Luxury Housing: Houses worth Rs 7200 crores were sold in just 3 days, NRIs also spent a lot of money

Luxury Housing: Houses worth Rs 7200 crores were sold in just 3 days, NRIs also spent a lot of money

Housing Sale: The demand for luxury homes and villas in the country is increasing rapidly. This was seen in Gurugram, where people took up a luxury housing project and all the houses were sold in just three hours. This project was completely sold out in the pre-launch phase itself. People bought houses worth Rs 7200 crore in just 3 days. The interesting thing is that NRIs have also invested a lot of money in this project of Gurugram. 

DLF had presented this project 

This The project was presented by real estate sector company DLF. This project located in Gurugram was sold within 3 days of pre-launch. The company benefited greatly from the tremendous demand in the housing sector. DLF has sold 1,113 luxury apartments worth Rs 7,200 crore in this project. 

Information given to the stock exchange 

The company sent the information to the stock exchange. It was informed in the information that in Gurugram it has launched its new luxury residential project ‘DLF Privana South’ Before its formal launch, flats worth Rs 7,200 crore have been sold. In March last year, DLF had sold 1,137 luxury flats for more than Rs 8,000 crore in three days. Their price was seven crore rupees and more. DLF launches new project ‘DLF Privana South’ Launched with the name. It is spread over 25 acres in Sector 76 and 77 of Gurugram. DLF said that in the pre-launch phase of this project, all the apartments have been sold within 72 hours.

There will be four BHK apartments and penthouses 

< p>According to Moneycontrol report, this project will have 1,113 luxury houses in 7 towers. These include 4 BHK apartments and penthouses. Akash Ohri, Joint Managing Director and Chief Business Officer, DLF Home Developers Limited, said that the rapid sale of all the flats in the pre-launch sale shows that the demand for DLF's luxury housing projects is increasing. To prevent bulk booking, each buyer was allotted just one unit and a booking amount of Rs 50 lakh, whereas the industry standard is Rs 10 lakh. But, we took more money. About 25 percent of the sales came through NRIs. 

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