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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  • Originally Posted by deeprupani
    Dear the rates mentioned to you are only on papers. Real deals are available much below that....



    how much below? I am getting 3rd tower deals on phase1 for 5300 and phase 2 deals for 15th tower(because of view) 5300.
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  • Prices are also dependent on the payment plan...Brokers are very smart these days...have become financial pundits:)...DP would be cheaper and CLP would be slightly expensive...Best is to go for a booking with the company rather than resale...Such units are also being offered in the market at some discount...

    technically, since almost 70-80% of the project is constructed, its better to go for DP and save some extra bucks...

    my 2 cents...
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  • Originally Posted by vbinda
    People what are the ongoing price in resale and from builder, spoke to my broker today, he is quoting arround 5500 for phase1 and 5600 for phase 2

    HE is saying possesion is in with 2-3 months for phase one. Please put some light on it. I am not in India so cant see anything.

    Also Any views on Super MIG flats on expressway. ? and Omaxe grandwood. We need to buy something from end-users prospective which is RTM with in 1 year. with in 65 lcs


    No this is too high in my view try for round 5k- 5.2k for ph1
    grandwood construction average but campus superb
    Mig flats superb..............area good.......structure worthless............you would have to do lots of renovation..............safety security an issue.................but it can be worthwhile too.................;)
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  • The prevaling rates are from 4650-5200 (ph1 could be higher) depending on the unit location, phase of construcion and the payment plan. This is for 3 BHK, rates are little less for 2BHK.
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  • Hello Prakash

    I am looking for an 3BR apt near abt expressway. After sometime I zeroed in on LP. why Do you think Grandwoods would be better for the end user? what prices I should expect to pay in GW? any idea?

    Originally Posted by prakashjh24
    Prices are also dependent on the payment plan...Brokers are very smart these days...have become financial pundits:)...DP would be cheaper and CLP would be slightly expensive...Best is to go for a booking with the company rather than resale...Such units are also being offered in the market at some discount...

    technically, since almost 70-80% of the project is constructed, its better to go for DP and save some extra bucks...

    my 2 cents...
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  • Hi , Omaxe GW presently seems to be the besy buy , RTM property & u will be amazed once you enter into society .. Very less loading , only 9 floors , lots of open space & greenary ..

    LB on other hand is in construction phase, though some speculation about possesion in next 2-3 months , but believe no possesion is going to happen so early ..

    Though availibility in Omaxe GW could be issue , only re-sale available ..
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  • Originally Posted by supercool
    Hi , Omaxe GW presently seems to be the besy buy , RTM property & u will be amazed once you enter into society .. Very less loading , only 9 floors , lots of open space & greenary ..

    LB on other hand is in construction phase, though some speculation about possesion in next 2-3 months , but believe no possesion is going to happen so early ..

    Though availibility in Omaxe GW could be issue , only re-sale available ..


    What is present reates of Omax GW? any idea, anyone? of Omax GW? any idea, anyone?
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  • Granswoods vs LB

    Better project in each category In My Humble Opinion:

    Open area: GW

    Density: GW

    Build quality: LB

    Loading: LB

    Price: LB

    Location: Subjective (myself not sure)

    Amenities: LB has more. But GW would be more usable

    Exterior Finish: LB

    Overall My Choice (among the two): Can't say. Haven't visited the finished products. But heart says GW.
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  • Originally Posted by fatichar
    Better project in each category In My Humble Opinion:

    Open area: GW

    Density: GW

    Build quality: LB

    Loading: LB

    Price: LB

    Location: Subjective (myself not sure)

    Amenities: LB has more. But GW would be more usable

    Exterior Finish: LB

    Overall My Choice (among the two): Can't say. Haven't visited the finished products. But heart says GW.




    My choice is LB anytime :)

    but tell me, Loading: LB ??
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  • Originally Posted by delphy03
    What is present reates of Omax GW? any idea, anyone?

    I think prices for GW must be in 6000-6500 psf range depending upon location & unit available..

    I think prices for GW must be in 6000-6500 psf range depending upon location & unit available..

    I think prices for GW must be in 6000-6500 psf range depending upon location & unit available..

    I think prices for GW must be in 6000-6500 psf range depending upon location & unit available..
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  • Originally Posted by delphy03
    My choice is LB anytime :)

    but tell me, Loading: LB ??

    Yes,

    Loading in LB is less than in GW. Hence LB is better in terms of loading. I haven't calculated, just saw the floor plans.
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  • Lot of resale is available for Omaxe gw@ 6K. Only very good units commands a price above that.
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  • Originally Posted by ankitmittal14
    sare investors unit sale karne me lage hau hai..nahi to registry ke paise bhi dene honge and rate bhi nahi milega..activity in phase 1 near by towers are pretty slow..btw NA flats are shaping well..near by area is converted into green land..


    is it the triangular area between LB and MIG flats which was earlier covered by lots of dump.
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  • Originally Posted by nitinmails
    is it the triangular area between LB and MIG flats which was earlier covered by lots of dump.



    naaa.... vo to abhi bhi vaisa hi hai :-D
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  • Loading in LB is around 25 to 30%. This i confirmed with LB's sale's office.
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