Dear members,

Need your advice on the booking of NBCC heights - 2 BHK flat 2nd floor ( Super area 1140 sqt Built area: 826 sqft) in Rs. 42,32,000/-

Is the project and area is worthwile to invest for horizon of 3 years keeping the price. it is located on patuadi road, Hv paid 3 lakh booking amount and still have optin to back out or go ahead.

plz guide if i should go ahead ......or go for other options...

Anyone intrested in the project ( genuinely ) shall also let me know. The property can be transefreed by paying 100 rs sqft nominal charges.

warm regards,
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  • Only 14 flats got allotted in feb draw not bad at all
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  • Nbcc sec 89 kam band hai
    possession kab taq de payenge ..
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  • Originally Posted by trvdrrt
    Nbcc sec 89 kam band hai
    possession kab taq de payenge ..


    possession time frame will be 2016 End.
    new contractor to appointed for the work.
    till then enjoy the appreciation
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  • IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR SEC 89 BUYER
    NBCC COMMITTED POSSESSION IN 2014
    FOR SEC 89 GURGAUN
    http://www.nbccindia.com/nbccindia/publicc/NBCC_addd.jpg
    * Likly possetion by June 2014
    Please go through the advertisement
    Now the issue is construction work held up due to ........
    approx from last one year there is no progress or construction is going on
    next huge installment is coming in sep .2014

    I think collection of huge fund from public who booked there flat in this project
    must be stopped
    until project is ready to deliver as per there promise (possession june 2014)
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  • what to do now ?

    NBCC is not even replying on eMail id for real estate group given over website.

    It's not expected from navratna company.
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  • If a govt organisation not replying on your mail you may
    sent legal notice
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  • Sept 14 updates NBCC Heights 89

    Hi
    Greetings

    Construction at Project seems to have restarted as visible in Sep 14, pictures on website.
    Any resale happening?? open to public?? transfer charges??
    Any issues??

    interestingly some of the private builders refrain from publishing their construction status online.. good to see a PSU maintaining positive communication with buyers.

    Cheers
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  • NCDRC asks NBCC to pay Rs 2 lakh to buyer for 39 months rental loss
    The order passed on Friday directed NBCC to comply within four weeks, failing which it would have to pay 12% annual interest for the same period. Dipak K Dash | TNN | September 23, 2019, 07:54 IST


    NEW DELHI: The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has ordered state-owned NBCC to pay Rs 2 lakh for rental loss to a flat buyer who got his house after a delay of nearly 39 months.

    “We are of the considered view that there is deficiency of service on the part of NBCC and this complaint is allowed in part directing NBCC to pay interest at 10% per annum on the amount deposited by the complainant from June 2015 till the actual date of possession which is in August 2018, together with compensation of Rs 2 lakh for rental loss and mental agony and costs of Rs 25,000,” said the order passed by a two-member bench of NCDRC comprising its president Justice R K Agrawal and member M Shreesha.

    The order passed on Friday directed NBCC to comply within four weeks, failing which it would have to pay 12% annual interest for the same period.

    One Shriram Trivedi of Ramesh Nagar in Delhi had booked a flat in NBCC’s housing project in Sector 89 in Gurgaon in 2012 at a cost of over Rs 1 crore. NBCC had promised to deliver the flat by June 2014.


    When Trivedi visited the site in September 2014, he did not see any major progress. In an RTI reply, NBCC in May 2014 admitted that work had stopped from the January 2014.

    Trivedi had approached NCDRC in 2017. NBCC argued before the commission that construction was delayed as the contractor engaged for the project had failed to deliver and NBCC could not do much as there was an HC stay on encashing the bank guarantee of the defaulting construction firm.

    NBCC claimed ‘force majeure’ and agreed to pay compensation for the delayed period. But NCDRC turned down NBCC’s plea. It observed that NBCC could not give substantial reason for the delay.












    https://realty.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/regulatory/ncdrc-asks-nbcc-to-pay-rs-2-lakh-to-buyer-for-39-months-rental-loss/71251789
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