Latest Answer: Hey Pavan, the main reason for this shortage in North Chennai is because of small piece land. Most of the developers require for building apartment projects, since small land pieces belong to individuals, they prefer developing those into individual houses with single floor units.
Latest Answer: Hi Siddharth,
This project comes under Gram Panchayat Town Planning and got all the approval with them. Yes, there is a chance of negotiation at the time of booking.
HDFC, ICICI, LIC Housing Finance, SBI, Axis, IDBI are providing loan for this property.
Latest Answer: Hey guys also Guduvancheri is preferred for its affordable property values which range from Rs 3,000-3,500 per sq ft. Porur is also very good location as the property values range from Rs 4,500-5,800 per sq ft and most of the properties are available in the budget of Rs 45-60 lakhs
Latest Answer: BDA has invited applications for allotting 4,228 apartments, which include 1 bhk, 2 bhk and 3 bhk flats, and has posted the details on its website. The revised rates will apply only to these apartments.
Latest Answer: In a move to cut down the onus on Bangalore, the Karnataka government has encouraged the growth of Tier-II cities, via various measures such as removal of VAT on aviation turbine fuel, development of industrial corridors, public-private partnership initiatives, single window, promotion of industrial clusters and ease of land acquisition.