Hi,
There are some existing threads on this topic but I want to have a different discussion especially with respect to Gurgaon. Hence a new thread.

I want to understand the following:

a. In Gurgaon, there is a specific FAR allowed on plots which is about 1.45 times for smaller plots and 1.2 times for larger ones. This means that a specific maximum area can be constructed on a plot. While comparing Apartments and plots, we find:
Apartments provide benefits like security, good infrastructure, brand value and power backup. Plots provide benefits like ownership of land, personal garden, flexibility of design and even power backup can be arranged thru gensets in larger plots. Now, all plots can be sold floor wise so one has the option of arranging funds at time of distress by selling a floor and continuing to use the balance area of the plot.

Question: While comparing the price of an apartment with that of a fully constructed plot , should both prices be same or should there be some difference? Which one should generally be higher? I find plots have more benefits but apartments are more expensive.

b. Within plots, generally smaller plots are more expensive per sq yard as compared to larger ones. . However, larger plots are generally smaller in number in any sector which should mean smaller supply and consequently higher price per sq yard. Pl comment. Also pl advise on how much price difference per sq yard there should be between a smaller and larger plot assuming a similar location.. However, larger plots are generally smaller in number in any sector which should mean smaller supply and consequently higher price per sq yard. Pl comment. Also pl advise on how much price difference per sq yard there should be between a smaller and larger plot assuming a similar location.. However, larger plots are generally smaller in number in any sector which should mean smaller supply and consequently higher price per sq yard. Pl comment. Also pl advise on how much price difference per sq yard there should be between a smaller and larger plot assuming a similar location.. However, larger plots are generally smaller in number in any sector which should mean smaller supply and consequently higher price per sq yard. Pl comment. Also pl advise on how much price difference per sq yard there should be between a smaller and larger plot assuming a similar location.
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