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RBI Monetary Policy 2022 April: MPC meeting outcome, highlights, review summary - What all Governor Shaktikanta Das announced

RBI Monetary Policy 2022 April: In a major development, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday kept the benchmark interest rate unchanged at 4 per cent and going forward decided to withdraw its accommodative stance to ensure that inflation remains within the target level.

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Why housing sales in India are at their highest level since 2015

Lower loan interest rates and two years of pandemic-induced WFH are some of the reasons prodding more and more Indians to invest in buying homes. Data by Anarock, a leading property consultant, shows sales for the first quarter of 2022 at the highest level since 2015, surpassing the pre-pandemic levels. Over 99,550 homes were sold in India’s t..

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4 Reasons why NRIs should keep investing in real estate

The Indian real estate sector has remained a hot favourite of property investors from across the world. Being a basket of several options in terms of locations, Return on Investments and a propelling economy, India is a promising market for investors. Interestingly, the Non-resident Indians (NRIs) have taken a keen interest in the property marke..

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Homebuyers expect housing prices to rise over the next six months: Survey

Majority of potential homebuyers expect housing prices to rise over the next six months on higher input costs and they are looking for flexible payment plans along with discounts while deciding on making purchases of their dream homes

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Nearly 50% investors prefer real estate to stocks, gold and others

Almost half of investors prefer real estate to other asset classes such as stocks, gold, and fixed deposits, said a joint survey by Housing.com and National Real Estate Development Council (Naredco) of more than 3,000 people to gauge consumer sentiments for the first half of 2022.

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