I have booked a flat in this property.
Anybody who has taken a flat in the same project? Might be good to connect.
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  • Astonishing Photos!!!

    Astonishing Photos!!!
    Which Sector is it??? And what type of bldg??
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  • Any idea about the readiness of the Sample Flat for any of these Buildings.
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  • Originally Posted by indiabulls
    Astonishing Photos!!!
    Which Sector is it??? And what type of bldg??[/Q

    First Photo is of Sector 3

    Second is for Sector 4

    Last tow ar for sector 2Astonishing Photos!!!
    Which Sector is it??? And what type of bldg??[/Q

    First Photo is of Sector 3

    Second is for Sector 4

    Last tow ar for sector 2
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  • THANKS

    Originally Posted by newlayout
    Originally Posted by indiabulls
    Astonishing Photos!!!
    Which Sector is it??? And what type of bldg??
    rst Photo is of Sector 3

    Second is for Sector 4

    Last tow ar for sector 2



    THANKS FOR UPDATING US WITH PHOTOS AND SECTOR.
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  • Draft real estate bill to crack down on unfair practices

    News on date 11-11-11

    Fly-by-night builders of housing projects could be see tough times ahead.
    Builders issuing misleading advertisement for sale of flats or unnecessarily delaying projects will also come under scrutiny if the proposals in the draft real estate Bill are accepted.
    The Bill proposes up to three years imprisonment or a fine up to 10 per cent of the project cost, if any builder “wilfully” develops or constructs projects without first registering it and obtaining a certificate from the proposed Real Estate Regulatory Authority.
    Also, promoters who “wilfully” violate any other provision of the Bill will have to cough up penalty of up to five per cent of the project cost.
    “There have been unfair practices in the sector and even the real estate bodies have talked about the need for a regulation…Why did the need arise…because of unscrupulous fly-by-night operators,” the Minister of Housing, Ms Kumari Selja, said.
    The draft Bill – after consultation with States, Central Ministries and the industry – will be sent to the Cabinet for approval before the Winter Session of Parliament.
    Asked if she anticipated major opposition to the Bill from developers or States who ultimately have to implement it, the Minister said, “The Bill will protect consumers' interest and we will not compromise on that. At the same time, we do not wish to put any impediments to the growth of real estate sector.”
    The real estate industry has labelled certain provision of the Bill as “impractical” and have also criticised the imprisonment clauses with regard to the promoter.
    “We are legitimate, respectful businesses…The Bill should not have imprisonment clauses, because the Indian Penal Code anyway deals with that aspect,” said Mr Getamber Anand, Vice-President of real estate association CREDAI.
    The Bill states that each phase of project will have to be registered separately. The only exception for registration is where the land under consideration is less than 4000 square metres, or where all approvals for project have come a year before the Act comes into effect.
    While registering a project with the proposed regulator – incidentally each State will have such a body – the builder will have to submit details such as size of plots, layout plan, and facilities proposed in the project.
    Developers will also have to commit a timeframe for completion of the project. Further 70 per cent of the amount taken from allottees from time to time will have to be deposited in a separate account and can be utilized only for that particular project.


    Refer link : Business Line : Industry & Economy / Government & Policy : Draft real estate bill to crack down on unfair practices
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  • Marathon Nexzone effect

    With Marathon nexzone in competetion at Panvel, Indiabulls has waived off floor rise, PLC & Car park charges. (see today's property times supplement with TOI)
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  • Hi

    Originally Posted by ni1977
    With Marathon nexzone in competetion at Panvel, Indiabulls has waived off floor rise, PLC & Car park charges. (see today's property times supplement with TOI)


    As per my knowledge they have reduced prices.... NO..But this offer is like no plc no park charges no floorrise but with conditions like, above 24thfloors and if u pay full payment like ADF. then they r giving rate of something 4350/-PSF and if u pay slabwise then rate is around5000/-PSF this is the actual meaning of their advertisement....
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  • good tactic by IB

    Thanks for info peeya.
    Is this offer for phase 1 where construction already started or phase 2 where approvals are pending?
    If this is for phase 1 then its a good offer with adf.
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  • Originally Posted by peeya
    As per my knowledge they have reduced prices.... NO..But this offer is like no plc no park charges no floorrise but with conditions like, above 24thfloors and if u pay full payment like ADF. then they r giving rate of something 4350/-PSF and if u pay slabwise then rate is around5000/-PSF this is the actual meaning of their advertisement....

    Nice to see u back in the forum!!
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  • Originally Posted by peeya
    As per my knowledge they have reduced prices.... NO..But this offer is like no plc no park charges no floorrise but with conditions like, above 24thfloors and if u pay full payment like ADF. then they r giving rate of something 4350/-PSF and if u pay slabwise then rate is around5000/-PSF this is the actual meaning of their advertisement....


    It is for Phase-I unsold flats only. There is no mention of waiving off parking charge. In order to avail this offer, you need to take home loan from Indiabulls Finance at 11% interest rate for 20 years. You don't have to pay any pre-EMI till posession (that's the good part).
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  • Whether thier call for making mass sales is on account of Marathon Nexzone or the bigger picture could be that this may just be the beginning of reversal of the long-awaited price drop. One will have to wait and see!
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  • Originally Posted by ni1977
    With Marathon nexzone in competetion at Panvel, Indiabulls has waived off floor rise, PLC & Car park charges. (see today's property times supplement with TOI)



    hi can u pls send d link....
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  • Paid VAT

    Hi All,

    Finally paid 1% VAT.

    Regards
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  • Up And away

    Prop prices are goin beyond reach builders like rahejas india bulls hiranadan etc are ready to provide heavy discoun if u r ready to pay 100% upfront.... this shows whts their position ...still prices are just goin high and high
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  • link to IndiaBulls Advt in Times Property

    Originally Posted by bolara
    hi can u pls send d link....


    The link to IndiaBulls Advt in Times Property:

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