When it comes to housing, you can only get it from a home address, says housing expert
This was the first in a series of posts about the new, more accurate and more accurate housing data available from the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO).
While it was originally produced by the NSSO, it was subsequently reworked and now comes from a consortium of data providers, led by Housing Information and Analytics Service (HISA).
The results show that a home is generally worth more to its owners if it is located in a residential area, but that the same is not true for rural areas, where a home’s value is usually lower.
In terms of residential value, rural areas account for nearly 50% of the total value of houses.
However, the NSCO report also shows that the value of homes in urban areas is generally higher.
In the past, the most common explanation for the difference was the proximity of people to work.
However these days, it is not the distance of work, but the number of households living in an area.
The NSCoE found that there is also a difference in the value per square metre of the land used.
For a house to be worth the same in urban and rural areas.
The report also showed that homes have a higher density of rooms.
The average number of bedrooms in rural areas is four, while in urban, it rises to five.
This is in contrast to the value, as per a survey, of a house in a suburban area.
“There are some people who will take the value to be higher in urban than in rural places,” said Ramesh Khilnani, managing director of the NISA, in an interview with The Indian Express.
“But, that is not what the data tells us.
What the data shows is that in urban places, the value for a house is not as high as in rural,” he added.
The value of a home in rural and urban areas can be found in different places.
The Urban Value (OV) measure, which is the difference between the value a house has for a single family of four living in a home and a family of three living in the same house, is found in the National Statistical Area of Uttar Pradesh (NSA).
It has been used by the Centre for Urban Development (CUD), in India’s largest urban agglomeration, for measuring the value in the entire country.
In rural areas the OV measure has been found to be a little higher than urban ones, the report said.
Housing is also used for the National Housing Benefit Scheme (NHBBS), which is a scheme to help low- and middle-income households buy their first home.
In urban areas, the OVA, or annual rent, has been calculated for a home based on the ratio of its land value to its population.
The data is available for the entire state of Uttar, it said.
The National Housing Survey, which has been conducted by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), also includes other statistics.
These include: The average house price per square foot in rural, urban and suburban areas The average monthly rent in rural India The average annual rent in urban India The total number of people living in urban or rural areasThe percentage of households in urban/rural areasThe number of houses in rural Uttar PradeshThe average number (in millions) of rooms in rural/rurban Uttar Pradesh The average size of a room in urban Uttar Pradesh