Thursday, March 20, 2014

ND Passion Pent house Apartments for sale off Sarjapur Road, Bangalore - 3BHK & 4BHK Apartments.

ND Passion Pent house Multistorey Apartments, Area Range 2843 - 3544 sq.ft., Located at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 3BHK Apartments and 4BHK Apartments.

http://bangalore5.com/project_details.php?id=103

Description:

Luxurious 3 & 4 Bedroom penthouses with private swimming pool and terraces. A project on Harlur Main Road (off Sarjapur Road) where built area occupies only 23% of the total area leaving a large lung space full of greenery which includes Tree Courts,Children's play area, Jogging track, Basket ball and Tennis Courts, Swimming pool and Kid's pool. Each flat are Vaastu Compliant and include provision for open and closed Kitchen and ample light and Ventilation

Area: 3 Acres 36 guntas
Number of Penthouse: 6
Location: Harlur Main Road (Off Sarjapur Road)
Number of Bedrooms: Three & Four

Amenities of ND Passion Pent house

Children’s play area
jogging track
Swimming Pool
Club House
Health Club
Amphitheatre
Indoor swimming pool
Basket ball court
Tennis court
Gazebos
Skating Rink
Badminton court
Table tennis
Billiards
Board Games
TV Room
Creche
Clinic
Health club
Gym
Vastu complaint



The collapsing housing market in the country has injected a fear in the ever increasing housing rates. Though the rates of houses are falling visibly, still the builders are holding the highly inflated rates. And now the builders are proposing to construct affordable housing. Many government activities affect housing. In fact housing construction and use is probably the most heavily regulated and taxed of major economic activity in India.

There is no relief in taxes and there is no end to the greed of the builders. Throughout the years, 2007 and 2008, the rates of flats have suddenly increased many fold, say upto 100% to 400% and thus were, and still are, out of the reach of the middle class home buyers. The stamp duty offices have very few flat buyers to pay stamp duty. The housing finance companies have reduced the interest rates, but still the affordability factor prevents the flat buyers to go for it. On the top of it super-built up area syndrome, remains undefinable. Now the builders are on the band- wagon of affordable housing. 

They are offering yet to be constructed flats to the buyers in the distant suburbs, which have no infrastructure to support. In Karjat, Virar, Ghodbunder Road Thane, Mira Road and other such areas, the builders have announced their township minus any infrastructure. The quality of construction is very poor and may not last in the time to come. In fact there is total anarchy on the housing front. The nexus of builders and government officials is so strong that more and more slums are coming up in stead of social housing. 

There is ample and encroached by slums in most of the cities and specifically in Mumbai. So why slum redevelopment schemes are not taken up. They are all involved in the legal and procedural labyrinth to no end, because of vested interests of official and builders. There is, now only way to provide affordable housing to the houseless millions, the government must come forward and frame such rules and procedures to give a quantum boost to the dismal condition for affordablehousing. It is the time when government must make clear cut schemes and deposit the money taken from purchasers in dedicated accounts created for the purpose and negotiate with the builders to allot houses to the masses to make the year 2009 as the year for social housing.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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