Cash discounts, lower interest rates, free accessories, GST, stamp duty waivers, free maintenance and swap of your property, builders are leaving no stone unturned to attract homebuyers this season.
Overall sales value in 2020 highest in MMR (Rs 49,313 crore) followed by Bengaluru (Rs 12,569 crore) and NCR (Rs 9,430 crore); Upcoming festive season to see more homebuyers back on the market, a report has said
Sales of housing units increased by 104 percent in the top seven cities of the country, with Delhi-NCR making the biggest gains, a report by real-estate data research firm PropEquity says.
The Centre, on October 6, issued a series of standard operating procedures (SOPs) that people will have to follow during the upcoming festive season.
The top categories that are likely to see high levels of consumer interest this festive season are grocery and food supplies, white goods and appliances, consumer electronics, home renovation and fashion.
The move, which will also help generate employment opportunities, will enable faster and more efficient delivery of packages during the festive season that sees a major spike in orders.
Lucky draws, luxury cars, 43-inch smart TV sets, mobile phones, tablets, and soundbars are all there. But most of these schemes are on offer every year. Lockdown restrictions do not give malls much room to innovate. Malls say festive season is about hope and that’s what they are counting on.
Tap social media to engage with the customer, strengthen e-commerce channels and increase advertising — these are some of the tips the experts have for apparel retailers looking to rebound from the hammering they have taken in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak
Strong demand, fuelled by lucrative discount offers and backed by retail loan push from banks led to a boost in consumer durable loans in months of August, September and October.
Parnika Sokhi talks about the sales of consumer durables during the festive season.
The degree of optimism observed in October was among the weakest in the near 14-year survey history.
In tier-I cities, property enquires have increased by 15-20 percent and nearly 70 percent of them are for ready-to-move-in properties.
It is, however, imperative for banks to facilitate a faster transmission of these rate cuts to ensure that the measures reap results for the real estate sector, said experts.
The next few months should provide clues on whether the consumption engine is staging a revival or not
In NCR, developers are doling out discounts by way of GST and stamp duty/registration charges waivers and some are even topping it up with free car parking and clubhouse membership.
Physical gold is no longer the sole investment option for people looking to add sheen to their finances this festive season. Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis on which form of gold can yield better returns this Diwali.
Sakshi Batra does a 3 point analysis on what do the sales numbers tell us as well as what are the big challenges various segments of the auto industry face right now.
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Real estate experts also cautioned that while the central bank’s decision to keep the repo rates unchanged could prove to be favourable for the real estate sector in the short-term, it could be a worrisome development from a macro-economic long term prospective.
Let sentiments not play the main role in property buying today. Mindfully analyze the actual festive benefits before taking the final call. And don’t forget to buffer in for those hidden charges
Flipkart, which kicked off its 'The Big Billion Days' (TBBD) sale yesterday, said it has sold 1.3 million smartphones within the first 20 hours of the category opening for sale.
India,Sugar,Sugar mills,Festive season,ram Vilas Paswan,economy,#IndiaHybridWeek,Sugar mills will not be allowed to hold more than 21 percent of their output in stocks by the end of September, and they have to bring down stock level to 8 percent of output by the end of October, Indian food minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on twitter.
Trading in Gold ETF segment has been tepid in the last three financial years. They had witnessed an outflow of Rs 903 crore, Rs 1,475 crore and Rs 2,293 crore in 2015-16, 2014-15 and 2013-14, respectively.
According to IDC's quarterly mobile phone tracker, 29.1 million smartphones were shipped to India in the third quarter of 2015. The shipment was higher by 17.4 percent than April- June 2016 quarter when shipment stood at 27.5 million units.
Marketmen said a steep fall in sweetener prices was mostly due to to reduced offtake by bulk consumers including confectioners and soft-drink makers following end of festive season.