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  • #11

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    Re : Chennai Versus Bangalore - Investment Options

    Make the country as HINDU country and that will solve all problems.

    Gandhi & Nehru have done the mistake of making the country as secular

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    • #12

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      Originally posted by Nataraajg007 View Post
      Make the country as HINDU country and that will solve all problems.

      Gandhi & Nehru have done the mistake of making the country as secular
      Don't agree. Secularism, when practiced in an ethical, non-political, unbiased way, will be the best for a country.

      Nataraaaaaj, you talk like 'Naan Kadavul' Rudran - stiff one liners - half of the people won't even understand.
      LOL!

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      • #13

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        Originally posted by gone_mad View Post
        Don't agree. Secularism, when practiced in an ethical, non-political, unbiased way, will be the best for a country.

        Nataraaaaaj, you talk like 'Naan Kadavul' Rudran - stiff one liners - half of the people won't even understand.
        LOL!
        I agree secularism means 'one rule for all'.
        as somebody said shariat for
        civil and IPC for crime is the biggest crime.
        when 'sathi' and child marriage was abolished and was called as a social reform and raja ram mohan roy still is featured in history school books then why not all indian citizens incl muslims should be brought under the ambit of indian civil procedure.this should also bee seen as social reform

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        • #14

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          Originally posted by Natarajg007 View Post
          If you need a flat to live in at the cheapest price, and you dont care about UDS of Land then Bangalore is fantastic compared to Chennai. You can get a 2 bedroom flat for 25L in areas which are in 10Km radius from M.G.Road very easily. In Madras you might get 25L flat only in Urapakkam and someguy even sells one in Vayalur which is famous for a Murugan temple but is almost like another country from Chennai.
          Dear Friend,

          I don't think you are referring to Vayalur ( also called kumaravayalur ) near Trichy, very famous for the Murugan Temple. Does the Chennai side Vayalur also have a Murugan temple?
          I feel Chennai may be a better place overall for Tamilians as there are very frequent problems cropping up at Bangalore for Tamilians.

          ks2071746

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          • #15

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            Originally posted by GoccaMacca
            BANGALORE: Will India’s realty giant DLF lead a wave of residential price correction in Bangalore’s upscale apartment market? The company, which
            virtually single-handedly created Gurgaon, has slashed its rates for an upcoming project in Bangalore’s Bannerghatta Road by a whopping 32%. In a move that surprised many, the rates have been cut to
            Rs 1,850 per sq ft, a price last quoted in 2000.
            Dear friend,

            I heard somewhere the project may be off?
            It is like selling Idly at Rs. 3 with sambar and chutney by a Star Hotel?

            ks2071746

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            • #16

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              it is like "upto 50% off" sale.the 50% disc. item would be worthless?

              Originally posted by GoccaMacca
              BANGALORE: Will India’s realty giant DLF lead a wave of residential price correction in Bangalore’s upscale apartment market? The company, which
              virtually single-handedly created Gurgaon, has slashed its rates for an upcoming project in Bangalore’s Bannerghatta Road by a whopping 32%. In a move that surprised many, the rates have been cut to
              Rs 1,850 per sq ft, a price last quoted in 2000.
              have you checked for other proj in that locality,have you checked other charges,like chennai pattinam,off OMR base price is 1600/- but all incl is 2075/- (a whooping 30% more)
              on one hand we dont trust builders on the other we take their word for it.
              Like OMR is a vast stretch have checked bannerghatta road,where on banner ghatta road??? and in 2000 such far off places were a rarity.
              so on what basis have you said 2000 prices? have you any data to back it up.

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              • #17

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                chennai or bangalore to settle

                Originally posted by gone_mad View Post
                Agree with you. JUST PLAIN VOTE BANK POLITICS.
                Dear friend,

                The comments is drifting away to some other subject than the main query of which place is better - Chennai or Bangalore to settle? Let us come back to this subject please.

                ks2071746

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                • #18

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                  Originally posted by madrasi View Post
                  have you checked for other proj in that locality,have you checked other charges,like chennai pattinam,off OMR base price is 1600/- but all incl is 2075/- (a whooping 30% more)
                  on one hand we dont trust builders on the other we take their word for it.
                  Like OMR is a vast stretch have checked bannerghatta road,where on banner ghatta road??? and in 2000 such far off places were a rarity.
                  so on what basis have you said 2000 prices? have you any data to back it up.
                  this is a human tendency,or simply prejudice.
                  if a info suits your viewpoint then it is accepted without question and if it is against your views then we raise hell.

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                  • #19

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                    Originally posted by abk View Post
                    this is a human tendency,or simply prejudice.
                    if a info suits your viewpoint then it is accepted without question and if it is against your views then we raise hell.
                    Yes Its absolute prejudice.

                    From a landowners/builders perspective, they see the crore-dream is becoming as day-dream on seeing the decline in price.Huge risk is on the cards if the funds are highly leveraged .He/She tries his best to hold up the price ask the stats on 2000 to back up the data.Does anyone give the data when some claims in Crores ?

                    From a buyers perspective, Some could buy a first house and some can do some investment & some can do both. Because a house earlier costed him 4 Million now is available for 2 M . He is happy as he need not to go for loan & EMI Burden. He is care-free on EMIs and not worried on job market & recession .Possibly he will thank the recession to have enabled to buy a property to live/investment.As a human nature/prejudice & he will expect the prices to further comedown.

                    What the builders and promoters will do if the cement prices comes down by Rs 50 per bag. Will they retard to accept ?

                    The company, which virtually single-handedly created Gurgaon, has slashed its rates for an upcoming project in Bangalore’s Bannerghatta Road by a whopping 32%. Its the reality and none can still claim the prices are appreciating * 32 % annually . Atleast for the next 2-3 years it will stagnate around 1850 (+-) 300 in that area due to the liquidity crunch & Job losses.

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                    • #20

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                      it is like "upto 50% off" sale.the 50% disc. item would be worthless?

                      Originally posted by madrasi View Post
                      have you checked for other proj in that locality,have you checked other charges,like chennai pattinam,off OMR base price is 1600/- but all incl is 2075/- (a whooping 30% more)
                      on one hand we dont trust builders on the other we take their word for it.
                      Like OMR is a vast stretch have checked bannerghatta road,where on banner ghatta road??? and in 2000 such far off places were a rarity.
                      so on what basis have you said 2000 prices? have you any data to back it up.
                      Hi,

                      Is there any gurantee that the builder will deliver spotless apartment if you give 2007 sky-high prices ? He is after all doing business to maximise his profit . He is not running any social service . So he will do anything to maximise the profit . Customers can also be cheated not only by RE Guys but also others . When a teacher does not deliver the good education , it literally means that he is cheating the students & he is cheating the Govt / School management & cheating the profession(Those who involved in getting approval for Self-Finance Engg college may know better how greedy the Engg Colleges are in getting the capitation fees & other laboratory & Tuition fees . Some are cheating people on both RE & BE (meant Engg Colleges)) . RE Guys are no exception but occurance is high.

                      Its the fact that DLF price is Rs 1850 back to year 2000 prices in that location & does not need any back up data .And we cant generalise this Year 2000 prices for all locality . Some may go back to 2002-2004 prices and some can go back to 1998 prices as stated by DLF's Rajiv Singh a week back. But there are remote possibilities that it will go back to 2007-08 sky-high prices atleast for the next 5-6 years .

                      Cheers.
                      Last edited February 19 2009, 03:34 PM.

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