Latest Answer: Though Faridabad has a lot of potential, it is plagued by rotten builders who are trying to scam customers. Myfaridabad is an online community which has been trying to give a voice to customers and highlight builders misdeeds. Read here http://www.myfaridabad.in/forum
Q:IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Confederation of Real Estate Developers' Associations of India (CREDAI), apex body of private real estate developers, have joined hands to promote green buildings in the country through IFC's EDGE certification.
Latest Answer: IFC has invested $ 600 million in green buildings globally in the last 5 years. In addition, IFC has ongoing advisory programs in more than 10 countries. In India, IFC's clients - VBHC, an affordable housing developer, and SAMHI, a budget business hotel developer - have benefited from the use of EDGE.
Latest Answer: Hello Sudhir, while Delhi remains a point of focus for real estate development, Noida and Faridabad are also developing fast to compliment it. The best area to invest in a real estate property is the one connected well to the city and have everything in the neighborhood including schools, markets, hospitals and malls. For this, The Unnati Fortune Group brings really great residential and commercial projects - The Aranya and Unnati World, which are located in the fully inhabited sector 119 and sector 144 of Noida, respectively. In terms of metro connectivity and neighborhood, Sector 119 and sector 144 are most suitable for office goers and family. The projects are well-connected to Delhi and Gurgaon also.
Latest Answer: Reall y , this is all the works of land mafia i feel.. these people have water and electricity connection as well as the property is registered. How is all that possible without the nexus of mafia and the government officials...
Latest Answer: there is also a request to extend the Metro upto Palwal which falls in Faridabad Parliamentary Constituency. connecting faidabad and gurgaon wilth metro willgreatly improve commuting between the two areas..
Latest Answer: Hi Madhu,
As I came to know from news, faridabad metro to scale up the realty. After the first trial run of the metro, Faridabad occupants and the ones heading out to and from Faridabad are sitting tight for the initiation of its administrations.
Latest Answer: Hello, Basic necessities like good schools and educational institutes, good medical facilities or entertainment hubs - there is nothing of this sort on the Faridabad map. This can be another major factor that is hampering invetsment here..
Latest Answer: Before the launch of the skyway in 2010, Sector 37 Faridabad the average residential property price were about Rs.3700 per square feet, which had become to Rs.4500 per square feet and Rs.5750 per square feet in 2011 and 2012, respectively. There has been about 27% increase in property prices since 2011.
Latest Answer: Hi Guys,
As per recent news, with a length of 12.67km, the Badarpur-Faridabad corridor may not be the longest line in the Delhi Metro network but it will still be unique. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) is using a an unique new technology to build this section.
A senior DMRC official said, "We are using U-girders in this corridor. These have been used in the airport line only." The result: an incredible 1.2km of the viaduct was built in a month, making it one of the fastest corridors being built in Phase III.