How India's phantom flats are leaving home buyers' dreams in tatters

As real-estate sales slumped and the once red-hot market cooled, businesses unraveled -- leaving them grappling with debt

Signs of boom in affordable housing

Amit Khulve, a 34-year-old resident of the north Indian city of Noida, is still paying off the mortgage on an apartment he’s never lived in.

The sales executive says he

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