We are engaged in real estate business constructing residential, institutional and commercial complexes.
We have own presence in all the major real estate classes like multi storeyed group housing, residential townships, shopping malls, institutional buildings, Hotels and office buildings. The Company's operations embrace various aspects of real estate development, such as land identification and acquisition, project planning, designing, marketing and execution. At present, its focus is on the development of residential projects in and around Varanasi, Lucknow, Gorakhpur and Noida..
We provide architectural consultancy services, Interior / Exterior Design and Survey work.
Real Estate Development & land Planning.
Water Supply, Sewrages & Stone water drainage Solutions.
Engineering & Property Surveys.
Total Station & GPS Survey.
Structural Design, Supply Chain & Logistic Management.
Urban & Rural Housing Projects.
Infrastructure Development (Economic, Social & Basic).
Tourism & Recreational Projects.
Institutional Projects, Envaironmental Management.
"Your open house is really just a networking party for me." Hire a real-estate broker to sell your home, and one of the first things he'll likely suggest is hosting an open house so that potential buyers can casually check out your property on a weekend afternoon. But while open houses are promoted as a great way of finding a buyer, a National Association of Realtors study found that their success rate is a mere 2 to 4 percent.
Brokers like to make it sound as if their fees are engraved in stone, but that's rarely the case. During the housing bubble, for example, as the number of brokers sharply increased, so did the competition for listings. One broker says he lowered his fee by a full percentage point just to give himself an edge. But even in the wake of the recent crash, you have a good chance of negotiating a better deal; that same surplus of brokers is still out there competing for even fewer listings, giving you something of a leg up.My fees are negotiable
Legally, the broker you hire to sell your home is obligated to tell you about all offers that come in. In reality, some do not. Perhaps he thinks the offer is insultingly low for you, but more likely, "the broker thinks it's too low for his own purposes," McNeill says. "He wants to hold out for a bigger commission." Another possibility is that there's an outside broker (or "co-broker") circling your house, and the primary broker is waiting for one of his own clients to make an offer so he can keep the full 6 percent to himself.Think you've had no offers? Actually, there have been several.