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1.Demand for housing to rise due to additional tax sops in the Budget

Housing sales fell 11 per cent in April-June 2019-20 across nine major cities to nearly 72,000 units


2.Affordable housing, liquidity and infrastructure remain key focus of the government

Union Budget 2019 has been presented on expected lines.


3.Fuelling the economic engine

As a country, the first stage to providing a growth-led economy has been set as the verdict has been unanimous, allowing the current PM to continue the process of rebuilding India with the requisite authority in Parliament.


4.Stakeholders show confidence in residential sector: Knight Frank

The current sentiment score has inched five points upwards from the preceding quarter


5.Government of India to address GST issue on real estate sector

Manish Kumar Sinha, Joint Secretary (TRU-II), Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance and Secretary-GoM (Group of Ministers), Real Estate under GST regime, Government of India has suggested that the construction


6. The state of opportunities

The year gone by showed resilience and helped bring back some of the mojo that had faced the onslaught of the demonetisation and GST interventions. Large projects were cleared and several initiatives like RERA and PMAY helped new projects accelerate. 


7.Indian real estate is on its recovery path says

The residential real estate market has made a strong comeback in 2018, especially in metros and Tier-I cities. Even corporate leasing has seen a fair share of rise as compared to the previous years.


8.Budget blues – Infrastructure status for real estate could have saved the day

The Finance Minister’s fifth Union Budget on February 1, 2018, was probably one of the most closely-followed events for the Indian business community.


9.Railways’ transformation initiatives boost construction sector

The domestic construction sector is expected to get a major boost from the Indian Railways’ (IR) capex plans, estimated at over Rs 650 billion per year, over the next three to five years.


10.Owing to the use of inferior quality TMT rebars in construction, is India's Rs 5.7 trillion infrastructure investment at risk?

The infrastructure sector is greatly responsible for propelling India's overall development. With intense focus, the government has initiated policies to ensure time-bound creation of world-class infrastructure in the country - in this year's Union Budget, Rs 5.7 trillion has been allocated for infrastructure.