Q:The corridors(2) on our apartment's floor is considered common area. Recently, two of the owners have closed their side of the corridor with a metal grill in the name of security. If other owners were to follow suit it would look and feel like one were living in a jail.
Latest Answer: Hello Pratibha, As per my knowledge, closing the corridor with a metal grill is not at all legal as corridor is a common area. So I think you should talk with the apartment management for this.
Q:I booked an oakwood villa in sector G7 in the year 2008.After 5 years I am being told that they will be relocating my villa in some other sector.It means that Ansals are going to take another 3-4 years for the start of construction. Any one may please tell me what to do now?
Latest Answer: Few of the Villas are complete and ready for possession, as per the current site conditions it appears that one may get keys to their villa but will not be able to move in as the surrounding roads are being constructed, with the current pace of ongoing construction individual can expect moving in by next year.
Latest Answer: Hi Harmeet, My name Mahinder Singh and a govt. employee near Chd. I had been living in govt. quarter for a long time. But now I planed to shift in my own home so I booked a 2 bhk flat in Savitry Greens. I reviewed others company residential projects than I made this decision.
Q:I am interested to know if anyone has bought in SMR Vinay Symphone Gachibowli. Any experiences with quality of construction and in general with this apartment. Any pros and cons as we are looking to buy in this. Thanks in advance for your inputs. Price they are quoting is around 3700/sft for a resale flat by land owner + 8L for amenities. Is it good price.
Latest Answer: Hi Debashish, many realty experts have been saying that this new year will be good for real estate sector in India. Because of economic slowdown and high pices, last year was not so good, but this year it is hopeful.
Q:Hi, can anyone tell me who are the best established, quality real estate companies in mumbai (for selling and renting)? I am tired of poor quality brokers!And is there a way to contact owners etc directly (where they advertise)?Thanks
Latest Answer: Hi Lisa, brokers and agents ask for commission or hidden charges which are generally high. You can post your rental requirements or list your property for sale in Commonfloor. I have posted my residential property one month back and I am getting good response. Buyers will contact you and even you can contact the sellers by providing your information. Also, there is no hidden charge.