By Accommodation Times News Service “The Real Estate bill is the need of the hour and is in favour of both, customers as well as developers. Provisions like entry of private players into the affordable housing segment and subsidizing of housing loans is a ray of fresh hope for many developers
By Accommodation Times News Service We welcome the passage of this bill. This will make the real estate industry more organized and mature. It will bring transparency to the sector and the passage of this bill will mean that the reputed long term players will be greatly benefited along with customers.
By Accommodation Times News Services Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu said he is hopeful that long pending Bills Real Estate Regulatory Bill and Gross Service Tax Bill (GST) will be passed in the Parliament’s upcoming Budget Session commencing from 23rd February. Naidu said passing the Real Estate Regulation and Development Bill
Accommodation Times News Services By Anil Pharande, Chairman, Pharande Spaces The Real Estate Regulatory Bill has been waiting for a long time to be passed as a law. Though several new recommendations by various bodies were incorporated into the draft Bill and approved by the cabinet, it has still not been passed
By Accommodation Times News Services Government has proposed a heavy legislative agenda for consideration and passing by both the Houses of Parliament as the third week of current Winter session of Parliament begins on Monday, the 7th of December, 2015. GST Bill and the Real Estate Bill are on the list of Government
By Accommodation Times News Services The Real Estate (Development and Regulation) Bill, 2013, which is said to bring transparency in the sector and reduce the malpractice going on in the sector through regulatory mechanism, is expected to be passed in the forthcoming Winter session of Parliament. All the amendments in the Bill
By Accommodation Times News Services The real estate regulatory bill for establishing a regulatory authority for the sector was deferred by the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday with opposition members insisting that it be sent to the select committee. The bill seeks to regulate transactions between buyers and promoters of residential real estate