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The Tax Database On Real Estate Prices Finally Open To All

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 The State unconditionally opens data on real estate transactions. State opens unconditionally real estate transaction data. (© Rawpixel – Pixabay)

The state has a large database of real estate transactions thanks to information collected by the tax authorities. This base is now open to all.

(LaVieImmo.com) – The State has released this Wednesday, April 24 an extensive database on real estate transactions, which may in particular help the valuation of property from information collected by the tax authorities. This base is presented as a list of transactions, specifying the location, nature and gross price of goods sold, without taking into account, for example, agency fees. Until now accessible only by indicating its fiscal number, it does not cover Alsace, the Moselle and Mayotte.

"Happy to announce this morning to Bercy the publication of all land data", welcomed on Twitter the Minister of Public Accounts, Gerald Darmanin. "They are now open online, so that everyone has the best information on real estate sales of the past five years" (2014-2018), he said.

15 million records

This base, established by the tax administration, which estimates it to 15 million data, exists since the beginning of the years 2010 and becomes unconditionally accessible, after years of progressive opening. "It's a little consecration," said Romain Talès, a manager of Etalab, a mission of the State to open its data, during a presentation of this database which is now accessible data.gouv site. fr.

This database is in addition to multiple sources of data, which are often a sales or communication argument for different types of real estate professionals. The main branch networks publish quarterly a necessarily fragmented balance sheet of their activity, while specialized websites – a market dominated by the Betteragents group – offer their own estimates based on feedback from professionals. Added to this are the reference figures jointly compiled by INSEE and the notaries each quarter.

In this context, the tax administration took care to present the newly opened database as an additional tool and not a panacea, its reading being arid for the individual. Organized all Wednesday, a day of work with multiple actors must give a first idea of ​​applications that can be developed from the ground up, likely to interest sectors such as credit brokers.

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L’étonnant Pacte Entre La Police Et Les Bailleurs Sociaux Du Val-d’Oise Pour Se Débarrasser Des Dealers

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(Photo d'illustration)(Photo d’illustration) (©Philippe Huguen – AFP)

En mai 2018, dans le Val-d’Oise, le préfet, le procureur et des bailleurs sociaux ont signé une convention. En cas d’infraction grave ou récurrente aux règlements intérieurs – incivilités, trafic, occupation des parties communes -, les signalements remontent automatiquement aux autorités, qui “disposent d’une réquisition permanente” dans les cités. Près d’un an plus tard, “une quinzaine de dossiers sont en voie d’aboutir à une expulsion”, décompte le préfet Jean-Yves Latournerie.

(LaVieImmo.com) – “Les voyous, on va les expulser. Avec leurs familles s’il le faut.” Dans le Val-d’Oise, police, justice et bailleurs sociaux ont scellé une union sacrée contre les dealers qui “pourrissent” la vie du parc social où loge un quart des 1,2 million d’habitants de ce département de grande banlieue.

L’idée a germé début 2018 dans le cadre de la police de sécurité du quotidien (PSQ), réforme lancée en grande pompe par le gouvernement et dont ce territoire est un des laboratoires, avec des villes comme Sarcelles, Garges-lès-Gonesse ou Argenteuil. “Où y a-t-il le plus de délinquants? Dans les HLM. Où y a-t-il le plus de victimes de ces délinquants? Dans les HLM”, résume Frédéric Lauze, le chef de la direction départementale de la sécurité publique (DDSP). “Mais la police ne peut pas tout, il fallait s’appuyer sur les bailleurs. Et se donner les moyens d’expulser de leur logement, avec leur famille s’il le faut, ceux qui prennent des barres entières (de HLM) en otage. Jusqu’ici, on ne savait pas faire, les procédures n’aboutissaient pas”, explique-t-il.

Un commandant de police réserviste joue les chefs d’orchestre

En mai 2018, le préfet, le procureur et dix bailleurs sociaux se sont donc mis autour d’une table pour signer une convention. Clé de voûte du dispositif : les règlements intérieurs des résidences, modernisés, dont l’application est rendue obligatoire. En cas d’infraction grave ou récurrente – incivilités, trafic, occupation des parties communes -, les signalements remontent automatiquement aux autorités, qui “disposent d’une réquisition permanente” dans les cités. Dans chaque organisme HLM, un correspondant “tranquillité-sécurité” assure le lien avec les forces de l’ordre. La DDSP du Val-d’Oise a de son côté recruté un commandant de police réserviste pour jouer les chefs d’orchestre.

Mais la grande nouveauté, c’est que l’information circule dans les deux sens. Les organismes HLM peuvent désormais obtenir, sous le contrôle du parquet, des données confidentielles concernant les fauteurs de troubles : mains courantes, jugements… De quoi déposer des dossiers “étayés” sur le bureau du juge civil, habilité à prononcer une résiliation du bail pour “trouble de jouissance”.

Près d’un an plus tard, “une quinzaine de dossiers sont en voie d’aboutir à une expulsion”, décompte le préfet Jean-Yves Latournerie, selon qui la démarche est une première sur le territoire. Et plus de 20 organismes HLM ont posé leur paraphe sur ce protocole. Des initiatives concertées “existent ailleurs mais, dans le Val-d’Oise, on innove avec une vision globale et en allant plus loin dans l’échange d’informations”, estime le procureur, Eric Corbaux, qui note par ailleurs une hausse alarmante de la délinquance des mineurs (+18% en 2018) dans le département.

“Ils savent que la police va intervenir”

De fait, les expulsions de familles de dealers du parc social français sont rares et longues à aboutir. En mai 2018, cinq familles avaient été sommées de quitter leur logement dans le nord de Paris à la suite d’une décision de justice, point final d’une lutte de dix ans contre le trafic de crack dans une cité. La même année, un office HLM de l’Oise était allé jusqu’à la cour d’appel d’Amiens pour obtenir le droit de résilier le bail d’une mère de Compiègne dont les enfants avaient été condamnés pour trafic de drogue. “Pas mal de gardiens étaient en retrait face à des délinquants parfois dangereux. Maintenant il se sentent plus à l’aise car ils savent que la police va intervenir”, souligne le préfet. “Pour lutter efficacement contre la délinquance, il faut faire en sorte que les gens n’aient plus peur de dénoncer”.

Brahim Terki, directeur délégué chez AB Habitat – 12.000 logements, dont 8.000 à Argenteuil – fait exécuter des “expulsions pour troubles” depuis 1992 et dit être “un des rares bailleurs en France à obtenir des résultats”, sans s’en enorgueillir car “c’est toujours un échec” d’expulser quelqu’un, dit-il. Mais la convention signée avec le procureur a, selon lui, grandement simplifié la donne. “Il y a plein de gens très bien qui attendent un logement. Quand on fait du trafic, qu’on est nourrice (personne qui cache la drogue moyennant finance, NDLR), on gagne suffisamment bien sa vie pour se loger dans le parc privé”, estime le bailleur. Dans le Val-d’Oise, plus de 60.000 personnes sont en attente d’un logement social.

(Avec AFP)

Kolkata: ED Attaches Immovable Property Price Rs 175 Crore Of Shree Ganesh Jewelry

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KOLKATA: In one of many largest attachment orders in non-ponzi agency circumstances within the state, the Enforcement Directorate on Tuesday hooked up immovable property price Rs 175 crore belonging to Shree Ganesh Jewelry and its promoters. The Kolkata-headquartered jewelry manufacturing and export agency was being probed by CBI, DRI and ED in reference to a Rs 2,620crore fraud.

The central investigating company on Tuesday mentioned that flats, showrooms, manufacturing models and places of work of the corporate in Kolkata, Howrah, Siliguri, Mumbai and Hyderabad had been hooked up through the course of. “That is the primary a part of attachment through which solely immovable property was considered. There can be another attachment order quickly,” mentioned an ED official. Among the many properties hooked up by the central companies are flats in locations like Iron Aspect Highway and Park Avenue in Kolkata, South Mumbai and Banjara Hills in Hyderabad.

Shree Ganesh Jewelry Home India Ltd got here below the lens a couple of years again and the CBI began a case primarily based on the allegations of a consortium of 25 banks led by the State Financial institution of India. After the corporate’s promoter Nilesh Parekh allegedly failed to affix the probe, the central company issued a look-out round. In 2017 the company arrested him from the Mumbai airport on his return from Dubai. Later he was taken into custody by the DRI for diversion of 1,700 kg gold.

ED sources on Tuesday mentioned the corporate had been importing gold and claiming to have been making jewelry on the Manikanchan Park SEZ in Kolkata. “It appears to have offered the jewelry illegally to native patrons. It might have additionally offered jewelry in Singapore and Hong Kong. A minimum of 5 of the accused, other than Nilesh Parekh, went absconding,” mentioned an ED official.

In Search Of Realty Enterprise Exit, Indiabulls Sounds Out Ally Blackstone, Others

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MUMBAI: The Indiabulls Group is believed to have sounded out three way partnership companion Blackstone and different main gamers akin to Godrej Properties to dump its stake in Indiabulls Actual Property (IBREL).

Distancing the group from realty is anticipated to enhance the possibilities of acquiring regulatory approval for the proposed merger of Indiabulls Housing Finance with Lakshmi Vilas Financial institution (LVB).

“Blackstone understands the enterprise, and by advantage of being a strategic companion, is accustomed to all of the belongings of IBREL. So, it’s a pure selection. No cope with anybody has been finalised, however discussions with Blackstone are at a extra superior stage,” an individual accustomed to the technique informed ET.

The promoters’ stake in Indiabulls Actual Property stands at 38.eight% — valued at Rs 1,838 crore. If a deal fructifies, it will set off an open provide by the acquirer.

The promoters, in response to sources, have approached Blackstone to promote their total stake. Sources stated Godrej Properties could staff up with two PE funds if it steps in to purchase out the IBREL promoters.

Emails to Indiabulls and Blackstone went unanswered until the time of going to press whereas a spokesperson for Godrej Properties stated the corporate “doesn’t touch upon market hypothesis”.

Quickly after the boards of LVB and Indiabulls Housing Finance introduced the merger proposal, Indiabulls Group chairman Sameer Gehlaut had indicated the founders have been able to relinquish their promoter standing in Indiabulls Actual Property and dilute their stake.

Seeking realty business exit, Indiabulls sounds out ally Blackstone, others
It’s broadly perceived within the trade that Indiabulls’ present precedence is to stabilise its monetary providers companies in a market that has change into comparatively harder for a lot of non-bank entities. “Additionally, the contribution of actual property to the group’s revenues has come down considerably,” stated an funding banker.

Blackstone had invested Rs 2,500 crore for a 50% JV with IBREL that divested half its stake in business properties akin to ‘One Indiabulls Centre’, ‘Sky forest’, ‘Sky’ and ‘Indiabulls Finance Centre’ at an enterprise worth of Rs 9,500 crore in March 2018. These properties have a complete leasable space of four.14 million sq ft and are anticipated to generate annualised annuity income of Rs 890 crore from FY21-22, in response to IBREL’s FY18 annual report.

In addition to the JV with Blackstone, IBREL has a growth portfolio of 28.5 million sq ft and rental portfolio of 5.2 million sq ft.

“In inspecting the merger proposal, RBI would have a look at the resultant shareholding construction, run a match and correct train on shareholders with greater than 5% stake and look into their proper to appoint director within the merged entity to resolve on whether or not they can proceed as main shareholders within the entity,” stated former deputy RBI governor R Gandhi. “The present coverage doesn’t have any reservations about actual property publicity,” he stated.

In keeping with banking sources, as towards the unique concept of merging the financial institution (a a lot smaller entity) with the bigger Indiabulls Housing Finance and acquiring a licence for the merged entity, RBI could favor a plan that entails the merger of the housing finance firm into the financial institution.

The brand new on-tap licence norms say that corporates with belongings of not less than Rs 5,000 crore and a profitable observe report spanning 10 years are certified to use for a banking licence.

East German Cities Cut Off – Drastic Prosperity Gap: Germany's South Is Particularly Rich

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Gelsenkirchen in North Rhine-Westphalia was the lowest in the income ranking with 16,203 euros per capita. This is evident from a new study by the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung's Institute for Economic and Social Sciences (WSI).

Under disposable income, economists understand the money left over from income when all fixed expenditures for their livelihoods – such as rent, food, insurance – are paid.

East German cities cut off

Cities and districts with particularly low incomes were therefore to be found in parts of the Ruhr area, Saarland and Lower Saxony. But especially East Germany, even 30 years after the reunification, was still well behind the rest of Germany, the researchers reported.

In only six out of 77 districts and cities in the East exceeded per capita income of € 20,000, while in the west there were 284 out of 324 districts and cities above.

Next to Starnberg also Heilbronn and Hochtaunuskreis in front

According to this the private households in the district of Starnberg near Munich, in the city of Heilbronn and in the Hochtaunus district near Frankfurt had the highest per capita incomes 30,000 euros.

The "Stuttgarter Nachrichten" cite as reason for the surprisingly good ranking of Heilbronn that sit around the city with Audi, the Schwarz Group (Lidl) and the IT service provider Bechtle some large companies , In addition, one of the richest Germans in the 125,000-inhabitant city lives with Lidl founder Dieter Schwarz.

Taillights in the income ranking were next to Gelsenkirchen Duisburg and Halle an der Saale where the per capita income was less than 18,000 euros. In their analysis, the researchers based on the latest data from the statistical offices of the federal states and the federal government. They affect the year 2016.

Large cities: Munich before Stuttgart and Dusseldorf

According to the study, the richest city was still Munich with a per capita income of 29,685 euros. By far, followed Stuttgart (25,012 euros), Düsseldorf (24,882 euros) and Hamburg (24,421 euros). Berlin (19.719 euros), but above all Leipzig (17.770 euros) and Duisburg (16.881 euros), performed significantly worse.

Overall, according to the researchers, the incomes in the 15 largest cities were still slightly above that of Berlin national average. However, growth in the years between 2000 and 2016 was much weaker there than in the Federal Republic as a whole. In Essen and Nuremberg, the available per capita income had even fallen. Overall, the researchers observed a negative income development in 33 of the 401 districts and cities studied.

Income in East Germany grows faster than in the West

East Germany can easily catch up in terms of income development. After deducting the price increases, incomes between 2000 and 2018 grew by an average of 12.3 percent across Germany. In the new federal states, the average increase of 13.9 percent between 2000 and 2016 was slightly higher than in the western federal states.

That means: Slowly the gap between West and East closes with income. The study found that average per capita income in the East in 2016 reached just under 85 percent of the western level. At the turn of the century it was still 81.5 percent.

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Complaints By Consumers On Rise, UP-RERA Opens Third Bench In Noida

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GREATER NOIDA: The Uttar Pradesh Actual Property Regulatory Authority (UP-Rera) has opened a 3rd bench in Better Noida to sort out the frenzy of complaints that has been pouring in from homebuyers.

Based on UP-Rera members, at the very least 25 complaints are being registered each day and round 100-150 instances are picked up for listening to on daily basis. “The quantity of complaints is so large that we badly wanted a 3rd bench. Now, we hope to hurry up listening to of pending instances. We’ve got already heard a major variety of instances since September,” stated Balwinder Kumar, a UP-Rera member.

Till now, the regulatory physique has acquired 7,999 complaints and disposed four,232 of them. Over four,800 complaints from throughout NCR are but to be heard. The UP-Rera had on April 22 rejected purposes by 36 industrial and residential initiatives for failing to fulfill perquisite norms .

“There are a set of paperwork builder must complement their software with. Once we scruitinised these purposes, we discovered a number of paperwork lacking. We’ve got on the outset cancelled all these purposes. Nonetheless, as many of those initiatives are already launched and are in the course of building, we’ll give these builders a possibility to refurbish the knowledge as required for Rera certification,” Kumar stated.

The regulatory authority has additionally began talks with 12 builders whom it had deregistered earlier for flouting guidelines. “We’ve got requested all 12 builders to come back on board,” Kumar stated.

Competitors Fee Dismisses Criticism Towards Sana Realtors

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NEW DELHI: Competitors Fee Tuesday dismissed allegations of unfair enterprise practices made towards realty agency Sana Realtors. The criticism was filed by a bunch of people, who had booked items within the firm’s challenge ‘Precision Soho Towers’ situated at Gurugram, Haryana.

It was alleged that the agency abused its dominant place by imposing unfair and discriminatory situations within the flat patrons settlement. They have been additionally aggrieved by the delay in handing over the items.

For the case, the Competitors Fee of India (CCI) thought-about ‘the marketplace for business items for workplace house in Gurugram’ because the related one.

In its order, the watchdog famous that presence of different gamers within the related market signifies that competing merchandise can be found to shoppers. Therefore the agency doesn’t seem like dominant within the related market, it added.

Within the absence of dominance, the corporate’s conduct can’t be examined underneath the provisions of Part four of the Competitors Fee Act.

Part four pertains to abuse of dominant place.

Moreover, the CCI mentioned that no details, proof and even applicable provisions of Part three of the Act are talked about within the data offered by the complainant.

Part three pertains to anti-competitive settlement.

“… no case of contravention of the provisions of the Competitors Act is made out towards the Sana Realtors and the matter is ordered to be closed,” the CCI mentioned.

Mumbai: Client Panel Sends SD Constructions’ Proprietor To Three-years-jail

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In a powerful message to the builder group, the state client fee has sentenced builder Shekhar Dadarkar, proprietor of SD Constructions, to a most of three years in jail for failing to adjust to an earlier order that had directed him at hand over a 1,270-sq-ft flat in Kandivali to a purchaser.

The State Client Disputes Redressal Fee handed the order after it discovered Dadarkar had been “intentionally” disobeying its 2016 order by consistently searching for adjournments. By the point the order was handed, Dadarkar had already bought the flat to another person.

In accordance with the order, the builder’s solely choice to get out of jail earlier than three years is to comply with the unique order and hand over a flat to complainant Arun Kejriwal, per the latter’s satisfaction.

“Solely adjournments have been sought on the bottom that the opponent (builder) will attempt to settle the matter with the complainant, however nothing has been performed both to supply another flat within the neighborhood of the mentioned constructing, or to get the flat vacated from the individual to whom the flat was bought throughout the pendency of the buyer grievance. Beneath this circumstance, we’re glad that the opponent has dedicated deliberate disobedience or is responsible of willful omission on his half to adjust to the ultimate order,” a panel of retired justice AP Bhangale and member SK Kakade noticed.

Dadarkar is now in Arthur Street Jail as he was taken into custody instantly after the order was handed. He was held responsible below Part 27 of the Client Safety Act, in keeping with which an individual may be sentenced to easy imprisonment for a most interval of three years for not complying with the buyer fee’s order.

In accordance with the grievance filed by way of advocate Kiran Patil, Kejriwal, a lawyer himself, had booked a flat in 2005 in Dadarkar’s Kandivali undertaking. Nevertheless, when he didn’t get the flat, he approached the fee in 2007. By a 2016 order, the fee requested Dadarkar at hand over the flat, by which period he had already bought it to another person.

The fee additionally requested Kejriwal to deposit the remaining quantity for the flat – round Rs19 lakh – with within the fee. Kejriwal deposited the cash, however didn’t obtain a flat. He then filed an execution utility with the state client fee in 2017. In 2018, the fee additionally recorded Dadarkar’s assertion, the place he stored saying he was attempting to settle the matter. However he failed at hand over any flat to Kejriwal.

Real Estate Agency Tries To Bribe Health Professionals To Know When Their Patients Are Dying

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 A device that violates medical confidentiality A device that violates medical confidentiality. (© Sebastien Bozon – AFP)

A real estate agency in Saint-Malo wanted to develop a very special partnership. She proposed, in exchange for a sum of money, that the medical staff alert her when the housing of one of their patient was put up for sale after his death or his placement in retirement home.

(LaVieImmo.com) – It is saying that the real estate agency Le Pilori in Saint-Malo had few scruples to find properties to resell. In a survey published on Tuesday, Le Monde explains that this agency wanted to develop a very special partnership. She wanted, for compensation, health professionals to alert her when the housing of one of their patients was on sale because he was going to a retirement home or dying.

A nursing office in Saint-Malo would have received a letter proposing this partnership. If the agency concluded the sale, it promised a check for 300 to 1,000 euros depending on the price of the transaction. "A patient goes to retirement home and to finance it, he must sell his property.You contact me with the address and I will take care of everything else," said the mail recovered by Le Monde.

Professionals subject to medical secrecy

As soon as this step was known, Patrick Surtel, president of the nursing order of Côtes-d'Armor and Ille-et-Vilaine, reminded the health professionals that "this step was illegal because it violated medical secrecy ". Same story on the side of the doctors. Michel Carsin, secretary general of the departmental council of the order of doctors, said that "the doctors who would submit to this type of arrangements criminally reprehensible risk a disciplinary sanction".

The order of doctors also decided to warn Fnaim, the union of real estate professionals to which this agency is affiliated. Fnaim condemned this "big mistake". Its ethics committee, which has been seized, may decide to issue a warning to the agency or outright cancel it. For its part, the agency Le Pilori has decided to stop sending its famous letter of partnership.

The Grande Borne, The 4000 Or The Grand Mirail … These Sensitive Neighborhoods That Are A Hit On Airbnb

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 The city of 4000 in La Courneuve The city of 4000 in La Courneuve (© Philippe Lopez – AFP)

The comments left on the tourist rental platform in 25 priority neighborhoods were scrutinized. And contrary to popular belief, visitors are satisfied with their stay.

(LaVieImmo.com) – At first glance, these neighborhoods are not the ones we think of to spend a few days of vacation. Yet visitors who have been tempted do not regret it. The agency Nouvelles Marges, which specializes in the strategy of the territories, has studied the Airbnb comments in the 25 most populated priority neighborhoods in metropolitan France, places that are the subject of an urban renewal program (see list below). below). The agency has identified 1,045 accommodations in these sensitive areas and 12,995 visitors stayed in these dwellings between January and April 2018. In analyzing the comments, the agency put forward three courses. First, there is a short-term rental offer in these neighborhoods.

Then this offer meets a demand. The average distance traveled by these visitors is 400 km and 36% of visitors come from abroad. "By being ready to make such a distance, travelers recognize implicitly the promise underpinned by the offer of accommodation offered in this type of neighborhood," said the study taken by including Le Monde.

This demand is explained in particular by the price. "On average, the price of the night in one of the 375 private rooms listed in the QPV (priority neighborhoods of the city), is 11.59 euros lower than the rest of the agglomeration and the price for a whole house is less than 10.04 euros, "says the agency. A demand that can also be explained by the proximity of tourist sites or the ease of public transport.

A great satisfaction

And finally, the third lesson is, in almost all cases, satisfaction with the stay. The overall rating given by the visitors to all Airbnb rentals is 4.72 out of 5. A note that deals with communication, the reception of the host on arrival, the cleanliness of the accommodation, the quality ratio -price and its location.

To go further, Nouvelles Marges studied the reviews and found only 9% of negative comments. In 94% of the cases, the comments are positive with as strong points for 39% of visitors the situation of the district (near the city center, places of interest, …), for 27% public transport, for 21% the general atmosphere of the neighborhood (calm, greenery, …) and 11% proximity to shops.

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