Tuesday, November 17, 2015

MHFC to provide home loans to CHB allottees

MHFC is currently financing several Chhattisgarh Housing Board (CHB) projects across the state - we are more than willing to sanction loans to low-income informal sector customers who lack proper income documentation / salary slips etc. 

Over the past several months, MHFC has taken part in credit camps across Chhattisgarh - our team recently took part in a camp in Raipur where we had numerous inquiries about our projects, loan terms and conditions and overall home loan process. Some pictures of the camp can be found below: 

For more information about projects in Chhattisgarh, please contact our loan officer in the region - Mr. Shekhar Kumar - at shekhar.kumar@mhfcindia.com or +91 9617660066

Alternatively, you could also contact us on 22660427 / 0069, email us at contact@mhfcindia.com or visit our website (www.mhfcindia.com) for more information. You could also fill out this form to help us serve you better. 

Monday, November 16, 2015

MHADA Nagpur division to build 20,000 affordable housing units over next 5 years

The Nagpur division of the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (MHADA) recently announced a plan to build 20,000 affordable homes for lower and middle income groups over the next 5 years. The state recently cleared decks for handing over 11 plots, that add up to little over 5.5 hectares, to MHADA. 

MHADA is an automatically approved developer for MHFC. Hence, for housing loans on MHADA flats, but only to buyers who are from the informal sector (those lacking salary slips or income tax returns to prove incomes) or financially excluded (who cannot get loans from other housing finance companies easily) - please contact us on 22660427 / 0069, email us at contact@mhfcindia.com or visit our website (www.mhfcindia.com) for more information. You could also fill out this form to help us serve you better. 

Pune-based Vastushodh Projects unveils 'Anandgram' project

Vastushodh Projects has recently announced the launch of India's largest affordable housing project by a private developer - AnandGram - located at Bhandgaon on the Pune - Solapur highway. The Pune-based realty company has successfully completed several affordable housing projects, and its most recent announcement should appeal to potential customers. 

The project will come up on a 22 acres picturesque plot at Bhandgaon near Yavat and will have over 2,000 affordable homes spread across 31 modern buildings. 

Some of the amenities at ‘AnandGram - Bhandgaon’ include lifts, community halls, a multipurpose playground, a school, shopping area, solar water heater, solar powered street lights, internal concrete roads and generator backup. Sizes of the homes will range from 249 square feet to 857 square feet, with multiple options that include 1 RK, 1 BHK and 2 BHK flats. More information about the project announcement can be found here

MHFC is one of the housing finance companies that has tied up with Vastushodh to provide home loans to customers who are planning on buying flats in this project. MHFC requires minimal documentation / income proof and will be more than willing to support informal sector customers who want to buy a house of their own. For more information regarding home loans for this project, please contact our manager in Pune - Mr. Suraj Pawar - on 8879543963. You may also email him at suraj.pawar@mhfcindia.com or email the head office at contact@mhfcindia.com. For more information about the project, you may call Vastushodh Projects on 9225192252. 

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Affordable Housing in Rajasthan

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ms Vasundhara Raje has recently launched a new scheme that aims to provide 20% cheaper homes to people from lower income group (LIG) and economically weaker sections (EWS). This is under the Rajasthan Housing for All project of the Rajasthan Housing Board that aims to build ten lakh homes by 2022 - 85% of which would be EWS and LIG. Under the scheme, 10% of land in both, government and private housing schemes would be reserved for LIG and EWS housing. In townships, developers would have to reserve 7% of the land for the same with the government offering a relaxation in the floor - area ratio conditions to private builders.

The Jaipur Development Authority (JDA) had under the scheme announced and then scrapped a scheme called the JDA New Flat Scheme 2015. The scheme that invited applications for 621 flats - 337 in EWS category, 219 in LIG category and 65 in MIG category - was scrapped in between after finding irregularities with allottee applications. However, the JDA has recently announced reinvitation of applications for EWS, LIG and MIG (medium income group) allotments under the same scheme.

The JDA has invited online applications for these flats from November 4 to 18 and will upload the list of allottees on their website on December 11, 2015 after documents of all allottees have been verified on December 9, 2015. A lottery of these houses would then be drawn on December 16, 2015.

MHFC has sanctioned over 1000 loans for allottees buying at these schemes in Jaipur and other districts in the state like Jhunjhunu, Jodhpur etc. and looks forward to helping out even more allottees needing loans to buy houses under these schemes.