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J&K govt signs 39 MoUs with real estate developers, MoHUA, NAREDCO

Infra projects of Rs 1 lakh cr are at different stages of implementation Infrastructure projects, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA), National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO), Jammu Convention Centre, Real estate sector, Real Estate Regulatory..


Property registrations in Mumbai cross one lakh mark in a single year

Mumbai property market surpasses 1 lakh house registrations in a year


Affordable housing in Gujarat vital to match requirements: NAREDCO

Gujarat will need 40 lakh houses in the next 5 years, 70% of affordable houses


Property registrations in Mumbai slump in August

As many as 6,635 deals were registered in Mumbai's property market in August


MahaRERA invokes clause to extend registration validity of projects

MahaRERA invoked the force majeure clause to increase the completion date of projects


NAREDCO demands one-time loan restructuring for stuck realty projects

NAREDCO urged the govt to direct RBI to implement a one-time restructuring of project loans


Govt lays focus on promoting green buildings across India

The development of green buildings must be promoted all over the country, says government


NAREDCO seeks govt intervention to check rising prices of raw materials

Several sectors face difficulties due to increasing prices of raw materials like metal and cement


Govt to look into housing industry’s demand to support realty sector

The housing industry has urged the govt to boost the realty sector, hit by the second wave of Covid-19


Rising steel, cement prices to impact real estate

Rise in raw material prices due to Covid-19 will stymie the recovery of the real estate sector


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