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Real Estate Titanic set to sink again in India
The Titanic was too huge to flop yet when it hit the iceberg; sinking
process was set in motion. The disaster and loss of lives was supported
Absence of planning inside – excessively couple of lifeboats!
Antagonistic condition outside – different ships too far-off and not
interestedin the rescue!
Sounds like the Real Estate story playing out, isn't that right?
Just to say that the ones who were left beyond words survived were
the ones who took the issues in their own hands.
Industry as a patient on working table!
No less than 1.5 lacs purchasers across NCR are stuck in different Real
Estate projectsacross manufacturers like Jaypee, Amrapali, ERA, MVL,
Ozone, Vigneshwara, Akme among numerous others.
These projects are stuck on the grounds that the cash gathered from
the purchasers has been
Redirected to put resources into different businesses.
Redirected to buy more land.
Redirected to purchase individual "resources" which are generally
"Benami" or held in names of family and companions.
What's more, THE WRONG SURGERY BEING PERFORMED?
Purchasers are exerting pressure on the developers.
Individuals are moving toward Courts and Government for
exertingpressure on these developers.
Media is being utilized to feature the plight of the purchasers.
Why I say it is short of what was expected
Shockingly, these steps won't bring any unmistakable change. The
developers just don't have cash and they have no way to raise capital as
Banks/Financial institutions are not prepared to broaden Loans as
they don't get feasible insurances and are additionally uncertain
of the cash flows. Many of the developers have as of now
maximized their debt limits.
The manufacturers are hesitant to offer their property
banks/Inventory at present costs and book losses.
The Builder's land banks have no takers as of today.
The Builder's unsold stock additionally faces a similar destiny.
Our glimmer of hope – turns into their long-rope
The developers keep on buying time while playing Delay Tactics by
making False Promises to the Buyers as well as to the
Courts&Government/Government Bodies too. This while no solid
measure is being taken to really complete the projects.
A current glaring example is the promise made by a major NOIDA based
manufacturer to its purchasers to hand over the activities in next 2
years. It would be a miracle if it happens and a high likelihood it won't.
At the point when the going was great and there was still time, most
developers like Amrapali, Japyee, ERA and numerous others picked not
to finish. Presently with each passing day the position of these
developers keeps on decreasing as opposed to increasing.
Furthermore, for what reason not?
Liabilities they have to pay for the deferrals are expanding.
Their debt troubles are not expanding, they are ballooning.
Cost of development is expanding.
It is simply an issue of time when these substances will additionally
weaken and disintegrate.
In the interim the innocent purchasers keep on getting troubled due to
The rentals which could accumulate once these properties are
finished keep on being lost.
The taxes which could have been spared because of the interest
service of the EMIs keep on being lost.
How might we escape this?
The solution is "Cash". None of the gatherings i.e. Government, Courts,
Government Bodies, Builders, Media starting today would have the
capacity to give the expected cash-flow to finish these ventures.