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I have got a rate of 2645 at Rajaveer Palace.... is this good, heard that he even is selling at less than that !!. Can you all confirm if this is a good rate for Rajaveer Palace by GK Developers at Pimple Saudagar.
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  • Originally Posted by pnb_2k
    Don't go to bullshit GK builder. In 3500psf rate u will get good projects in Baner itself. PS is not worth 3500psf, it should not be more than 2800psf.:bab (45):

    2800 is much more for that are
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  • Originally Posted by siddeewan
    What rates are going on right now as on today? i am also interested in this property but sales person is too adament.

    Hi gsahu,
    G.K has sought the NA order of Phase II just 2 days back,my bank(IDBI) called me yesterday and confirmed.Also,I got a call from GK office regd this.
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  • Does anyone know the current rates here?
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  • Avoid GK in any case. He is bad than any scorpio builder. List of complaints from their existing sites are very high.
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  • It's Raining Discounts In Mumbai's Realty Market
    After the huge hike in property prices in Mumbai, realtors are now offering discounts on properties, at least in the suburbs. Royal Palms is offering 1BHK (bedroom-hall-kitchen) of 526 sq ft; 2 BHK (815 sq ft) and 3 BHK (1,082 sq ft) at Rs4,930 per sq ft for its two new towers - Crystal and Diamond Island, both based at Goregaon, a western Mumbai suburb. Previously, these properties at Royal Palms were available at Rs5,300 per sq ft. Earlier, it was reported that Orchid Woods, a residential project by DB Realty, was offering customers through ICICI Home Search, (a division of ICICI Home Finance Company) flats ranging from 2 BHK (1,420 sq ft); 2.5 BHK (1,635 sq ft); 3 BHK (1,820 sq ft) and 4 BHK (2,465 sq ft) at Rs9,500 per sq ft (plus Rs45 per sq ft for floor rise). The apartments in Orchid Woods were priced earlier at Rs10,881 per sq ft. "Property prices have started showing correction as sales are not happening. After the first quarter of the current fiscal, property sales are down by around 15% in Mumbai. End-users have disappeared from the market," said Mr Pankaj Kapoor, founder, Liases Foras, a real-estate research agency.
    22 July 2010 moneylife.in
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  • Originally Posted by s12345
    It's Raining Discounts In Mumbai's Realty Market
    After the huge hike in property prices in Mumbai, realtors are now offering discounts on properties, at least in the suburbs. Royal Palms is offering 1BHK (bedroom-hall-kitchen) of 526 sq ft; 2 BHK (815 sq ft) and 3 BHK (1,082 sq ft) at Rs4,930 per sq ft for its two new towers - Crystal and Diamond Island, both based at Goregaon, a western Mumbai suburb. Previously, these properties at Royal Palms were available at Rs5,300 per sq ft. Earlier, it was reported that Orchid Woods, a residential project by DB Realty, was offering customers through ICICI Home Search, (a division of ICICI Home Finance Company) flats ranging from 2 BHK (1,420 sq ft); 2.5 BHK (1,635 sq ft); 3 BHK (1,820 sq ft) and 4 BHK (2,465 sq ft) at Rs9,500 per sq ft (plus Rs45 per sq ft for floor rise). The apartments in Orchid Woods were priced earlier at Rs10,881 per sq ft. "Property prices have started showing correction as sales are not happening. After the first quarter of the current fiscal, property sales are down by around 15% in Mumbai. End-users have disappeared from the market," said Mr Pankaj Kapoor, founder, Liases Foras, a real-estate research agency.
    22 July 2010 moneylife.in

    thanks for posting in the relevant thread :) You have the potential of becoming a senior member in the shortest amount of time..GO for it..
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  • One very crucial observation about the PS area(Specially about the main road which starts at Dwarkadheesh and passes by Kunal Icon, Roseland etc):
    This road has residential societies on both the sides which are spread till at least 1 KM from main road. Imagine how poor the infrastructure will be when all of these 1 KM long projects open on that single pitty road. It will be like an Old delhi area where only cycle riksha or two wheelers are allowed due to congested roads.
    Shouldn't govt put some rules about the shape of the residential schemes so that builders can not build a train like schemes?
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