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Just wanted 2 know whether BPTP Park Prime Sector 66 Gurgaon is a good from end user's perspective? In this forum anybody has bought apartment in the BPTP Park Prime as end user?

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  • Thanks both. I think I will stay invested for now. Particularly because contrary to popular opinion about BPTP, I'm really happy with them on this project:

    - Their customer service is excellent (for me). I know they have had massive issues in Faridabad and even with their sector 57 project (Freedom Park Life) but not the case here.

    - The work seems to be progressing fast. It appears they will deliver +3 months or so from their commited date (Nov '11). This is quite good considering the delays elsewhere.

    - The neighbourhood is going to be awesome - IREO, M3M, Landmark Commercial, Emaar - all in the vicinity.

    - The area is almost liveable now - black top 60 m road ready till the Park Prime site.

    - Average density project - 9 towers (6 Park Prime + 3 Mansions) in 11 acres

    I don't see how the prices won't climb - unless BPTP screws up massively at this late stage.
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  • I have a 1999 Sq. Ft. unit, and I agree with you on the pace of construction and the possible possession. My sense is that this project should be touching 6500+ by the time they offer possession - worst case scenario - June 2012.

    It's anybody's guess on the price movement, considering that the current projects are 6500+ where no work has started and a project like Park Prime where you are looking at possession in near future.
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  • I am invested in Park Prime

    I bought in November 2009, and since then the construction has been going on in full swing. Of the 15 floors in every tower, nearly 80% are complete. Their construction updates are regularly posted on the website. Also their customer care whcih was nearly dead when I first bought the apartment, is now surprisingly very active and responsive. I get a reply to any question/concern/doubt sent via email within a day.

    But yes, I am myself am a wary investor, because I see a lot of negative reviews from end users.

    Which I guess could be true if I go looking for other builders as well like DLF, ANSAL, UNITECH. It is just that because I am invested in BPTP, I only look for reveiews on BPTP.
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  • You are right. Atleast for this project BPTP is doing a good job. I cannot comment on construction quality but pace of construction is good. This project is going to be Value for Money.

    No builder is following ethical practice. Some has good PR system so they are able to hide.

    Originally Posted by ssood1980
    I bought in November 2009, and since then the construction has been going on in full swing. Of the 15 floors in every tower, nearly 80% are complete. Their construction updates are regularly posted on the website. Also their customer care whcih was nearly dead when I first bought the apartment, is now surprisingly very active and responsive. I get a reply to any question/concern/doubt sent via email within a day.

    But yes, I am myself am a wary investor, because I see a lot of negative reviews from end users.

    Which I guess could be true if I go looking for other builders as well like DLF, ANSAL, UNITECH. It is just that because I am invested in BPTP, I only look for reveiews on BPTP.
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  • Originally Posted by rajggn
    You are right. Atleast for this project BPTP is doing a good job. I cannot comment on construction quality but pace of construction is good. This project is going to be Value for Money.

    No builder is following ethical practice. Some has good PR system so they are able to hide.


    Rightly said. If the decision has to be made just based on the complaiants alone, then one will end up only with projects from new builders. Any big builder will have high number of complaints too. DLF/Unitech/Emaar/BPTP/Vatika...list is endless.
    One should weigh all the factors of the project,location,price,builder,progress etc etc and then take a decison.
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  • Consider these -


    burnt fingers with bptp park prime (none / 0) (#3)
    by surajitguha on Tue Nov 24, 2009 at 05:30:04 AM EST
    you wanted to consider BPT PPark Prime. We are a group of buyers who had a horrible expereince with BPTP Park Prime. I am sharing our expereinces you are free to evaluate. Do search the net (gurgaon scoop, yahoo groups, mouth shout etc to know other people's expereinces)
    BEWARE: BPTP PARK PRIME - CHEATING REACHES A NEW LOW!

    Since booking on Feb 2008, apart from showing false plot while booking, changing floor area 3 times, slapping ambiguous additional charges, BPTP has managed a new low. THE 2 BED ROOMS HAVE BEEN CHANGED TO 3 BEDROOMS WITH THE SAME SPACE. They are taking money from last 2 years and now this. Hope this will help Economic Offence Wing a solid case to pursue. Seems like no one can beat them when it comes to cheating public. Please beware and sound your friends and prevent them from falling in the trap of the fraud company.

    BPTP Sec 66 Cheating - case stronger at Economic Offence Wing

    Dear Fellow Investors of BPTP Sec 66 Park Prime,Gurgaon.

    Yesterday a group of investors met a senior official at Delhi Police Economic Offence Wing. Though it was a reinforce meeting after filing the applications last week to Deputy Commissioner of Police, the interaction did yield more positive response than expected. Here's a summary of the meeting.

    > The official took serious notice of the fact that residential booking was taken showing a commercial plot, which straight amounts to fraud.

    > The official recognised that fact that the change of area of flats (2 times in 3-bedroom unit and 3 times in 2 bedroom units) violates the agreement of sale which will go heavily against the BPTP.

    > One member also updated the land at Park Prime is owned by 3 parties and not BPTP. They have an agreement that 35% flats will be given to them in lieu of land. But as you know even after one and half year there's is absolutely no resale value of the project, it's a doomed project already as in better location in Sohna Road you get a 3-bedroom at almost half the price.

    > Another senior member informed that BPTP assumes that the project will take at least 5 years (2014 or later to complete, if at all).

    > WE HAVE ALSO IN TOUCH WITH A VERY SENIOR OFFICIAL WHO HAS RECENTLY LEFT THE COMPANY (BPTP). HE ADVISED THAT FINANCIAL CONDITION AND INTENTION OF THE COMPANY ARE FAR FROM ABLE TO COMPLETE ANY PROJECT AND THE EARLIEST EXIT IS THE ONLY WAY TO SAVE GUARD YOUR INTEREST.

    > The number of complaints and applications against BPTP for cheating, misleading and fraud has been on a steady increase over few months.

    > Along with BPTP Sec 66 project, BPTP Sec 37 project has also received a number of complaint applications for cheating, misleading and fraud.

    > The EOW Official has himself inspected the area and details are sought to initiate punitive legal action.

    > Last but not the list, the official shared a case of another builder who was arrested in 2008, July for similar fraud with public and serving his long sentence.

    As new members are joining in, the case is getting stronger, with regular follow ups.

    You can empower yourself by
    > bringing more members together,
    > sharing any communication with dealer/BPTP to get your hard earned money back.
    > communicating in one voice as a group against as an indivisual
    > Follow DLF New Town investors way who got their money back.

    Keep visiting for updates.

    regards

    Investor Forum: BPTP Sec 66 Park Prime
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  • BPTP Complaints
    EMAAR Complaints
    UNITECH Complaints
    DLF Complaints
    Chintu Complaints...and list goes on....

    complaints...complaints...complaints....fed up and scared of every builder in GGN now, so much -ve-ism has been flooded by the members here. I am just worried about the new end users who are looking to buy the only dream home for their family.

    Even companies like Reliance, Tata, Birla have so many complaints and court cases against them, have people stopped doing business?

    I know most of the info brought here by members is true and people need to be cautious, but there needs to be a line drawn, but members here are just copying pasting the same crap in every thread, don't understand what's their vested interest.

    This forum use to be real informative few months back but it has now become a piece of shi**. Its good to be informed but too much of such information will take you no where.

    I have decided to invest with Hiranandani in Bangalore, any fans out here who want to paste some complaints or should i start a new complaint thread ?
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  • Khan Bhai, bahut dukhi laag rahe ho .

    Please ignore the complaint threads & complaints, everybody is not as knowledgeable as some here & many investors/newbies look at these complaints, as to decide where to go .

    Agreed too much of information is bad, but u can always ignore, what u feel is going in excess, some people may not be feeling, the way u or some others feel .

    If u wish, somebody can start a complaint thread on Hiranandi too .
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Khan Bhai, bahut dukhi laag rahe ho .

    Please ignore the complaint threads & complaints, everybody is not as knowledgeable as some here & many investors/newbies look at these complaints, as to decide where to go .

    Agreed too much of information is bad, but u can always ignore, what u feel is going in excess, some people may not be feeling, the way u or some others feel .

    If u wish, somebody can start a complaint thread on Hiranandi too .


    Well ManoJji I dont mind and don't care about any complaint thread. Any smart person whether investor or end-user shud do his due diligence instead of relying on any forum which is contributed by few handful of people, some of whom who might be brokers, builders or marketing agents,etc ( read SOME).

    I use to enjoy reading IREF and always appreciated informative comments by some members but now people have formed groups and busy thrashing the other group and poor builders are suffering unnecessarily ( :D poor builders lol )
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  • Yes postings of complaints is being done. But they are necessary so that people become aware.

    But lately they have become very repetitive. Cant understand the purpose. If somebody wants to get info from a forum like iref, then let him also do some searching. Spoon feading & posting same info/complaints again & again serves no purpose.
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  • I love the part, poor builders :D& groups in IREF is also is a reality.

    Here is a view, opposite to yrs ( it was posted today only ) -


    Originally Posted by nkg_8
    Nice posts Manoj...

    After reading these post it looks like the buyers who can't stop themselves to avail a pre-launch discount may suffer anytime with such situations.

    There is always a risk involved if you are booking in prelauch stage and most of the complaints are because of verbal commitments/lack of clarity at the time of booking.

    And builders are master in availing benifit of your one mistake.



    Khan Bhai, here r some of Sidhuism, may be apt here & may change yr. mood -


    Easy to criticise an egg, difficult to lay one.

    It's not the early bird that gets the worm, it's the smart one.

    Commonsense is the knack of seeing things as they are and doing things as they need to be done.

    You dont judge the Horse-power of a vehicle by the size of its exhaust.

    The optimist sees the doughnut, the pessimeist sees the hole.
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  • If somebody is repeating complaints it is an issue ( i am aware of few such cases ), but if somebody inadvertently makes a repeat post, that should not be a problem .

    Also, i feel posting of complaints is very important . U may call it spoon feeding, yr. view, appreciate it, but if it helps somebody in taking an informed decision, the purpose stands served .


    P.S - Khan Bhai, Yeh Chintu naam kisne rakha tha, any idea ?

    Originally Posted by sandelhi
    Yes postings of complaints is being done. But they are necessary so that people become aware.

    But lately they have become very repetitive. Cant understand the purpose. If somebody wants to get info from a forum like iref, then let him also do some searching. Spoon feading & posting same info/complaints again & again serves no purpose.
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    If somebody is repeating complaints it is an issue ( i am aware of few such cases ), but if somebody inadvertently makes a repeat post, that should not be a problem .

    Also, i feel posting of complaints is very important . U may call it spoon feeding, yr. view, appreciate it, but if it helps somebody in taking an informed decision, the purpose stands served .


    P.S - Khan Bhai, Yeh Chintu naam kisne rakha tha, any idea ?


    chintu naam to maine hi diya - chintu ne socha ki usne customers ko chintu banaya aur customers soch rahe hain ki unne chintu ko chintu banaya :D lol lets wait n watch asli chintu kaun hai....

    :D I hope I don't get sued :)
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  • LOL. It is a beauty. Appropriate name :bab (45):& an even better, enlightening explanation . Love it . & sue hone ke chances bahut bright hai .:bab (45):


    :bab (41)::bab (56)::bab (41):



    Originally Posted by shkhan
    chintu naam to maine hi diya - chintu ne socha ki usne customers ko chintu banaya aur customers soch rahe hain ki unne chintu ko chintu banaya :D lol lets wait n watch asli chintu kaun hai....

    I hope I don't get sued
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