Housing for all by 2022

Can Housing for All by 2022 Become a Reality under Modi 2.0?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants Among the many flagship initiatives taken up during Modi 1.0, ‘Housing for All by 2022’ seemed highly ambitious – indeed, over-ambitious – though doubtlessly noble in intent. It certainly struck the right chord, and many of its beneficiar...Read More

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 pro...Read More

What Did Modi Government Do For The Real Estate? – RealtyMyths

by Akhilesh K Prasad, The Narendra Modi government came to power in May 2014 with much hype and expectations. As the tenure of the government comes to a close, it is imperative to analyse his actions and their on-ground impact on the real estate sector. Hereinafter are enlisted the salient policy cha...Read More

Dr Niranjan Hiranandani: Housing Schemes to Fuel Employment & Economic Growth – RealtyMyths

Citing a study reference, National Real Estate Development Council’s National President Dr. Niranjan Hiranandani told  that as per the findings of the study conducted by the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, it has estimated that while 18.92 lakh direct jobs would have been created due...Read More

71 Years of Independence – Housing for All by 2022?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants Almost every second project is being purveyed as ‘affordable’ and people can still not afford to buy homes there Only compact housing is really affordable; average size of properties is shrinking in most cities When we reflect on India...Read More

How Independent is Indian Real Estate Today?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants In the 71 years since India gained independence, the country’s real estate market has changed tremendously. While it has not always been consumer-favoring throughout this period, it is certainly so today. The country’s cities have expanded, new econo...Read More

Vacant Affordable Housing – Causes (and Solutions)?

Anuj Puri, Chairman – ANAROCK Property Consultants In any discussion about affordable housing in India today, the fact that a lot of such housing is actually lying vacant is bound to crop up. One may point out that, especially with the Government’s avowed intention of providing Housing fo...Read More

NAREDCO welcomes Govt decision to increase Carpet Area’s for MIG segment under PMAY.

National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO) on Wednesday welcomed and appreciated the central government’s decision for increasing carpet areas for MIG-I and MIG-II categories under Affordable Housing’s Interest Subvention Scheme, describing the move in the right direction as it will give a bi...Read More

Housing for all: mission impossible?

Akhilesh K. Prasad By 2031, 600 million people are expected to be living in urban India. It is estimated that by then, the housing deficit will touch approximately 38 million. The incidence of this deficit will fall directly on the lower income groups and economically weaker sections (EWS). The middl...Read More

There is a huge market for mid and affordable segment projects: Prasoon Chauhan, CEO, HomeKraft

Led by its CEO, Mr. Prasoon Chauhan, HomeKraft is one such real estate developer that has taken the industry by storm. Offering ‘Aspirational Homes’, HomeKraft is the mid and affordable segment brand by the ATS Group. In a candid conversation with RealtyMyths, Prasoon, a banking veteran w...Read More

BUDGET 2018-19: The biggest boost to infrastructure ever

Akhilesh K Prasad In a major boost to infrastructure, in Budget 2018-19 the finance ministry has allocated a total capital outlay of Rs. 5.97 cores for FY 2018-19. This is a massive increment of about 20.8% over the previous year. The finance minister also emphasized in his budget speech that India n...Read More

Does Infrastructure status to affordable housing ensure the construction quality?

Akhilesh K.Prasad A long-standing demand of developers was recognised when the government granted infrastructure status to affordable housing in the Union Budget 2017-18 as a measure to boost its flagship ‘Housing for All by 2022’ project. The infrastructure status will simplify the approval process ...Read More

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