What do you guys think about Jaypee Greens Wishtown - NOIDA? Is this a good time to buy? Is Wishtown a good investment?

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  • not agree. pls consider land cost.
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  • hi, could anyone advise on the rental potential for Pavilion Court Non-GC 1 BHK in the short as well as long term. Am weighing my options to take the plunge
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  • Originally Posted by krafty
    hi, could anyone advise on the rental potential for Pavilion Court Non-GC 1 BHK in the short as well as long term. Am weighing my options to take the plunge


    At the moment, am considering PC Tower 1
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  • Brother avoid high cost 1 bhk..
    Noida is not a rich enough place that people will stay on rent in a 1 Bhk at high rentals.. They can instead take a 2bhk.. If it would be golf facing, i wouldnt doubt a bit, but with its Non GC views, im not extremely bullish on it..
    For short term, buy a Good park facing lower facing unit in kosmos n klassic and just before possession exit to make entry elsewhere..

    My POV..
    Im just talking from investment POv.
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  • Originally Posted by akash.g
    Brother avoid high cost 1 bhk..
    Noida is not a rich enough place that people will stay on rent in a 1 Bhk at high rentals.. They can instead take a 2bhk.. If it would be golf facing, i would doubt a bit, but with its Non GC views, im not extremely bullish on it..
    For short term, buy a Good park facing lower facing unit in kosmos n klassic and just before possession exit to make entry elsewhere..

    My POV..
    Im just talking from investment POv.


    Thanks, but since i am not looking to make a quick exit, may not consider Kosmos/ Klassic.
    In your opinion, is there any other property worth 50 Lacs in any project in Noida (whether 1BHK/ 2BHK), which you feel would fetch higher rentals yields in the medium/long term compared to PC? Essentially am looking at a 50L ticket size with best rental yields (always thought 1BHK was easiest to rent out). Am okay with coughing up 50L upfront so resale is also okay!
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  • First kindly tell me the exact size of PC 1 bhk.
    Is it 700sqft?
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  • Originally Posted by akash.g
    First kindly tell me the exact size of PC 1 bhk.
    Is it 700sqft?

    It's 800 sq ft
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  • Originally Posted by rahulchawla5
    hey today is Jaypee AGM...any ideaas wen it gonna start??
    please keep updatin on the same

    Any update on JP AGM yesterday....
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  • Originally Posted by deeprupani
    Any update on JP AGM yesterday....


    There was a half page update in either TOI or HT I saw. Not much time to analyse - the share is up 2.5% today as an indirect interpretation

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  • Originally Posted by krafty
    It's 800 sq ft


    Re: Rent - you should buy the cheapest 1 BHK for renting out.

    For 50L budget, buying two 1BHKS will fetch better rent than one 2BHK or a premium 1BHK.

    Only reason for going for 2BHK for renting out over 1BHK is there is less chances of rental defaults from family people

    For premium renting, always go for minimum 1400 plus SF for a bachelor pad, 3000 SF plus for a family flat.

    All other premium sizes are for self use mainly.

    Going for a 700 or 800 SF premium flat for renting out is not meaningful - your rental yield will fall (disproportionate rent to the capital outlay)

    Only rationale to buy 700/800 sf premium 1BHK as an investment is for long term capital gains plus giving to your bachelor son to live for free during studies etc - if he is studying in the region. In other words - for self use
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  • Is it worth go for CLP now??

    Dear all,

    I own a unit in Kensington Bouleward 1420 sq ft that i bought in 2010 Sept..... under PDP plan.... as they were offering a "mouth watering" 12% discount on BSP then...i bought it at 2610 Rs psf after all discounts then... considering the delays, and the options given by Jaypee, they are willing to convert to CLP in case the customer requests....

    Since I am a biology fellow and not Maths/ Accounts person, can somebody very kindly explain the mathematical advantages for conversion of plan... I already paid 3 lakhs Booking amount, 20,0k within a month and almost 20% BSP on UBS....thanks in advance
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  • Originally Posted by Venkytalks
    Re: Rent - you should buy the cheapest 1 BHK for renting out.

    For 50L budget, buying two 1BHKS will fetch better rent than one 2BHK or a premium 1BHK.

    Only reason for going for 2BHK for renting out over 1BHK is there is less chances of rental defaults from family people

    For premium renting, always go for minimum 1400 plus SF for a bachelor pad, 3000 SF plus for a family flat.

    All other premium sizes are for self use mainly.

    Going for a 700 or 800 SF premium flat for renting out is not meaningful - your rental yield will fall (disproportionate rent to the capital outlay)

    Only rationale to buy 700/800 sf premium 1BHK as an investment is for long term capital gains plus giving to your bachelor son to live for free during studies etc - if he is studying in the region. In other words - for self use


    One primary angle missed out in having premiumness of any rental unit is "LOCATION" ... size may come later and will be function of location. I have seen units in NYC which are 800-900sft bt are on park street and thats where sons and daughters of honchos were. Similarly, Vasant vihar is not full of apartments which are at least 3000sft but they are the premium address in NCR.
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  • Originally Posted by mindguru
    One primary angle missed out in having premiumness of any rental unit is "LOCATION" ... size may come later and will be function of location. I have seen units in NYC which are 800-900sft bt are on park street and thats where sons and daughters of honchos were. Similarly, Vasant vihar is not full of apartments which are at least 3000sft but they are the premium address in NCR.


    Originally Posted by Venkytalks
    Re: Rent - you should buy the cheapest 1 BHK for renting out.

    For 50L budget, buying two 1BHKS will fetch better rent than one 2BHK or a premium 1BHK.

    Only reason for going for 2BHK for renting out over 1BHK is there is less chances of rental defaults from family people

    For premium renting, always go for minimum 1400 plus SF for a bachelor pad, 3000 SF plus for a family flat.

    All other premium sizes are for self use mainly.

    Going for a 700 or 800 SF premium flat for renting out is not meaningful - your rental yield will fall (disproportionate rent to the capital outlay)

    Only rationale to buy 700/800 sf premium 1BHK as an investment is for long term capital gains plus giving to your bachelor son to live for free during studies etc - if he is studying in the region. In other words - for self use


    Guys understand Eldeco Studio sector 93A. 850sq ft 1bhk. Rentals between 20k and 28k depending on interiors
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  • Originally Posted by krafty
    Guys understand Eldeco Studio sector 93A. 850sq ft 1bhk. Rentals between 20k and 28k depending on interiors


    1bhk Sells for about 65L @7500 PSF. Overheads much higher than PC
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  • Is it wise to buy a fresh unit of 2bhk in Klassic tower. where furnishing is underway. Possession time around 1.5 years at 42L(all inclusive) No PLC.. on 15th floor.. 960 sq feet.

    I am new to investing. So please let me know how is the deal and what other parameter should I take care of while closing this deal.
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