New Delhi: Industrialist Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications (RCOM) on Monday said it has sold nearly 150 residential flats at Sea Woods complex in Navi Mumbai for Rs.330 crore, which will be used for repayment of debt.
"The sale consideration for the disposal of the flats at Navi Mumbai has been finalised at over Rs.330 crore. The disposal marks the commencement of RCOM's monetisation programme for surplus real estate owned by the company.
"The entire proceeds from the monetisation of real estate will be utilised by RCOM for repayment of debt, as part of its overall deleveraging plans," said a company statement.
"RCOM has already received more than 50 percent of the sale proceeds, and the balance amount will be realised during the current financial year, upon completion of documentation, etc. presently underway," it added.
The company also expects to finalise and announce plans very shortly for monetisation of its valuable real estate measuring nearly 4 acres, situated at a prime location in New Delhi.
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