CIDCO receives 60,000 applications for 1100 houses, approx 42,000 applicants make payment

By Accommodation Times Bureau NAVI MUMBAI: CIDCO’s launch of 1,100 houses under the Affordable Housing Scheme in January 2019 has received a thunderous response as it has received around 60,000 applications of which 42,000 (approx) applicants have made the payments. CIDCO on Wednesday informed that the last date for applying for the

Building materials industry to grow by 10% in 2019 backed by massive infra developments

By Ashwin Reddy, Managing Director, Aparna Enterprises Ltd The building material industry is the second largest employer in the country after agriculture, providing a significant contribution to the nation’s economy and employing a large number of people. Currently, it is valued at approximately $126 billion and is accounting for around 8% of India’s

Forecast of Indian real estate industry in 2019

- By Madhusudhan G., Chairman and MD, Sumadhura Group Post the revival of the Indian real estate sector through a series of initiatives by the government, the confidence of the homebuyers has increased with a clear understanding of the market. The developers, on the other hand, have also witnessed a smooth regulatory business

Kerala Floods: NHB to provide concessional refinance for construction, repair houses

By Rohit Sharma THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar on August 29 in its tweet said, for construction and repair of houses affected by Kerala floods, Rs 200 crore allocated from refinance scheme of National Housing Bank (NHB) under the Affordable Housing Fund to facilitate Housing Loan at a concessional interest rate to houses Kumar

Haryana invites application for licence to build affordable houses

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH Haryana Urban Local Bodies Department has invited applications for grant of license for construction of dwelling unit under the Affordable Housing Policy under Housing for All-2018, within a period of 30 days. While giving this information here today, an official of the Department said that the applicant should