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Housing sales in 2019 rise 6% to 46,920 units in Delhi-NCR, says Anarock

Across seven major cities, sales rose by 5 per cent to 2,61,370 units in 2019 compared to 2,48,310 units in the previous year

Press Trust of India 

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in the national capital region went up by 6 per cent to 46,920 units during 2019 on higher demand for affordable homes and completed flats, according to property consultant Anarock. Prices in remained stagnant at nearly ~4,600 per sq ft, while unsold inventories fell by 6 per cent to 1,75,079 units from 1,86,714 units.

Across seven major cities, sales rose by 5 per cent to 2,61,370 units in 2019 compared to 2,48,310 units in the previous year. Sales dropped by 22 per cent in the second half of this year to 1,47,120 as against 1,14,250 units during January-June period this year.

"Unrelenting liquidity crisis, lower-than-expected buyer sentiments and faltering GDP growth eventually put brakes on the overall housing growth in the second half of 2019," said Anuj Puri, Chairman – Consultants.

According to the data, rose maximum by 22 per cent in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) to 80,870 units this year from 66,440 units in 2018.

Pune saw 18 per cent rise in sales to 40,790 units from 34,460 units during the period under review. Sales in increased to 46,920 units from 44,300 units, while sales in Chennai rose by 4 per cent to 11,820 units from 11,340.

However, Bengaluru witnessed 12 per cent drop in sales to 50,450 units from 57,540 units.

First Published: Thu, December 26 2019. 01:09 IST
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