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Magarpatta City Pune Advice Required

Last updated: April 3 2017
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  • #11

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    Re : Magarpatta City Pune Advice Required

    whts ur budget and requirement like 2/3 bhk of how much size ?

    sam...

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    • #12

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      Originally posted by sam2008 View Post
      whts ur budget and requirement like 2/3 bhk of how much size ?

      sam...
      requirement is 2BHK. I dont think we should disclose our budgets, do you ?

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      • #13

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        Originally posted by aditi sharma View Post
        m_square,
        I want to checkout some flats here in magarpatta, any contact ?
        pls PM me.
        Will let you know shortly

        Why dont you try eisha projects in kondhwa/nibm.. There is also one good project of runwal builders Near nibm..
        Eat, Pray and Love

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        • #14

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          magarpatta assessment

          i have been living in Magarpatta for more than a year now... i have had a good experience. my reasons are:

          1. decent layout: i live in Jasminum that offers a spacious (1280 sq ft) 2 bhk
          2. effective amenities/add-ons: these include
            • decent security
            • solar water heater
            • parking under podium
            • podium-level garden
          3. township layout: this ensures you can walk to:
            • market
            • couple of decent restaurants
            • gardens/open spaces
            • recreational facilities
          4. one-time maintenance: i have rented the apartment and my landlord has paid 2/3 lacs as maintenance to ensure that any problem (a leaking sink) is resolved without any labor charges
          of course, there are some issues as well:
          1. quality of construction is not great
          2. cost of vegetables and other utilities is slightly more as compared to market outside Magarpatta
          3. centrally managed and administered and therefore you will actually need to pay Magarpatta a certain amount if you decide to sell your flat. also, the new buyer will have to shell out extra if costs if parking or maintenance has increased (from when you originally purchased)
          4. you have to pay one time charges for buying modems for broadband, cable and other facilities... can be irritating
          5. roads tend to get flooded during rains... waterloggins is an issue as the drainage system for internal roads is non-exsistent
          there might be other advantages and disadvantages, but these points delight or trouble me the most...

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          • #15

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            Originally posted by astikpant View Post
            i have been living in Magarpatta for more than a year now... i have had a good experience. my reasons are:

            1. effective amenities/add-ons: these include
              • decent security
              • solar water heater
              • ....
            How good is the solar water heater? For example do you always get hot or warm water? Also if it's not sunny outside then does it automatically use electricity?

            Thanks

            Dhurander

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            • #16

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              Originally posted by Dhurander View Post
              How good is the solar water heater? For example do you always get hot or warm water? Also if it's not sunny outside then does it automatically use electricity?

              Thanks

              Dhurander
              One gets hot water if one takes bath before the rest in the building coz it is common piping rather than individual quota!!
              If you are happy, you are successful.

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              • #17

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                Originally posted by realacres View Post
                One gets hot water if one takes bath before the rest in the building coz it is common piping rather than individual quota!!
                Really?
                On some of the photos I have seen, they show 30-40 solar panels with water tank attached on the terrace. Can someone who is actually living there verify this?

                Thanks.

                Dhurander

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                • #18

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                  Re : Magarpatta City Pune Advice Required

                  I have been staying in magarpatta from last 3 years (rented apartment). Frankly speaking I have not faced any problem as far as working solar water heater is concerned. I have seen people discussing about seepage/leakage problem, but i haven't observed this happening in my apartment.

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                  • #19

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                    Re : Magarpatta City Pune Advice Required

                    Even I have been staying in magarpatta for the last 4 years (on rent), and havent encountered shortage of hot water anytime during the day.
                    Live in your house and let others live in their houses!

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                    • #20

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                      Re : Magarpatta City Pune Advice Required

                      I am planning to buy a 2BHK flat in Magarpatta City. I currently stay in Navi Mumbai. Based on the general chat on this forum, it seems that resale flats are going at 2600 psf. Can anyone confirm that ? how long ago did someone buy at that rate ?

                      Does anyone here know a good broker near Magarpatta city that I can get in touch with ?

                      Regards
                      Manumani

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