Yearly Round-up & Outlook for 2021 on the real estate sector by Kaushal Agarwal - Chairman, The Guardians Real Estate Advisory

Yearly Round-up & Outlook for 2021 on the real estate sector by Kaushal Agarwal...

While the world will remember the year of 2020 for the coronavirus and the subsequent lockdowns, the real estate sector of India and especially...
Kaushal-Agarwal-–-Chairman-The-Guardians-Real-Estate-Advisory-on-RBI-policy-announcement.jpg

Kaushal Agarwal – Chairman, The Guardians Real Estate Advisory on RBI policy announcement

"Owing to inflation concerns and steep reductions previously, the RBI was expected to keep rates unchanged. With commercial banks being asked to consolidate profits...
Real-estate-developers-on-RBI-Policy-Review.png

Real estate developers on RBI Policy Review

Nagaraju Routhu, CEO, Hero Realty: RBI’s Monetary Policy announcement today is along expected lines. Given the fact that certain steps have already been taken in...
Accommodative-stance-necessary-to-revive-growth-Niranjan-Hiranandani.jpg

Accommodative stance necessary to revive growth: Niranjan Hiranandani

"The monetary policy committee’s decision to keep key rates unchanged was on expected lines and may continue in the near future to support growth...
http://projexsurvey.projectstoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Project-fraternity-shares-view-post-RBI-Policy-announcement.png

Ram Naik – Executive Director, The Guardians Real Estate Advisory on Finance Minister’s announcement

“The FM’s announcement of an increase in difference between the so called circle rates and the agreement value, will lead to further rationalisation of...
Project fraternity shares view post Finance Minister’s announcement

Project fraternity shares view post Finance Minister’s announcement

Bhushan Nemlekar - Director, Sumit Woods "The Central Government has taken a step in the right direction. Looking at the current market condition, many developers...
Project fraternity shares view post RBI Policy announcement

Project fraternity shares view post RBI Policy announcement

Tanuj Shori - Chief Executive officer, Square Yards The linking of risk weightage only to Loan to Value (LTV) ratio vis-a-vis the earlier practice of...
Project fraternity shares view post RBI Policy announcement

Project fraternity shares view post RBI Policy announcement

Mohit Goel, CEO, Omaxe With sharp reduction in policy rates announced since March, a pause was always on the cards. But we expected the apex...
;The RBI was expected to announce a status quo on rates after multiple and significant repo rate reductions over the past few months. The move to offer a further Rs 10,000 crore to NABARD & NHB will help bring liquidity to the sector. The 90 percent lending against gold will make it easier for the middle class to avail liquidity. It is important now for the RBI to further reduce the reverse repo to help banks lend further and let go of the cautious approach that has been adopted currently. Importantly, the move to form an expert committee to examine the one-time restructuring of loans will significantly help borrowers mitigate the impact of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns."

Kaushal Agarwal – Chairman, The Guardians Real Estate Advisory on RBI policy announcement

"The RBI was expected to announce a status quo on rates after multiple and significant repo rate reductions over the past few months. The...
“A Positive step by Reserve Bank of India to pay heed to India Inc’s long pending demand of one time restructuring of loans without classifying them as NPAs, by setting up an expert committee steered by KV Kamath. Opening up the window for restructuring of loans to companies, individuals and MSME under mandated safeguards grants breather to the liquidity strapped industry. A flexible repayment scheme under the new resolution framework shall bring in the much-needed relief to resume operations smoothly. He additionally acknowledged the fact accorded by the RBI governor of maximum transmission of rate cut benefits percolating down the banking stream, which shall be reflected in easing the credit supply to meet working capital needs of the Industry across the board. Additionally, liquidity of Rs 10,000 crore announced to be infused in NABARD and NHB will definitely aid the reeling sector to tide over the liquidity crisis”. This indicates that the fiscal measures by RBI have started showing the positive outcomes on the economy."

Dr Niranjan Hiranandani – President, Assocham & NAREDCO on RBI policy announcement

“A Positive step by Reserve Bank of India to pay heed to India Inc’s long pending demand of one time restructuring of loans without...