User: sandman1965 Topic: real estate
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Budget or luxury homes: Which is a better investment? 23.2.2017 Sify Finance
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Budget or luxury homes: Which is a better Investment? 23.2.2017 Sify Finance
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U.S. home sales hit 10-year high, prices soar 23.2.2017 Sify Finance
By Lucia Mutikani
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Will housing companies and banks coexist in an expanding market? 20.2.2017 ET: Banking
Housing is the buzzword now with housing finance companies and banks betting big on it as the government aims to attain a "Housing for All".
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PMAY Subsidy: A Mixed Bag for the Economy 16.2.2017 Sify Finance
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Home loan growth to slow down in FY17 15.2.2017 ET: Finance / Insurance
Reduction in MCLR by various banks could lead to increased competition and balance transfers, especially in the prime salaried segment, the report said.
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Interest subsidy on housing loans applicable from January 1 15.2.2017 TOI: India
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Interest subsidy on housing loan applicable from January 1 14.2.2017 TOI: India
Anyone who has applied and got a home loan sanctioned after January 1 and has less than Rs 18 lakh annual income, will be eligible for interest subsidy of 3-4%.
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First house on 20-year loan to cost 2.4 lakh less 10.2.2017 TOI: India
If you earn up to Rs 18 lakh per annum, buying your first house will cost about Rs 2.4 lakh less as the government will subsidise a part of your home loan interest.
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Strong client patronage enables Square Yards to cross 10,000 property transactions 9.2.2017 Sify Finance
[India], Feb 9 (ANI): Real Estate start-up Square Yards on Thursday announced that it has crossed an important milestone of 10,000 property transactions with a combined GTV (Gross Transactional
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Is Budget a boon or bane for realty sector? 8.2.2017 Rediff: Columns
Provisions of long-term capitals gains tax is now applicable after only two years.
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SC orders attachment of Sahara's Aamby Valley property 6.2.2017 Rediff: Business
The apex court also asked Sahara Group to provide it within two weeks the list of 'unencumbered properties' which can be put on public auction.
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SC attaches Sahara's Aamby Valley properties worth Rs 39,000 crores 6.2.2017 DNA: Mumbai
In yet another blow to Subrata Roy, the Supreme Court on Monday ordered attaching the company's Aamby Valley properties in Lonavala, Maharastra which are worth 39,000 crores. Now the properties would be kept under the supervision of court and nobody would cease or do anything with these properties till the next date of the hearing on the case on February 27. The apex court asked Sahara to furnish a list of properties which were free from Litigation and mortgage so that it could be put into public auction. Sahara today admitted before the top court that it had to pay an amount of Rs 14,000 crore as principal money to SEBI. The business conglomerate today also told the Apex court that it had already paid Rs 11,000 crores. Subrato Roy's parole was earlier extended till November 28 taking note of the deposit of Rs 200 crores made by him with SEBI in October, as a condition precedent for his release. The apex court had then granted four weeks' custody parole to Roy to perform his mother's last rites. Roy was ...
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Is rent received in cash taxable? 6.2.2017 Rediff: GetAhead
'The fact that you did not receive the rent through a bank will not take away the taxability of the rent in your hands.'
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Budget 2017: Good times for home buyers 6.2.2017 Sify Finance
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Government has ruled out tax incentive beyond Rs 2 lakh for your second home 4.2.2017 DNA: Top News
Ruling out rollback of the proposal to restrict tax incentive for second home to Rs 2 lakh per annum, Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia on Saturday said there is no point in subsidising purchase of second property by those who have surplus funds. Moreover, he added that the tax incentive for second home loan borrower is being "virtually misused." Citing limited resources, he said it is prudent to subsidise first-time buyer and not the second property owner who is not staying in that but earning income from the second unit. The Finance Bill 2017 has restricted set-off of loss towards second home against other heads of income up to Rs 2 lakh under Section 71 of the Income Tax Act. Under the present dispensation, there is no such limit for set-off of loss from house property, which is mainly the difference between the rental income and interest on home loan. In other words, a buyer could deduct the entire net interest paid on the home loan. "Government resources are very very limited. The question is should ...
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Budget 2017: If you thought your second home will help you save tax, think again 2.2.2017 DNA: Popular News
Tax benefit on loan repayment of second house will be restricted to Rs 2 lakh per annum, Finance Bill 2017 has proposed, a move that may hit hard to those making big savings so far as there have been no limits on set off from such property. As per the proposal, the owner can set off of loss towards a second home against other heads of income up to Rs 2 lakh under Section 71 of the Income Tax Act. Under the present dispensation there is no such limit for set off of loss from house property, which is mainly the difference between between the rental income and interest on home loan. In other words, a buyer could deduct the entire net interest paid on the home loan. "The Finance Bill, 2017 proposes to restrict such set off of house property loss to Rs 200,000 per annum only. Balance loss if any will be carried forward to be set off against house property income of subsequent 8 years. Hence individual tax payers having loss of more than Rs 2,00,000 will now have a higher tax outgo," KPMG partner Parizad ...
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Budget 2017 can put India firmly back on growth track, here's why? 2.2.2017 ET: Policy
​​Housing is a labour-intensive industry, with a long backward linkages tail, generating a large multiplier of economic activity in sectors while significantly aiding in job creation.
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Banking sector looking at full tax exemption in budget 31.1.2017 Sify Finance
The banking sector is expecting a reduction in tax rates as well as liberalisation in the FDI policy, as the country prepares for the announcement of the Union budget
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Budget: 10 things common man can look forward to 31.1.2017 Rediff: Business
The people of the nation co-operated and patiently waited for the government's promised "ache din", and now they want their just rewards, says Adhil Shetty.
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