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Data available with corporate database Capitaline showed shares of Delhi-based Ashiana Housing have surged five times, or 421 per cent, in last five years. The increase in Budget allocation towards Pradhan Mantri Awaas Yojana to Rs 23,000 crore from Rs 15,000 crore is seen as a positive for players such as Ashiana Housing with presence in the small ticket segment.

Kolte Patil Developers has seen its shares rise from 35 apiece to Rs 102.80 apiece, registering a 191 per cent surge in last five years. The company is likely to gain from the Budget proposal to accord infrastructure status to affordable housing.

Since their January 2008 peak levels, many real estate stocks have seen prolonged multi-year corrections, with some of them even falling up to 90 per cent.

In just five years, sectoral leaders such as Unitech and DLF have lost 81 per cent and 37 per cent, respectively, of their market value. Puravankara, Anant Raj, DB Realty and HDIL are other notable real estate stocks which are trading about 20-30 per cent lower from the levels where they traded five years ago. Returns are even poorer when one takes an extended period.

But with the government announcing a number of sops for the real estate sector, it is likely to get a lift after the cash ban in November hit the already-battered housing market hard.