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AlphaCorp launches Atulyam under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna in Karnal – RealtyMyths

-AlphaCorp offers plots under the scheme -Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojna is an initiative of Haryana Govt. with an aim to provide housing for all by 2022 -AlphaCorp organizes bhoomi poojan of the project Affordable housing has revolutionized the Indian real estate sector. The concept is concerned with providing units which are affordable by the low and medium section of society. On the same lines, realty player AlphaCorp has launched Atulyam in Alpha International city, Karnal. To mark the foundation laying of the project, the Group organized ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ on 7th May 2019. The event took place in the presence of AlphaCorp employees and its partners, residents of AICK, and few buyers. Alpha Atulyam has been launched under Deen Dayal Jan Awas Yojana which has a vision of housing for all. It aim...

AlphaCorp Introduces customizable homes in Karnal

AlphaCorp recently announced the launch of customizable independent floors in Alpha International City located in sector 28 and 28, Karnal. The concept gives buyers the advantage of either choose any independent floor of their choice along with an advantage of customizable design options. Buyers will have the luxury to get their homes designed as per their taste and comfort. The developers will also provide tailor-made specifications to opt high-end construction materials. The spatial design is effectively done to separate the public and private areas for privacy. The building complex comprising of a stilt floor for parking along with three floors which are naturally ventilated and lit, having a plot size of 360 sq yards and the floor area of 3262 sq feet. The concept also gives you the fr...

RBI infuses some festive madness – REPO Rate changed

The market is sluggish and in a severe need for funds, the last session of RBI wasn’t pleasing for the sector with no change in the REPO rate. Today’s session seems to cheer up the sector with the 0.25 percent rate cut, while the CRR (Cash Reserve Ratio) was unchanged. Even though the transparency is still questionable, but buyer will be able to get loans at a lesser rate of interest. The problems are situational but every developer should be tactical with their move. Here’s what they shared with Team RM Anuj Puri, Chairman & Country Head, JLL India The first question that arises after this rate cut is, of course, how it will help improve buyer sentiment in the housing sector. The reason why housing sales have been sluggish is because of trust deficit between consumers and developers. ...

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