Monday, July 14, 2014

Manar Pureearth Villa for sale Located in Sarjapur, Bangalore available with 3BHK Villas and 4BHK Villas.


Manar Pureearth Villa Area Range 1675-2316 Sq.ft, Located in Sarjapur, Bangalore available with 3BHK Villas and 4BHK Villas.

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Description:

Imagine living in an earth that is heavenly, natural and a manifestation of purity, right in the midst of a concrete jungle like Bangalore. That’s what Pureearth is, a piece of a paradise. It is a place where earth is true to you and offers you the opportunity to go back to earth and live among its splendour.

Experience this joy of living in the serene land of purity and nature at Manar’s Pure earth which has 200 exclusive villas located at Sarjapur. Just like the pure happiness of a child walking on rain-soaked mud for the first time, playing with it endlessly. Pure earth brings you the happiness which is timeless and cherished forever. Discover the delightful essence in living amidst unparalleled beauty of nature, in the wide open spaces, in the pure greenery, and in the fresh cool breeze. Relax and unwind at home nestled by pure earth. Spending quality time with your family and hearing the joyful laughter of your children would not be just on a vacation now. Live with this happiness every day, throughout your life. Find joy in what truly matters

Amenities:

Pureearth is a place where modernity seamlessly blends into nature to create an easier and smoother life with ultramodern recreational places and important conveniences, Pureearth promises you a better life.

    Entrance Plaza
    Water Feauture
    Amphi theatre
    Childrens Play area
    Bamboo walk
    Multipurpose Lawan
    Elders Jogging Track
    Excersise station
    Basket Ball Court
    Tot Lot
    Club house Arcadia
    Swimming Pool
    Tennis Court
    Party Lawn


Dull Real estate sector

The September quarter has never been very promising 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 mproved investor sentiment towards realty stocks. The realty index, which  underperformed both the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) 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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