for January were revised down to a 0.2% decline from a previously reported gain of 0.1%. Year-on-year, pending home sales fell at annualized rate of 10.2% in February, worse than expectations for a 8.5% decline, after declining 9.3% in January. While rough winter weather may have disrupted home buying
11.28 AM Mar 28th
dear laurel advice if you want to buy a home buy housing finance companies and if yiu want to sell then buy dlf ,unitech,suzlon,kingfisher etc. i really like all housing finance companies and hold following 1.lic 2.gic 3.canfin 4.gruh 5.hdfc india bull and dewan are in my trading list sks sks
7.23 PM Oct 30th 2013
at 21033.97 with the gains of 104.96 points and Nifty shuts the shop at 6251.70 with an upside of 30.80 points. Some of the winning picks of the day; LIC Housing Finance(buy), Ranbaxy Labs(buy), Prime Focus(buy), Can Fin Homes(buy), Pidilite Industries(buy), Mt Educare(buy), Cox & Kings(buy), Edelweiss
4.50 PM Oct 30th 2013
Chinese economic data continues to support the red metal. Average prices of new homes in 70 Chinese cities in August edged up to their highest levels so far this year, driven by unabated home buying in major cities. On a year ago basis, growth in median home prices in 70 Chinese cities accelerated
12.05 PM Sep 18th 2013
Prudent banker should have linked the disbursements to stages of construction,unless it is game to over finance the customer to increase interest income for the bank.In USA, many banks landed themselves,customers and finally the country in to trouble by over financing home buying.Do bankers learn
9.06 PM Sep 4th 2013
why it will happen ? 10% surcharge at corporate profit . it means tax rate will be 33% from Q1. 1% tds on home buying over 50 lakh. only 33% COMPANY OF NIFTY WILL PRODUCE GOOD RESULT. TWO OIL GIANT HAVE BEEN TAKEN BY GOVT IN NEW ZAW OF REVENUE SHARING PROCESS. PICTURE IS GLOOMY.
10.28 PM Mar 2nd 2013
home buying must be made attractive. This has lost its sheen. Instead making the home loan rebate, make changes in the rule to attract more buying. One of the steps can be something like for first time buyers make home loans available at 6%for first 5years, and 8% for next 5 years and 10% for rest
2.35 PM Feb 4th 2013
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