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SBI provides home loan

Posted on Nov 27, 2014
GUWAHATI, Nov 23 – The Assam Real Estate & Infrastructure Development Association (AREIDA) in association with State Bank of India (SBI), the largest bank in the country, is organising a home loan fair under the banner “Areida Realty Summit-2014” at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok, here a press release stated.

Ajanta Neog, Minister of PWD, who was the chief guest, along with Sanjay Kumar Magoo, Chief General Manager, State Bank of India, North Eastern Circle, formally inaugurated the fair in presence of PK Sarma, president of AREIDA, Mahendra A Sahu, general manager of SBI, distinguished guests, a large gathering of public and other senior functionaries of the bank.

The summit is providing an opportunities for customers and prospective buyers to meet 48 reputed builders and developers from Guwahati, Jaipur, Delhi, Kolkata and Bangalore to provide complete home solutions under one roof. On the occasion, SBI is proposing to give “in principle approval” to the customers based on certain criteria.

SBI is also giving concessions in margin money, rate of interest and processing fees for all the loans availed during the property fair period. With a view to providing one-stop solution for all their needs in the form of consultation and finance, SBI executives from HLST, RACPC, SBI Life, will be at their service at the SBI counter. Conferences and seminars are also being held at the summit and property and building materials are also being displayed, the release added.

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Real estate builders want vertical expansion of Guwahati

Posted on Apr 01, 2013
GUWAHATI: Real estate builders of Guwahati feel that vertical expansion of the city can help accommodate the increasing population.Thousands of people from other parts of the state and the northeast have migrated to the city in search of jobs further increasing its population and due to its slow expansion, the city has become congested.A top revenu ...
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Realty deals may gain ground in small towns

Posted on Mar 11, 2013
Land sharks, builders and corporates looking to buy land parcels around smaller towns and cities will find it easier to cut deals now.The Finance Bill 2013 that has refined the distance and population criteria for determining agricultural land as a capital asset will allow more such transactions around smaller towns with population of less than 10 ...
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Real estate developers request government to lower down the taxes on housing

Posted on Oct 29, 2012
The Assam Real Estate and Infrastructure Developers Association (AREIDA) has requested the state government to include all the combined burden of all the taxes on housing within an umbrella limit of 10 percent. Such burden shall include VAT, service tax, registration, labour tax, NOS fees and stamp duty. Mr. P.K Sharma, President, AREIDA made a s ...
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