Monday, August 11, 2008

TMC - Tanaji Malusare City at Karjat - to launch 1 bhk and 2 bhk flats too!

50,000 Inquiries in 2 weeks!

Along with "three lakh rupee flat", India's largest affordable housing project, Tanaji Malusare City at Karjat is going to construct 1 bhk and 2 bhk flats too. However, my source is not sure whether you can apply for 1 and 2bhk flat tomorrow (August 12, 2008). So please, see TMC's ad, mostly, in any Marathi or Hindi newspaper published from Mumbai.

Budget - 5 lakhs and 7 lakhs:

Carpet area of 1 bhk flat will be 325 sq.ft. and after 33% loading saleable area would be 400 sq.ft. and at a reasonable property rate of Rs.999 per sq.ft. it will fit in the budget of Rs.5 lakhs.

Whereas, budget for 2 bhk flat ( 400 sq.ft. carpet area) would be Rs.7 lakhs.

In the first phase, TMC is going to construct 2,500 'three lakh rupee flats' (carpet area 225 sq.ft. / saleable area 300 sq.ft.) in 46 ground plus 2 story buildings whose possession you can get from January 2009 to June '09.

Have you visited the TMC site?

You can get down at Karjat railway station (West) and take a share auto rickshaw to the site of Tanaji Malusare City at Shirse village. At site office, you can see the sample flat and a building too. I haven't visited it yet but if you have, please, tell us about it in the comments. We are all curious to know. To get the updates about 100 acre Tanaji Malusare City, please, subscribe to my Ravi Karandeekar's Pune Real Estate Market News Blog. Visit my Google group, Ravi Karandeekar's Pune Real Estate Blog Group, to know more about my blogs. Feel free to call me on my mobile 91 98600 44110. First 15 minutes talking is free!

Related Stories:

1) Tanaji Malusare City, Karjat - application form for the first 2,500 three lakh rupee flats will be available from August 12, 2008

2) To know more about Tanaji Malusare City at Karjat, please, visit their website www.tmcity.in

3) Tanaji Malusure City, 100 acre low cost housing scheme near Karjat, to offer 10,000 flats at Rs. 999 per sq.ft.

3 comments:

  1. Real estate companies are now focusing on the development of low-cost homes targeting the middle and lower-income groups. With the country facing a shortage of 22 million home units, as per a survey by the Housing and Urban Property Allevation Ministry, low-cost projects are the need of the hour. Developers are increasingly venturing into mass-housing or low-cost projects, typically on the periphery of large cities and in Tier-II and III cities. All major developers like Omaxe, DLF, Ansal API and Parsvnath have major plans to venture into low-cost housing.For more view- realtydigest.blogspot.com

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  2. The development can undoubtedly make a socio-economic balance. But the township and the individual building plans will make unsatisfied life of the occupants for the lifetime.

    Especially, in 2-BHK, a bedroom 9'X9'appears to be inclusive of a Bath room. That means actual area of bed room will be 9'X9'=81 sft - 4'-6"X4'-6"=20.25 sft. Balance area of Bed Rm = 60.75 sft. and NO PRIVACY. Plus wastage of passage area=4'-6" X 3'= 13.5 sft Therefore, utility area fo the bed room=47.25 sft.

    I feel that you can Redesign the scheme from any Indian Architect.

    Regards,

    Dinesh Padwal-Mumbai Malad
    dineshpadwal@yahoo.com
    Mob.:9821279556

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