Unnati Fortune unveils 10:90 subvention scheme with TATA Housing Finance

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If you don’t have adequate cash with you and still you want to have a dream home with all the amenities, then you need not to be worried about you plan. Realty major Unnati Fortune Group introduces 10-90 subvention scheme for their wannabe investors in their exclusive project, ‘The Aranya’. Now just pay 10 per cent of the property value to book home you had dreamt of and pay rest 90 per cent in EMIs after possession.

Unnati Fortune Group has tied up with Tata Housing Finance Ltd, subsidiary of Tata Group by launching 10:90 subvention housing scheme for their premium, green building project on floor ‘The Aranya’.

Together with India’s most reliable home loan provider, the group has taken an initiative to come up with the scheme to help their investors own their dream home without much ado.

Anil Mithas, chairman and managing director of Unnati Fortune said, “The group has gained this momentum due to its focused vision and mission. We have lived up to our commitments which are now finally paid off with avalanche of investors in our projects.”

“From long time we were thinking to bring in such scheme which can help our aspiring investors get their dream home. Finally, when ‘The Aranya’

got the overwhelming response, we thought to kick start the subvention scheme 10:90 tying up with financial institutional which is reliable,” he added.

‘The Aryana’ due to its fast construction in such a short course of time has gained a noticeable market position and has attracted the buyers to invest in the group and its projects. Therefore, to ease the burden on its buyers they have come up with this scheme which offers Emi free period till possession to their proposed customer.

Located at Sector 119, Noida, right beside FNG Expressway, the project comes with a luxury modern city life style amidst verdant greens that offers excellent connectivity to Delhi and surrounding areas. Uniqueness of the project is that it makes extensive use of green housing technologies that utilises ambient natural resources such as light and air to power devices. The project also has in place internal mechanisms for recycling and reusing water in a systematic planned manner, all of which leads to reduced energy consumption and saving on the operating and maintenance costs. The project has also got 5 star rating from CARE (Credit Analysis and Research Ltd).