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Q: In terms of infrastructural development, can anyone tell me whether investing in Kochi would be a good idea?
Latest Answer: The real estate sector in Kochi seems to be getting very mature. Demand is rapidly increasing for land and developers have started many residential projects around the Kochi metro project. But the demand is more for fully furnished 2bhk apartments close to IT companies which costs about 50,000 bucks a month that youngsters usually rent on a sharing basis. But you also get rates like 8000 bucks in places like Kadavanthara and Kakkanad or 45000 rs in Marine Drive. The strict building rules have been ammended 3 years ago and because of that 40% of residential homes have not been sold cause of over supply. And the rate of investement in the outskirts of Kochi is only 15 to 20% because of poor infrastructure. There are negative points as well but the advantages of investing here outweigh the disadvantages. Think about it :)
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Q: How effective will property investment be for 2014 in Coimbatore based on last years high appreciation rates?
Latest Answer: But still Coimbatore faces very long power cuts and lots of traffic congestion especially in areas like Mettupalayam road, Trichy road and around Ukkadam. There is still so much of work to be done but still IT professionals like to invest here as rates are 40% lower than Chennai. In June during grahaprevesham, Coimbatore has about 3000 registrations. Senior citizens demand for senior housing has also gone up. Property prices have remained more or less the same and there's been no price fall so there haven't been any incentive schemes to attract buyers. Yet cost of labour and input prices are increasing so there will definitely be no fall in prices any time soon.
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Q: Hey can someone tell me the differences between investing in Old Bachupally and new Bachupally in Hyderabad?
Latest Answer: You forgot to mention that there are a lot of simmilarites between old and new Bowenpally. For example, they have small buildings, independently run hospitals, good schools, good supermarkets and pollution of land and the lakes. I would actually prefer staying in old Bowenpally only because the area has great connectivity to other parts of the city which is still an issue in new Bowenpally. Public transport in new bowenpally lacks even shared autos which is really strange. People have to walk quite a bit to their main bus stop. But both places like most other areas in Hyderabad, face water shortage problems and the situation has become worse because of increasing residential projects. But still it seems as though land appreciation will happen a couple of years down the line.
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Q: What is the status of the project and when will it get completed? Share what type of units are coming up.
Latest Answer: Thanks everyone for providing such elaborate information about the project. I am also looking for some feedback about the locality as well?
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Q: When is the project getting completed and how is the payment plan for this project?
Latest Answer: Hello Nishant, You can get all the details about the project by clicking on this link Mapsko Casa Bella OR You can call on this toll free number (1800) (180) (180) (180) Or You Post your Requirements to get matching properties details on your Email and Mobile.
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Q: I have already invested in land in pune with Sairung Developers.
This time I want it near Hinjewadi.
So kindly share the details of current projects asap.
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Q: Interested in Tulive Horizon, Saligramam, Chennai. Apparently handover is expected in Dec 2014.

Would like to know feedback on construction quality, any builder issues, builders compliance with all regulations, customer issues.

Sundar Krishnan
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Q: I want to know what is the booking amount I have to pay to book an apartment. What sizes of apartments available in the same?
Latest Answer: What will be the basic cost of the apartments and how good id the locality?
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Q: I am planning to purchase a new 2 or 3 BHK flat near A S Rao nagar, Suchitra or Alwal, Have seen some apartments on Military Diary Farm Road but wants to know about the area. If anyone help me about Diary form if it is good and how much rent I can expect ?
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Q: I am looking for some feedback about the locality as well as the project.
Latest Answer: @Chandramohan, I have not booked an apartment in this project but I stay in Begur Road. Begur Road is considered an end-user driven market. The region has been developing continuously and so does the market. The locality is positioned off the Bangalore-Hosur highway and offers excellent connectivity. Apart from the connectivity it offers, the locality outshines other areas in terms of social infrastructure.
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