Real Estate Statistics

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Chapte I : Population Status

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PS-1: Table> Cities having million (+) Population in 2001

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PS-2: Table> Population Statistics (million)

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PS-3: Table> Census Houses and Uses to which they are put (million)

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PS-4: Table> Migration Trends in Greater Mumbai

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PS-5: Table> Distribution of Migrants by Duration of Residence

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PS-6: Table> Share of Migrants from Various States

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PS-7: Table> Projected Population of greater Mumbai

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PS-8: Table> Projected Spatial Distribution Population in Greater Mumbai

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PS-9: Table> Top 20 Metropolitan cities in India (Population - 2006)

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PS-10: Table> Population Projection for Greater Mumbai when Maximum Density of a Ward

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PS-11: Table> Population Projection for Greater Mumbai when Maximum Density of a Ward

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PS-12: Table> Population Projection for Greater Mumbai when Maximum Density of a Ward

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PS-13: Table> Population Projection for Greater Mumbai when Maximum Density of a Ward

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PS-14: Table> Ward-wise Projection of population (High) for Greater Mumbai

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PS-15: Table>Ward-wise Projection of population( Medium ) for Greater Mumbai

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PS-16: Table> Ward-wise Projection of population (Low) for Greater Mumbai

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PS-17: Table> Real Estate Agents Fees

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Chapter II : Real Estate Finance

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REF-1: Table> Select Financial Sector Indicators. 2006-07

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REF-2: Table: Sectoral Deployment of Non-food Credit: Flows

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REF-3: Table: Retail Portfolio of Banks

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REF-4: Table> Lending to the Sensitive Sector by Scheduled Commercial Banks

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REF-5: Table> Lending to the Sensitive Sector - Bank Group-wise*

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REF-6: Table> Movements in Non-performing Assets ? Bank Group-wise

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REF-7: Table> NPAs recovered by SCBs through various Channels

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REF-8: Table> Gross and Net NPAs of Scheduled Commercial Banks ? Bank Group-wise

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REF-9: Table> List of Foreign Banks Operating in India ? Country-wise

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REF-10: Table> Structure of Co-operative Credit Institutions in India

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REF-11: Table> Net Non-Performing Assets

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REF-12: Table> Investment Requirement for Housing during 5 Year Plans

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REF-13: Table> Pugree Rates in Mumbai

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REF-14: Table> NPA - all scheduled commercial Banks

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REF-15: Table> NPA of PSB

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REF-16: Table> NPA - of State Bank Group

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REF-17: Table> NPA of Nationalised Banks

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REF-18: Table> NPA of Statistics of the three Major Term Lending Institutions

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Chapter III : Housing Finance

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HF-1: Table> (Amount Rs. crores) The classification of assets of scheduled commercial bank.

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HF-2: Table> (end of March 31) (in %)

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HF-3: Table> (end of March 31) (in %)

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HF-4: Table> NPS as a percentage of total advances

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HF-5: Table> Effective Rates on Home Loans

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HF-6: Table> Housing Finance Disbursements

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HF-7: Table> Retail Portfolio of Scheduled Commercial Banks

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HF-8: Table> The Securitisation Structure

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HF-9: Table> The Securitisation Market in India

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HF-10: Table> Advances to the Priority Sectors by Public Sector Banks

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HF-11: Table> Bank Group-wise Lending to the Sensitive Sectors

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HF-12: Table> Non-Performing Assets of Foreign Banks - Sector-wise

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HF-13: Table> Appendix Table III.29(B): Non-Performing Assets of Private Sector Banks

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HF-14: Table> Non-Performing Assets of Public Sector Banks

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HF-15: Table> Non-Performing Assets in Advances to Weaker Sections

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HF-16: Table> Sectoral Deployment of Non-food Credit: Flows

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HF-17: Table> Retail Portfolio of Banks

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HF-18: Table> Lending to the Sensitive Sector by Scheduled Commercial Banks

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HF-19: Table> Lending to the Sensitive Sector - Bank Group-wise*

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HF-20: Table> NPAs recovered by SCBs through various Channels

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HF-21: Table> Gross and Net NPAs of Scheduled Commercial Banks - Bank Group-wise

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HF-22: Table> Land cost comparison

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HF-23: Table> Scheduled Commercial Banks - Business in India

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HF-24: Table> Cash Reserve Ratio and Interest Rates

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HF-25: Table> Accommodation Provided by Scheduled Commercial Banks to Commercial Sector

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HF-26: Table> Outstanding Housing Loans to Scheduled Commercial Banks as on March 31

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HF-27: Table> Size-wise Disbursement of Housing Loans Outstanding by HFCs

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HF-28: Table> Classification of Income Tax Payable by Individuals

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HF-29: Table> Gross Fixed Capital Formation by Type of Asset & by Type of Institution

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HF-30: Table> Term-Wise Housing Loans Outstanding by HFCs (Rs Crore)

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HF-31: Table> Sectoral Deployment of Gross Bank Credit Outstanding as on March (Rs Crore)

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HF-32: Table> Domestic Savings in Physical (Rs Crore)

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HF-33: Table> Housing Loans of All Reporting HFCs and Commercial Banks

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Chapter IV : Cost Estimates

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CE-1: Table> Capital Costs in Housing

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CE-2: Table> Transaction Costs in Housing

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CE-3: Table> Costs in House Acquisition: Capital, Transaction and Financing

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CE-4: Table> Composition of Total Cost to the Buyer : Residential Properties (%)

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CE-5: Table> Composition of Total Cost to the Buyer: Commercial Properties (%)

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CE-6: Table> Composition of TC: Residential Properties (%)

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CE-7: Table> Composition of TC: Commercial Properties (%)

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CE-8: Table> Pattern of Variation in the Composition

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