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Changes in The Indian Real Estate Sector Over the Past Decade

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India has been witnessing a considerable change in the real estate sector over the past decade, owing to the opening up of this sector to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in 2005. This FDI commenced the entry of new vistas for funding and capital inflows, which had only a restricted scope till 2004. This move played as remarkable factor in further increasing the fundamental growth in various sectors.

The contribution of the real estate sector to India’s gross domestic product (GDP) has been estimated to be over 6% and the segment is expected to generate millions of job. The housing segment contributes roughly 5%–6% of the country’s GDP; at the same time, the retail, hospitality and commercial subsectors have also grown incessantly, meeting the escalating infrastructural requirements.

During this time period (2005-2015), the country noticed a titanic shift in the residential and commercial concepts. In the case of housing segment, we moved from independent low-rise villas and houses to high-rise apartment complexes. As a massive influx of people happened towards bigger towns and cities due to higher employment opportunities, ‘accommodating all’ became the need of the hour. In the commercial sector, traditional family-oriented business gave way to modern private and corporate sector, and thus gave rise to investment-based office space. These changes stayed as the cornerstone in the evolution of an organised real estate sector in India since 2005.

This period has also observed the rising popularity of shopping malls and a declining trend in street sales. As more people started purchasing from malls, the square feet for the office space too has increased almost five times.

Though the sales in residential property declined in 2013, the introduction of Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) does have a positive impact on the retail market segment. Despite global concerns and economic uncertainty, Indian economy has been performing immensely well, and hence, the retail real estate market appears to be propitious. The recent easing of the norms for FDI in multi-brand retail has already attracted a lot of global retailers.

Changing Face of Real Estate in India

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Presently, India is the fastest growing economy with 7.5% growth, when most of the global economies are exhibiting a slowdown. Hence, with the largest youth population, India is projected to be running the race, overtaking all the emerging economies at least for the coming fifteen years. But, with a huge number of people without basic facilities, it announces the importance of embracing them also into the clutch.

The Indian real estate market indeed has a vital role in opening up the future avenue for the country’s economy. As a large population sleeps on streets and many stay without proper accommodation, the construction sector would be the one that has the potential to drive India a developed country. Blessed with a handsome number of working population, we can concentrate on the construction and related real estate sector. Regarding employment generation, real estate stands second to agriculture. Moreover, the other linked industries like steel, cement and brick, transport etc. are significantly getting benefited by this growth. Roughly, 5% of India’s GDP is being contributed by this sector, and it is estimated to touch 6% in the coming five years. Due to all these positive features, it is highly potent to pull more foreign investments.

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When all the developed countries have reached saturation point with well-built housing complexes and office site, there is not much scope for real estate boom in such countries. But, in India, considering its vast land area and huge population, the high possibility of this sector makes us think about its importance in the topical scenario, and we all have to run the marathon to get the trophy.

For tapping the sumptuous working human resource, most of the multinational companies are fixing their foot in India. Hence, a lot of IT based and other official complexes are expected to grow exponentially. Moreover, India is moving towards an organized retail culture, unlike previous days. This requires additional land space. Real estate companies can meticulously utilize the space for the construction of these. Now, for achieving all these, Indian real estate markets are declaring its presence in tier-1 and tier-2 cities also. Almost 80% of the real estate market in India occupies residences, and the remaining is covered by offices, hospitals, schools, shopping malls and other public spaces.

Now, the real estate companies could also take part in the government’s initiative of accommodating all within four walls by 2022, Housing For All project, thereby making the job easier for the government. With the new government’s policies, the market price of houses and flats has come down, which has become an attractive factor for the buyers to come forward. With the relaxed tenets in the policies, buyers are feeling more secured and confident, regarding registration and other processes.

It is estimated that by 2030, approximately 600 million people will live in the cities. Therefore, affordable housing has become a huge demand. But, the industry has a large gap to meet. Taking the demand and the current infrastructure into consideration, real estate sector has a titanic job to accomplish.

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India, a treasure island in real estate market

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The real estate market is booming day by day than ever. People show a particular kind of interest in dumping their money in real estate. Though there are several options for investment, property stays as their first preference. As it is flourishing every day, more investors are coming forward to find their fortune in real estate to obtain capital profit and regular cash flow.

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As per a recent report released by Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) Pvt Ltd, India is favored among other nations in the Asia Pacific in the real estate market. Keeping in view of India’s track record with an almost consistent economy, which is not much affected by the global market fluctuations, most of the foreign investors find it lucrative to bank their money in real estate sector. Strong growth, reform push, stable currency etc. too add up to the story.

In just last one year, overseas fund has amounted around 50% of total investment in India. Year after year, the tendency of foreigners to invest in Indian economy is escalating. This can be attributed to some of the favorable and liberal measures adopted by the government in the recent past. For example, reducing minimum size of built-up areas in foreign direct investment linked real estate projects to 20000 sq.m from its earlier requirement of 50000 sq.m. This has become an attracting factor for the foreign money to flow into Indian peninsula. A fair knowledge in Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) and Income Tax Act will help Non Resident Indians in taking intelligent decision in making real estate investment, taking into consideration of the laws that affect the respective sector.

There are various benefits attached to investing in real estate like leverage, appreciation, tax benefits and capital growth. When looking at the advantage of renting or buying a flat, many people prefer buying an apartment as it can increase the net profit through appreciation. Like residential area, demand for industrial plots too has increased in the recent past in India. This mentality has been meticulously utilized by many real estate companies like Mona Townships in Mohali, by providing commercial spaces.

The organized real estate scenario in the country helped in attracting more FDI inside. When major economies are displaying a slower growth, India, with its exceptional performance, is perceived as a bright spot, pulls most of the investors into its clutch. Moreover, it is less vulnerable to currency shocks and has adequate foreign reserves. All these factors made foreign investment to flow into India.

How should be my 4 BHK Flats?

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As human life is getting more and more urbanized, people prefer moving to cities as a part of their career or for leading a high standard of living. Since the living space for human settlement is shrinking, more populace are being absorbed into flats or apartments. This transition gave rise to the concept of owning a part of a building, rather than the whole mansion.

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Your dream Home in Mohali

Having one’s own home is a dream of everyone. According to the budget, people set their preference for their flat, which goes even to 4 BHK for a small family. When most of the family members are working these days, it’s not much a big deal in possessing a big flat. An advantage of these new flats are the contemporary style leaves behind a lot of empty space, which can be neatly maintained. It is a big game for builders to make these type of big flats and it is housing ministry sets tougher builders norms.

How should be my 4 BHK Flats ?

Present day generation likes to be a part of city culture, yet enjoys environment-friendly surroundings. People are getting more health conscious, and for that they like to stay in a pollution free environment. Thus, now they look for lush green gardens and parks around their house. Moreover, they like to keep interior plants, small water bodies, which not only make the place cool, but also beautify the whole space. Many housing complexes and residential associations are engaged in planting tree saplings in parks and their nearby locale.

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4 bhk flats in Mohali ,Punjab

Unlike old houses, which are extremely huge, accommodating so many people with a lot of furniture and many other things that give a crowded effect, modern flats keep the concept of housing minimum stuff. This gives a very neat look and is easy to maintain. This arrangement aids them in cleaning the household things fast, as most of the members would be working.

One advantage of 4 BHK Apartment Mohali, is that it has four bedrooms, a living area and kitchen. One can be made as a master bedroom, two for the children and one can be kept either as a guest room or for elder members. Mostly, the living area consists of a space for guests and a dining corner; along with that, there will be a small space as family living area for entertainment. Most of the Four BHK flats have a small foyer and a balcony, and many more facilities. Present day flats give private space for everyone at home, at the same time, it is made in such a way that every room is accessible from all parts. By keeping the minimalist concept, each and every nook and corner can be utilized effectively.

Moreover, modern kitchens are almost like a living room. Old kitchens were constructed exclusively for women, but modular kitchens are so appealing that everybody feels like trying their cooking skill there.

Thus, 4BHK is a good choice for anyone who wish to invest in a good space, where he or she can spend their private time with ease, without carrying the burden of traditional thoughts of heavy household works.

Things to check when investing in a retail space

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Retail office spaces are advertised as a wonderful investment opportunity, with most of them assuring guaranteed returns. However if you are planning to invest in a retail space whether office or shops there are few things that you need to take care of before you actually invest.

The important question here to ask is how good the retail realty sector is in India? The answer to this is that the development of this segment is directly linked to the development of the retail industry. It is estimated that the retail sector is to grow by 20% and expected to bring in revenues to the tune of Rs 30 Lakh crore, again with the economic growth back on track it is estimated that retail sector will grow further in big cities then slowly move towards tier II and tier III cities subsequently, by 2016 the retail industry is expected to grow rapidly, there are challenges however in the growth story, the primary challenge is the sudden boom of online portals. With the advent of online portal and these portals offering products at your doorsteps at competitive prices have brought the sales volumes down of most of the leading stores in malls all around the country.

Despite this bottlenecks commercial real estate that includes retail spaces too have picked up in 2015 and some major corporates are coming forward to invest in commercial real estate which is a healthy sign for the investors. Retail space whether it is office space for rent in Mohali or shops is a long term asset which will appreciate considerably as trends show, however unlike residential sector the dynamics of the retail sector is slightly different, for example if you are planning to invest in a mall a number of factors needs to be taken into account, like location, designing of the mall, the developer`s reputation, developer`s track record etc. The location of your office space within the mall is also important, ground floor and first floor yield maximum returns over office spaces on upper floors.

With the government seriously focussing on the development of real estate industry as a whole, commercial real estate has shown the first signs of recovery, so this could be the right time for you invest in an office space or shop, plus investing now keeping the long term horizon in your mind can fetch you good returns in the future.

Overview of HIV/AIDS in Punjab (Till April 2015)

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PUNJAB STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY

National AIDS Control Programme in Punjab

India:

  • Estimated HIV/ AIDS cases in India 2.08 Million
  • Estimated adult HIV prevalence 0.27 %

(Male- 0.32%; Female- 0.22%)

Punjab:

  • Estimated adult cases in Punjab(PLWHA) as per Estimation 2011 31,961

  • Estimated adult HIV prevalence 0.18 %

  • HIV Positive Cases Reported (1993 to April 2015) from 45948

(Integrated Counseling & Testing Centres- ICTC)

  • HIV Positivity (1993 to April 2015) in ICTC 1.63%

  • Total Patients registered in HIV Care till April 2015 34819
  • Total Ever started on ART in Punjab till April 2015 21587

  • Currently on ART in Punjab till April 2015 15575

  • Cummulative no. of deaths on ART till April 2015 4221

  • Number of licensed blood banks 102

(Govt. -45, Private-52, Military-5)

  • Number of BCSUs 45

  • Number of ICTCs 371

(112 Stand Alone, 3 FI ESI, 2 PPP, 191 CHC/PHC, 24 MMU, 3 TB Sanitorium, 36 FI PPP)

  • ART Centres (Amritsar, Jalandhar, Patiala, Ludhiana, 09

Pathankot, Bathinda Ferozepur, Hoshiarpur and Tarn Taran)

  • Link ART Plus Centres (Rupnagar, Sangrur & Moga) 03
  • Link ART Centres

(Kapurthala , Fatehgarh Sahib & Faridkot) 03

  • ART Plus Treatment Centre, Amritsar (Designated) 01
  • FI-ART Centres (Batala) 01
Aids In Punjab

Aids In Mohali (Pic. Source: (TribuneIndia.com)

 

Since Inception District Wise HIV Data (Till April 2015)

District

Tested for HIV

HIV Positive

% age Positivity

Amritsar

387437

12372

3.19

Barnala

60128

372

0.62

Bathinda

134691

1699

1.26

Faridkot

68769

1345

1.96

Fatehgarh Sahib

49353

400

0.81

Fazilka

39265

203

0.52

Firozpur

89210

1131

1.27

Gurdaspur

163781

2390

1.46

Hoshiarpur

148355

1527

1.03

Jalandhar

170378

4847

2.84

Kapurthala

90001

992

1.10

Ludhiana

397391

5241

1.32

Mansa

71706

470

0.66

Moga

70092

1128

1.61

Mohali

118168

583

0.49

Muktsar

67192

337

0.50

Nawanshahr

51736

677

1.31

Pathankot

28266

307

1.09

Patiala

283188

5955

2.10

Rupnagar

104398

1004

0.96

Sangrur

136773

1265

0.92

Tarn Taran

86453

1703

1.97

State Total

2816731

45948

1.63

 

Overview of HIV/AIDS in Punjab

PUNJAB STATE AIDS CONTROL SOCIETY

National AIDS Control Programme in Punjab

 

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16 (April)

INDIA

Estimated HIV/ AIDS cases in India as per Estimation

2192511

2141706

2106227

2088642

Estimated adult HIV prevalence as per Estimation

0.31

0.30

0.28

0.27

PUNJAB (Cummulative)

Estimated cases in Punjab (PLHIV) as per Estimation

25320

27252

29491

31961

Estimated adult HIV prevalence as per Estimation

0.16

0.16

0.17

0.18

Total tested in ICTC ( 1993 to April 2015)

 

2816731

Total Detected HIV Positive in ICTCs (From 1993 to April 2015)

45948

HIV Positivity (1993 to Dec 2015) in ICTC

1.63

Total Patients Registered in HIV Care in Punjab

34819

Ever Started on ART

21587

Currently on ART

15575

Cummulative no. of deaths on ART

4221

 

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16 (April)

ICTCs (Interated Counseling and Testing Centres):

 
No. of ICTCs

73

148

168

211

224

272

367

371

Total no. of Cases tested during the year

167307

228207

277678

348445

430833

502289

516119

54081

Total no. of Cases detected Positive during the year

4954

5351

5433

5387

4863

4537

4509

503

HIV Positivity in ICTCs during the year

2.96

2.34

1.96

1.55

1.13

0.90

0.87

0.93

Total no. of ANC Mothers Positive during the year

184

182

244

280

275

260

196

21

No. of Positive Deliveries

89

102

308

356

234

252

154

10

No. of MB Pair given

79

93

141

208

195

133

49

4

% age of MB Pair

88.76

91.18

45.78

58.43

83.33

52.78

31.82

40.00

ART (Anti Retroviral Therapy Centres:

No. of ART

3

5

6

6

7

7

9

9

No. of Link ART

2

5

6

7

4

4

4

3

No. of Link ART Plus Treatment Centres

 

 

 

 

2

4

3

3

No. of FI-ART Centres

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

No.of ART Plus Treatment Centres

 

 

 

 

1

1

1

1

Total Patients registered in HIV Care during the year

4119

4443

5231

5024

4897

4639

3602

359

Total Ever started on ART in Punjab during the year

2382

2609

2958

3064

3725

3011

2504

299

Total no. of patients currently on ART during the year

1729

1569

1713

1952

2272

2434

1532

220

TIs(Targeted Intervention):

No. of NGO TIs Projects

24

31

50

57

62

69

69

66

Typology Wise Distribution of Tis (Operational)

FSW (Female Sex Worker)

3

6

8

11

12

16

16

14

MSM (Men having Sex with Men)

0

0

2

2

0

0

0

0

IDU (Injecting Drug User)

7

11

19

20

24

24

24

23

Truckers

0

3

3

3

4

5

5

5

Migrants

4

2

14

3

3

4

4

4

Composite

10

9

4

18

19

20

20

20

HRG Coverage

Coverage Target

Achievement with percentage

FSW

20200

19377

96%

MSM

10750

8924

83%

IDU

12500

13345

107%

Migrants

65000

66435

102%

Truckers

35000

9011

26%

STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease):

No. of STD Clinics

22

23

24

26

28

29

31

31

No. of patients attending STD Clinics

39655

55554

53911

54800

58691

61326

78600

6867

BB (Blood Bank):

Number of licensed blood banks

93

93

96

96

97

99

102

102

Number of Blood Component Separation Units

22

25

31

32

36

36

42

45

Total Collection in all BBs

307222

312864

340186

371266

388717

386980

414651

28491

Voluntary Collection in all BBs

89303

129642

185714

219479

247172

242585

282794

20217

% age VBD in all BBs

29.07

41.44

54.59

59.12

63.59

62.69

68.20

70.96

Total Collection in Govt. BBs

145491

148443

169821

183512

199102

190078

206815

12683

Voluntary Collection in Govt. BBs

63483

86173

118460

143539

163391

154134

183911

12246

% age VBD in Govt. BBs

43.63

58.05

69.76

78.22

82.06

81.09

88.93

96.55

Source Data From : http://www.punjabsacs.org/overviewHIV.aspx

How To control on AIDS ?

These are some tips that you can save from this , before taking blood from any one you must be check on tab and always use condom before sex.

 

 

Housing ministry sets tougher builder norms

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Property in Mohali

People waiting to get possession of their houses may get is sooner than expected, the housing ministry went ahead and said okay to tougher builder norms and accepted the parliamentary committee recommendation on the real estate bill that prohibits developers from diverting more than 50% of money collecting from the buyer to other projects.

The ministry also said that the panel recommendation to empower the state governments to impose stricter guidelines for the developers and see that the developers are not going against the norms, the housing ministry has accepted and agreed to all the recommendations made by the panel, comprised of 21- member select Rajya Sabha committee.

The ministry will go to the cabinet very shortly to the cabinet to get the changes approved so that the bill is presented in the parliament in the winter session. One important recommendation that was accepted is a provision that all projects over 500 sq mt must be registered with the proposed real estate regulator. Earlier the provision was for 1000 sq mt. The interest rate paid by the developer in case of default however stays the same. Real Estate observers and experts feel that these recommendations will go a long way to protect the home buyer`s interest and will further give a boost to the industry and encourage investments.

The government in turn will have to see that the projects are not stuck up in red tape and there are no unnecessary harassment and delay for the developer. This bill which was in cold storage since 2009 covers both residential and commercial projects and there is also a proposal to set up a real estate regulator. Developers will have to submit all the details of their projects like plans, project delivery time schedule, and status of all the mandatory approvals required etc.

If the developer fails to comply with these guidelines there would be a penalty of 10% of the total cost of the project. If the developer violates these guidelines again there would be again a penalty of 10% of the project cost and there could be a jail sentence for the developer.

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Celebrating 15 August with Free Listing

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MohaliFlats.com  is a listing company recently formed to provide details on property listing, both commercial and residential in Mohali.

The company is new but it provides relevant information on property listing, Mohali flats is a real time solution provider; it is committed to provide accurate and authentic property listings after doing thorough research on developers and property’s in Mohali. Further the website will be one stop solutions for customers looking to buy/sell/rent, properties at various locations across Mohali.

Real Estate Company

The company believes in customer centric service by providing accurate information at all times.The company provides detailed information on all the leading developers operating in Mohali and their projects in the area, and gives its customers the option of making an informed decision on the kind of property they want to buy or rent. It provides exhaustive information of both commercial and residential development in the area. The company offers a wide range of options for the customers to choose from, buyers can select from a gamut of properties with specifications, developer details, location etc. so that home buying becomes a smooth experience for all buyers.

The company desires to be known as one of the best listing companies by its flawless operational management and transparency in terms of providing true information for its valued clients at all times, it wishes to known as an eminent champion of absolutely high ethical standards.

If as a buyer you are planning to buy your dream home, the information given on Mohali Flats will help you, and if as a developer you plan to list your property in Mohali, the company will be more than happy to list you on Mohali Flats. As being proud Indians, the company is offering a unique scheme on 15th August, as a builder or as a buyer you can list your property for free on Independence Day. So avail this opportunity and see your business grow through us.

Now you can find only MTPL group projects information on this site. So if you want to list your website please see some where else website.

Buy your first Home For Save Your More Income Tax

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Buying a new house/apartment for a first time buyer is difficult but it is a profitable step. Now a simple but important question that engenders is, how will it be profitable? To know about this, first we need to have some knowledge about the Indian taxation system. Indian taxation system has big structure with large number of protocols and different sections. To know every protocol/rule is impossible for the common working people. So here we are describing few sections of taxation system which will give you some idea about how buying a home is a profitable step. Before going to taxation section we have to understand the word “Income tax”.

buy home for tax save

Income tax: Income tax is a tax which is directly gathered on personal income. India has well developed tax structure with shared authority of central & state government. Indian government gathers taxes on income except agricultural income which is collected by the state government. If a person earns an income then he/she will pay tax under the following category:

  • Income from salary
  • Income from business
  • Income from house or property
  • Income from other sources.

Section 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD:

About the section which is helpful to save tax, Section 80c, 80ccc and 80ccd are three sections that are very useful but 80c is the most important section. Section 80c allows deduction on your gross total income. These deductions are available to an individual. This deduction is allowed for various deduction and payments. Total limit cannot be exceeding 1.5 lakh for financial year 2015-16 under section 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD. Now coming to Section 80CCC, it allows deduction for any amount paid /deposit in insurance sector/companies or purchasing security bonds. 80CCD allows deduction in respect of contribution in pension account.

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Above is a simple explanation of how to benefit from income tax but here is an explaintion how buying home will help you save tax. We all know that in India every working class family buying home avails a home loan facility, which is provided by various banks under different interest rates. Income tax benefit under home loan scheme comes under different section of Income tax Act. To explain tax benefit under home loan, we would be dividing the repayment of home loan into two parts which are as following:

1: Repayment of the actual amount.

2: Repayment of interest on home loan.

Tax benefit on home loan is governed by section 80c, section 24 and section 80EE. We are describing few details about these sections.

Section 80C: it will give benefit on repayment of principal amount of home loan in current financial year. If a person pays some part of principal amount of loan to bank then taxation policy allows him/her relaxation on income tax(limit 1 lakh to 1.5 lakh).

Section 24: this section will give benefit on repayment of interest on home loan. This deduction is allowed under income from house/property category. We all know that a bank always takes interest on every loan. Income from house/property shall be reduced by amount of interest paid on home loan but here some contradiction in section 24. Section 24 especially states that tax deduction on repayment of interest on home loan shall not be allowed before construction of property/house is complete.
Section 80EE: this section is helpful for the first time buyers. This section states that additional tax deduction of 1 lakh rupees to first time home buyers in respect of interest on home loan. Home loan does not exceed 25 lakhs and value of your buying property does not exceed 40 lakhs.

Most often people buy a home using the home loan facility. We all know every working person wants to save tax. There are many way to save tax but buying home with home loan is one of the best ways to save tax. There are two types of profit while buying home.

1: Buyer has own home

2: Tax benefit under home loan facility.

Buy Home For Tax Save

This facility is little more beneficial for first time buyer as compared to the second time buyer. The reason behind this factor is section 80EE. Section 80EE is available only for first time buyers. However the second time buyers need not worry as much as it is a marginal difference on profit. So buying a home using loan facility is a smart choice to save money. In India, a house is the biggest purchase for most families in their lifetime and government realizes that. Government has decided to give some relief to working class family during their tax payment so they are doing many amendments on taxation policy in every financial year continuously to provide some relaxation. To understand how a tax payer gets benefit on home loan, we take an example in four-different conditions:

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Loan and Possession of home in same financial year.

Loan now and possession of home later.

Borrower and Owner are different.

During Loan Period Home is given out in rent.

1: Loan and Possession of home in same financial year

Meaning of above statement is that if you took loan and got the possession of the home in the same year. You can take tax benefit on section 80c, section 24 and section 80EE (applicable for first time buyer).

2: Loan now and possession of home later

Meaning of above statement is that if you took loan and got the possession in the next year or later, i.e. taking loan before completion of home construction. In the pre-position period, borrower can claim tax rebate under section 80C and section 80EE(applicable for first time buyer). Section 24 is not applicable before possession. Once borrower takes the possession of house, he/she can claim rebate of pre-possession period in five equal installments subject to condition of pre-possession claim.

3: Borrower and Owner are different

If a person took a loan for another person, either a relative etc, in this condition borrower will not be able to get benefit in tax.

4: During Loan Period Home is given out in rent

It is an important concern for many borrowers who cannot live in their home because of any reason. So they don’t have to worry about it. Still they can apply for relaxation during tax payment.

The above information is only general information provided to you to take the benefits of various tax benefits however we do not take responsibility of any in correct information. It is advised that you take a decision after meeting your chartered accountant or the tax authority.

For More Info Visit : Income Tax Department of India

REIT Can Change Market ?

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Lankness of capital is very problem in real estate and it is one way that we can remove this big problem, it is REIT means Real estate Investment trust. This type of projects helps your funding issue in commercial project and as well as investments too. Lots of real estate market expert  will thing about this is good in India or not.

REIT Investment in India

REIT Investment in India

In 2014 Finance minister Mr. Arun approved this project. Because in India lots of small business ruining there and they want to grow in there sector but the lankness of money or capital they can not do any things.  And India have biggest young mans , they can do very best for his country but they need a chance and they want a capital from stated this business. In real estate all matter of Capital and REIT remove your problems.

 

 

REIT like nectar for real estate. And it is control black money in real estate. 

REIT Very successful in America, and it is established in 1960.

What is effect   of REIT?

Main effect of REIT may be commercial property get down in rate. And you can buy your office space with best rate.

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