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What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

Last updated: November 11 2012
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  • What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

    Hi,
    Whts the current going rate per square feet in Padur ? When i enquired i am getting diff rates from diff people for a resale flat ..Please let me know the going rate in that considering the flat should be on road gate community.
  • #2

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    Re : What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

    Different builders have different pricing.Let us know which project yoy are looking at?

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    • #3

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      Re : What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

      I am looking for ready to move in.My list is
      My List:
      1.Mantri
      2.TVH
      3.Purvankara
      4.Jains
      5.ETA- Rosalde

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      • #4

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        Re : What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

        dont have recent rates for ur pjts

        but going rate in that area is 3,750 - 4 300 psqt

        Originally posted by shanki_31 View Post
        I am looking for ready to move in.My list is
        My List:
        1.Mantri
        2.TVH
        3.Purvankara
        4.Jains
        5.ETA- Rosalde

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        • #5

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          Re : What is the Ongoing Price for a Flat in Padur, Chennai?

          Padur rates

          I approached MAntri in Mar 2012.Ready flats were available then @base rate of Rs 3600psf.But wait a minute there was fine print in terms of floor rise rate, special flat rate ( lawn facing etc) and they also said only basement car park at 3.5L was available and not stilt at Rs 2L -- so all in all 1150 sqft (around that area not exact) was Rs 62L!which works out to almost 5000psf + 3L car park+2L misc
          So a ready flat has not only the prblem of higher base rate of around 300-400 psf compared to underconstruction flats but also limited options with lots of ++ for various things
          My recommendn is to go for ready flats in a place like OMR which is yet to fully develop only if you are moving in, not if you are going for investments, tax rebates or giving it for rentals
          Also you are the best person to evaluate if it is worth paying Rs 10-12L extra now for the ready flat-- granted you will be losing pre-emi interest in under constrn flats but still feel it may be cheaper

          Also social infra will be better 2 years down the line when it will be actually ready to move in and enjoy a good quality of life


          Originally posted by shanki_31 View Post
          I am looking for ready to move in.My list is
          My List:
          1.Mantri
          2.TVH
          3.Purvankara
          4.Jains
          5.ETA- Rosalde

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