Affordable Housing, a priority for real estate

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With an aim to achieve housing for all by 2020 and thus planning new flats in Delhi/NCR till 2022, finance minister on Janaury 1 stated that the affordable housing schemes will be given infrastructural status which will be a great deal for builders like Ashiana, Housing, Puravankara. This move will dip the costs for the builders and developers and attract most and more investors.

It would also mean a great hike in demand for loans which would be a step in forward direction for housing finance companies like Gruh Finance, as well as Repco Home Finance.

“Infrastructure status to the affordable housing segment specially to Noida real estate will mean lower loan costs for the sector and thus aims at the margin issues that private players in this segment face,” said Nidhi Seksaria, Advisory Partner & Leader – Real Estate, BDO India LLP.

“The combined with interest subventions, this could be a big step in making apartments for sale in Noida more affordable,” he said.

Ashiana Housing was already trading 15 percent higher to Rs 163. On the other hand, Puravankara was up by 3 percent. The housing finance companies, Gruh Finance was already up by 1.4 percent while Repco Home Finance was up nearly 2 percent.

To achieve the targets set by the government in the affordable housing sector, the builder tend to increase their number of apartments with a certain decrease in amenities which consequence into lower costs. The competion have increase in the past quarter and thousand of new Flat For Sale in Noida are being constructed and ready for you to live in.

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