Please let me know how an investment in DLF New Town Heights is going to be. I am basically interested in a 3 bedroom flat.
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  • re: DLF New Town Heights, (Different Sectors ), New Gurgaon

    Originally Posted by BANSI8050
    Do you guys see a correction in rates coming for NTH considering other projects in neighborhood at 8000+ ?


    Your point of view on this?
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  • Originally Posted by BANSI8050
    Your point of view on this?



    Who will go and stay there today? at least 2 years required for the area to be leavable.
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  • Originally Posted by BiplabM
    Who will go and stay there today? at least 2 years required for the area to be leavable.


    2 years is a highly optimistic estimate...it will take atleast 4 years for the area to have proper infra (read schools, hospitals, transport etc.) .. but then one wont get a DLF property for 4400 psf..
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  • Originally Posted by tyler_durden
    2 years is a highly optimistic estimate...it will take atleast 4 years for the area to have proper infra (read schools, hospitals, transport etc.) .. but then one wont get a DLF property for 4400 psf..


    You will be surprised how many people are waiting to move in the moment they get possesion, the high EMI alongwith rent being paid by them coupled with highhanded attitude of the landlords and greedy brokers it is becoming unbearable. Dont be surprised to see 20%-30% occupancy within 6 months to a year of offer of possesion. As long as there is proper road access, rest can be managed for a short period.
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  • Originally Posted by raysou
    You will be surprised how many people are waiting to move in the moment they get possesion, the high EMI alongwith rent being paid by them coupled with highhanded attitude of the landlords and greedy brokers it is becoming unbearable. Dont be surprised to see 20%-30% occupancy within 6 months to a year of offer of possesion. As long as there is proper road access, rest can be managed for a short period.


    agree to a certain extent. if my office is in cyber city or sohna road then i wont even tthink of commuting from NTH to office on daily basis. It's a mess at HH Chauk and KD Toll....i did a trial run during rush hours and was totally pissed off...surely a lot of people will move in but 20-30% occupancy alone in NTH wont make that place livable...

    That said, NTH is a very good buy at current prices (i might be sayin this because of personal interests) and in the longer run buyer wont regret...1850 sqft DLF flat at 96 lacs all inclusive..what else one wants :)

    i am totally with u on NTH being a good bet but disagree when it comes to livability in short term :D
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  • DLF homebuyers protest extra fee for parking space

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    Originally Posted by MANOJa
    The owners-cum-buyers of DLF New Town Heights are up in arms against the builder as they are being charged separately for parking.


    As per the Town and Country Planning (TCP) Act, Haryana, a builder cannot charge for parking space as it is included in the common area.

    According to the Haryana Apartment Owners Act, the developer is granted a licence to construct a society on the condition that it will create parking space in proportion to the number of flats, besides providing other facilities such as a clubs, health club etc.

    However, developers are allegedly selling parking space separately to innocent buyers.

    Tired of this violation, the owners-cum-buyers of DLF New Town Heights have formed an association and launched an online campaign to mobilise buyers of other projects.

    "DLF has sold the parking area separately from the common area. The common area includes community centre, shops, schools, health centres," said Nitin Grover, president, New Town Heights Owners Association.

    There are about 3,000 flats in three projects of New Town Heights coming up at Sectors 86, 90 and 91. DLF launched these projects in 2008 and they are yet to be completed.

    A senior DLF employee told HT, "I cannot comment on this. That is the concern of the government department. A few people are creating a hue and cry for no reason."

    Meanwhile, the buyers of New Town Heights are angry over the alleged gross violation by the developer.

    "We have given proof of illegalities such as sale of parking and its exclusion from the common area, sale of super area etc," said Amit Jain, a buyer.

    In a letter to the town and country planning department, the buyers referred to a Supreme Court judgement - regarding the sale of parking and common area in the Nahalchand Laloochand Private Limited vs Panchali Co-Operative Group Housing Society Limited - which clearly restricted such a practice.

    Grover further said in the last 25 years, builders in Haryana had been openly violating provisions in Acts regarding the construction and sale of group housing complex.

    RK Singh, senior town planner, refused to comment.










    DLF homebuyers protest extra fee for parking space - Hindustan Times
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  • Originally Posted by MANOJa
    Repeat post


    Manoj sir -- any particular reason for the repeat post?? are we missing something ?? :o
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  • As I always say, take the example of Tulip Petals, families are residing there and the distance between NTH & petals is not much, people will move over there no matter what the conditions are.. area takes time to develop and by the time it is developed it will not be possible for a common man to buy there.
    Also, DLF is making a small shopping complex near NTH 90 which will cater to the daily needs of residents, although schools, hospitals etc etc will take time to come..

    Originally Posted by BiplabM
    Who will go and stay there today? at least 2 years required for the area to be leavable.
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  • Originally Posted by tyler_durden
    Manoj sir -- any particular reason for the repeat post?? are we missing something ?? :o


    The subject article was first posted here -


    https://www.indianrealestateforum.com/forum/city-forums/more-cities-states/nagpur-real-estate-aa/215-nagpur-the-next-real-estate-destiantion?p=202#post215


    Since the news was very much relevant to this thread, the same was re posted here too .
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  • Originally Posted by researching
    As I always say, take the example of Tulip Petals, families are residing there and the distance between NTH & petals is not much, people will move over there no matter what the conditions are.. area takes time to develop and by the time it is developed it will not be possible for a common man to buy there.
    Also, DLF is making a small shopping complex near NTH 90 which will cater to the daily needs of residents, although schools, hospitals etc etc will take time to come..



    totally agree -- once area is developed a common man wont be able to afford NTH...its a short term pain for a long term gain ... as they say NO PAIN NO GAIN...
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  • Go and visit the location of Sec 86 NTH.. they will take one more year for the final possession of all towers....and swimming poll etc.. it would take 2 more year...

    Originally Posted by tyler_durden
    totally agree -- once area is developed a common man wont be able to afford NTH...its a short term pain for a long term gain ... as they say NO PAIN NO GAIN...
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  • DLF has got the OC for this project, they will be sending the letters for possession in another 2 months, those who want possession soon they will be given preference and flat will be handed over to them, they will complete the final work in flat according to the possession preference..

    Originally Posted by pkmittal
    Go and visit the location of Sec 86 NTH.. they will take one more year for the final possession of all towers....and swimming poll etc.. it would take 2 more year...
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  • hi, Any expert to comment on the penalty clause, the penalty for NTH was revised to 10 Rs psf. But when checking with DLF customer care they mentioned that penalty calculation will depend on timely payments of demands.
    I had couple of demand delayed by 1 or 2 weeks for which I already paid interest to DLF. So want to know if they have rights to reduce the penalty ?

    Senior members or anyone who dealt similar situation with other or DLF please comment.
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  • Originally Posted by rahul40
    Important Notice:
    Early Payment Rebate stands withdrawn for payments received after 31st March 2013 for all Schemes.

    Another customer friendly move from the house of DLF... arrey sunti ho ? aarti ki thali kahan hai bhaagwaan!
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