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TOPIC: Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed.

Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 4 years 9 months ago #49

Hello guys,

I have heard a lot about the Hiranandani builders and am taken in by their project in OMR, Chennai.

They have a mix of 2BHK to 5BHK apartments. 3BHK Apartment of about Sq. Ft. 1749 is currently available and costs between Rs 1.12 Crores and 1.5 Crores. The 2BHK Apartment cover about 1295-1749 Sq. Ft. and range in price between 65.1 Lakhs - 78.25 Lakhs Approx.

Project is known to be approved by CMDA. However, I heard of some fiasco associated with this builder in recent times especially regarding the Ashford building in Electronic City, Bangalore which was cancelled and this causes trepidation in me.

Currently the following banks are providing loans for this particular project. Axis Bank, State Bank of India, Indiabulls Housing Finance Ltd, HDFC Home loans

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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 4 years 8 months ago #163

The prices seem to be changing often. Call them one day and visit them after a few days and the sales guys say that the prices have changed.. Over 5 days? Seriously?
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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 4 years 8 months ago #168

They seem to have 1BHK flats available also. I heard that they release it at the end of 2012. Does anyone have any info on that?
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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 4 years 8 months ago #238

Recently been reading a lot of negative reviews about Hiranandani. Check the below link for some review

www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews/Hirana...re-reviews-925597832
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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 4 years 5 months ago #521

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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 2 years 11 months ago #4285

Things have changed since then. These marketers keep posting good reviews for themselves and bad reviews for others. So the solution for this go check yourself the structures are beautiful, I have booked a flat 3 months back and I am pretty happy with my decision. I also learnt on Wikipedia that they are building the tallest building in Chennai

Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_tallest_buildings_in_Chennai

www.houseofhiranandani.com/projects/index.php?id=24
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Hiranandani Upscale,OMR, Chennai, reviews needed. 1 year 1 month ago #8662

Disappointed with Hiranandani OMR Chennai apartment quality and amenities.

The exterior looks good but faced multiple challenges with apartment quality including poor finishing, visible red marks on Italian marble, misaligned walls causing doors not closing properly which had to be rebuild, missing cables, switches not working, and multiple other basic and critical issues. Hiranandani support team was terrible and had to be chased multiple times to get issues resolved.

No corpus fund was provided to building associations. There were serious gaps in building safety aspects including absence of fire extinguishers provision in high rise buildings, fire pumps not working, water pumps in poor condition, intercoms not working, etc. The STP water treatment doesn’t meet government guidelines, and buildings are spending enormous amount on water consumption from lorry water which is a serious risk for residents. There is no provision for water meters and letter boxes. Part of basement parking is right below central podium, which had a leakage issue and the acidic liquid dropping from it ruined so many cars. The facility is built with beauty aspect but not safety and utility.

The garden and club house is retained by builder leaving very little UDS for apartment owners. At the time of agreement, we signed on club house part without understanding the repercussion. It was one sided agreement with it becoming cash cow for builder. We paid one time large membership fees on the name of lifetime membership when purchasing apartment, and are now forced to pay continuously rising yearly maintenance charges for clubhouse which is neither maintained properly nor has adequate safety mechanisms. If you don’t pay this yearly maintenance charges then your lifetime membership fees will be forfeited.

For an investor, it is certainly not a desirable property as we can still get the apartments in this community in same price as it was sold 5 years back. In addition, the builder already charge you high premium at the time of purchase which automatically makes property valuation low compared to other equally standard apartments.
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