Let's assess UC, close-to-RTM, or newly-RTM projects (ones that appeared post the 2005-10 batch of Sector-93 & Sector-50 projects) within the Noida region in 2015.

We will use a "process of elimination" focusing only on reasonably obvious 'showstoppers' using public and insider information viz.


    Thinly-veiled political builder e.g. eliminates Paras, Purvanchal, Carnoustie (World One), SDS (NRI Residency), & Shubhkamna projects
    Public limited builders with severe solvency &/or cash-flow issues e.g. eliminates BPTP, Jaypee, Parsvnath, Omaxe, & Unitech projects
    Business overstretch of private limited builders e.g. eliminates Assotech, Antriksh, 3C, Supertech, Logix, Ajnara, Paramount, Gaur, Gardenia, Prateek, Today Homes, Sethi, Mahagun, Wave, Bhasin, Sikka, Exotica, & Amrapali projects
    Internal splits within private limited builders e.g. eliminates Lotus Greens (split from 3C), TGB (split from ATS), Assotech, & Antriksh projects
    First-timers or small-time builders e.g. eliminates Migsun, Ace, Brys, Unnati, Urbtech, & Akriti projects
    Title or land disputes e.g. eliminates Sector 107 projects (Sunworld, Sharanam etc.)
    Regions or sectors with significant congestion e.g. eliminates Sector-168/137/14x & Sector-7x/11X (Helios etc.) projects


    This leaves only two builders with projects worth considering viz. Stellar & Gulshan. However, neither have any un-eliminated Noida project due to point#7.

    One could arguably also put ATS in this shortlist given that the other builders in point#4 (Assotech, Antriksh, & 3C) also appear in point#3 (overstretched builder list) making ATS the "least worst" option.

    Moral of the story: Don't buy in Noida. Live on rent in the best possible sector you can afford and let your landlord deal with the builder & UP sarkar. Save your Megacity-earned money and buy land in your hometown or town nearest your ancestral village.

    Sub-moral of the story: If you've bought in OH, please learn to live with the internal congestion in OH and thank God you have the "least worst" new project in Noida out of hundreds of projects and lakhs of flats.

    PS: Hindsight is always 20:20... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
    PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
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  • have u worked out the methodology to convince youself
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  • Potential to create a lively debate


    Originally Posted by varshar
    Let's assess UC, close-to-RTM, or newly-RTM projects (ones that appeared post the 2005-10 batch of Sector-93 & Sector-50 projects) within the Noida region in 2015.

    We will use a "process of elimination" focusing only on reasonably obvious 'showstoppers' using public and insider information viz.



      Thinly-veiled political builder e.g. eliminates Paras, Purvanchal, Carnoustie (World One), SDS (NRI Residency), & Shubhkamna projects
      Public limited builders with severe solvency &/or cash-flow issues e.g. eliminates BPTP, Jaypee, Parsvnath, Omaxe, & Unitech projects
      Business overstretch of private limited builders e.g. eliminates Assotech, Antriksh, 3C, Supertech, Logix, Ajnara, Paramount, Gaur, Gardenia, Prateek, Today Homes, Sethi, Mahagun, Wave, Bhasin, Sikka, Exotica, & Amrapali projects
      Internal splits within private limited builders e.g. eliminates Lotus Greens (split from 3C), TGB (split from ATS), Assotech, & Antriksh projects
      First-timers or small-time builders e.g. eliminates Migsun, Ace, Brys, Unnati, Urbtech, & Akriti projects
      Title or land disputes e.g. eliminates Sector 107 projects (Sunworld, Sharanam etc.)
      Regions or sectors with significant congestion e.g. eliminates Sector-168/137/14x & Sector-7x/11X (Helios etc.) projects


      This leaves only two builders with projects worth considering viz. Stellar & Gulshan. However, neither have any un-eliminated Noida project due to point#7.

      One could arguably also put ATS in this shortlist given that the other builders in point#4 (Assotech, Antriksh, & 3C) also appear in point#3 (overstretched builder list) making ATS the "least worst" option.

      Moral of the story: Don't buy in Noida. Live on rent in the best possible sector you can afford and let your landlord deal with the builder & UP sarkar. Save your Megacity-earned money and buy land in your hometown or town nearest your ancestral village.

      Sub-moral of the story: If you've bought in OH, please learn to live with the internal congestion in OH and thank God you have the "least worst" new project in Noida out of hundreds of projects and lakhs of flats.

      PS: Hindsight is always 20:20... :-)
      PPS: If you don't like this methodology, feel free to create a different one and share on IREF... :-)
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  • Originally Posted by jollygood
    have u worked out the methodology to convince youself

    Obviously Mr. Jollygood... although I don't have or want a flat in either Stellar, Gulshan, or ATS projects.

    IREF is also a good place to store thoughts & research - may the forum always be available (or Google-cached) :-)

    Cheers,
    -v
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  • Originally Posted by sharmarsv
    Potential to create a lively debate

    Don't be silly Sir (with all due respect)... a thread calling 2 lac buyers stupid (at worst) or becharey (at best) is surely not meant for discussion.

    People reading the original post should please keep their thoughts to themselves.

    HTH,
    -v
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