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Sep 07, 2016
Sink or die, but pay back home buyers: SC tells SupertechThe apex court directed Supertech to pay 10 percent per month of the invested amount from January 5, 2015 to 17 home buyers, who are before the court, within four weeks.
Feb 16, 2015
Desperate builders resort to more freebies to sell houses, but buyers are just not bitingCash-strapped builders are offering discounts like higher floors at no extra cost, zero stamp duty/registration charges, free parking slots, free interior works, and subsidised home loans to lure buyers
Dec 27, 2014
Now, a buy-1-get-1-free offer in realty: Supertech offers 'free' flat to woo buyers, but at a priceNoida-based Supertech will also give free Flipkart gift vouchers worth Rs 1 lakh to its prospective customers.
Aug 06, 2014
PE firm Xander pumps in Rs 400 crore in Supertech's Gurgaon projectThe company will develop plots, villas and independent homes in the 140-acre township at an investment of about R1,100 crore.<br />
Jul 31, 2014
Noida illegal housing row: SC orders Supertech to refund money or allot houses to flat ownersThe Supreme Court on Wednesday asked real estate company Supertech to refund the money to flat owners of Apex and Ceyane apartment complexes in Noida which were directed to be demolished by Allahabad High Court.<br />
Mar 26, 2013
Supertech ties up with Armani for super luxury homes in NoidaArmani group had earlier tied up with Mumbai-based Lodha Developers to design the residences and common spaces of the World Towers project coming up in Upper Worli.
Dec 18, 2012
Real estate biggies all set to woo foreign retailersThe Parliament's approval of FDI in retail has already set India's realtors busy who are counting on huge anchor tenants for shopping centres. For it is only the likes of Wal-Mart that can help raise unaffordable realty prices even more.
Dec 08, 2012
Realty majors to invest up to Rs 8,000 cr in next 4 yearsSignalling bounce back of the real estate sector after a prolonged slowdown, developers including Supertech and Ansal API, have today announced investments of nearly Rs 8,000 crore on projects over the next four years.
Aug 24, 2011
After DLF, who's next? CCI targets Delhi builders firstThe Competition Commission is going after Delhi's builders first before looking at builder-buyer agreements in Mumbai and other metros. The realty sector has a lot of answering to do.