Hi,

This is a new project in sector 100 on greater noida express way. Does anyone have any idea on the Builder ? They are providing 2-3 BHK flats 2825 psf.

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  • 1. Rtm low density, low rise, fully developed flats in top locations of.main noida in fully developed sectors are 8000 psf all.incl. Per CARPET AREA

    2. All new projects in noida are high density, high rise, not in fully developed sectors and have other issues like 9 yr payment plan to authorott, ngt ,poor ratio of facilities,etc...Therefore None of them deserves a rate of 6500 PSF OF CARPET AREA (Not super area)

    Eg. 1200 Sq.ft flat with 35% loading is 780 sq.carpet area

    Being a high density project its maximum rate should be 6500 psf carpet area

    6500 X 780 ...thats 51 lakhs max..all inclusive

    So rate per sf of super area comes to 51 lakhs / 1200 that comes to 4250 psf all incl.


    This ia honest price

    When top class rtm no issues societies are 8000 psf of CARPET

    Then such concrete jungles dont deserve same rate..but much lower

    Thats.simple common sense

    Paying 6K psf of super area for such a concrete jungle of a project is ABSOLUTE WASTE

    1200 Sq.ft...35% loading...780 sq.ft carpet
    6000 Psf super area ... 72 lakhs
    Rate per carpet area...9250 psf of carpet area

    Rate of rtm, fully developed , low density society in noida 50, 62 is 8k psf carpet

    For a property which is More dense...has low ceiling..thin walls...poor ratio of facilities like club , lifts car park, etc


    You are being FOOLED...and LOOTED
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  • in sec 62 u can get 7k psf carpet
    in sec 61 u can get 7.5k psf carpet
    in sec 50 u can get 8k psf carpet
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  • All low rise..low density (2-3 times less)...all ready for registry...all having cc...all having no ngt issues or any farmers issues...all having proper ratios of facilities like clubs...car parkings.....all in fully developed sectors....all in top city locations where one can move in day one....all with rock solid construction (no bullshit hollow bricks)

    BUT

    People fall for marketing crap and plan to pay 5-6k psf per super area for flats with 35% -45% loading

    Which means effective rates of 9-10k psf of carpet area !!!

    Not to forget all the ills of poor ratios, high density and higher maintenance

    THEN THEY WILL BLAME THE BUILDER, BROKER, GOVT

    Khudh ki aqal kahaan gayee ??

    Dikhwon pe mat jao...apni aqal lagao....
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012
    All low rise..low density (2-3 times less)...all ready for registry...all having cc...all having no ngt issues or any farmers issues...all having proper ratios of facilities like clubs...car parkings.....all in fully developed sectors....all in top city locations where one can move in day one....all with rock solid construction (no bullshit hollow bricks)

    BUT

    People fall for marketing crap and plan to pay 5-6k psf per super area for flats with 35% -45% loading

    Which means effective rates of 9-10k psf of carpet area !!!

    Not to forget all the ills of poor ratios, high density and higher maintenance

    THEN THEY WILL BLAME THE BUILDER, BROKER, GOVT

    Khudh ki aqal kahaan gayee ??

    Dikhwon pe mat jao...apni aqal lagao....


    what you have been saying is common for all projects.
    you cant help it
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012
    All low rise..low density (2-3 times less)...all ready for registry...all having cc...all having no ngt issues or any farmers issues...all having proper ratios of facilities like clubs...car parkings.....all in fully developed sectors....all in top city locations where one can move in day one....all with rock solid construction (no bullshit hollow bricks)

    BUT

    People fall for marketing crap and plan to pay 5-6k psf per super area for flats with 35% -45% loading

    Which means effective rates of 9-10k psf of carpet area !!!

    Not to forget all the ills of poor ratios, high density and higher maintenance

    THEN THEY WILL BLAME THE BUILDER, BROKER, GOVT

    Khudh ki aqal kahaan gayee ??

    Dikhwon pe mat jao...apni aqal lagao....

    Hi zohaib, slightly off topic, but talking about density what you think should be an ideal density in present scenario.

    If we talk about number of flat per acre what should be the maximum acceptable figure..?
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  • Originally Posted by Cookie
    what you have been saying is common for all projects.
    you cant help it



    Then they should be rejected....or paid less than low density ones....its as simple as that

    Price of concrete jungle 10-20% less psf of CARPET area as per quality and location
    ..than low density

    Anyone paying same CARPET area psf rate is simple making a Blunder....and he WILL regret big time...as occupancy.goes up

    There is enough low density rtm supply to meet ACTUAL end user demand in naveda

    I said before and will say again 80% buyers in naveda were / are investors ....

    "You cant help it" is a statement which makes NO SENSE at all....

    As this is NCR....high density is a speciality of naveda....and in naveda itself or even gnoida...there is enough low density rtm units available to meet demands to ACTUAL end user supply....

    Buyer has MORE Than ENOUGH low density supply...to fulfill actual end user demand for next 4-5 yrs easily.

    Builders, brokers AND Small time Investors want Buyers think otherwise but as i had warned everyone in 2012

    Jaise jaise naveda ke concrete jungles rtm.hongey....demand ffom end users will GO DOWN...as High density is not a majboori for NCR buyers....

    Maybe after 10 yrs...but not now ...and naveda resale market PROVES It ;)
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  • Originally Posted by dceite
    Hi zohaib, slightly off topic, but talking about density what you think should be an ideal density in present scenario.

    If we talk about number of flat per acre what should be the maximum acceptable figure..?




    Mr.dceite....its NOT only.numbers BUT most importantly RATIOS....

    This is VITAL

    Having a 1.5 Lakh sq.ft club for 4000 families is a bloody joke and i cant understand hw educated people fell for it....10,000 sq.ft club for 150-200 families iss far better

    Similarly car parkings....most new societies have 1.2 Or max 1.5 Per flat which is again crap
    Anything less than 2 per flat will cause problems

    Lift ratios...1 lift for 25 flats is a MUST.....thats max...

    Ceiling height.not less than 9.5ft in anycase

    And coming to ur question....i have a simple answer....

    In noida....itself...in top developed sectors of main noida....low density sectors.....psf rate per CARPET area is between 7-8k psf....density.NoT.more.than 50 per acre in any of them....

    Then in noida ....ideal density WELL WITHIN BUDGET IS MAX 50 FLATS PER ACRE


    One evaluates a region NOT as per any xyz.bullshit but simply WHAT one can buy In a certain BUDGET..

    Period
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012
    Then they should be rejected....or paid less than low density ones....its as simple as that

    Price of concrete jungle 10-20% less psf of CARPET area as per quality and location
    ..than low density

    Anyone paying same CARPET area psf rate is simple making a Blunder....and he WILL regret big time...as occupancy.goes up

    There is enough low density rtm supply to meet ACTUAL end user demand in naveda

    I said before and will say again 80% buyers in naveda were / are investors ....

    "You cant help it" is a statement which makes NO SENSE at all....

    As this is NCR....high density is a speciality of naveda....and in naveda itself or even gnoida...there is enough low density rtm units available to meet demands to ACTUAL end user supply....

    Buyer has MORE Than ENOUGH low density supply...to fulfill actual end user demand for next 4-5 yrs easily.

    Builders, brokers AND Small time Investors want Buyers think otherwise but as i had warned everyone in 2012

    Jaise jaise naveda ke concrete jungles rtm.hongey....demand ffom end users will GO DOWN...as High density is not a majboori for NCR buyers....

    Maybe after 10 yrs...but not now ...and naveda resale market PROVES It ;)

    Where is low density in noida n greater noida n ghaziabad?
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  • Rtm low density units are easily available in all 3 cities u mentioned..WITHIN BUDGET

    Jis buyer ko Ground Knowledge hai..
    Usko pata hai....jo buyer marketing gimmicks aur saturday toi property newspaper ke chakkar.main phasnsa hai..woh barbaad

    Enjoy
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  • Is forum ki problem hai ki threads abt how builder has revised rates gets 1000s of views and responses and threads like "how loading basically SCREWS you " gets.no interest

    I warned buyers abt loading factor 2 yrs ago...and had started a thread also....it holds relevance now :)...people shud read it and see how builders are taking buyer's for a ride...

    Now its end users market....people should be aggressive....and break all virtual shackles
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012
    Rtm low density units are easily available in all 3 cities u mentioned..WITHIN BUDGET

    Jis buyer ko Ground Knowledge hai..
    Usko pata hai....jo buyer marketing gimmicks aur saturday toi property newspaper ke chakkar.main phasnsa hai..woh barbaad

    Enjoy

    name few at least....
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  • Naveda is not just sector 137, 168, I38, 78, 100 ,110 etc
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012


    Naveda is not just sector 137, 168, I38, 78, 100 ,110 etc

    )


    But those are not in budget.
    :p

    Also only those few old dingy socities not going to Meet the demand.
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  • Thats YOUR perception dear...if u r under this misconception then u shud buy more and more in concrete jungles...to "meet future demands"...
    Dont miss this golden oppurtunity to make lots of money ;)

    Rahi baat "dingy old societies"...just wait for these concrete jungles of naveda to be 50% occupied.....tab dekhna kya haalat hogi....arun vihar will look like 15A in comparison

    And indirapuram will look like an open garden

    Dekhtey jao bas....dekhtey jao :)
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  • Originally Posted by zohaib2012
    Thats YOUR perception dear...if u r under this misconception then u shud buy more and more in concrete jungles...to "meet future demands"...
    Dont miss this golden oppurtunity to make lots of money ;)

    Rahi baat "dingy old societies"...just wait for these concrete jungles of naveda to be 50% occupied.....tab dekhna kya haalat hogi....arun vihar will look like 15A in comparison

    And indirapuram will look like an open garden

    Dekhtey jao bas....dekhtey jao :)

    Zohaib mene suna hai swati ji ne koi flat liya hai naveda me

    Ye kya ho gaya hai padhi likhi janta ko zohaib miya
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