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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Sakal Vastu - Utterly Useless Property Exhibition

Property exhibitions are nothing more than traffic signals and builders the beggars - GypsyKing

Mr. Sanjay Deshpande of Sanjeevani Developers at Sakal Vastu - Not so utterly useless Pune property exhibition

Strong but truthful words. GypsyKing must have visited Sakal Vastu Property Expo last weekend. Every visitor may have felt the same. Sakal Vastu was a poor show.

By the end of 2016, most of the builders must have realized that property exhibitions are utterly useless. That's why they didn't participate in Sakal Vastu. Less participation of builders made it more useless.

Of course, a few people visited Sakal Vastu. Which was quite enough for the organizers. Means even the organizers were aware that potential buyers are not in a mood to buy a flat.

Potential flat buyers are waiting for the property rates to go down.
Potential flat buyers are waiting for the implementation of RERA.
And they are ready to wait for a long time.
May be for one more year.
2017 would be a year of waiting.
Because they know that booking a flat at this point of time is putting your life in danger.

However, Mr. Sanjay Deshpande of Sanjeevani Developers had a different experience.
"How come you are here?," I asked him.
"To answer the most obvious question - Will property rates go down by 50 %?," Sanjay said.
"How many people asked?," I said.
"Very few. May be because I have ready possession flats at Baner, Sus & Kiwale," Sanjay said.
"Are you ready to negotiate their prices?," I asked.
"Can I afford not to negotiate? A couple of people have gone for the site visits. I hope they will be back for negotiations!," Sanjay said.

How sad! At this signal, most of the beggars can't even beg!!

A few glimpses of utterly useless property exhibition Sakal Vastu:

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1 comment:

  1. "How sad! At this signal, most of the beggars can't even beg!!"
    - Problem is that beggars want atleast Rs.100 which no one wants to give. That's why their hand, bowl remains empty. If they want something, they should lower their expectations.