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- People on the forum can help you better if they at least know the name of the project and basic details about the project. It is likely that many members may already have investigated the project/builder and they may share their findings/knowledge about it.
Anyways, the best way to gather informal information is using the local brokers.
The process is to hire a broker to show properties around the area. Do not show interest in the property that you have already finalized, infact bad-mouth it yourself and quote random sources for random general rants about the project. If the broker has any knowledge about the project, you can be sure that he will chime in with a few of his own negative points to display his knowledge about the project. Even a mildly efficient local broker knows the pertinent details of local projects in his area of operation.
Another way would be to speak to bank officials who have approved the project for lending. It is always better to get a bank loan for a property, because they have expert legal panel which do their own due-diligence on the property papers, titles, clearances etc..CommentQuote0Flag
- Hi mate did you just say you are planning to "BUY" a car park from the builder...just go through the links below before you pay anything for the parking....
DNA News - Developers cannot sell Open Spaces and Stilt Areas - Supreme Court
Hindustan Times - Parking Areas cannot be sold as Flats or Garages
Indian Express - Builders Cannot charge Extra for Stilt Parking Spaces and Common Areas - SC
It would be better if you could provide the name of the builder or the project name for people over here to give you a feedback...reading your post i sense you are very tempted to get this property...but do a complete research to avoid any surprises in future.... Here you might find some flats that intrest you Flat for Sale in Mumbai