FAQ

  • Why invest with us?

    Real estate in India has a huge market potential. India is one of the largest economies in the world and has the third largest GDP in the entire continent of Asia. The expected size of organized Indian real estate sector by 2010 is USD 45-50 billion with a potential to touch USD 90 billion in 10 years. Pioneer Urban Land and Infrastructure Ltd. has been growing with the industry for the last two decades having carved a niche for itself through the path breaking projects in the country. So, here's why you should invest and prosper with us:

    • We have a leading edge of twenty five years of experience in developing premium estates in NCR like GC Grand, GC Centrum, GC Emerald heights, to name a few.
    • Transparency and customer satisfaction are the foundations that guide Gulshan Homz. So you can sit back and relax while investing with us as we take every step to ensure the safety of your investment through our impeccable quality of construction, customer satisfaction and delivery.
  • Are you CREDAI member?

    Yes

  • How many projects you have delivered till now?

    Three residential naming GC Centrum, GC Emerald Heights, GC Grand

    Two commercial naming GC Shoppick, GC grandstreet

  • What are the common amenities offered?

    State – of – the art club, gym, kids lounge, jogging track, green surroundings and much more.

  • Which are the financial institutions associated with you?

    ICICI, HDFC, IDBI, Axis Bank, LIC Housing finance and many more leading banks.

  • What is meant by Built-up area, Super-Built-up area and Carpet Area?

    Carpet Area: This is the area of the apartment/building that does not include the area of the walls. Built-Up Area: This is the area of the apartment/building including the area of the walls. Super Built-Up Area: This includes the Built-Up Area along with the area under common spaces such as the lobby, lifts, stairs etc. This term is therefore only applicable for multi-dwelling units.

  • What is khata?

    A Khata is an account of assessment of a property, recording details about the property such as size, location, built up area and so on for the purpose of payment of property tax. It is also a kind of identification of the person who is primarily liable for payment of property tax. It is one of the required documents in case you require a building licence, trade licence or loan from banks or any other financial institutions.

  • What is the difference between khata and Title Deed?

    A khata is an account of assessment of a property for the payment of tax. The khata does not confer ownership. However, the title deed is the document through which a person derives a title or ownership of the said property.

  • What is the amount of down payment necessary to buy a house?

    Usually, a down payment of 10% of basic cost is required for booking a house.

  • Can the properties (residential/commercial) be given on rent if not required for immediate use?

    Yes

  • What Is The Loan Amount Which Can Be Sanctioned?

    HFCs sanction loan amounts is based on eligibility depending upon your repayment capacity (which takes into account your age, qualifications, assets, liabilities, stability of occupation, savings history) and according to your income. The maximum loan that can be sanctioned varies with housing finance companies and the generally, the maximum loan amount is 80% of the cost of your home.

  • On what basis is the payment schedule determined?

    Payment schedule is normally connected to the construction schedule. However, for ready-to- move- in flats, company requires the remaining 90% of down payment (10% is the booking amount) within the 30 days of booking.

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