Another new project in Noida :

sunshinehelios.com

Website is excellent, no idea about ground reality..Even could not find the builder details..But the concept and amenities are excellent..

Has anyone got any clue about builder and any completed project by him.

Surprisingly no broker is also talking about this project.
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  • 1) I am convinced that atleast not all the room require wooden flooring..Thanks

    2) I have 2 units in SSH, I cannot buy gold / commodities of that much amount so will try to reinvest in real estate only but with reputed builders only.

    Thanks guys for your suggestions.


    Originally Posted by camanish
    Hello Mr. Pathan,

    Although you have not asked me, but I hope you wouldn't mind if I gave my opinion.

    1) Wooden floorings are new to India. They are considered chic, fashionable, modern, international and easily stick on to the fancy of the average indian household. That is why most builders offer it in atleast one room. There is little knowledge about them in the India. I may not have a lot of knowledge about them myself but I know that they require a lot of care. For eg: You cannot mop them as a tile floor, they have to be waxed once or twice in a week, anti termite protection, can be scratched when moving furniture, etc. I am from Delhi and my parents have their own home here. I remember, when we were constructing our first floor these are some issues we struggled with too. And then we learnt that even tiles are not the best option for floors. When shifting or moving furniture they too can be permanently scratched. So it is tough to decide. It will be tough to find local labor who would know how to repair wooden floor if needed. Everyone's opinion will be different but, given an option, I will certainly not go for wooden flooring in all the rooms. May be just the master bedroom.

    I understand that you are an investor and not an end user. Yet, I believe that you must always decide as if an end user because when selling the house it will be easy for you to convince your buyer about the choices you made. Personally, I wouldn't want to buy a house from someone who made poor choices because he/ she did not intend to live there. You know, :(

    2) About when to sell, I will take a pass on that one. But I will give a double thumbs up to a reinvestment decision in real estate. Ofcourse, there are ample investment avenues, but real estate has always remained most consistent and profitable. Not all projects though, but most do. You can also try investing in commodities like Gold too. Depends on your goals and time horizon completely.

    I am sorry if I have said a few extra words.

    My Best to you,
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  • can somebody please post the photographs of the tiles for the rooms, drawing, dining and kitchen that this months newsletter talks about. Thanks in advance
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  • bathroom tiles have been shown in the old newsletter, jan or feb.
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  • I saw that but i was thinking of putting tiles in all the bedrooms also instead of wooden flooring, so just wanted to have a look. Actually I dont stay in noida so cant go to the site to see what has been put in the sample flat
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  • I am also opting for tiles in all bedrooms. i would probably give it on rent, so wooden is not a good choice for me.
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  • same here even i will be giving it on rent so wanted to decide which tiles will be best for living and kitchen and which one will be good for bedrooms. by the way how much rent are you expecting for 1575
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  • The default floor tiles are the best for living/kitchen/bedrooms - everything. They are not slippery and do not make the floor monotonous. The smooth tiles option is not good IMO. Most builder are using the smooth tiles only. Even Sunshine used them in the sample flat before, then they removed those and changed to the leather finish tiles.

    I haven't thought abt expected rent. Depends a lot on construction in the surrounding area. Jo bhi milega, doesn't matter. But I feel 15k + maintenance charge is a safe expectation.
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    The default floor tiles are the best for living/kitchen/bedrooms - everything. They are not slippery and do not make the floor monotonous. The smooth tiles option is not good IMO. Most builder are using the smooth tiles only. Even Sunshine used them in the sample flat before, then they removed those and changed to the leather finish tiles.

    I haven't thought abt expected rent. Depends a lot on construction in the surrounding area. Jo bhi milega, doesn't matter. But I feel 15k + maintenance charge is a safe expectation.


    If it works out on the rent expectation, its awesome...:bab (59): all the best Sirji... hum bhi khadey hai raho mein... :D
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  • bhaiya ji,

    1575 size ke liye 15k me awesome kya hai? Sector 47 ki kothee me avg specs wale 1000 sqft ke 14k lag rahe hain.
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    bhaiya ji,

    1575 size ke liye 15k me awesome kya hai? Sector 47 ki kothee me avg specs wale 1000 sqft ke 14k lag rahe hain.


    Arey garam naa ho bhai...

    mujhe kya pata tha aapka flat 1575 size ka hai... I was thinking of a normal 2 BHK types...
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  • this project has minimum size 1575 sqft. :D

    Originally Posted by parth1311
    Arey garam naa ho bhai...

    mujhe kya pata tha aapka flat 1575 size ka hai... I was thinking of a normal 2 BHK types...
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  • Originally Posted by Pathan
    this project has minimum size 1575 sqft. :D


    Thanks Pathan Bhai... I dint know the specs. Badey logon a project h ai bhai ye to...
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  • Neighbour Mahagun Moderene latest prices...

    For Mahagun Moderne... Now Flexi rate is 4850 PSF and DP Rate 4700 PSF.
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  • SS Business Park

    Pravin, Sids, Amit et al:

    Did you guys condier investing in their commercial project. Please PM me if someone has invested already or is planning to.

    Also, let me know if you guys are planning to meet sometime soon as I am in Delhi now. Pravin, have you moved to Pune?
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  • Originally Posted by khalnayak
    Pravin, Sids, Amit et al:

    Did you guys condier investing in their commercial project. Please PM me if someone has invested already or is planning to.

    Also, let me know if you guys are planning to meet sometime soon as I am in Delhi now. Pravin, have you moved to Pune?


    I have bought 1 office space & 1 studio apartment for investment purpose.
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