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25 Sep21

Why Diwali might be the best time to buy a house

The greatest banks and developers in India are banking on you for a revival. On offer are credits with 10-year-low loan costs, deferred payments, discounts. Some banks are even foregoing charges. A flush of cash from Mint Street helps the autumn in rates, letting lenders go all bent woo a comparatively safe set of borrowers to cushion a Covid blow to asset quality. Kotak Mahindra Bank, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, are among the banks who have slashed home loan

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18 Sep21

Home-Seekers To Invest Between Rs 90 lakh And Rs 2.5 Crore

Covid-19 has altered home-buyers preferences, with the second wave being a big change catalyst. Over 34 per cent of respondent home-seekers during a survey said they focused on properties priced between Rs 90 lakh to Rs 2.5 crore. While 35 per cent favoured properties priced between Rs 45-90 lakh, just 27 per cent of respondents voted in favour of affordable housing (priced but Rs 45 lakh), as per the CII-Anarock Consumer Sentiment Survey. “The budget range which this survey identifies

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16 Sep21

West Bengal sets ball rolling for digital vigil on sand mining

The Bengal government on Monday started empanelling administrators for mining of sand and transportation to stockyards available to be purchased. In addition to 24/7 CCTV camera surveillance at the mines and stockyards, at the mines and stockyards, all vehicles ferrying sand must have RFID ta tags or GPS work with computation of excursions made. The state cabinet had last month taken a choice to draw up a brand new sand mining policy for greater transparency and nil environmental damage. The

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01 Sep21

Big construction units to have recycle plants

Construction projects that daily generate waste of 20 tonne or more will need to found out a plant where the waste are going to be converted into aggregates for other construction activities. “Construction sites need to become environment-friendly and stop dumping waste. they need to line up a waste recovery plant at the location and work towards zero net waste generation,” a KMC official said. Construction waste includes head break concrete blocks of pile caps and broken tiles

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