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Credai seeks single window clearance, reduction in stamp duty

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The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (Credai) has requested the Government of Tamil Nadu to launch a single window system to build approvals and reduce stamp fees.
In a letter to Tamilnadu Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, Credai Tamil Nadu President S. Sreedharan said the state government should implement the long-awaited single window clearance. He said this would lead to the dynamic and vibrant growth of industry in the state.
The single window system will throw entire building approvals online, including all planning applications, including planning permission and completion certificates, at the click of a button.

Credai Chennai chapter president W S Habib said the government should take immediate steps to reduce stamp duty.

“With amendments to the Tamil Nadu Combined Development and Building Rules, we expect that further measures such as reduction in stamp duty on a par with other states will benefit the revival and robust growth of real estate of the state,” he said.

Government of Tamil Nadu extends time for payment of property tax by three months

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In a relief to the people put to hardships due to coronavirus crisis, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Palaniswami on Tuesday extended the time for making due payments for various loans and other payments by three months.

In his statement, Tamilnadu Chief Minister said property tax, water charges, farm loan installments for co-operatives, home loan installments for co-operatives, Tamil Nadu Housing Board, fisheries loan installment and linen cooperatives have been deferred.

The government has announced the repayment of loans to Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation (TIIC), soft loans received from Tamil Nadu Limited State Industrial Development Corporation (SIPCOT) and maintenance costs for units operating on SIPCOT industrial estates.

The Chief Minister also said a Rs 200 crore special fund would be set up to finance the emergencies of micro, small and medium sized units.

Know your Locality – Alandur

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Alandur was the constituency from where former Chief Minister MG Ramachander won the 1967 Assembly elections.
There are two landmarks like the Nehru statue and the Kadipara junction. Officers Training Academy is nearby

The first leg of the Metro train was recently launched from Alandur, the nearest railway station is
St. Thomas Mount Railway Station; There are plans to accommodate five public transit routes: Suburban Railway,
Southern Railway, Metro Rail, MRTS and Public Buses. The St. Thomas Mount Railway Station provides accommodation
for over 1200 cars. This is the first time the two sites’ business location will be linked to the transit center

Some of the educational institutes are the AJS Nidhi H SS, St.Peters MHSS, Sri Chakaravarthy International
Matriculation Academy, PSBB Millennium School, Mont Fort High School etc. , Elite School of Optometry, Central
Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology.

Some of the temples in Alandur are more than 200 years old named Thulukanathamman Temple, Padai Veetu Amman,
Sri Veera Anjaneya Temple, Dharmaraja Koil, Sri Subramanya Swamy Koil, Vembuli Amman Koil and many more.
Some of the churches are the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, the Christ Church and the Garrison Church.

Ongoing Projects In Alandur
Sankar’s Habitat
Property Type :Apartments
Bedroom(s) : 2 , 3 BHK
Price Per Sqft :6990 *
Price Ranges : 56.06 L – 84.30 L *
Project Status :Under Construction

Villas or apartments? The choice is obvious

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As a result of the displacement of information technicians for work in the city, there is a high demand for residential housing in Chennai.

Chennai has long been known as the city of beautiful bungalows and villas. People wanted to live in their own homes rather than share the framework with others. However, the trend has changed over the past two years. “There is a shortage of large land packets in the city. In addition, the increase in property prices and the floor Space Index (FSI) has resulted in developers choosing vertical growth and higher growth in suburban areas or peripheral locations ” Says Pritam Mehra, the director general of the Chennai operations and CPRs consultancy company.

Sustainable economic activity, policy initiatives aimed at attracting investments and the availability of skilled manpower have established Tamil Nadu as one of Indias leading investment destinations. In the past few years, Chennai has seen a large number of information technology (IT) and multinational companies (MNC), which have led to the increase in migration of young professionals to the city. Millhouses in the city for better job opportunities want to live in apartments that are easily maintained with relatively low rent costs. All this stimulated the need for vertical development in Chennai.

In 2014, more than 16 of the total number of new ladders (28,540 units) are in the second place in Chennai. The stock has now fallen to five percent of the total 13,000 units launched in 2019. As compared to Chennai city, Sanjay Chuck, City head-Chennai, Anarak Property consultants say that by easing the rules, developers are now creating structures. A class based on technology, structure, and design. “The latest trend indicates that the city is gradually warming to vertical growth, with at least 16 percent of the projects launched in 2019, with 21 Storelines or more tall towers, ” he Says. “The rising skies carry bows to demand from the rich who grow towards ‘ ski villas ‘ rather than the Swangi bungalows or the sea-facing reverses,” he points out.

The need for affordable and middle class housing is being guided by professionals working in the major information technology centres and its surrounding information technicians and the major industrial centers of the city. Depicting him, “high demand and affordable housing for the middle section encourages developers to meet these two sections. “

Things You Should Know Before Buying Your Dream Home

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Buying a dream home is an exciting process, but it takes a lot of research and effort to find a home that fits all your expectations at a reasonable price point. Various options can be overwhelming and intimidating, especially if you are a first-time home buyer. That is why you need proper research before investing in any property.

Before investing in a desired apartment or flat, you need to look at many aspects such as monthly income, financial
affordability, family size and plans for the future.

Once you figure out what kind of home you need, it can make the home buying process even more complicated.
There are many options to choose from such as a simple 1BHK apartment, villas, luxury apartments and modern mansions.

Choose projects only if you are comfortable with the area, look at the surroundings.It is important to look at schools, supermarkets, hospitals and shopping malls. These things should be easily accessible nearby.

Before spending your money on property you should also consider transport facilities, make sure there are bus, metro and carriage options so you can travel around different areas without any problems.

The builder you are negotiating with must be reliable and trustworthy, and it is best to choose the best builder like Sankar Infra Projects that provide the most professional realtors to help you avoid problems and help you with everything you need.

Great growth in Chennai

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Great growth in Chennai

The report, published by real estate consulting firm Anarak, shows that South Indian cities such as Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad have seen significant growth.
Ankara Research Institute has reported that Chennai has performed better than many other North Indian cities, including Delhi.
Commenting on this, Santosh Kumar, Vice President, Anarak, said, “The real estate sector in 2018 is on the upswing. The impact of changes in real estate policy has been diminishing day by day. The real estate sector is currently looking for a rebound. ” said.
Apart from apartments, small business and industrial office sectors have also seen strong growth in South Indian cities such as Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. While these cities have seen a 20% growth in residential sales, the northern and western cities have seen a 15% to 18% growth.
Only 19% of the units sold in South Indian cities are leftovers. But, the Delhi NCR has a lot to offer. Only 28% of the area was not sold.

In South Indian cities, office-related real estate sales are 21 million square feet. In Delhi alone, the segment has sold over 6 million square feet.


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