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Is the housing market shrugging off note ban blues?

27 April, 2017

The residential real estate market in India’s nine biggest cities is showing some positive signs, after sales slumped following the government’s demonetisation drive. A report by realty portal PropTiger.com shows sales of residential properties across the nine cities rose 13% in the January-March period compared with a 22% fall in the previous quarter. Listen in.

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