Rajnish Kumar, Chairman, State Bank of India (SBI), is a proud leader as the bank has approved a plan to raise Rs 20,000 crore for financing affordable housing and infrastructure projects through long-term bonds.
Big Bang Home Carnival, a much awaited month-long online housing carnival co-hosted by Magicbricks and State Bank of India (SBI) is back with a bang. In its 2nd season, the housing carnival will display nearly 16,000 units across 22 Indian cities. 62 developers will showcase 97 projects, while SBI will offer a host of loan deals.
State Bank of India recently launched SBI Realty, a dedicated portal designed to assist home buyers in selecting apartments from a list of its 3,000 approved projects across 13 states and Union Territories.
With over $1.5 billion worth of transactions in less than one year, GIFT city is a raging bull in the making. But the project has had its challenges. Launched in 2009, it took two years for the land allocation of 886 acre. Gradually, a few infrastructure and construction projects started taking shape.