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Expected BPTP Parklands block-wise rates, Jul 2012

Postby rmuk » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:17 am

http://www.flatdealsindia.com/blog/bloc ... lot-guide/

Block-Wise BPTP Plot Guide
July 20, 2012 by Sunil Tinani
Here’s a guide that will help you understand how BPTP plots pan out across Neharpar. Use this guide to make an informed selling or buying decision:

A. PLOTS ARE SPREAD OUT ACROSS 3 PHASES

BPTP Blocks A to E are located in Sector 85 and these make up for PHASE 1 PLOTS.

BPTP Blocks F to N, including Block LM, are located in Sectors 82 and 83 and these make up for PHASE 2 PLOTS.

BPTP Blocks P to Z are located in Sectors 75, 76 and 80 and these make up for PHASE 3 PLOTS.

BPTP Blocks PE, PC and PD are located in Sector 77 and these too are part of PHASE 3 PLOTS.

There is no Block I.

There is some issue with Block Z and as of July 2012, there is no market for Block Z plots.

There are some high tension electric lines running in Block T, and therefore you must inspect the spot before buying a plot.

There is some issue in R-Block in the R1-24 line. The roads have not yet developed out here and Faridabad property dealers opine that BPTP may shift these plots to some other location. But this is not confirmed.

B. PREMIUM BLOCKS

Blocks A, C and D are the premium blocks. In the main roads of Sectors 80 and 81, there are no sellers.

C. MARKET PRICES AS ON JULY 2012

BPTP has offered possession of plots and rates have softened up a little bit because payment is demanded. So, note that the prices mentioned below may fluctuate depending on individual circumstances. prices will also move up once stocks are absorbed. As on date, there are 7 sellers for every 2 buyers in the market and therefore all buyers are doing their best to drive down prices. But, that said, most sellers are sticking on to their rates and that is why the market is holding out. Here is what sellers can expect to get for 250 syd plots:

Block A: 28,000 to 35,000/syd. A very few plots are available.

Block B: 23,000 to 26,000/syd.

Block C: 28,000 to 32,000/syd. Some prime plots are being quoted at 45,000/syd.

Block D: From 28,000 to 36,000/syd depending on location.

Block E: 27,000 to 28,000/syd depending on location.

Block F: 25,000/syd depending on location.

Block G: 22,000 to 24,000/syd depending on location.

Block H: (very limited number of plots)

Block J: 24,000 to 27,000/syd depending on location.

There are no plots in Block K

Block LM: 17,000 to 20,000/syd

Block M: 23,000 to 24,000/syd

Block N: This is a prime location and there are hardly any plots here.

Block P: 27,000 to 28.000/syd.

Block Q: 22,000 to 24500/syd.

Block R: 27,000 to 30,000/syd.

Block T: 18,000 to 21,000/syd.

Block U: 26,000 to 27,000/syd.

Block V: 21,000 to 22,000/syd.

Block W: 23,000 to 24000/syd.

Block X: 20,000 to 24,000/syd.

Block Y: 19,000 to 20,000/syd

Block Z: No transactions

Hope this guide helps you understand the BPTP Plots market in Faridabad.

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Re: Expected BPTP Parklands block-wise rates, Jul 2012

Postby sameer23 » Sat Aug 04, 2012 12:36 am

thanks for this info, well written :)

would you have info for other properties in the area like rps, omaxe etc... regards.
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