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Latest Answer: Yes of course you have to take the permission of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation. If you are planning to merge two flats without taking permission of BMC then you have to pay a fine between Rs 5,000 to Rs 25,000.
Latest Answer: According to real estate consultant, Mumbai is having highest number of unsold flats. The reasons for these are many such as the slump in the realty market, less buyer interest or builders are not lowering the rates etc.
Q:Location: Behind Flextronics/Aricent in Outer Ring Road. Surrounded by companies like Nokia, JP Morgan Chase, Cisco, Symphony, Prestige Tech Park, Cessna Park, Salarpuria Hallmark, etc. Amenities: Swimming pool, Crèche, club house, children’s play area, Tata sky, broadband connection & Gym, Big hall, dining area, 2 spacious bed rooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen with utility area, All balconies have very good open landscape view, Covered basement car park & Generator backup, Rental: 16,000 + 3,500 maintenance pm.
Q:I have shifted to Mumbai recently and wanted to buy a flat but now it is really impossible to buy as the rates are going high. How can I get such a huge amout of money? Why the rates of the flats are so high?
Latest Answer: The rates of the property is increasing though there are lot of vacant place available. The developers does not want to compromise with the rates of the current project and on the other hand the property consultant are giving hint that the rates of the property will go down in the near future. With the increase in the rates the property buyers are suffering badly and the builder are making money. The reason why the rates have gone high because of the slow approval process of the government.