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Dipali Golwala Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

Our Research & Development Cell has prepared this under the guidance of Mr. Mukesh M. Patel, MD & Knowledge Worker - Neelkanth Group. It is with his express permission that I'm posting this presentation on this forum.

I could've posted this presentation on the Real Estate Groups' vertical, but it would possibly be interesting for very many people who are interested in knowing just exactly how their homes are becoming costlier by the day.

Please note that the figures shown here do not include some of the amounts required in this trade, like the various system overheads and amounts required to smoothen or speeding the processes. These components actually amount to as much as Rs. 400 - Rs. 600 per sq. ft. depending on the area, the kind of development, and the connections/affiliations.

This is pure construction cost analysis for the residential constructions and does not include the land cost or any legal costs borne thereof.

Hope this proves interesting reading for all not directly related to the industry as well.

Best regards.


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ravsy - Member Since: Jul 2008
dipali i need the print version of above.. as this powerpoint it aint printing...can u mail me at : nanda_shukla2004@yahoo.com thnx

Dipali Golwala - Member Since: Jul 2008
Hi. I’ll get it done by noon today. Are you related to the Real Estate industry as well?

dipsonee - Member Since: Jul 2009
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Originally Posted by Dipali Golwala View Post
Dear All,

Our Research & Development Cell has prepared this under the guidance of Mr. Mukesh M. Patel, MD & Knowledge Worker - Neelkanth Group. It is with his express permission that I'm posting this presentation on this forum.

I could've posted this presentation on the Real Estate Groups' vertical, but it would possibly be interesting for very many people who are interested in knowing just exactly how their homes are becoming costlier by the day.

Please note that the figures shown here do not include some of the amounts required in this trade, like the various system overheads and amounts required to smoothen or speeding the processes. These components actually amount to as much as Rs. 400 - Rs. 600 per sq. ft. depending on the area, the kind of development, and the connections/affiliations.

This is pure construction cost analysis for the residential constructions and does not include the land cost or any legal costs borne thereof.

Hope this proves interesting reading for all not directly related to the industry as well.

Best regards.
Hi Dipali,
This is the first post/information on construction I have come across that is clear to understand and has objectivity.
Could you please advise me on the current trends on costs of building/where I can find information in more detail. I need information on construction for residential purpose in Kandivali east mumbai, including the
legal aspects/fsi etc, and
financial aspects as well(how does one arrange for loan/financial help ) etc
Thanks
dipsonee

sand_hya - Member Since: Mar 2010
hi can you illustrate how psf for RCC etc has been taken bcoz as per DSR the rates are in cu. mt. Or else you have used some other method to arrive at it

cjex - Member Since: May 2010
Dipali, Good presentation ! coudl you let me know the present costing psf for G+20 story, I mean costing as on today. Chetan

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