20:80 schemes are a win-win for all, says PARESH KARIA

The slowdown in sales has prompted developers to offer investor friendly 20:80 schemes (subvention). Such schemes help the developer to prop up sales without reducing the prices.

Subvention or 20:80 scheme is an innovative financial structuring which involves purchasing of under-construction property directly from the developer with financing from a bank/institution. Under this scheme, the prope...
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Bank auctions are a good avenue to acquire a property safely and at a good price, says PARESH KARIA

Under The Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act (SARFAESI Act) lenders like Banks and Financial Institutions are empowered to recover mortgaged properties, without intervention of court, in case of default by the borrower. The properties so recovered are subsequently sold by the bank through Auction to recove...
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Real Estate and Interest Rate

Interest rate is one of the important monetary tools used by the central bank to give direction to the overall economic activity. In India, the RBI uses the Bank Rate, Repo Rate, Reverse Repo Rate and Cash Reserve Ratio (any one or more in combination) to increase or decrease the interest rate and/or Liquidity in the economy.

The Central bank may increase the interest rate when it wants to control the inflationary pressures in the economy. It generally decreases the interest rate when...
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NRI real estate investments rise in India every time the dollar appreciates


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