Saturday, March 8, 2014

Krishnaja Greens Villas for sale on International Airport Road, Bangalore - 3BHK Villas.

Krishnaja Greens Villas Area Range 1600 sqft - 2000 sqft, Located at International Airport Road, Bangalore available with 3BHK Villas.


Krishnaja Greens, Phase 2 is a well planned project at Navaratna Agrahara, Bengaluru North offers convenience of location and value.The Bengaluru International Airport is very close by and schools, colleges, well known clubs and colonies too mark the vicinity of this prized location of Krishnaja Greens. Krishnaja Greens is developing this gated housing project with Plot size of 30'X50' (1500Sq.ft) with 40'.0 wide black topped roads with beautiful avenue plantation. The layout is developed along the best standards and approved by BIAPPA.

Helping you realize your dreams

At Krishnaja Greens, our role doesn't end at creating a well laid out gated community. We are there to aid you throughout your home-building process. We can help you plan, prepare and construct.Besides your home, we have also provided for the best of infrastructure and amenities to make your life here betting your expectations. Providing you with a good quality of life is our ultimate aim.

Contemporary designed villas

BIAAPA approved gated community 2,000 sq. ft. and 1,600 sq. ft. duplex villas with 3 bedrooms, living, dinning and kitchen
Plot Sizes: 30'x50' (1,500 sq. ft.) and 30'x40' (1,200 sq. ft.)
Maintenance under supervision of owners' body
100% vaastu compliance
High value premium neighbourhood


Krishnaja Greens’ niche concept of drawing city-central value and quality of life from strategic sub-urban locations gives you uncompromising options of affordability. 

High priority is given to the quality of life at Krishnaja Greens.

Club house
Swimming pool
Meditation & Yoga Hall
Table tennis
Guest suites

The September quarter has never been very prom- ising for the real estate sector. Monsoons impede new launches and execution and this year is not an exception. Revenue growth will not come from new launches. Most firms deferred launches perhaps for two reasons-one, the next (December) quarter being the festive season seemed more appropriate for new launches and - two, some of the larger firms preferred to put their money behind execution and sale of existing projects. In this segment, the mid-cap players would register healthy sales growth by reducing their inventory of existing projects. 

In September, industry experts said inventory levels across the major property markets of Mumbai, the National Capital Region, Bangalore and Chennai declined steadily. This held up prices. While prices in Mumbai and Delhi in some pockets are above the peak- 2008 levels, they are still around 15% lower in most cities. 

While the above is true for the residential segment, both the commercial and retail markets, which form a relatively smaller portion of the revenue of most listed entities, are just beginning to look up after several dull quarters. The September quarter will not see any drastic improvement in these two segments, where over-supply and low-lease rentals have been haunting developers

Interest costs in the realty sector have dragged down profits for several quarters. For example, in the June quarter, a 23% year-on-year (y-o-y) rise in one of the larger firm's revenue translated into a meagre 4% rise in net profit, mainly due to high interest costs. The good news is that most firms have trimmed debt through institutional funds raised over the last 12 months .. 

Still, given the lower revenue expansion, analysts estimate that y-o-y net profit growth will also be very marginal. With real estate price recovery being more region-specific, results could be a mixed bag based on the firm's project locations. A sense of stability due to recovery in prices from the 2009 has improved investor sentiment towards realty stocks. The realty index, which underperformed both the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) Sensex and the BSE mid-cap index over the last six months, has outperformed both these indices between June and September 2010.

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