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Housing Sales

Housing sales to rise 29pc in Jan-Mar: Report

Hyderabad likely to see 64% increase to 4,400 units in Q1 2021 from 2,680 units

Housing sales likely to drop 34% in FY21: India Ratings

The agency emphasised that the overall sales in FY22 could still be around 14 per cent below FY20 level.

Housing sales to fall 47 pc in 2020 across 7 top cities due to COVID-19

New housing supply, too, is likely to fall 46 per cent to 1.28 lakh units in 2020 in seven cities -- Delhi-NCR, Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kolkata.

Hyderabad realty heading towards recovery

City tops charts in terms of increase in housing launches, price increment and other parameters pan-India quarter-on-quarter

Hyderabad realty recovering faster

Housing sales improve sequentially to 1,609 units in the third quarter from 974 units in the second quarter, while office and retail segments see momentum

Covid-19 impact: Housing sales in top 7 cities down 61% in Jul-Sep

On a sequential basis, housing sales rose 34 percent to 14,415 units during the July-September period of this year as compared to 10,753 units in the April-June quarter.

Housing sales may fall 35% in 2020, demand for office space may shrink 30%

The pandemic would also adversely impact commercial (office and retail) real estate segment, which had been performing well during the last few years despite slowdown in the overall property market

Nationwide lockdown to impact housing sales, say realtors

To mitigate the impact, developers and brokers are adopting digital marketing tools to reach out to prospective home buyers.

Hyderabad sees 26% rise in housing prices since 2013: Anarock report

The growth in capital values of residential properties remained positive over the last six years despite weak investor sentiments, political instability and Telangana State agitation.

Housing launches in Hyderabad up 109% in Q2 2018

The city has garnered visibility on the Indian real estate map with its high liveability index compared to many other cities.

Note ban hit realty sector hard, but made it transparent: Experts

The expert said the positive impact on real estate is that "now even secondary transactions have converted to banking channel as there is no cash available".

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