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  • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

    Originally posted by abk View Post
    friend is not truthfull big bear.
    google and check it out rates vary drom 6000-8000 only[IMG]http://www.************/images/check.gif[/IMG]






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    Posted Date: Mar 03, 2009
    Below is the ad posted in 99acres in feb 2009.Flats 3km from BKC are quoted at 8200rs per sqft.I told 16000-20000 rs near BKC in 2008.If flats which are 3 km can fetch 8200 it is reasonable to say that flats close to BKC were quoted at 16000-20000 in 2008.
    Even assuming me and my friend are lying you dont trust article from 100 years old Hindu group.Its like ostrich hiding its head in sand hoping the problem will magically vanish.

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    • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

      Originally posted by BigBear View Post
      Below is the ad posted in 99acres in feb 2009.Flats 3km from BKC are quoted at 8200rs per sqft.I told 16000-20000 rs near BKC in 2008.If flats which are 3 km can fetch 8200 it is reasonable to say that flats close to BKC were quoted at 16000-20000 in 2008.
      Even assuming me and my friend are lying you dont trust article from 100 years old Hindu group.Its like ostrich hiding its head in sand hoping the problem will magically vanish.

      Residential Apartment in kurla (west)
      Just 3 kms from BKC, brand new complex
      2 Bedrooms | Built-up Area: 982 Sq.Ft. | Rs. 80 Lacs
      kohinoor city, Central Mumbai suburbs
      Broker: Dalip Kr.Rajpoot | Oriental Associates
      : 9930010034,9324579926 Click to view numbers
      100 yrs old or 200 yrs old whether the hindu or xyz i trust the media less.
      hindu is a vested grp with a nupital relation with MK and above all an article is the perspective of a journalist or a economist or.... so just bcoz hindu 'prints it doesnt mean a hypothesis becomes a fact.as contra says the "best"
      analysts had glorified the US failed comp.
      I AM HERE NOT TO KNOW WHAT THEY SAY BUT WHAT YOU THINK.

      rgd the prices i have spoken to mu friend a 40 yr old mumbaikar that the prices were not 16000+ ever. in kurla.
      and BTW is the HDIL s project in BKC

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      • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

        Originally posted by vkpraba View Post
        Realtors Offer 40% Discount To Buyers
        To perk up the sluggish realty market, Unitech, DLF, HDIL, BPTP and others are offering a 30-40% discount on ongoing projects. Analysts assert that such projects will facilitate demand and bring in much-needed liquidity in to the industry. In the last few months, DLF has launched a project each in Hyderabad and Bangalore, totalling close to 4,000 units. DLF executive director, Mr. Rajeev Talwar said that of these, about 500 units have already been sold in the price range of Rs 1,850-1,890 per sq ft. "These prices are lower than prices in 1998," he added. Unitech has also launched a few projects in the last two months. Unitech's Uniworld Garden II in Gurgaon’s Sector 47 has been launched at Rs 3,250 per sq ft.
        17 March 2009 google.com
        Dear friend,

        These are projects mostly yet to be launched and may take atleast another 24 months minimum to take possession. They may also be further delayed. Is there any big builder/promoter who have flats ready or almost ready to take over in a coule of months with slashed prices? None will have and even if they have, will not reduce the prices much for fear of the already bought customers also wanting reduction in prices for their flats. The promoters at best may give free items like car shed, regn. free, club member ship free, deposit free, maintanance charges free for an year or so etc. etc.

        ks2071746

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        • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

          Originally posted by abk View Post
          100 yrs old or 200 yrs old whether the hindu or xyz i trust the media less.
          hindu is a vested grp with a nupital relation with MK and above all an article is the perspective of a journalist or a economist or.... so just bcoz hindu 'prints it doesnt mean a hypothesis becomes a fact.as contra says the "best"
          analysts had glorified the US failed comp.
          I AM HERE NOT TO KNOW WHAT THEY SAY BUT WHAT YOU THINK.

          rgd the prices i have spoken to mu friend a 40 yr old mumbaikar that the prices were not 16000+ ever. in kurla.
          and BTW is the HDIL s project in BKC
          Hi ABK,

          Big Bear is a Big LIe. He wont argue if you prove him right. So dont waste your breath on him.

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          • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

            what are they talking about?
            salary hikes???
            i have been reading only job cuts.
            must be some stupid people.
            what have the gurus here to say about this.

            ]http://in.biz.yahoo.com/090407/50/batexu.html[/URL]




            Wednesday April 8, 02:04 AM Source: Indian Express Finance
            'India salary hikes will be highest in region'


            By fe Bureau

            Salary increases in India this year is projected to be the highest in the Asia Pacific region at 10.8%, according to HR consultancy firm ECA International. The firm released its latest salary trends survey findings on Tuesday.
            Even as almost a third of Asia Pacific-based companies surveyed plan to put salary increases on hold, and salaries in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore have recorded the biggest downward adjustments, some Asian countries, including India, Vietnam and Indonesia, may still see big increases in 2009, the study predicted.
            However, the survey points out that since the annual inflation figures are also significantly lower than what they were (oil and food prices have fallen from the highs last year), the real wage increases may not differ significantly from last year in some markets.
            ECA regional director-Asia, Lee Quane, said, "There is still a huge demand for talent in India that is keeping pay increases high despite the current economic situation. While, in Vietnam and Indonesia, persistently high levels of inflation are keeping increases up."
            The
            Last edited April 8 2009, 08:10 PM.

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            • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

              Originally posted by abk View Post
              what are they talking about?
              salary hikes???
              i have been reading only job cuts.
              must be some stupid people.
              what have the gurus here to say about this.

              ]http://in.biz.yahoo.com/090407/50/batexu.html[/url]




              Wednesday April 8, 02:04 AM Source: Indian Express Finance
              'India salary hikes will be highest in region'


              By fe Bureau

              Salary increases in India this year is projected to be the highest in the Asia Pacific region at 10.8%, according to HR consultancy firm ECA International. The firm released its latest salary trends survey findings on Tuesday.
              Even as almost a third of Asia Pacific-based companies surveyed plan to put salary increases on hold, and salaries in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore have recorded the biggest downward adjustments, some Asian countries, including India, Vietnam and Indonesia, may still see big increases in 2009, the study predicted.
              However, the survey points out that since the annual inflation figures are also significantly lower than what they were (oil and food prices have fallen from the highs last year), the real wage increases may not differ significantly from last year in some markets.
              ECA regional director-Asia, Lee Quane, said, "There is still a huge demand for talent in India that is keeping pay increases high despite the current economic situation. While, in Vietnam and Indonesia, persistently high levels of inflation are keeping increases up."
              The
              ABK,
              How come you are posting a article written by a jounalist or analyst as you told you dont really trust these guys.Because they wrote something which you want to read?Did you cross verify whether it is correct and what basis did they come this conclusion.

              By the way I dont know whether the project is near BKC.If you really think Hindu is writing lie do your reasearch and tell this forum the truth.I trust Hindu and no need for me to do research on each and every article they write.

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              • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

                Dear friend,

                Irrespective of what any one writes in news papers and magazines, the fact remain that there is already reduction in pay and the trend will continue for some time. One may have to live with salary cuts rather than facing a job loss. Why talk about pay cut when those, who lost jobs from big IT companies join other mid size or smaller companies even at a salary of 50% of what they got in the big company. It is a question of how to survive than look for better salaries at this juncture. One need to keep going forward.

                ks2071746

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                • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

                  I dont understand a basic stuff. A person say KS has a salary X in 2002 and then gets 5X in 2008. Then in 2009 it gets cut down to 4X and there is a hullaballo. After all if KS could live with X, why cant he live with 4X.
                  It means people will become extragavant with higher salary even if they dont deserve it, and appreciate capitalism, however will call for So cial ism with a 20% cut or a few jobs going.
                  Think about the poor of this country, the farmers commiting suicide and then you will know why there is NO SADNESS in these ITES guys losing jobs. They deserve to be in the streets for their extravagance and arrogance.

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                  • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

                    Look at who's talking

                    Originally posted by Natarajg007 View Post
                    I dont understand a basic stuff. A person say KS has a salary X in 2002 and then gets 5X in 2008. Then in 2009 it gets cut down to 4X and there is a hullaballo. After all if KS could live with X, why cant he live with 4X.
                    It means people will become extragavant with higher salary even if they dont deserve it, and appreciate capitalism, however will call for So cial ism with a 20% cut or a few jobs going.
                    Think about the poor of this country, the farmers commiting suicide and then you will know why there is NO SADNESS in these ITES guys losing jobs. They deserve to be in the streets for their extravagance and arrogance.

                    Nats,

                    You don't understand because its you who is ignorant, while calling others so.

                    Its all very nice and cunning to be talking about the poor farmer when it suits you to talk about them.

                    But the way you must have bilked some poor farmer in 2004 out of his livelihood in Saligramam - when it must have been a gramam at that time, and the way you are trying to milk any poor unsuspecting buyer today trying to sell them crappy land in the distant suburbs at ridiculous prices, all it means is that you are a cunning, opportunistic, greedy crapper who is only looking to bend arguments your way and use the "poor farmer" term to suit your own selfish interests.

                    So dude, how much do you know about the poor farmer and how much social service have you actually done to be, on the one hand talking about them while on the other hand being just about the greediest of capitalist pigs trying to squeeze people out of their money hawking your marshland slum far outside Chennai?

                    So much for the pot calling the kettle black!

                    cheers

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                    • Re : Property Price Trends in Chennai

                      Originally posted by wiseman View Post
                      Nats,

                      You don't understand because its you who is ignorant, while calling others so.

                      Its all very nice and cunning to be talking about the poor farmer when it suits you to talk about them.

                      But the way you must have bilked some poor farmer in 2004 out of his livelihood in Saligramam - when it must have been a gramam at that time, and the way you are trying to milk any poor unsuspecting buyer today trying to sell them crappy land in the distant suburbs at ridiculous prices, all it means is that you are a cunning, opportunistic, greedy crapper who is only looking to bend arguments your way and use the "poor farmer" term to suit your own selfish interests.

                      So dude, how much do you know about the poor farmer and how much social service have you actually done to be, on the one hand talking about them while on the other hand being just about the greediest of capitalist pigs trying to squeeze people out of their money hawking your marshland slum far outside Chennai?

                      So much for the pot calling the kettle black!

                      cheers
                      For once you have shown that you are a dumn NRI talking and not what you claim to be. You certainly are not a bangalorean. You certainly dont have an idea where RK Salai is. You have no iota of knowledge of chennai.
                      "In 2004 Saligramam must have been a Gramam (Village) and farmers sold their land" shows that you have NO RELEVANCE TO CHENNAI RE.
                      Now the truth about your ignorance of Chennai, your ignorance of India is established. Looks like you are some bald eagle or kangaroo masquerading as a RE expert of India, and Chennai on this board.
                      YOUR TRUE COLOURS ARE OUT! BYE.

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