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  • 22nd Jan 19

    All You Need To Know About West Bengal Housing Board Schemes

    To provide quality affordable housing to the people in the state, the West Bengal Housing Board, under state urban development department, comes up with housing schemes from time to time. The housing board provides units under four category- economically weaker sections, lower income groups, middle income groups and higher income groups. At present, there is no ongoing housing schemes on offer.
  • 14th Jan 19

    Parsvnath Arm Headed Towards Insolvency

    With the National Company Law Tribunal initiating insolvency proceedings against Parsvnath Landmark Developers, another real estate biggie of the national capital region has joined the league of builders, who are clearly on the end of their tether due to wrongdoings, majorly caused by siphoning off homebuyers’ money. The NCLT has admitted a petition by three homebuyers of PLD’s La Tropicana project in Delhi’s Khyber Pass who signed purchase agreements with the developers in 2009.
  • 3rd Jan 19

    All You Need To Know About KMDA Latest Housing Scheme

    In order to cater to the housing needs of the citizens, Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority comes up with housing scheme in different parts of the city. In 2018, flats and shops were put on sale by KMDA in Kalyani and Madhyanha.
  • 1st Jan 19

    Mhada Cuts MLAs Quota, Benefit Goes To Sportsperson And Orphans

    Mhada has decided to cut reservation quota for legislative members in lottery by half. At present, there is two per cent reservation of the homes for sitting and former MPs, MLAs, and MLCs which will be reduced to one per cent from now on.
  • 17th Dec 18

    Home Sales Seen Rising 25% In 2018: PropTiger

    Home sales are estimated to have increased 25 per cent during 2018 over the previous year, data available with PropTiger.com show. This rise in home sales numbers might mark the start of a new era in India’s real estate after key reforms, including the real estate law and the goods and services tax, were introduced to clean-up the sector beginning 2016. Cautious developers, however, showed restraint in coming up with new projects ─ only 1.9 lakh new units were launched in 2018. Consequently, new launches during the year are estimated to decline by 22 per cent.
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