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PostPosted: Thu Aug 13, 2009 10:54 pm 
BHI Capital investing in Integrated township project in Trichy. Anybody have any idea about the project?

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Trichy – Integrated Residential Township catering to major employers in Trichy. The project is a demand pull project with, BHEL (Trichy) being the anchor customers. Over 65% of the project is being booked by BHEL and the company is in talks with other corporates in the city for group acquisition. The project will feature Villas, Row Houses, Duplex homes, Apartments, School and all modern amenities with adequate infractructure.


http://www.bhicapital.com/projects.html


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:52 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 7:57 pm 
The Trichyportal website is having problems for the past few days.It will be good if the admin can take a look at the problems.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:55 pm 
True Value Homes to tap Infra business, to expand in southern cities


With the Centre and States increasing their thrust on infrastructure development and the sector attracting huge investments, Chennai’s leading realty firm, True Value Homes (TVH) has chalked out plans to tap the segment.


In six years, since TVH commenced operations, it has been able register the brand’s presence fairly well, he says. In Coimbatore, for instance, TVH has completed and delivered 0.5 million sq ft space. Apart from this, it has a blueprint for promoting an integrated township on 70-acres at Trichy.


http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/New ... 802732.cms


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:11 am 
Mumbai tops in property investment in India

IndiaProperty.com, India’s No.1 property portal from Consim Info (formerly known as BharatMatrimony Group) today released their online survey report, which showcases the ‘Trend in residential space across top cities in the current scenario’. The survey received over 3,000 respondents and most of them showed interested in buying residential property now.

The analysis was to study customer views on the current market condition & if they are keen on buying residential property. Respondents from Metros and other cities, which include Pune, Thane, Coimbatore, Ahmedabad, Vadodara and many more inquired details about purchasing a property. More over, people aspired to services like water, security, connectivity by public transport, parking space over other lifestyle features that include gym, indoor game facilities, and swimming pool.

Commenting on the survey findings, Murugavel Janakiraman Founder & CEO Consim Info remarked, “Market sentiments are reviving and people are willing to invest. This could be owing to a stable government and the price correction factor. Based on our survey, more than 60% of the customers are looking at buying residential property in the next 6 months. They also are expecting a lowering of interest rates on home loans”.

Some key findings derived from the survey are:

· Mumbai is still the most preferred destination to invest in property, while Chennai takes the first place for property investments in South, over Bangalore.

· 60 % of the respondents feel that the interest rates for home loan will fall further in the coming months.

· Apart from metros, Tier 2 cities like Patna, Nasik, Trichy & Madurai, seem to be on the rise for property investments.

· 40 % of the respondents show interest on property with a square feet ranging from 500 to 1000 sq ft, which is inclined towards ‘Affordable Homes’.

· 50 % are looking for properties for their personal use rather than just buying property for investment.

IndiaProperty.com constantly studies its customer’s needs on the real estate market through regular surveys, property fairs and events.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 1:40 pm 
I dont think the above is for SIS Acropole,Trichy. Anyway the SIS project at Trichy have to be approved yet.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 8:46 am 
Upcoming Projects of South India Shelters Pvt. Ltd - SIS Acropole in Trichy

http://www.sis.in/up_coming_projects.htm


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:33 pm 
Investors tread path of caution

Price correction in metros has started spilling over to tier II destinations too. One suchOne such is boiler town Trichy, where buyers too have started negotiating on prices. A change in their mindset is reflected not only in terms of postponing their property purchases, but the end-users are seeking price revisions upto 15%.

"As builders, we are seriously facing a problem with buyers, adopting a wait and watch policy. They are cautious in making their final decision," Tiruchirapalli Flat Promoters’ Association (TFPA) president M Siddharth told ET. TFPA has now 70 members in its fold, of which 55 are active.

Endorsing TFPA chief’s view is Rohini Group promoter MV Maruthachalam, who says this is the first instance in the realty history of the fast-growing tier II destination, that there is a tendency among prospective buyers to negotiate on prices.

Though builders are not keen on a price reduction, the influence of price correction in cities has caught on to buyers in this part of the country. "While customers are looking at 10-12% price reductions, builders have given discounts up to 5%," he said.

Mr Siddharth, who is also the KVM Housing promoter, says while he has not announced any price revision, there are builders who have given price discounts of 10-15%.

Boasting of good health, education and hospitality infrastructure, Trichy, the fourth largest city of Tamil Nadu, has caught the attention of developers from neighbouring areas too. If one were to look at some of the reports by Feedback Ventures and Jones Lang LaSalle Meghraj, Trichy has evolved as a destination with the demand for quality housing picking up from 2007 onwards.

Some of the top-notch realty players in the boiler town include Rohini Housing, Vignesh Flat Promoter, Manghalam Estates, Ganesh Builders. So far, the highest sales have been notched up by Manghalam, which has sold apartments for Rs 80 lakh while Rohini has sold for Rs 70 lakh.

So, from a property market dominated by local players, developers from Chennai and other areas too are exploring real estate business opportunities.

Residential property markets are concentrated in the airport road, Tanjore road, Bypass road, Thilai Nagar, K K Nagar, Samayapuram temple town and Cantonment areas. Property appreciation has taken place in Samayapuram, which has lured several top-level retirees, NRIs and ex-military officials, says a long-time resident.

Apart from NRIs, Trichy’s buying profile includes IT staff, local businessmen and bank staff. A substantial portion of the purchases is through the housing loan route, with SBI playing a major role. Other names in this segment are ICICI and Sundaram Home.

Mr Maruthachalam said there are about 75 ongoing projects undertaken by several developers. Normally, the project development is done on 2-10 grounds (1 ground = 2,400 sqft). Of late, developers are evincing interest in the Crawford area on Madurai road.

South India Shelters from Chennai is awaiting approvals to launch its multi-storied complex beyond Crawford. Similarly, after launching its 112-apartments in Puttur for Rs 2,000 per sq ft and marketing it for even Rs 3,000 per sq ft, Rohini has lined up a project in the Crawford Colony that would cover 16,000 sq ft area.

Work on the two-phase Puttur project began in November 2008 and this would make available 32 apartments at a price of Rs 2,250 per sq ft.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 15, 2009 9:21 am 
Hi friends,
One of my friend is selling plots in Trichy near siruganoor, What is the normal rate around that area ? ( He said it is near to MAM and Angala amman college ).
Thank you
Renjith


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 25, 2008 10:43 am 
A nice articel from tamilestate.com & tiruchian link

http://www.tamilestate.com/index.html


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