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- Originally Posted by akjgharNo, Lower floors like 3,4,7 etc are avaialble and after discount around 4300 ...
But confused over builder reputation...............
4300 all inclusive ? i doubt it .. maybe its bsp .. plz confirm from your brokerCommentQuote0Flag
- no its all inclusive .............
no broker ....... got it from marketting office ....... only for few daays they saidCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by akjgharno its all inclusive .............
no broker ....... got it from marketting office ....... only for few daays they said
yaar waise to be honest the feedback of their vaishali project (skytech magadh) is quite bad
but then this price in fresh booking is attractive i must say .. i tried in capetown however i found they only have 18th and 19th floor and that too at 4600 all incl after all sorts of so called special discountsCommentQuote0Flag
- hi akjghar,have u purchased or not.on what price. tell us ur feedback about matrott.CommentQuote0Flag
- Dear All,
I am thinking to book 2BKH 1015 sq ft in this project as the layout of the project seems to be good.current rate is 4700/sqft.
If anyone has already booked then please share their contact details.
and please share the pros and cons of the project as well.
- please share the exact picture of skytech matrott??
we are planning to give cheque by tomorrow for 1015 sqft and rate is 4700/-per sqft ,floor is 10th - 14thCommentQuote0Flag
- is rate Rs. 4700/- all inclusive or BSPCommentQuote0Flag
- Nobody is talking about the Skytech Matrott. Due to builder reputation this is the least demanded project in SEctor-76. I am thinking of taking bet in this project since it is among few projects available at less than 5300 psft in the entire 7x area.CommentQuote0Flag
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