Housing is an important milestone in any person’s life. However, with the increasing population in India, and the dramatic overpopulation of certain key areas in the nation, owning a house in a metro city is nearly impossible, to begin with, especially for those who cannot even afford to make ends
Rampant digitisation taking over has made applying and checking status of governmental procedures increasingly easier. With more schemes now aiming for an online presence for the sole reason that it offers better accessibility to the people, benefitting from governmental schemes has now become easy for the people who need it.
Offering financial assistance to the poor has been the aim of several governments over the decades. With the pandemic looming over the world at the moment, those who have been marginalized economically have been facing massive challenges ever since lockdowns have been announced. People barely are making enough to make
Housing has always been an issue in India. With property prices soaring exponentially, year after year, people with middle-class incomes are practically horrified at just the thought of falling into the procedure of buying a house. Those who fall below the poverty line and those in the labour force don’t
To provide a boost to the affordable housing segment, central govt. has raised tax deduction limit to Rs. 3.5 lakh on interest paid on housing loan. Now all the home loans sanctioned during this financial year for purchase of first home worth up to Rs. 45 lakh would comply with this interest