Home sales up 46% in NCR in Jan on higher demand in Gr. Noida
Housing sales in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), however, dropped by 14 per cent, according to PropEquity that tracks over 45,000 projects of 8,200 developers in over 40 cities.
The total absorption in NCR stood at 8,812 units in January 2013, a 46 per cent increase from last year's January figure of 6,032 housing units. "This revival in NCR is caused by higher sales velocity in Greater Noida, Yamuna Expressway, Noida Extension and Faridabad.
"The clearing up of the land acquisition issues lumbering upon the area along with the highly affordable units available in Yamuna Expressway and Noida Extension have resulted in the sale of 3,998 units in January 2013," PropEquity Founder and Chief Executive Officer Samir Jasuja said in a statement.
Last year sales numbers for the month of January for Greater Noida, Yamuna Expressway, and Noida Extension stood at 694 units, he added.
However, Jasuja said Gurgaon is still not very upbeat and witnessed a 4 per cent drop in absorption numbers during the period under review. The new launches in NCR dropped by 35 per cent to 5,208 units from last year January's 8,041 units.
Jasuja said the developers in key cities of NCR and MMR have controlled new launches keeping in mind the liquidity crunch as well as
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