Saturday, June 7, 2014

Mana Jardin Apartments for sale at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK Apartments.

Mana Jardin Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1817-18234 Sq.ft, Located at Sarjapur Road, Bangalore available with 2BHK Apartments and 3BHK  Apartments.


Gar­dens make a come­back to the Gar­den City, at Mana Jardin. Every one of the here comes with a pri­vate land­scaped bal­cony and sits amidst a host of uniquely themed gar­den plots.

As you drive in, the arrival plaza greets you with a large open space that instantly soothes your lungs and your eyes. Look fur­ther and you notice a land­scape that is expressed as a hier­ar­chy of gar­den courts – a seam­less blend of pri­vate and pub­lic com­mu­nity spaces that relax and amaze in equal measure.Its one of the best res­i­den­tial flat in sar­japur road.

In a sense, Mana Jardin Apart­ments for Sale in sar­japur Road serves up noth­ing less than a lush cock­tail of refresh­ing land­scape ameni­ties. Spreads of beau­ti­ful flow­ers, serene med­i­ta­tion spaces, stun­ning sculp­tural ren­di­tions – what­ever it is you want, Mana Jardin pro­vides a space in sar­japur road for your dream apart­ment that deliv­ers it to you.

Mana Jardin Flats Sar­japur Road promises to give you that rare feel­ing of being far away from the rest of the world. But what is truly amaz­ing about this prop­erty in sar­japur road is that all this seren­ity and calm sits right in the mid­dle of the city. Located strate­gi­cally on Sar­japur Road, Mana Jardin lies in close prox­im­ity to schools, col­leges, hos­pi­tals, offices, soft­ware parks, the Ring Road, White­field and state high­ways. So, even as you bask in tran­quil­ity, you are never really far away from any­thing that you need


At Mana, we rec­og­nize that no home is com­plete with­out an array of world-​class ameni­ties. In a city like Ban­ga­lore, with its daily dose of traf­fic, pol­lu­tion and work pres­sures, it is even more impor­tant to come home to an envi­ron­ment that soothes and relaxes. So be it the inter­ac­tive pool or the ther­a­peu­tic walk­way, the bar­beque area or the tod­dlers lots; we’ve made it a point to serve up an elab­o­rate bou­quet of top-​of-​the-​line facil­i­ties so that life at Mana is always a plea­sur­able walk in the garden.

The promoter regulation acts of various States attempted to deal with what could be considered as excesses by the real estate sector i.e., (i) collecting huge amounts even prior to the approval of construction proposals, (ii) creating a mortgage on the property before or after entering into an agreement of sale with third parties, without letting them know of the mortgage, (iii) not delivering apartments in time, (iv) changing approved plans midway, (v) not transferring apartments to individual flat purchasers or to housing societies, with the fond hope that the FAR / FSI in the area would increase and they could benefit, (vi) collecting huge maintenance fees and siphoning it off through inflated charges, (vii) issuing misleading advertisements, etc. All these and other issues ought to be taken care of by the Law,and cannot be left to market forces, since the hard- earned lifetime savings of citizens are involved. Despite some States bringing laws, there is no denying that the Real Estate sector is still one of the most unregulated, in so far as relations between the developer / promoter / builder and the purchaser are concerned. As such, there is an imperative need for a model Real Estate ( Regulation and Development ) Act.

The Central Government had announced a Model Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, which was put up for discussion before it was brought before Parliament. It envisages regulatory and appellate authorities to regulate, control and promote development by construction, sale, transfer and management of residential apartments. Though the model legislation is a welcome move to bring discipline to the sector, the proposed legislation is not binding on States, which have to enact separate legislations. 

The regulatory authority proposed is in addition to existing authorities under different local, planning, revenue and tax establishments. There are dozens of licenses and approvals to be obtained prior to starting development and, taking into consideration the way our systems work, the new proposed authorities would only delay approvals, add to the cost and create additional structures that would only set the clock back.

This is the era of liberalization. The proposed legislation will only take the real estate industry back to the license raj era. Creation of additional authorities has always led to more corruption. Exorbitant demands by authorities invariably lead to delays and cost escalation, ultimately borne by the purchaser. Power to such authorities has traditionally led to its misuse, and no system to deal with this menace has yet been discovered. Especially in the Real Estate sector, promoters ought to be made responsible and liable, so that the excesses complained of by the citizens and investors are taken care of by Law administered through Courts.

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