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- Originally Posted by vik thakurI am not saying deals are not available lower then this price but generally people are demanding this price.
Rs. 6600-6900 is average quoted BSP price and people are sealing deals at these prices. I am backing this number.CommentQuote1Flag
- Originally Posted by mitraaActual deals are at lower price than this... This is buyers market and its very difficult to find a buyer.....
buyer 100 200 1000
- Resale Tulip Orange
I am planning to buy a 3 BHK, 1437 - 1426 SqFt in Tulip Orange for end use. I was going through this thread but did not see posts after Dec 2014.
Please suggest what should be the best price to buy this property now, like BSP and all inclusive.
- You will get a good deal in the range of 1 - 1.10 Cr.CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by yashsharma5You will get a good deal in the range of 1 - 1.10 Cr.
This is the price quote i am getting from market also. Interesting thing is from many dealers (almost all)i am getting price quote of 1.08 Cr.
I was under the impression that market is down these days. So is Tulip Orange is not effected by the downfall? if yes, than How much can i bargain?CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by shnakey.gargThis is the price quote i am getting from market also. Interesting thing is from many dealers (almost all)i am getting price quote of 1.08 cr.
I was under the impression that market is down these days. So is Tulip Orange is not effected by the downfall? if yes, than How much can i bargain?
Market is slow you can easily get unit in 1-1.05 cr.
Depend on your bargain ability.CommentQuote0Flag
- Thanks for the information. I will visit the location today and will update here.CommentQuote0Flag
- 1437 SqFt in 1.08 Cr? AI rate comes to approx 7600/ SqFt? Unless you are talking of a bigger unit.CommentQuote0Flag
- Yesterday i visited some units and price quote is 1.05 CR.CommentQuote0Flag
- Construction quality does not justify the 1.10 Cr price tag. which is understandable as original price of flat was 30-35 Lacs.
whats the opinion of other members on this.CommentQuote0Flag
- the market is down that is why u r getting this price once the spr road is fully opertional the price will rise and than probably u wont get this rateCommentQuote0Flag
- I had earlier read about number issues faced by Orange residents. Was that first mover disadvantage or have the issues been really settled? Any update will be much appreciatedCommentQuote0Flag
- Hi, was planning to buy for self use here , if anyone has latest info pls reply ?CommentQuote0Flag
- Tulip societies question government’s fire safety monitoring, demand checks Shakir Mir | TNN | Oct 9, 2018, 07:27 IST
Gurgaon: In the aftermath of Monday’s fire at Tulip Orange, over 3,000 residents of nearby highrise societies, all of which have been built by Tulip Infrastructure, have expressed their worries about fire safety standards in their own societies.
Residents of Tulip White, Ivory and Violet have all been asking questions about the level of fire safety adherence in their apartment blocks, prompting maintenance firms to start inspection of all equipment post haste, to assuage concerns.
Residents also blamed authorities for issuing occupation and completion certificates to builders, without properly inspecting the sites. “I don’t blame the builder here at all,” said Vipul Ahuja of Tulip White. “The buck stops squarely with the administration. The developer simply did what it had to. It’s the job of authorities — the fire inspector, Huda and MCG — to ensure everything is in place and all safety standards are adhered to, before OCs and CCs are issued. Residents of Tulip White are now fearful. They want to know how much we’re honouring fire safeguards.”
Residents of Tulip White said their no objection certificate (NoC) for fire safety was withheld by the government this year. “We’ve approached the authorities on countless occasion. Every time, they come up with new excuses. They have been telling us the names of our buildings on paper don’t match with those on site. This, after issuing the NoC for the past three years. The mismatch in names was not a problem then, but is now. How did they issue us NOCs in the past?” said another resident who did not wish to be named.
Residents of Tulip Ivory said they had to check their own fire safety preparations. “Suddenly, it seems a new awareness has dawned upon us,” said Anand Kumar, a resident. “Just imagine, Tulip Lemon, the newly-built apartment block nearby that comes under affordable housing, has two staircases. Orange, which is a higher-end property, has one, and that too along the electricity shaft. How is this possible?”
In Tulip Violet, residents said they are going to approach the maintenance firm to check if all fire safety protocols are met. “I don’t know technicalities but after this, we’re afraid,” said Arpit Saxena, a resident.