Friday, August 30, 2013

Pune Property Exhibition - 31st August & 1st September

Maharashtra Times Property Show,
Sakhar Sankul, Shivaji Nagar, Pune,
31st August & 1st September 2013,
10 am to 8 pm



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Maharashtra Times Property Show

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9 comments:

  1. Pune is growing fast in real estate. Pune hardly a distance from mumbai commercial hub of india, also known as the Oxford of east has shown impressive economic growth in the past few decades. Pune boasts of some excellent educational institutes along with key defence institutions. Thus it is best place to have property. Pune property helpline
    deals in real estate and providing unparalleled realty services to clients.

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  2. Another Property Exhibition - Seems real estate is not impacted with crisis and people still investing ..

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  3. Dear Ravi,

    what is your opinion regarding the primera homes project in Wagholi?

    Regds

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    1. Please consider availability of water, sewage and public transport facility before buying house !! Good luck for your search !!
      Wagholi is full of investors and no real living people. Go to resale adds and you will know ..

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  4. I think prices of properties in Pune are hyped. Very much hyped. There has been appreciation of 50%-60% in last 15-18 months. Is income of families have increased that much ? Answer is simply no. Its just greed of builders and land holders which increase price by average 100 Rs a month. But there is limit for everything. 8-10 years back when IT was new and booming people considered becoming IT guy. But now they are considering builder line option. Now IT is down since last shock of 2009. Same shock will be applicable for builders ? Remember whatever comes up goes down and vice versa. Pune property prices till date never went down. However after reading todays Maha Times and TOI its clear that all the builders in Pune are struggling. So this fair was one of attempts to attract the customers. But prices are already high so evern outside of Pune is now out of budget for the Punekars. IMHO property prices in Pune will go down drastically as this trend is already started in the north India. Noida prices are down by 30% and pune is likely to follow the trend.

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  5. Now how does a layman like me find out how much property each of these three categories of buyers (End Users, Investors, Speculators) are buying and who is dominating the real estate market. Well, as you know, unlike as is prevalent in other sectors, most of whom are well regulated, there is no transparency in the unregulated real estate industry.
    2 bhk flats for sale in pune

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  6. This type of property fair help property buyers to buy affordable property or invest in porperty from specific area, and it also saves money. Like Pune, property in thane is also best to invest money.

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