Sunday, May 24, 2009

Tata Shubh Griha, Nano Homes between Rs 3.9 to Rs 6.7 lakh at Boisar Mumbai, last date for the submission of the application form - May 28, 2009

Where is Boisar?

Boisar is located 45 kilometers north of Virar and 102 kilometers from Churchgate, on the Western Railway line of Mumbai Suburban Railway.

To reach Boisar, one can catch Shuttle/MEMU trains from Virar.

Have a look at Mumbai Suburban Rail Network Map.

Long Distance trains also stop.

By Road, it can be reached from National Highway NH-8, 22 kilometres (14 mi) off from Chilhar Phata.

There are regular state transport buses from Palghar, Thane, Bhiwandi and Wada. Read More

Tata Shubh Griha is conveniently located within 5 mins of Boisar railway station & MIDC.


Bookings will be accepted till May 28 along with the initial booking amount of Rs 10,000 through a bank pay-order at:

1) Tata Housing Regional Office

City Ice Building,
2A, 2nd floor,
298, Perin Nariman Street,
Fort, Mumbai 400 001
Tel: 022 - 6661 4500

2) Shubh Griha

Site Office
Near Tarapur Industrial Area (MIDC), Boisar.

Email:
shubhgriha@tatahousing.com
Website:
www.shubhgriha.com
www.tatahousing.com

Home loans for Shubh Griha:

Tata Housing Development Company has partnered with Micro Housing Finance Corporation (MHFC) to provide easy housing finance to the lower income group for Shubh Griha.

MHFC has set up a stall at Shubh Griha site at Boisar in order to assist consumers in the procedure.

The MHFC loans will be long-term micro mortgages for need-based housing.

MHFC would be flexible in its documentation requirements and will make its interest rates affordable.
Business Standard

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4 comments:

  1. Think twice before purchasing any property in this project. The location of this property is 3 km from the station with no straight road.
    The locality is still beyond development.
    Boisar is highly polluted.
    It is better to go for Virar than to invest in Boisar for following reasons-
    1. To approach MIDC from TATA shubh grih u need to spend Rs20 per day whereas with a monthly pass from Virar will cost u very less.
    2. You can access Mumbai, Panvel and Boisar from Virar.
    3. Virar is not having any industry so no pollution.
    4. Virar is far more developed than Boisar.
    5. With HDIL and MMRDA's project in pipeline it is always a better bet to go for Virar.
    6. TATA is not here for any social service. What you are getting is a very costly returns for your money.
    7. TATA has advertised its project as Nano homes in Mumbai which is very misleading and resulted in intial crazy bookings.
    8. Now the agents are running after people with huge discounts.
    9. People who are residing in Boisar are valuing the property as unrealistic.

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  2. Rubbish!! Boisar flats have been nearly sold out and are selling for a 50% premium....the above comment is from a person who has a vested interest in Virar property and is promoting as such.

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  3. Whoever who has posted the first comment just read this. As you told that virar do not have any industries then how come it became devloped??? One who lives in a place wants that his office should not be far away from his home. In that case virar do not have much industrial devlopment and Boisar has over 1500 Industrial Units.
    And who told boisar is polluted? The MIDC here has several gardens in between the Industries and more number of trains stop on Boisar than Virar. And due to presence of Gram Panchayat in such a city makes it more affordable than Virar

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