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Not-for-profit housing company, Shayna Foundation, aims to provide affordable living spaces at 30% cheaper rates

Shayna Foundation, the not-for-profit housing company and a subsidiary of a housing company Urban Axis Infratech Ltd, aims to bring potential solutions to this problem. It plans to offer affordable/economical housing targeted at middle-income home seekers at 30% cheaper prices than conventional market rates.

Shayna Foundation will undertake project in the vicinity of Uttar Pradesh. According to a press release issued by the company, the foundation has segregated the project into three phases. The first phase will offer 2BHK and 3BHK homes in Tier 2 cities (Aligarh, Bijnor, & Muzaffarnagar in Western UP, Etawah & Hamirpur in the Bundelkhand region, and Hardoi, Raebareli, Amethi & Sultanpur in Eastern UP). The foundation aims to complete the projects in the next five years, targeting 50,000 houses in ten cities.

In Phase 2, Shayna Foundation intends to deliver 150,000 houses to the middle-class group in another five years in 25 cities in Western UP, Bundelkhand, Region/Central UP, and Eastern UP after finishing Phase 1. Lastly, it plans to develop 300,000 houses in 5 years in 40 cities and all the remaining cities in the UP as a part of Phase 3.

Speaking on this occasion, Shashank Gupta, Managing Director of Shayna Foundation, said, “The overall affordable property market has always remained vulnerable to the growing middle-class and working population. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated this issue with a significant price hike in housing segments, thereby shattering the home-buying dreams of this specific income group. At Shayna Foundation, we aim to cater to this issue by developing affordable real estate projects under a not-for-profit business model amid the rising inflation dispute. In this context, our company plans to deliver around 500,000 affordable modern homes in the next 15 years across all cities of Uttar Pradesh and then expand our footprints to the whole of India”.

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