What did Indian Real Estate gain from Budget 2019?
The Budget 2019-20 has just come out and those who seem to be benefitting the most are real estate developers and potential home buyers. The interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal has introduced a number of reforms that may result in a commendable shift in the industry. These reforms include exempting tax limit for home buyers […]Read More
Budget Impact on Real Estate
The much-anticipated Budget plan of 2017 was announced by our Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on February 1st, 2017. The Budget has promised a lot of economic reforms for the common man and also looks to control the inflation. The real estate sector had a lot of expectations from the Budget and the Finance Minister has […]Read More
Will Demonetization Have an Impact on Real Estate?
Indians are on a bit of a stir at the moment! The announcement of demonetization on the 8th of November was not well received by the masses of many cash-friendly citizens. While this sudden change is a rather unpleasant thing, there is a bright side to it, one that only sees a whole host of […]Read More
Union Budget 2016: Pros & Cons for the Real Estate Sector
The real estate sector had high expectations from the Union Budget 2016-17 and it has turned out to be a mixed bag. The government is committed to three key initiatives – Housing for all, hundred Smart Cities and Affordable housing, which will provide a boost to the real estate sector. However, some key policy and […]Read More
6 reasons why you should buy a house in 2016
With the Budget session close on our heels, now is the time when investments are a hot topic around us – be it tax saving investments or reorganization of finances or a new plan for the upcoming financial year. If you were in two minds about buying a new house, this is the best year […]Read More
How Has The Union Budget 2015 Impacted The Real Estate Industry?
This year’s budget announced by the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, aimed at high growth by seeking an increase in investment and benefits for ordinary people. The various provisions suggested in the budget gives the common man an accumulative savings up to Rs. 4.44 lakhs, given a certain extent of investments into personal and health insurance. […]Read More
Expectations Of Real Estate Sector From Union Budget 2015
With the Union Budget 2015 round the corner, there is a lot of hope for positive reforms among people in their respective sectors and real estate is no different. The developer’s community has like always surfaced with its pre-budget expectations and are hoping that things will be as expected on the D-day. Here’s a look […]Read More