At what rate

July 2014
Money Today;Jul2014, p4
The article discusses the need for real estate investors in India to compare the circle and market rates to get a clearer picture of the property's potential before buying a property. Topics discussed include the difference between the circle and market rates, how the circle rate will negatively impact a budget, and the role played by market rate in determining the buying capacity. Also mentioned is the link between the increase in circle rates and decline in the rate of transactions.


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