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1.Budget Outcome for Realty not met Expectations: CW

Real estate sector was high on expectations, but not much announced in the Budget


2.Budget 2020 to focus on economic growth by boosting real estate

The upcoming Budget has more pressing and urgent issues that cry out for attention – and remedial action


3.Will the Budget 2019 meet the real estate and constructions sector expectations?

With a target to make India the world’s third largest economy by 2030, the government has its mission set.


4.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.


5.No impact on property prices post GST, says Surendra Hiranandani, CMD, House of Hiranandani

The government’s GST initiative over the past year has helped streamline the tax administration by bringing more transparency in our taxation system. As expected with any game-changer of this magnitude, the initial few months were fairly disruptive not only for the industry, but for the consumers as well as government authorities.


6.Historic drop in quoted residence prices, first in a decade

Knight Frank India has launched the eighth edition of its flagship half yearly report – India Real Estate. It presents a comprehensive analysis of the residential and office market performance of MMR for the period July-December 2017 (H2 2017).


7.Budget Expectation: Kishor Pate, CMD - Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd

The Union Budget 2015-16 should remove the multiple taxes that are associated with home purchase. As of now, home purchasers are required to pay service tax and value-added tax (VAT) on top of stamp duty and registration charges.


8.Budget Expectation: Kishor Pate, CMD - Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd

The Union Budget 2015-16 should remove the multiple taxes that are associated with home purchase. As of now, home purchasers are required to pay service tax and value-added tax (VAT) on top of stamp duty and registration charges.


9.Realty slump hits Punjab's revenue earnings

Slowdown in real estate sector continues to affect the Punjab government’s exchequer, with revenue generation from stamp duty and registration fee show no sign of picking up anytime soon. Finance Department data show a decline of 10 per cent in receipt collection in the first nine months (April-December 2012) of the current financial year compared to corresponding period of the previous year.


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