International Journal of Trends in Commerce& Economics
Volume1 issue 8 August 2012
Dr A Sajeevan Rao, Professor (Marketing) Bharati VidyaPeeth University, New Delhi Pushpendra Panwar, Research Scholar, Singhania University Rajasthan.
This paper presents the review of the factor influencing the housing financing supply in Indian Economy. In particular, it finds those criteria which have become significantly important in motivating the choice. In the early 21 st century, the housing industry in India was one of the few sectors that was growing at a healthy rate of 28-30% in spite of the economic slowdown. A host of reasons were responsible for this growth, including favorable government policies, increased corporate activity, and above all, an increasing customer-base. During 2000-2002, the government had announced many industry-friendly policies; in addition, during the same period, real estate prices had also gone down across the country.
An Assessment of the Indian Housing Finance System: Crucial
Mr. Ch. Hari Govinda Rao1, Dr. N. Apparao
(Research scholar, Department of Management Studies, Vignan's Institute of Information Technology, India) 2(Department of Management Studies, JNTUK University, India)
House is a centre and domestic device for mankind's moral and substance development ever since the dawn of civilisation. Housing is one of the most important that we human beings need. Adequate housing is essential for human survival with dignity. There are many things that we would find difficult, if not impossible to do without good-quality housing. Housing shortage is a universal phenomenon. It is more acute in developing countries. The housing dimension in India has been changing in recent years. India has initiated so many housing reform that has taken many forms and manifestations...