hey Guys,
According to me, this a firm initiatives taken by south delhi municipal corporation to demolish the illegal unauthorized buildings. On the other hand, the drive was confined to just 2 zones and there is no indication of any action in west as well as Najafgarh area. it is believed that, this initiative will roll out a few changes in south Delhi real estate market .
Latest Answer: That is the main reason, non-banking financial players have been at the leader of the rush in Land Against Property market, riding on their strengths of innovation, ability to offer products based on customised cash-flow assessment, and faster reversal times.
Latest Answer: Now, they are being very cautious in deployment because the real estate market is in a continuous change. Developers typically raise capital to either refinance existing obligations or for growth. Currently, most of the deals in the market are for refinancing because of slower sales pace.
Latest Answer: Hi Javed & Sadhana,
Yes, the company's strategy is to take up projects in the city and Pune that have been stuck for several reasons. Chhabria plans to launch or re-launch these projects under the Radius brand, market and sell them and enter into a profit-sharing agreement with the existing developer through a joint venture.
Q:I have recent received possession letter with final payment notice. Final payment settlement does not include the "Penalty Fee on Supertech" as the possession of my apartment delayed 2 years. I tried to call customer care several times. I wrote back to them 5 times already. Still No Response.This is the height of ignorance. Next time if they come to Hong Kong with the property show, I am going to give them some serious feedback for their poor management and extremely poor customer service.
Q:Last week, the government announced 3 flagship project - Smart Cities, Housing for All by 2022 and the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation that aim to change the face of urban India.
Latest Answer: Hi Dhiraj & Suresh,
But we should not over look the urgent need to provide all citizens with access to basic necessities such as sanitation, water, power and means to earning a livelihood. Reforms in taxation and land acquisition remain central to the success of these schemes.