Boom Time Over:-Keki Mistry, Vice Chairman Of Housing Development Finance Corp

According to Keki Mistry, vice chairman of Housing Development Finance Corp An increase in the housing supply, rising borrowing costs and a stock market rout are bringing a five-year property boom in India to a close, according to executives at two mortgage lenders. Property prices across the country could drop as much as 15% in the coming months. Gagan Banga, chief executive of Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd., predicted prices could decline as much as 20%.

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  1. Posted July 17, 2008 at 3:50 am | Permalink

    With slowdown hitting the real estate sector, land/property deals appear to be falling like ninepins. The latest deal to come unstuck is one involving the K Raheja Universal group and Lupin.
    According toSources the negotiations between the two parties for part of Lupin’s land at Boisar in Tarapur and Thane district has fallen through primarily because of the existing insecurity in the real estate market.

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