Praveen Jain, president, National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) & CMD Tulip , shares the major developments in the real estate sector in 2016 and their ongoing and future impact on the market.
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#Budget2017: India Is Paying Taxes But Where Are TheIndians are looking forward to favourable movements in the tax slabs. This could usher in a happier investment climate especially within the real estate sector although analysts believe that only a marginal change is likely.
#Budget2017: “State Govts Must Slash Stamp Duty By ALower stamp duty would push the demand in the highly suppressed sector which has been reeling under immense pressure in the aftermath of demonetisation. PropGuide explores how a reduction in stamp duty will also give a leg-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of Housing for All by 2022.
#Budget2017: To Push Affordable Housing, Govt Must TIn its push to proving Housing for All by 2022, the government must, developers feel, keep affordable housing under five per cent tax slab under the new GST regime. The sector is expecting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to announce this measure when he presents the Union Budget on February 1.
RERA Is Not Just Good For Buyers, It's Great For DevConsumer-friendly Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, is a buyers’ delight. But the penalty of a jail term of up to one year for a home buyer was added to give an equal footing to both the parties — because rights and duties go hand-in-hand.
last update - 19-01-2017