Category Archives: Mysore

Project Update – NH 275

 

Mysore Madikeri Economic Corridor Expressway Project Update

Project Cost – 3883 Crores (NHAI Project)

Work commencement – June 2022

Total Road length – 93 KM between Mysore to Kushalnagar

Bypasses @ Mysuru City, Bilikere, Hunsur City, Periyapatna & Kushalnagar

As a result of this project, travel time between Bangalore to Madikeri will be reduced from 7 Hours to 3.5 Hours

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Effect of Pandemic on Residential Properties

Pandemic has accelerated sales of residential properties in smaller cities because some of these living spaces are available in developed and habituated townships. Demand for condos and integrated townships in Tier II cities has also seen a surge, with increased need of safer environment and amenities within gated communities.

Organisations are planning to continue work from home and policies like Atmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India will create opportunities in tier II & III cities.

Reverse migration is also likely to continue for some time so demand in these cities will increase. If you analyse residential sales from 2014 to 2019, tier I cities grew at 28%, but tier II grew faster at 51%.

Tier II and III cities have witnessed considerable rise in demand in the recent past, primarily due to accessible pricing, more space, better returns on investment and lower cost of acquisition, mostly for ready to move in units according to senior executive director, DLF Home Developers Ltd.

After Pandemic, there is a rise in trend among homebuyers to build a lifestyle away from the hustle of a metropolitan cities. People are buying well-developed plots and independent villas instead of houses in group housing societies or in high rise buildings.

 

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Financing your property buying simplified

Buying a property whether it is house or plots or land can be exciting and cause for celebration but also exhausting if you’re not prepared for it. Preparing your finances is a big part of buying properties. Here are few things you should consider before financing your property purchase.
First, Set up a budget based on your expenses such as buying habits, monthly bills and instalments, family commitments and other stuffs including medical and hospital requirements.
Second, Try to reduce your debts and increase your income. Sell things which you aren’t using or lying inactive. Clear unnecessary goods which are no longer in use. Pay more on credit card bills and other instalments if any to improve your credit scores. Good credit history improves your credibility. The last thing you want to find is that you’re not financially qualified to buy it. To guarantee you’re financially ready to buy your first home, you’ll need good credit, encash, and a verifiable income.

Third, Save money for down payment. Paying higher down payment while buying a property can get you better offer and lower interest rates on your bank loan.

Fourth, Check for Govt. Housing Schemes and subsidy or Grants if you are eligible for it. As eligible buyers can avail part of the total amount through this.
Keep your documents ready to verify your income and finances. Good Luck.

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Land acquisition for formation of an industrial corridor @ Bilikere

The proposed land acquisition for formation of an industrial corridor which was long pending has again gathered pace. In a recent meeting attended by District Incharge minister among others, held at Mysore, it was decided to identify uncultivated lands in Bilikere, Manuganahalli, Ankanahalli etc of Hunsur Taluk for acquisition by KIADB for formation of an industrial cluster. This move give further give impetus to the overall growth of the vicinity.

Check out developed plots in Bilikere, Mysore by Yesh Developers.

Ankanahalli Bilikere Land Aquisition

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Greater Mysuru (Bruhat Mysuru Mahanagara Palike)

Greater Mysuru (Bruhat Mysuru Mahanagara Palike)

Great news for Namma Mysuru Residents. Mysore City Corporation (MCC) will soon be upgraded to Greater Mysuru (Bruhat Mysuru Mahanagara Palike).

The upgradation will either be based on the population or on other parameters as decided in the meeting with the local elected representatives & officials. Eight Gram Panchayats (GPs) have also qualification to be merged with the City Corporation.

Once upgraded, the basic facilities like water, roads, street lights etc will be provided / maintained by BMMP and mysore properties in the vicinity will be likely to go up.

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Mysore – Bangalore – Chennai Bullet Train

Quick Facts –

  • Distance : 435 KM High Speed Rail Corridor
  • Route : Mysore – Bangalore – Chennai
  • Land Acquisition : National Highway Authority Of India (NHAI) will initiate land acquisition in consultation with Indian Railways
  • Travel time : Mysore to Chennai in 2 Hours 25 minutes as against the 7 – 10 Hours currently. Bangalore – Mysore in 45 Minutes
  • Maximum Speed – 300 to 320 KMPH
  • Sanction / Decision taken by : Group of Infrastructure Ministers led by Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways Sri. Nitin Gadkari.
  • The project is one among the 7 new high speed bullet train routes finalised
  • The seven high-speed rail corridors are :
  1. Delhi to Varanasi via Noida, Agra and Lucknow
  2. Varanasi to Howrah via Patna
  3. Delhi to Ahmedabad via Jaipur and Udaipur
  4. Delhi to Amritsar via Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Jalandhar
  5. Mumbai to Nagpur via Nasik
  6. Mumbai to Hyderabad via Pune
  7. Chennai to Mysore via Bengaluru.
  • The rail corridor will align with Green Field Expressway (Road) projects to integrate the Rail network in the country

It is pertinent to note that The National High Speed Rail Corporation of India (NHSRCL) had called bids for executing stage-1 preliminary route development (alignment and aerial design) for The Mysore-Chennai High-Speed Rail corridor in February 2020

The project, once implemented, along with a fully functional Airport, will make Mysore easily accessible from different parts of India & will fillip the overall growth of Mysore City into an Industrial, Economic & Tourist Hub.

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Landmark Change to The Karnataka Land Reforms Act

In a significant change to the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961, Governor Vajubhai R. Vala on 13/07/2020 signed the Karnataka Land Reforms (Amendment) Act, 2020, a month after the Karnataka Cabinet passed an ordinance making amendments to the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961. Following the Governor’s consent, the State Government has notified the Amended Act in the Gazette notification.

Accordingly, the amendments –

  • Allow Non-agriculturist to purchase agricultural Land (Farm land) in Karnataka. However, restrictions on purchase of irrigated land by non-agriculturist remain
  • Removed the ceiling on income from non agricultural sources to buy agricultural land
  • Also increased the ceiling on number of units of land a person/family can hold

Accordingly, Sections 63(A), 79(A), 79(B), 79(C) in the existing Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961, were repealed to enable these changes.

With these changes –

  • Farmers are expected to get better prices for their land
  • Organised farming will get a fillip
  • Technology adoption & modernisation of agricultural practises is expected to increase

Reduce corruption & promote industries alike

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Mysore Madikeri Economic Corridor Expressway Project

Quick Facts

  • Length of the Expressway – 115 Km – 4 lane, 150 ft road with median
  • Estimated Cost of the Project – Rs. 6000 Crore
  • Project implemented by – National Highway Authority of India (NHAI)
  • Expressway will connect – The cultural capital of Karnataka (Mysuru) & Capital of Kodagu (Madikeri)
  • Road Alignment – Paschimavahini in Srirangapatna to Kushalnagar with bypassing Mysuru, Bilikere & Hunsur
  • Project status – Land required for the expressway has been notified and land acquisition is ongoing (as of February 2020)
  • Project timeline – The project is expected to the complete by 2024
  • Will the existing NH 275 (Mysore – Yelwala – Bilikere – Hunsur – Madikeri) also remain in use – Yes. The new expressway will run parallel to the existing NH 275
  • The project is expected to reduce the travel time between Bangalore to Madikeri to 3 Hours

For updates on this project visit – https://bit.ly/3i2MY1Z

Mysore Madikeri Economic Corridor Expressway Alignment

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What is REAL ESTATE?

Real estate is –

  • Is India’s 5000 year old first choice of  investment
  • Parents & Forefathers blessings
  • It is Senior citizen’s only source of income & wealth 
  • A Widows support
  • A Father’s pride
  • A Husband’s promise to his wife for life long shelter & happiness
  • A Brothers protection to his Sister
  • It’s a Child’s nest & dream
  • A Soldiers support system back home
  • its a roof for covid patients
  • its education
  • It’s the only ASSET from which banks can recover money from bankrupt companies
  • it’s prestige upon which a father gives his daughter’s hand to a stranger

 

Real Estate is REAL ASSET, and invested wisely, yields highest ROI compared to any other asset class.

Cheers!

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Initiatives to be taken by Karnataka State Government to revive Real Estate Industry

7th May 2020, Bangalore

As we move from Lockdown 2.0 to INDIA 2.0, we all look forward to the State government to dole out incentives & freebies to kick-start the Economy. But post COVID-19 we all know that the government’s coffers are all empty and any recommendation that will help increase the revenue of the government and at the same time, revive the industry will be more than welcome!

Real estate is driven by sentiment and there is much that needs to be done to push the demand side of it. We have been hearing news about countries like Japan, USA & South Korea wanting to move their manufacturing units from China to countries like India, Philippinnes etc. Land twice as much as Luxembourg is made available by some of the Indian states but Karnataka does not figure much in this list. In contrast neighbouring states like Andhra Pradesh, Telangana & Tamil Nadu have constituted expert committees with representatives from Korea & Japan to attract these industries

For any industry, the primary requirement is LAND.

A case in point is that of POSCO. POSCO, a South Korean conglomerate, after signing an MOU with the state government, was to set up an integrated steel plant in North Karnataka and scouted for land in Tier 2 cities of Bellary, koppal & Bijapur. For over many years the required land could not be acquired and eventually the project was stalled. Similar was the fate of AccelorMittal who were looking for land in Bellary for setting up a steel plant. Its been over 10 years & even today the projects have not taken off as the land was not made available by the state government.

If Land can be allotted by the state government, say in 30 days or 60 days and a single window clearance mechanism is established, including environmental clearances, a lot of industries will come to Karnataka. Karnataka has the required manpower, skilled labour, raw materials etc. Once these industries are setup, it will help develop the Tier 2 & Tier 3 cities & inturn increase employment, incomes & the entire vicinity of these factories will improve.

This is a major opportunity that the state of Karnataka should capitalise on.

We get a sense that our government is listening –

  • On returning from World Economic Forums our CM has proposed changes to the age old Karnataka Land reforms Act in sections 79A, 79B, 80 & 109 thereby making land easily accessible for industries.
  • Land conversions & Building plan approvals have gone online
  • Online registrations is also in the making for the first time in Karnataka

Some of the other changes that we recommend which will increase revenues for the government & also kick-start the Real Estate Industry are –

  • Not just tweaking it, but abolition of Section 79A & 79B and amending Section 80 & Section 109 of Karnataka Land reforms Act, thereby paving the way for investments in agricultural lands by individual & industries alike.
  • Extension of validity of all approvals already obtained by a period of 9 – 12 months to accommodate the delay caused by CORONA
  • Reduce stamp duty to 3% for a limited period of 6 months to induce the fence sitters to invest in Real Estate. A case in point if the state of Maharashtra which has already announced reduction in stamp duty by 1%
  • Revise guidance value of properties as they are at present exorbitant
  • Definition of affordable housing to be raised from 20 Lakhs to 45 Lakhs for reduced Stamp duty benefits as announced in the state budget
  • Property tax waiver for 1 year
  • On the approval side –
    • Issue of Commencement Certificate (CC) & Completion Report (CR) to be made online
    • Ease of doing business initiatives
    • Single window approval system without much of manual interface
    • Payment of statutory fee / Dues / license fee to be linked to stage of construction of Real estate project
    • Release orders – while the intent of the provision is well received, it puts enormous pressure on the developer to complete all civil works and obtain all NOC’s from a plethora of departments & only then be able to register plots. This eventually increases the selling price of the end product. Instead, relaxation from 100% release on complete development to the hitherto system of 40:30:30 rule or equivalent is recommended.

These measures, along with the steps taken by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to put of money in the hands of the consumers & also paving the way for reduction in interest rates on housing loans will have a multiplier effect, boost demand and revive the Real Estate industry.

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