User: sandman1965 Topic: real estate
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Last updated: Jul 27 2016 14:54 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Dialogue on indigenous peoples continues 27.7.2016 Manipur: E-Pao
Dialogue on indigenous peoples continues
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Square Yards forays into fintech with mortgage arm Square Capital 26.7.2016 Sify Finance
India's largest real estate transaction platform Square Yards announced its aggressive investing in technology for its mortgage advisory platform-Square Capital with an aim to become the largest
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UK government arm pumps Rs 1,000 crore into IIFL Finance 21.7.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
CDC's investment will help IIFL Finance to expand its business and address the capital needs of under-served segments through diversified offerings.
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Bank of England rummages in tool box for new options after Brexit 20.7.2016 Sify Finance
By Ana Nicolaci da Costa
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She pawned her mangalsutra to build a toilet 18.7.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'It is a shame for a woman to defecate in the open.'
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DHFL plans to meet 10 per cent of borrowings from retail deposits 12.7.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
With pick-up in home purchases, the company sees a better year ahead and is accordingly planning to raise Rs 25,000-27,000 crore this year to fund loan growth.
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Home First Finance Company is looking to sell 30% stake for Rs 250 crore to fund operations 8.7.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
The company started operations in 2010 and a year later it raised funds from Bessemer Ventures. Later, it attracted funding from Tata Capital Growth Fund as well.
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Banks hurt by Brexit decision pull European shares lower 6.7.2016 Sify Finance
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European shares pulled lower by banks hurting from Brexit decision 6.7.2016 Sify Finance
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Bank of England eases rules for banks to meet Brexit challenge 5.7.2016 Sify Finance
By David Milliken and Huw Jones
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Edelweiss to raise Rs 500 crore to finance Tier II homes 4.7.2016 DNA: Mumbai
Edelweiss Housing Finance Ltd (EHFL) plans to raise Rs 500 crore through secured non-convertible debentures for home loans and small and medium enterprise (SME) lending. The face value of NCDs is Rs 1,000 each, aggregating to Rs 250 crore and with a green-shoe option to retain over-subscription up to another Rs 250 crore. "We see significant opportunity for Edelweiss given out product suite, focus on affordable housing, wide grographic presence. The NCD will help raise capital for portfolio growth and geographic expansion of branches from 45 to 78 over the next 18 months," mentioned Anil Kothuri, chief executive officer of EHFL. The non-banking financing institution aspires to become lender for retail home loans and SMEs, particularly in Tier II cities. The rate of return offered is 9.50% (three years), 9.75% (five years) and 10% (10 years). With the funds raised, it intends to repay the existing high debt of up to Rs 150 from around four to five financial institutions. The balance will be utilised for ...
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Banks freeze mortgage loans, investors stall real estate deals in post-Brexit London 4.7.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
The aftershocks of Britain's decision to leave the European Union have hit the property sector in London over the past week, with a foreign bank freezing loans for buyers and some investors pulling out of commercial deals. Some foreigners, however, are already making the most of the drop in the pound post-Brexit to snap up what they see as residential bargains. London property has long been a magnet for foreign investors, be it extravagant homes or iconic commercial real estate, and prices in the capital have sky-rocketed. AT A GLANCE Several large commercial deals fall through post-Brexit Political uncertainty makes British investors cautious Some foreigners see bargains in sterling weakness  ​Key to overseas investors will be whether the fall in the value of sterling is attractive enough to offset the political vacuum, expected economic slowdown and questions over market access that have resulted from Britain's vote to leave the EU. Singapore's United Overseas Bank temporarily halted mortgage loans for ...
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Bigwigs like Anshu Jain, Jaspal Bindra & Subhash Chandra backing companies seeking mortgage licences 4.7.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
The share of housing finance companies in the mortgage market has risen to 37% from 30% in 2010, according to ICRA, a unit of ratings company Moody's.
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Singapore bank halts London mortgage loans after Brexit as Asia lenders flag risks 30.6.2016 Sify Finance
By Saeed Azhar and Denny Thomas
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Allow banks, HFCs to fund land deals: Deepak Parekh to RBI 26.6.2016 ET: Policy
Parekh, chairman of HDFC Ltd that was a pioneer in this sector, said that a major factor that can improve housing affordability is bringing down the cost of land.
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Allow banks, housing finance companies to fund land deals: Deepak Parekh to RBI 26.6.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
In a strong pitch for RBI to allow banks and housing finance companies to fund land transactions, industry leader Deepak Parekh has said NBFCs and foreign private equity players are charging exorbitant rates that push up the cost of land. Parekh, chairman of the country's leading mortgage lender HDFC Ltd that was a pioneer in this sector, said that a major factor that can improve housing affordability is bringing down the cost of land. "Merely reducing interest rates is not sufficient. As banks and housing finance companies are not permitted to fund land transactions, this gap is mainly being met by non-banking financial companies and foreign private equity players who fund these transactions at exorbitant rates," he said. In his annual message to shareholders of HDFC, Parekh further said in a sector like real estate where multiple approvals are required, embarking on a digital platform to grant approvals will be a significant game changer for the industry. "It will bring in discipline to grant approvals ...
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Investors keen on a bite of housing pie with Hudco 16.6.2016 ET: IPOs
Hudco IPO is set to excite investors as this could be the most reliable substitute for them after the Housing Development Finance Corp. in the real estate funding sector.
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India’s first of its kind mortgage guarantee venture yet to take off 15.6.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
India Mortgage Guarantee Corp (IMGC) was established in June 2012 and started business the next year.
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Indiabulls Housing Finance aims to raise $250 mn overseas 13.6.2016 ET: Finance / Insurance
Indiabulls Housing, which provides home loans, loan against property along with others, reported a 25% year-on-year rise in net profit at Rs 675.50 crore during the Jan-Mar quarter.
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HDFC announces plans to raise Rs 1,000 crore via debentures 12.6.2016 Sify Finance
Mortgage lender HDFC has announced its plans to raise Rs. 1,000 crore from debentures to fund business growth model.
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