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Noida may hike stamp duty on sale, transfer of property in 'premium' areas
Posted on Jul 26, 2016
NEW DELHI: The Uttar Pradesh government's proposal to increase circle rates in Noida is in complete contrast to what has been recently witnessed in Gurgaon, Haryana and is also being currently evaluated by Delhi, says rating agency ICRA.

The proposal, which was open for public opinion until July 25, 2016, involves increasing the circle rates ranging from 15% to 25%.

"This, along with the proposed increase in the stamp duty in Noida from 5% to 7%, will further lead to a rise in the acquisition cost of real estate at a time when the industry demand is already muted," says the agency.

The circle rate is the minimum rate at which a transfer/registration of a property takes place and the government earns revenue by levying stamp duty on the registration value.

In ICRA's view, the suggested increase in both the minimum circle rates and the stamp duty is being viewed with caution in the backdrop of a slowdown in demand for real estate. Such a move will increase the cost of acquisition for the buyers. For the residential properties, the hike proposed is up to 15% while circle rates for institutional properties have been proposed to be increased by up to 25%.

Shubham Jain, vice president, ICRA said the proposal to increase the circle rates as well as the stamp duty in Noida will be a credit negative for the Noida developers.

"Market participants are already facing liquidity constraints with slowing sales velocity and consequent increase in pressure on their cash flows. Such a move that increases the cost of acquisition may result in a further delay in the purchasing decision of the buyer. In addition, neighbouring cities like Gurgaon may benefit where the respective state government had reduced the circle rates recently," he said.

ICRA pointed out that in many micro markets, the market rates are lower than the circle rates. Market participants fear that in such a situation any further increase in circle rates may not be beneficial for the real estate sector.

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Properties in Rs 2,500-5,000/sq ft range good investment: JLL
Posted on Jul 26, 2016
NEW DELHI: People looking to buy homes should invest in properties in the range of Rs 2,500-5,000 per sq ft as this price tag provides protection against any capital value erosion and guarantees appreciation, according to realty consultant JLL India.In its report 'Creating Wealth With Residential Real Estate Investment', JLL has listed out various ...
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Private equity funds signal optimism for the real estate sector
Posted on Jul 26, 2016
Does the spate of private equity (PE) investments in the real estate sector over the past few quarters signal better times after the prolonged downturn?Data collated by Venture Intelligence shows that 15 out of the 16 PE deals worth nearly $569 million struck with realty firms were focused on residential projects in the metros. Although the value i ...
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No takers for Noida's commercial plots
Posted on Jul 26, 2016
Delhi/NCRNoida Authority's auction of commercial land for large category plots in Noida on July 22, did not draw a single tender for the twelve plots on auction. This is the third time that commercial plots in Noida have not drawn a single bidder. In August and November last year, Noida's commercial plots had been put up for bidding but failed to f ...
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Residential real estate in B'luru: A good investment bet
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
The real estate market in Bengaluru is gaining ground, thanks to sustained growth in market prices and investors interests. Being the IT hub of India, Bengaluru has a multi-cultural population with good social infrastructure, excellent educational institutes and constantly upgrading physical infrastructure.A redeeming feature of this market is tha ...
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Real estate booms in West Chennai
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
A combination of factors — primarily, easy access to different modes of transport and proximity to job-generating industrial clusters — has resulted in areas in West Chennai city limits as well as pockets in the western suburbs attracting the attention of developers, including national players.Apart from areas along Mount – Poonamallee Road – the c ...
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Hyderabad realty market has huge potential: MD of Puravankara Projects
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
HYDERABAD: Puravankara Projects, one of the leading realtors and builders in India, launched Provident Kenworth in Hyderabad. The integrated lifestyle project located in Rajendranagar, saw encouraging bookings within three months of its launch. Citing the positive mood in Hyderabad as the reason for such speedy bookings, Ashish Puravankara, MD of P ...
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Rising home inventory may not lead to lower prices
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
BangaloreHome prices are unlikely to drop from the current levels despite tepid sales and rising inventory in the city. The city's residential real estate capital value remains unchanged at Rs 5,334 per sq ft in the first half of 2016 compared to the second half of 2015, according to Idirees Chenakkal, head of Research & Consulting at LJ Hooker ...
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89% of investment in first 20 smart cities related to real estate: RICS
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
NEW DELHI: Real estate is set to become the real beneficiary of the government's flagship '100 Smart City' programme, with the highest chunk, about 89%, of the total proposed capital investment of Rs 48,220 crore in the first 20 smart cities planned to be spent on built environment, transportation, water and wastewater management and energy, accord ...
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Tech continues to lead growth in Hyderabad
Posted on Jul 20, 2016
Hyderabad Commercial real estate sector benefits most, says report. Buoyed by the recent MNC investments, Hyderabad is likely to see more traction in the commercial real estate area. Hyderabad is expected to see addition of nearly 16 million square feet of new office supply over the next three years, mostly in the suburban and peripheral locations ...
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Real estate booms in periphery
Posted on Jul 15, 2016
ChandigarhPeripheral areas around Chandigarh are increasingly becoming a sanctuary for mid-end and affordable projects with factors such as the soaring property prices and land shortage in the city playing an important role in driving the demand.With the passage of time, the City Beautiful has developed into the Chandigarh Capital Region (CCR), wit ...
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PE players' investments in realty fall in value terms
Posted on Jul 15, 2016
With private equity funds getting more selective in their investment approach, coupled with the absence of large platform deals, there is a decline in their investment in the real estate sector in value terms. PE real estate firms made 16 investments amounting to $579 million (Rs 3,890 crore) during the quarter-ended June 2016.The volume of investm ...
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Lack of office space supply in B’luru leads to fall in absorption
Posted on Jul 15, 2016
BangaloreOffice space absorption dropped in Bengaluru in the second quarter ended June, mostly due to lack of ready-to-move-in quality office space in some important micro-markets. However, the overall quarter stood out, helped by the entrance of Apple and Diageo.Gross absorption dipped to 2.3 million sqft, from 2.75 mn sqft in the corresponding qu ...
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Unishire new project in Bengaluru
Posted on Jul 13, 2016
Realty firm Unishire recently launched its new project ‘La Vida in Bengaluru. The project financed by Altico Capital is proposed for Gold certification by Indian Green Building Council (IGBC). La Vida comprises 48 units having 2.5/3/4 BHK apartments, ranging from 1207 sqft. to 2177 sqft.“Horamavu as a location offers most connected living due to i ...
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Relatively affordable property prices driving demand
Posted on Jul 13, 2016
Ghaziabad emerged as the dark horse of NCR in 2015, with significant real estate activity seen across three prominent markets - Krishna Vihar, NH-24 and Raj Nagar Extension. These micro-markets saw new launches of residential apartment projects and plotted developments, and this trend is seen to continue in 2016.Raj Nagar Extension is one of Ghazia ...
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Hyderabad Office Space Leasing Up 55% In January-June: Realty Consultant
Posted on Jul 13, 2016
New Delhi: Hyderabad saw a maximum increase of 55 per cent in net office space absorption in the January-June period among eight top cities on improving business climate in the city, according to realty consultant Cushman & Wakefield.Net office space leasing in Hyderabad rose to about 2.9 million square feet in the first half of calendar year 2 ...
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Private equity investment in real estate at Rs 1,000 cr in Jan-May
Posted on Jul 13, 2016
New Delhi: Indian retail real estate sector is back in action as it turned attractive for global investors thanks to economic and political stability, liberalization of the FDI policy and improvement in the consumer sentiment.As a result, private equity (PE) investment in this segment reached $149 million in the first five months of this year. This ...
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4 reasons why Mumbai never loses its charm
Posted on Jul 13, 2016
How does a city become popular? It is not only the people, it is the prices, the city developments, events, facilities and all the buzz around each of these. Mumbai is an interesting city, despite the skyrocketing real estate prices, every Mumbaikar feels a close connect with this city. Heres why this city is in the limelight-City of the Richie-ri ...
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Home loan beneficiaries’ increases by 28% in Gujarat: SLBC report
Posted on Jul 12, 2016
According to SLBC report, fresh loans worth Rs 9,616 crore were granted to 82,332 beneficiaries in 2015-16Better affordability, a slight decrease in prices and more affordable housing projects has led to a three-year high in demand for home loans across the state in 2015-16. According to the latest report of the State Level Bankers Committee (SLBC ...
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Delhi Metro to build flats in Janakpuri and Okhla
Posted on Jul 12, 2016
NEW DELHI: The builder of Delhis lifeline will build homes for the citys residents, too.The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), which gave the national capital its most efficient mode of public transport, will build 443 flats near the Metro stations in Okhla and Janakpuri.These flats are likely to cost between Rs 80 lakh and Rs 1.2 crore, depend ...
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