any thoughts on Oravi Balewadi .. quality, layout and location is ok .. price is also negotiable ..

only thing is the builderz reputation (saisamarth group) ..

has anyone booked a flat here .. any feedback wud be appreciated ..
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  • Space and quality is pretty good. Rate offered also looks good.
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  • thx .. any more feedback ..

    one side question .. which is a better area .. pimple saudagar or balewadi ..
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  • Originally Posted by nadeem.u
    thx .. any more feedback ..

    one side question .. which is a better area .. pimple saudagar or balewadi ..

    Balewadi if till Signet corner, after that i.e. near mitcon, better go for PS as there exists water probs. Again in PS, make sure it is PS & not Rahatni. So, rather can comparing area, compare the projects & then take final call.
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  • if i compare regulus to oravi - is regulus a good one because it is closer to main baner road ?
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  • Originally Posted by nadeem.u
    if i compare regulus to oravi - is regulus a good one because it is closer to main baner road ?

    Location wise yes, Regulus beats Oravi hands down. However, most of the buildings are incomplete. So, think about that too. You can also look for Celista resales though the internal project space looks small. To my knowledge, the regulus quality is not upto the mark, nor did I like the floor plan but then this matter is subjective.

    So, if you ask me about location, it's Regulus anytime.
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  • thx ..

    can we say that area around oravi will develop in 5 years down the lane .. just like baner ..
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  • Originally Posted by nadeem.u
    thx ..

    can we say that area around oravi will develop in 5 years down the lane .. just like baner ..

    As NCP is kicked out of Pune, RE doesn't look promising especially for those projects who have Pawar & Co.s money. IT in downturn means less demand in IT dominated areas in & around Hinjewadi. If end user, make sure you get proper infra like roads & water even if it means paying a more or reducing your area. Personally, I would buy a 2-3 BR in Aundh than buy row house in wakad/balewadi (areas like Sapphire Park).
    If for end use, don't gamble with infra under any circumstances.
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  • Plan for the roads is on the cards. Its only the time which it will take.
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  • Originally Posted by 1001acres
    Plan for the roads is on the cards. Its only the time which it will take.

    If you are ready to wait for another 10-15 years, go ahead!!:D
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  • How can u be so sure of 10 -15 years?
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  • Originally Posted by 1001acres
    How can u be so sure of 10 -15 years?

    Yes, we can not be sure, it can be more than that!!
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  • have u booked a flat in that area?
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  • Today there is a AD in ET , by suraj info.

    They are quoting 2600 psf (for ORAVI). i think the price is reasonable but currently its quite inside the road (MITCON). They are saying that DP road is sanctioned and in a years time road will be there.

    BUT I HAD ALREADY HEARD A LOT ABOUT DP ROAD COMMITMENT BY BUIDER ON THE FORUM.

    whats the opinion on the project overall. is it possible to get lower rate directly from builder .
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  • suraj info has the sole marketing rights for Oravi.
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  • Originally Posted by 1001acres
    suraj info has the sole marketing rights for Oravi.


    Are they passing any benefit of negotiated rate ?:) If not, then this is again a gimmick. If yes, then watch out for "indirect" service charges in the agreement. ;)
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