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  A Well-Planned, Secure Retreat Offers Retired Adults Everything They Looked For All Their Lives - Safety, Peace of Mind And Contentment    Life comes a full circle at 60, but for some it is a new beginning. Serene surroundings and an "inviting" post-retirement home can give one a new lease on ...
03/16/2009
  For the residents of Rewari, Pal Group is bringing a panorama of modern lifestyle in the form of a township in the New Rewari, Sector 32, namely Pal City. The project is situated at the best location possible in the New Rewari because the latest Development Plan 2021 is more NH-8 centric since...
03/15/2009
          B.L. Gupta Construction (P) Ltd. has recently expanded its horizon and will now construct and promote properties under its own banner as well. Operating under a renewed brand identity, BLGC maiden offering is a prime commercial space in heart of South Delhi, BLGC Square. Located in Okh...
03/15/2009
  Government is looking at various ways to boost demand in the housing sector, especially in the wake of GDP growth rate dropping to 5.3 per cent for the third quarter of the current fiscal, with a serious look at boosting affordable homes that can generate demand.   It is also in talks with bui...
03/12/2009
  After Being allowed by the Reserve Bank of India to restructure their loans, slowdown-hit real estate companies are getting their act together to generate revenue that would take care of interest payment on high-oat loans.   Builders say they are diverting land set aside for high end homes, ma...
03/12/2009
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  There is no denying the fact that applying for a home loan after retirement is not prudent. Banks also don't encourage it. Some banks (especially PSUs) give loans till the age of 70 inhale private banks don't go beyond 65 years. Besides, it's not always a good idea to take a home loan after int...
03/11/2009
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