Brochure from builder - is What You See Is NOT What You Get (WYSIWYG)

Brochures show some fancy Bungalows, play garden, bungalow phase2, etc, etc. After the sche is sold out all of these vanish and something else is built up instead.

Some examples:
1. Rachana Belvedere, Aundh - Huge commercial building brought up right at the entrance
2. Pinnac kanchanganga aundh - Commercial building brought up (opp Convergys call center)
3. Blue Ridge - Bungalow scheme scrapped.
4. Omega Paradise, baner - Row house scheme - Building brought up bang close to row houses.

and many more...
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  • Yes if you read the fine print in brochure, their always written that
    "This things are for representational purpose only. Builder does not hold any liability on it. And things can be changed without informing any customer."

    Same thing happened in Akasganga pimple saudagar, in place of 2nd garden builder is now constructing a tower right in front. I feel sorry for those people.

    But what can we do to sense such things in advance.
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  • That's why please stop getting attracted to under-construction properties. Buy when a property is fully constructed. If everybody uses this approach to invest in RE, automatically RE prices will correct to REAL market rates.
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  • In Rohan Tarang - near Hinjewadi bridge - one more building has sprung up bang close to the first building. Wonder what the buyers in first build may be thinking right now?

    One more example of dangers of buying under construction property.
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  • Originally Posted by KaiBhau
    Brochure from builder - is What You See Is NOT What You Get (WYSIWYG)

    Brochures show some fancy Bungalows, play garden, bungalow phase2, etc, etc. After the sche is sold out all of these vanish and something else is built up instead.

    Some examples:
    1. Rachana Belvedere, Aundh - Huge commercial building brought up right at the entrance
    2. Pinnac kanchanganga aundh - Commercial building brought up (opp Convergys call center)
    3. Blue Ridge - Bungalow scheme scrapped.
    4. Omega Paradise, baner - Row house scheme - Building brought up bang close to row houses.

    and many more...

    that's the biggest mistakes buyers do many a times.
    Inside brochures they showcase their project as if its situated somewhere in Europe, Switzerland, USA etc. where you see greenery all around, with excellent road and many more things. In actual, instead of greenery the same project area is surrounded by slums, gatar etc.

    collecting hefty money from buyers for committing these amenities and doing something else there is complete fraud.

    now a days, creating these glossy fairytale images is very easy using computer. but buyers must check them against the agreement.
    buying ready possession is the BEST way.
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  • Originally Posted by ydkcool
    Yes if you read the fine print in brochure, their always written that
    "This things are for representational purpose only. Builder does not hold any liability on it. And things can be changed without informing any customer."

    Same thing happened in Akasganga pimple saudagar, in place of 2nd garden builder is now constructing a tower right in front. I feel sorry for those people.

    But what can we do to sense such things in advance.


    As per my knowledge even forst garden in akashganga which he claimed to be part of it few years back is now PCMC garden.
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  • Originally Posted by amolsw
    that's the biggest mistakes buyers do many a times.
    Inside brochures they showcase their project as if its situated somewhere in Europe, Switzerland, USA etc. where you see greenery all around, with excellent road and many more things. In actual, instead of greenery the same project area is surrounded by slums, gatar etc.

    collecting hefty money from buyers for committing these amenities and doing something else there is complete fraud.

    now a days, creating these glossy fairytale images is very easy using computer. but buyers must check them against the agreement.
    buying ready possession is the BEST way.

    Other things which builders shows in brochure is landscaped garden which looks as if it is 3-4 acres, in reality, it maybe 30x30. Then there are fountains, nice roads, good roads & infra around. Swimming pools are olympic size, in reality even frogs will find them conjusted. All in all, nothing this sort exists from most of the builders.

    Some builders even go a step further & say that garden is coming up in adjoining plot or mall is starting nearby etc. without even having ownership of that land.

    I always wonder how buyers can fall for such claims ?? And how do they manage to over 10L+ if they can't understand even these basics ?:bab (38):
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  • Who is responsible for the rate hike ? What action is required

    NRI ?
    People with huge money ?
    Working couple in IT ; ready to buy a flat at any D cost ?

    #1 Government should put cap on the rate difference between
    Launching Price and Ready posession Flat price. ( Max Rs. 300/Sq ft )

    #2 Pay the parking charges Rs. 25000 directly to government ( just like stamp & registration charges )

    #3 Project Launch date and Completion date ( difference should be 1 year )...In case of delay, Government should directly pay componsation to customer and collect it from builder.

    #4 People should not post the thread with titile " I have 40/50 L what should i do ?.....This will encourage builders for all nonsense work.
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