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Changes in the taxation aspect of JDA will greatly encourage more land owners to partner with developers

February 2017

This has been one of the pathbreaking budgets with far-reaching changes especially for the real estate sector. It is positive that the real estate se...

Shishir Baijal, Knight Frank India, Pathbreaking budgets, PMAY, JDA

Budget is forward looking and growth-oriented

February 2017

Welcoming the Union Budget proposal for FY18, it is ‘forward looking’ and ‘growth-oriented’. The Finance Minister has ensured the affordable housing ...

Union Budget, Vineet Goyal, Kohinoor Development Corporation

The Budget would help in growth of consumption and infrastructure development

February 2017

Budget 2017 has focused on infrastructure, including digital infrastructure, increasing private investments, increase consumption and strengthen soci...

Dr Jaijit Bhattacharya, KPMG in India, Budget, Digital Infrastructure, Strengthen social sector

Manish Aggarwal, Partner and Head of Energy and Natural Resources, KPMG in India

February 2017

Budget 2017 augments the already established mode of using government budgetary spend to boost infrastructure in an overall tepid private sector inve...

Budget 2017, Boost infrastructure, Railways, Metros, Multi-modal transport, Highways, PPP, Solar mission, Integrated Transportation

The government may release land specifically for affordable housing development in central locations of major urban centers in India

February 2017

The announcements in Union Budget 2017-18 provided the much necessary push to housing affordability. Host of incentives to propel demand, streamline ...

Neeraj Bansal, Real Estate, Construction, KPMG in India, Union Budget 2017-18

The year 2017 will be the year of affordable housing

February 2017

We welcome the government decision to bring affordable housing in the infrastructure sector. Also, definition of affordable housing changed to make...

Pankaj Bansal, M3M, Union Budget 2017-18, Long Term Capital Gain

This is a great move to providing tax relief to developers in the residential sector

February 2017

Finance Minister impetus on ‘Housing for All by 2022’ by way of given affordable housing an infrastructure status is indeed a welcome step and will b...

Gaurav Gupta, Omkar Realtors, Union Budget 2017-18, Infrastructure

NHB allocation to refinance individual loans worth Rs 20,000 crore in new fiscal is an advantage to affordable housing

February 2017

Besides doing the much required ‘clean-up’ act, Budget 2017-18 gives major boost to the affordable housing and infrastructure sectors. The fact that ...

Jaffer Ali, PropUrban, Union Budget 2017-18, Housing for All by 2022, affordable housing, Clean-up, Budget 2017-18
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