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adProperty News For December 2009

8% home loan scheme to stay: sbi
Source : Business Standard Published On : 2009-12-01 City : Mumbai

The country’s largest lender, State Bank of India SBI, today said it has no plans to revise its most popular home loan scheme which charges 8 per cent interest for the first year.

The clarification comes amid media reports that SBI may withdraw the scheme from November 7.

News reports have been appearing in various newspapers across the country indicating that SBI plans to withdraw its special home loan schemes carrying an interest rate of 8 per cent for the first year of the repayment period. SBI has no immediate plans to revise interest rates on home loans, the bank said....

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Drs logistics in rs 450-cr warehousing expansion
Source : Business Standard Published On : 2009-12-01 City : Mumbai

We have started scouting for a private equity player to infuse funds and expect to close the deal in 90 days from now.

The expansion will see the creation of a 2-million sft warehousing space at Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh, Hosur in Karnataka and Sriperembudur in Tamil Nadu, AK Agarwal, director business of the Rs 500-crore DRS Group, told mediapersons here on Monday.

DRS propose to float a special purpose vehicle SPV– DRS Warehousing South Private Limited – in which the prospective PE investor will hold 50 per cent while DRS will invest the rest by way of land. The company has already acquired 72 acre, of the required 100 acre for the expansion....

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Hdfc launches dual-rate home loan product
Source : Business Line Published On : 2009-12-02 City : Mumbai

HDFC has launched a special home loan product at a fixed rate of 8.25 per cent a year valid up to March 31, 2012 and the applicable floating rate for the balance term. This is a flexible product with dual rates, said a company release.

This scheme is applicable for all new loans irrespective of the amount. After March 31, 2012, the interest rate will be changed to the then prevailing floating rate and will vary with the loan amount.

HDFC now has three slabs, that is, loans up to Rs 30 lakh, loans more than Rs 30 lakh and up to Rs 50 lakh and loans of Rs 50 lakh and above....

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Developers using realty ipo to repay debt
Source : Indian Realty News Published On : 2009-12-01 City : New Delhi

Realty stocks are off their lows and quite a few real estate stocks have outperformed the broader market in the past 12-months, but the sector still seems to be facing financial headwinds.

Nothing illustrates this better than the spate of new initial public offerings IPO from the sector. Nearly a dozen developers have announced plans to raise a large amount of capital from the primary market and most of them are raising equity to pay off debt rather than use the proceeds to fund growth.

While a company has full discretion over the use of IPO proceeds, as long as it makes full disclosures, hitting the market to raise money to settle debt primarily is a sign of the precarious financial health of some of the real estate developers....

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Fdi in real estate may get rid of three year lock-in period
Source : Indian Realty News Published On : 2009-12-01 City : Chennai

Foreign investment in the real estate sector may potentially no longer be subject to the statutory three year lock-in period.

It is believed that the department of industrial policy & promotion, ministry of commerce & industry, recently circulated a draft note for consideration of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, where it has proposed to remove the condition of minimum period for repatriation of the original foreign investment.

Under FDI policy as on date, 100% foreign investment, without government approval automatic route, is permitted in townships, housing, built-up infrastructure and construction-development projects....

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