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National Housing Bank of India

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    • outubro 2012
      Fonte: National Housing Bank of India
      Carregamento por: Rajesh Kumar
      Acesso em 11 outubro, 2012
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      If you are planning to go for a rented accommodation, your one of the most important concerns would be the amount of rent payable. Although your real estate agent (if you have hired one) will provide you some guidance, and the owner of the property will tell you the amount of rent demanded by him/her, it would be better if you crosscheck the rates through some authentic resource.
    • março 2015
      Fonte: National Housing Bank of India
      Carregamento por: Knoema
      Acesso em 16 janeiro, 2017
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      NHB launched RESIDEX for tracking prices of residential properties in India, in July 2007 by Shri P. Chidambram (then honourable Finance Minister). Till now it has been updated up to quarter ended September, 2014 Background: Keeping in view the prominence of housing and real estate as a major area for creation of both physical and financial assets and its contribution in overall National wealth, a need was felt for setting up of a mechanism, which could track the movement of prices in the residential housing segment. Regular monitoring of the house prices can be useful inputs for the different interest groups. Accordingly, National Housing Bank, at the behest of the Ministry of Finance, undertook a pilot study to examine the feasibility of preparing such an index at the National level. The pilot study covered 5 cities viz. Bangalore, Bhopal, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. Besides, a Technical Advisory Group (TAG), with Adviser, Ministry of Finance, as its Chairman and comprising of experts members form RBI, NSSO, CSO, Labour Bureau, NHB and other market players, was constituted to deal with all the issues relating to methodology, collection of data and also to guide the process of construction of an appropriate index .