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After 100 days of note ban, it is business as usual in real estate

In Mumbai, builders have once again started asking for part payment in cash

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After 100 days of note ban, it is as usual in some markets. In Mumbai, for instance, builders have once again started asking if part of the payment in a real estate transaction can be made in cash. The only difference is that if the good old rupee is in short supply, builders are ready to accept other currencies. Customers, meanwhile, are waiting for prices to drop.

After 100 days of note ban, it is business as usual in real estate

In Mumbai, builders have once again started asking for part payment in cash

In Mumbai, builders have once again started asking for part payment in cash
After 100 days of note ban, it is as usual in some markets. In Mumbai, for instance, builders have once again started asking if part of the payment in a real estate transaction can be made in cash. The only difference is that if the good old rupee is in short supply, builders are ready to accept other currencies. Customers, meanwhile, are waiting for prices to drop.

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After 100 days of note ban, it is business as usual in real estate

In Mumbai, builders have once again started asking for part payment in cash

After 100 days of note ban, it is as usual in some markets. In Mumbai, for instance, builders have once again started asking if part of the payment in a real estate transaction can be made in cash. The only difference is that if the good old rupee is in short supply, builders are ready to accept other currencies. Customers, meanwhile, are waiting for prices to drop.

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