CREDAI thanks Finance Minister MOS Finance and Minister Housing Urban Affairs along with their team of officers for the most patient hearing today on steps for reviving housing and real estate The meeting being held on Sunday morning which lasted for two hours indicates the sense of earnestness and urgency On behalf of CREDAI we hope to have succeeded in highlighting the urgency to ease the liquidity constraint in the interest of timely delivery to home buyers CREDAI also argued in favor of RERA being given due recognition in resolution of legacy issues Immediate and positive steps from the Government will enable developers to contribute their mite to achieving PM s vision of Housing for All by 2022

CREDAI thanks Finance Minister, MOS Finance and Minister Housing & Urban Affairs along with their team of officers for the most patient hearing today on steps for reviving housing and real estate. The meeting being held on Sunday morning which lasted for two hours indicates the sense of earnestness and urgency. On behalf of CREDAI, we hope to have succeeded in highlighting the urgency to ease the liquidity constraint in the interest of timely delivery to home buyers. CREDAI also argued in favor of RERA being given due recognition in resolution of legacy issues. Immediate and positive steps from the Government will enable developers to contribute their mite to achieving PM’s vision of ‘Housing for All by 2022’.

CREDAI thanks Finance Minister, MOS Finance and Minister Housing & Urban Affairs along with their team of officers for the most patient hearing today on steps for reviving housing and real estate. The meeting being held on Sunday morning which lasted for two hours indicates the sense of earnestness and urgency. On behalf of CREDAI, we hope to have succeeded in highlighting the urgency to ease the liquidity constraint in the interest of timely delivery to home buyers. CREDAI also argued in favor of RERA being given due recognition in resolution of legacy issues. Immediate and positive steps from the Government will enable developers to contribute their mite to achieving PM’s vision of ‘Housing for All by 2022’.

CREDAI thanks Finance Minister, MOS Finance and Minister Housing & Urban Affairs along with their team of officers for the most patient hearing today on steps for reviving housing and real estate. The meeting being held on Sunday morning which lasted for two hours indicates the sense of earnestness and urgency. On behalf of CREDAI, we hope to have succeeded in highlighting the urgency to ease the liquidity constraint in the interest of timely delivery to home buyers. CREDAI also argued in favor of RERA being given due recognition in resolution of legacy issues. Immediate and positive steps from the Government will enable developers to contribute their mite to achieving PM’s vision of ‘Housing for All by 2022’.

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