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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  • Originally Posted by shaitaan
    Yes, and he doesn't feel good, if you call him Mr. Daw. He definitely prefers "Daw". "a Mr. Daw" means somebody unknown. :D



    This whole discussion about Daw or Mr Daw is a complete non-sense.. I don't understand why people get personal in their comments. The discussion can be so much more constructive otherwise.
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  • Only reason you don't get monthly update is two reasons : sending update not a priority any more as no more flats to sell or no update to share because of slow progress.

    I think combination of both.
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  • Nothing personal here.....only thing we vote based on the candidate in the country so similar way we invest based on the company and the owner who run it......can you put your money without knowing the background.......This is the first project and showcase for them in the noida real state.....whatever the delay is or if not much progress then they should update to the customer .......what is the problem in that....the more they are clear the more the customer will have confidence.....

    Every project in noida sector-75,78,79.76 has the same delay issue.....This is a common issue in india and every consumer know it......but the point here is communication...and regularlar update..........
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  • Think about the people who are paying the rent and paying the EMI.....still they are not getting the flat.....bank is earning interest govt is earning service tax and builder is earning profit......the person whoose money invest is only paying EMI......by cutting his other expenses.......Think from that persective.....you can't imagine how people plan for money to purchase a flat and if that is like a dream after paying money......then it is a diffcult problem for common man......................
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  • I am one such person paying rent + emi, but I beg to differ. Thr customer is also gaining due to price appreciation. Yes, delayed possession is hurting the buyer most. I think we Indians are very poor at doing things on time. Someone who has got his house constructed can testify that even wen builder is not involved, the construction gets delayed. Even then the person pays rent and EMI. One buys an under construction property knowing that he has to manage rent + EMI.

    We in IT miss the deadlines most of the time. The customer doesn't get any appreciation on investment, and neither does he get a penalty.

    This is not to defend the builders in general or Sunshine in particular. They have totally lost the professionalism they started with. Delay is acceptable but not with repeated false promises and denials till the 11th hour. My point is that we have got in to a habit of playing the victim. We keep mum on benefits we get and cry over what we loose. There is daily halla in media and social media about price rise. But did anyone talk when income tax slabs were increased? People with taxable income of 10L paid 2.45 L tax before 5 years, and would pay 1.3 L this year. So it's a saving of approx 10k per month!
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    I am one such person paying rent + emi, but I beg to differ. Thr customer is also gaining due to price appreciation. Yes, delayed possession is hurting the buyer most. I think we Indians are very poor at doing things on time. Someone who has got his house constructed can testify that even wen builder is not involved, the construction gets delayed. Even then the person pays rent and EMI. One buys an under construction property knowing that he has to manage rent + EMI.

    We in IT miss the deadlines most of the time. The customer doesn't get any appreciation on investment, and neither does he get a penalty.

    This is not to defend the builders in general or Sunshine in particular. They have totally lost the professionalism they started with. Delay is acceptable but not with repeated false promises and denials till the 11th hour. My point is that we have got in to a habit of playing the victim. We keep mum on benefits we get and cry over what we loose. There is daily halla in media and social media about price rise. But did anyone talk when income tax slabs were increased? People with taxable income of 10L paid 2.45 L tax before 5 years, and would pay 1.3 L this year. So it's a saving of approx 10k per month!


    Well said!! Kudos mate

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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    I am one such person paying rent + emi, but I beg to differ. Thr customer is also gaining due to price appreciation. Yes, delayed possession is hurting the buyer most. I think we Indians are very poor at doing things on time. Someone who has got his house constructed can testify that even wen builder is not involved, the construction gets delayed. Even then the person pays rent and EMI. One buys an under construction property knowing that he has to manage rent + EMI.

    We in IT miss the deadlines most of the time. The customer doesn't get any appreciation on investment, and neither does he get a penalty.

    This is not to defend the builders in general or Sunshine in particular. They have totally lost the professionalism they started with. Delay is acceptable but not with repeated false promises and denials till the 11th hour. My point is that we have got in to a habit of playing the victim. We keep mum on benefits we get and cry over what we loose. There is daily halla in media and social media about price rise. But did anyone talk when income tax slabs were increased? People with taxable income of 10L paid 2.45 L tax before 5 years, and would pay 1.3 L this year. So it's a saving of approx 10k per month!


    Good motivation for builder but base less for End user. People wanted to move before Diwali 2013, but looks like it is still 6months - 1yr away.

    End users do lot of planning before putting his money. Even at the time of booking, they plan/add for the IT rebate also, which is only applicable after the possession. 1 yrs delay put lot of pressure on the end user ( mentally and financially ).

    We never miss dead line in IT, we just deliver it partially (incases of delay ), so that the customer work should not get impacted. Instead of delivering nothing and this is also communicated well in advance.

    I am strongly against this practice of delay. At the time of possession builder also charge for delay payments then what's the issue in paying penalty. ?

    The excuses are:
    1. All projects are delay that's why ours also.
    2. No one is paying penalty, so do we.

    My POV. :D
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  • initially newsletters were monthly then once in 2 months now its builder wish and mood. This is not fair Ssh.

    Originally Posted by shaitaan
    Good motivation for builder but base less for End user. People wanted to move before Diwali 2013, but looks like it is still 6months - 1yr away.

    End users do lot of planning before putting his money. Even at the time of booking, they plan/add for the IT rebate also, which is only applicable after the possession. 1 yrs delay put lot of pressure on the end user ( mentally and financially ).

    We never miss dead line in IT, we just deliver it partially (incases of delay ), so that the customer work should not get impacted. Instead of delivering nothing and this is also communicated well in advance.

    I am strongly against this practice of delay. At the time of possession builder also charge for delay payments then what's the issue in paying penalty. ?

    The excuses are:
    1. All projects are delay that's why ours also.
    2. No one is paying penalty, so do we.

    My POV. :D
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  • initially newsletters were monthly then once in 2 months now its builder wish and mood. This is not fair Ssh.

    Originally Posted by shaitaan
    Good motivation for builder but base less for End user. People wanted to move before Diwali 2013, but looks like it is still 6months - 1yr away.

    End users do lot of planning before putting his money. Even at the time of booking, they plan/add for the IT rebate also, which is only applicable after the possession. 1 yrs delay put lot of pressure on the end user ( mentally and financially ).

    We never miss dead line in IT, we just deliver it partially (incases of delay ), so that the customer work should not get impacted. Instead of delivering nothing and this is also communicated well in advance.

    I am strongly against this practice of delay. At the time of possession builder also charge for delay payments then what's the issue in paying penalty. ?

    The excuses are:
    1. All projects are delay that's why ours also.
    2. No one is paying penalty, so do we.

    My POV. :D
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  • Originally Posted by shaitaan

    The excuses are:
    1. All projects are delay that's why ours also.
    2. No one is paying penalty, so do we.

    My POV. :D


    But the excuses do not stand

    1. Not all projects delay. The mosy bashed Amrapali has delivered a few Towers in Zodiac on time. Prateek delivered Laurel with minimal delay.
    Gaur grandeur ph 1 was delivered without delay.

    2. Oft-abused builders like Amrapali, Jaypee and Paramount anf Mahagun have paid penalty. And they hadn't even touted *pay penalty from day one* as their promise, the the way Sunshine had.
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    But the excuses do not stand

    1. Not all projects delay. The mosy bashed Amrapali has delivered a few Towers in Zodiac on time. Prateek delivered Laurel with minimal delay.
    Gaur grandeur ph 1 was delivered without delay.

    2. Oft-abused builders like Amrapali, Jaypee and Paramount anf Mahagun have paid penalty. And they hadn't even touted *pay penalty from day one* as their promise, the the way Sunshine had.


    True, Hathi key daant khaney key kuch aur , aur dikhaney key kuch aur. :D

    BTW, how is your planning going on. Selling this delayed project and investing in Pune. ? Any progress or still search is going on. ?
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    I am one such person paying rent + emi, but I beg to differ. Thr customer is also gaining due to price appreciation. Yes, delayed possession is hurting the buyer most. I think we Indians are very poor at doing things on time. Someone who has got his house constructed can testify that even wen builder is not involved, the construction gets delayed. Even then the person pays rent and EMI. One buys an under construction property knowing that he has to manage rent + EMI.

    We in IT miss the deadlines most of the time. The customer doesn't get any appreciation on investment, and neither does he get a penalty.

    This is not to defend the builders in general or Sunshine in particular. They have totally lost the professionalism they started with. Delay is acceptable but not with repeated false promises and denials till the 11th hour. My point is that we have got in to a habit of playing the victim. We keep mum on benefits we get and cry over what we loose. There is daily halla in media and social media about price rise. But did anyone talk when income tax slabs were increased? People with taxable income of 10L paid 2.45 L tax before 5 years, and would pay 1.3 L this year. So it's a saving of approx 10k per month!


    bhai aapka statement in red samajh nahin aaya ?
    which company are you in ? In my company there is no scope of missing deadlines unless the customer had changed the requirements significantly during the course of the project :) in short hum employees ki band baji rehti hai lekin deadline kabhi naa miss howe hain :D
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  • Originally Posted by trialsurvey
    bhai aapka statement in red samajh nahin aaya ?
    which company are you in ? In my company there is no scope of missing deadlines unless the customer had changed the requirements significantly during the course of the project :) in short hum employees ki band baji rehti hai lekin deadline kabhi naa miss howe hain :D


    Not apt for me to disclose the company name(s), but the motto is - it's better to ship a few days later, than to ship a defective product.
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  • Originally Posted by trialsurvey
    bhai aapka statement in red samajh nahin aaya ?
    which company are you in ? In my company there is no scope of missing deadlines unless the customer had changed the requirements significantly during the course of the project :) in short hum employees ki band baji rehti hai lekin deadline kabhi naa miss howe hain :D


    Well said, bhai Pungi baj gayee dead line meet kartey kartey ...... But manager always says that in appraisal "You have missed the deadline" :D

    Lagtaa hai Faticher bhai, manager ban gaye hai .... :D
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    Not apt for me to disclose the company name(s), but the motto is - it's better to ship a few days later, than to ship a defective product.


    oh ok lagta hai aap product based company mein ho

    bhai hum toh service based model mein kaam karte hain .. client bhagwaan hai .. humare backside ki koi value nahin .. weekend pe bhi lagi padi rehti hai .. but deadline should not be missed
    :Cry:
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