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RBI Repo Rate Cut: A Significant Boost Ahead Of The Festive Season For The Real Estate Sector

by Santosh Sinha The real estate industry welcomes the decision by the Reserve Bank of India to cut the Repo Rate by 35bps, 4th consecutive rate cut in the year 2019. And why not, the sector is about to enter the festive season. The real estate developers expect to boost their sales in the upcoming q...Read More

For the Reserve Bank of India growth is now the highest priority

by Niranjan Hiranandani The fourth straight cut in the benchmark repo rate is a welcome step which will make borrowings cheaper and would help boost in demand in several sectors like real estate and auto which has been sagging since last several quarters. It would also help in bringing about some bal...Read More

Consecutive rate cuts to translate into residential sector growth

by Ramesh Nair In line with the general market sentiment, the cumulative 110 bps rate cut in the last four policy reviews favors the Indian economy. The rate cut of 35 bps delivered by the RBI is likely to bring in a balance between growth and inflation. Riding along the same track, the real estate s...Read More

SBI to Link Home Loans to Repo Rate | Weekly News Round Up – RealtyMyths

Welcome to the weekly news round up. It’s time to get updated! Bombay High Court on June 12, 2019, said it wants to first listen to the opinions of environmental experts before deciding on a plea seeking for cutting mangroves to pave way for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project. A study by the C...Read More

Experts Believe RBI Repo Rate Cut To Boost Real Estate Market Sentiments – RealtyMyths

Moving on the expected lines, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), country’s apex bank, today reduced the Repo Rate by 25 basis points. This way, RBI reduced the key lending rate for the second time in a row, bringing it down to 6%. RBI also cut the reverse repo rate by 25 basis points to 5.75%. Th...Read More

Real Estate Gets Double Dose Of Happiness, Hails RBI’s Repo Rate Cut After Budget Bonanza

In an unexpected move, at least the market experts would agree to it, the Reserve Bank of India today cut the key Repo Rate by 25 bps, bringing it down to 6.25 percent. RBI was doing the 6th bimonthly monetary policy review, and first under its new Governor Shaktikanta Das, who replaced Uriji Patel a...Read More


The Reserve Bank of India in its first Bi-monthly monetary policy meeting of 2016 maintained status quo on key policy rates. The repo rate remained unchanged at 6.75% and CRR remained unchanged at 4%. The Union Budget is an eagerly-awaited annual event which Indians follow closely, as the decisions a...Read More

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...Read More

RBI must look at the real estate sector with new optimism

The Reserve Bank of India today concluded the third bi-monthly monetary policy review for the current financial year.  Contrary to market expectations, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, known for going by instinct and offer surprises, preferred to sail smoothly in the last lap of his tenure at RBI. He kep...Read More

Brokers are setting a new benchmark in the Real Estate Market – Varun Ahuja, Co-Founder,

Varun Ahuja, Co-Founder of, started his career from retail. His interest in real estate developed seven years ago when he was looking for an apartment for himself in Gurgaon. He has been associated with some big names in Real Estate before he realized the need to bring more transparency a...Read More

RBI kept the repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged

RBI kept the repo rate under the liquidity adjustment facility (LAF) unchanged at 7.25 per cent today in the third bi-monthly policy announcement. Mr Manoj Gaur, President, CREDAI NCR, says on RBI policy “Since the RBI has kept the status quo on policy front. This policy is on the expected line from ...Read More

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