Q:Hi, if you want more information about Nitesh properties, I suggest you get in touch with their sales team. Or visit the property instead, youll get a better picture about rate, resell value and completion dates.
Latest Answer: As a reply Omakar Realtors'spoke person told that the NGT order has no impact on any ongoing project in Mumbai. All future projects within 10 km of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park will require a no-objection of NBWL, which is yet another permission that will lead to delayed launches, increasing costs and thus decreasing supply in the short run.
Latest Answer: Right Gaurav,
Transparency is the biggest benefit of this Bill. Approvals, passing of plans, carpet area, built-up area all these information will be available to consumer. Nothing would be hidden, that is the principle aspect of the Bill.
Latest Answer: Yes, earlier, TDR was available like any other commodity. It could be used anywhere in any part of Mumbai. The price was neutral. Demand and supply were the guiding factors. But today, it is very clearly differentiated based on RR rates.
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Latest Answer: I heard that Aditya Birla Real Estate Fund has dea. out Rs.1100 crore fund in its entire corpus across 13 transactions. The investment has been made in the form of equity through non-convertible debentures (NCDs).
Latest Answer: Hi all,
Experts surprised that while the bill has far-reaching positive consequences for the sector, it has not touched upon pricing unlike regulatory bills of other important sectors such as telecom, ports and electricity.
Latest Answer: Hello dear, Greater Hyderabad metropolis has been chosen and is to be developed as a smart city. It is also shortlisted to be among the first 20 cities in the initial and first phase to kick start the works. So Hyderabad city would get Rs.500 crores from the centre over an interval of 5 years for the progress of the city. Hyderabad, as a smart city, would be capable of drawing investments from the global markets and could be capable of competing with the opposite cities.