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Ashiana Palm Court, Raj Nagar Ext., Ghaziabad
April 15 2012 , 10:17 PM   #1
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Ashiana Palm Court, Raj Nagar Ext., Ghaziabad

I want to buy a flat in Ashiana Palm court at Raj nagar ext Ghaziabad.Please advise and what is the current Price.
Thanks in advance
April 16 2012 , 02:16 AM   #2
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I want to buy a flat in Ashiana Palm court at Raj nagar ext Ghaziabad.Please advise and what is the current Price.
Thanks in advance

Hi Mr Sood,

Getting a flat in Ashiana is a very difficult task. I had tried myself for my personal use but prices have sky rocketed due to limited supply of resale flats. Its a sold out project,

Prices were around 25-30 L range till early 2011. Now, nothing is available less than approx 40 L, that too if anything is available at all.

I was close to finalise a deal at 35L last October but couldn't do it dude to some reason and now its above my budget.

Hope this helps
April 16 2012 , 06:33 AM   #3
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Hi Mr Sood,

Getting a flat in Ashiana is a very difficult task. I had tried myself for my personal use but prices have sky rocketed due to limited supply of resale flats. Its a sold out project,

Prices were around 25-30 L range till early 2011. Now, nothing is available less than approx 40 L, that too if anything is available at all.

I was close to finalise a deal at 35L last October but couldn't do it dude to some reason and now its above my budget.

Hope this helps
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there are other good societies in vicinity.svp is one of them. you can buy.
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April 22 2012 , 07:19 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by khyatigoenka
Hi Mr Sood,

Getting a flat in Ashiana is a very difficult task. I had tried myself for my personal use but prices have sky rocketed due to limited supply of resale flats. Its a sold out project,

Prices were around 25-30 L range till early 2011. Now, nothing is available less than approx 40 L, that too if anything is available at all.

I was close to finalise a deal at 35L last October but couldn't do it dude to some reason and now its above my budget.

Hope this helps

Thanks for making my Sunday morning !!! I had bought a 3bhk in Ashiana PC 2 years on a whim(sudden decision) at approx 28 lac (all incl.),,,, and now it is > 40 L ?!!!!
April 23 2012 , 06:58 PM   #5
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Thanks for making my Sunday morning !!! I had bought a 3bhk in Ashiana PC 2 years on a whim(sudden decision) at approx 28 lac (all incl.),,,, and now it is > 40 L ?!!!!
You made a very good decision on that day
Prices are indeed hovering between 37-41L depending upon floor and facing. Park facing, lower floor is roughly around 40L (covered parking).

Let me know if you are interested in selling, its for my personal use .

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You made a very good decision on that day
Prices are indeed hovering between 37-41L depending upon floor and facing. Park facing, lower floor is roughly around 40L (covered parking).

Let me know if you are interested in selling, its for my personal use .

cherrs
The approach road is still a problem. once Mt 45 mt and 24 Mt connecting road are developed then this is going to a super location. Btw, you can rent out a flat in APC 8.5 - 9 K incl maintenance.. that's cheap..
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Originally Posted by khyatigoenka
You made a very good decision on that day
Prices are indeed hovering between 37-41L depending upon floor and facing. Park facing, lower floor is roughly around 40L (covered parking).

Let me know if you are interested in selling, its for my personal use .

cherrs
FYI... In APC, now a days the offer to sell is at around 43, which was at 40, 6 months ago..
May 3 2013 , 03:32 PM   #8
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I am looking in resale for Ashiana palm court,if anyone is intrested in selling please let me know
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Request Moderators to merge this thread with
http://www.indianrealestateforum.com...091-page7.html
which caters to same subject
February 26 2014 , 09:44 PM   #10
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Just to give people an idea of the downturn in prop market .... My flat in APC was vacant for want of a tenant for the last almost one year !! Have now finally found a tenant after having to reduce the rent from the previous value !! By 1000. Rs per mo ! When APC is one of the better societies in RNE ! The maintenance guys In fact told me I was lucky (!!!!) to have found a tenant !!
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