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1.Real-estate developers receive aid from smaller NBFCs/HFCs

These companies have lent about Rs 40 billion in the six months after the NBFC crisis


2.Real-estate developers receive aid from smaller NBFCs/HFCs

Smaller non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), which include housing finance companies (HFCs), have stepped up funding to the real-estate sector at a time when bigger players are reluctant.


3.Looking back at 72 Years of Independence

A bittersweet dawn for India’s housing sector


4.Doosan Bobcat India hosts Grand Financiers Meet at its Chennai plant

Doosan Bobcat India (DBIN), the Indian subsidiary of the global leader in compact equipment business, organised a financier meet at Chennai


5.Blackstone acquires Aadhar; infuses Rs..8,000 million primary equity capital

The private equity funds managed by Blackstone have acquired a 97.7 per cent stake in Aadhar Housing Finance, including the entire stake held by the existing controlling shareholders, Wadhawan Global Capital (WGC) and Dewan Housing Finance


6.Stuck housing projects get a new lease of life

More than 90 per cent consolidation in Indian real estate at project-level; only a few (such as Indiabulls) consider exiting realty business altogether. After DeMo wiped out fly-by-night and many small developers, liquidity crisis led Big Boys to take up stuck or delayed projects. Preferred consolidation models include JVs, alliance, development management contract, land monetisation.


7.Real Estate Budget Reactions

A mixed bag of reactions by real estate sector on full Union Budget 2019-20


8.Budget Reactions - Construction

Has Budget 2019 met the construction sector expectations? Industry experts share their views.


9.Prem Rajani, Managing Partner, Rajani Associates, shares his views on the Budget

The Budget 2019 has touched upon almost every sector, while not disrupting the overall economic environment.


10.RBI’s new stressed assets resolution framework now well-balanced

The framework puts the onus on banks to devise a suitable resolution plan