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Low Income Shelter Financing in Slum Upgrading: India Urban Initiatives

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  • Sally Merrill
  • Ajay Suri

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This report summarises findings from the USAID-sponsored project on models of financing for slum upgrading in India, undertaken on behalf of SPARC,a Mumbai-based NGO involved in slum upgrading and the National Housing Bank of India (NHB). This report primarily addresses the following topics: lack of finance for low income housing, lack of participation of banks in construction finance in slum projects, and suggestions for credit enhancements to better leverage subsidies and household contribution.

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  • Sally Merrill & Ajay Suri, 2009. "Low Income Shelter Financing in Slum Upgrading: India Urban Initiatives," Working Papers id:2293, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2293
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    housing; low-income housing; finance; urban housing finance; finance for low income housing; banks in housing finance; slum projects; slum rehabilitation; subsidies; household contribution; household participation; National Housing Bank; SPARC; Mumbai; India; Urban Studies;

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