Offers range from waivers on GST and stamp duty to the usual discounts on basic selling price, free coins, modular kitchens, electronic appliances to even free cars and virtual cash
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
Post demonetisation, RERA, GST and insolvency proceedings against Jaypee and Amrapali, most developers are going all out to woo buyers with realistic, sentiment boosting’ marketing strategies.
While free gold coins and white goods continue to be offered as free gifts by developers this festive season, the new kid on the block is a GST waiver that has caught the fancy of many real estate developers this Navratras
The Telecom Commission has asked the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) to review its existing rules to ensure financial stability in the telecom industry. The sector has seen a decline in revenue in the second and third quarters due to Reliance Jio‘s freebies.
Buyers with different perspectives, look out for different deals during such festive periods. But what remains common is the due diligence required while picking the right deal
Realty developers are hopeful of clearing a large portion of their inventory pile-up during this festive season by luring in buyers with freebies and discounts, even as they sit tight on declared prices, said industry experts.
Amid tight fiscal situation, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar today said hedoes not expect big freebies like cheap crop loans in the forthcoming Budget for 2013-14 which is likely to be 'a tight Budget'.
Its been raining discounts on passenger cars, especially those running on petrol, this December. Most car makers offer discounts every year in December to clear out old stock.