Parsvnath Expects Rs 2.10 Billion Revenue From Haryana Project

Real-estate firm Parsvnath Developers Ltd said on 30 september that it expects revenue of 2.10 billion rupees from a new housing project it launched at Dharuhera in the northern state of Haryana.

The project, spread over thirteen acres, is likely to be completed by 2011, the company said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, Parsvnath said it expects revenue of 400 million rupees from its just-launched housing project in Pune.

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  1. Posted October 3, 2008 at 1:35 am | Permalink

    According to a bill passed by the Haryana Assembly, realtors in the state will have to register themselves with the government. This spells good news for the common man. Till now, dealers didn’t take the responsibility if buyers discovered that the property they have bought belongs to someone else and was sold to them fraudulently. The law would require a property dealer to obtain a government licence to operate. This licence will have to be renewed every year. Property agents will also be accountable for every deal they help seal and charge commission for. Haryana always needed a law to regulate the activities of its real estate dealers who can operate in a particular city.For more view-

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