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Prithu’s Customer Stories – The Goels (Turnkey Vs Plot Collaboration)


Since we’re in East Delhi I think we must have visited almost all the, known or, so called unknown builders around here. But collaboration was not a very comfortable option for us. From day one. We did not want to part with, you know, a floor, a part of our property. It’s an ancestral property. So, we were like, we were visiting people. We were visiting collaborators, halfheartedly, and we were hoping like you know, if we could If there was some other was out of it. Self financed, self managed. So, in that case, in collaboration, you know, the thing is This is our personal opinion. You’re parting with the privacy, as well as a portion of your rights, land rights. So, we were not too comfortable in that. The downside is, you don’t know what kind of person is going to take that floor, who is going to be (living there). That is the major (downside). Plus, according to me it no longer exists as a home. It makes it more like a flat kind of a system. At the end of the day you get a building, not a house. So like the way we’re staying now, at a rented place, this is a building, we don’t know who’s upstairs, who’s downstairs So we wanted that feel of home, or a house, to stay intact, for as long as we can.

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