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Received email on MiCasaa Wagholi in Kesnand Road, Wagholi.

Anybody heard of this. They are quoting 3200 psf. How far is it from main Nagar Road? Any idea on possessions, approvals, etc?
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  • Originally Posted by supriyaj
    Friends,

    Received email on MiCasaa Wagholi in Kesnand Road, Wagholi.

    Anybody heard of this. They are quoting 3200 psf. How far is it from main Nagar Road? Any idea on possessions, approvals, etc?



    One more new launch in Wagholi
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  • Has anyone visited this project launch? Please share the cost sheet if anyone has got it.
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  • Surprised, nobody went to this new launch event in Wagholi - the most happening place in Pune! Where are the investors? Did they all rush to XRBIA? ;)
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  • Saw the layout and looks completely chawl like. Building stuck with each other sharing common walls. Wonder why builders keep on doing chindhigiri despite having high margins ?
    Amit Serono, Baner, too has chawl type layout.
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  • Ravi Karandeekar has put up an article for this on his blog. Read it and enjoy the sarcasm :)
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  • Originally Posted by supriyaj
    Friends,

    Received email on MiCasaa Wagholi in Kesnand Road, Wagholi.

    Anybody heard of this. They are quoting 3200 psf. How far is it from main Nagar Road? Any idea on possessions, approvals, etc?



    Did you visit the site, can you share the cost sheet please?
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  • This Spanish name of the project is interesting,because we seem to have run out of Indian names.
    The promoter charge Rs50000 for cancellation and booking amount is Rs200000/.
    What the arrangement for water is not clear. Similarly collecting entire VAT,Service tax at 4.944 % at time of registration also needs clarification.
    Rate for flats range from 27 lakhs to 59 lakhs for 1 bhk to 3 BHK.
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  • Since when has the service tax gone to 4.944%. Isn't it 3.09%?
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  • Originally Posted by deepy_a1
    Since when has the service tax gone to 4.944%. Isn't it 3.09%?

    Service Tax is 3.09% and this is a tax to govt. So builder can't charge more. Is he talking about the stamp duty ? which is 5% ?
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  • 3200 in Wagholi ?

    My god...a place without water, non proper roads, pathetic surrounding and rate is 3200 >?

    God save Wagholikars !
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  • Originally Posted by aedhole
    3200 in Wagholi ?

    My god...a place without water, non proper roads, pathetic surrounding and rate is 3200 >?

    God save Wagholikars !


    plz don't be surprised if you find rates in wagholi in the range of 4500/sqft, in 1.5 - 2 years from now..

    in jan-feb 2k10, rates were in range of 1800-2000 there..

    man people are moving to wagholi..
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    • fk_qrf6 months ago
      your prediction is so correct
  • Rightly said! Look at Kharadi, earlier it was nothing and now it has turned out to be a good investment.Wagholi will meet similar fate in next 2-3 years.
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  • Its not worth to invest in Wagholi - Land is good for construction but no water available in this area.

    Can you imagine paying water tanker bills which will cost you more then your phone + mseb + other bills..

    Ask builders what option they have for water - you will be amazed they say even projects are being completed using water tanker.
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  • People conveniently forget that Paud Road / Bhusari Colony are was not having water pipe-line for quite a few years. Water started flowing regularly in last 3/4 years in those areas. But still that area was in good demand.

    Dismissing Wagholi because of water shortage might be premature. Lots of projects over there will take 2/3 years to complete and investors hope that by that time water issue will be resolved.

    Anyways, some part of Kharadi still face water shortage and still rates are quite high.
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  • Originally Posted by THEBOND007
    Rightly said! Look at Kharadi, earlier it was nothing and now it has turned out to be a good investment.Wagholi will meet similar fate in next 2-3 years.


    And if does not, do you guarantee a refund to the buyers? And frankly do you think even Kharadi is livable...?

    A friend of mine bought a flat in Kharadi in a so called good society by so called good builder in 2006 at Rs 1800 psf (ready possession) ... till date he has to pay extra and get tanker water.
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