Real Estate Expo 2011

Imperial Court – Sanepa Height
The Real Estate Housing Expo 2011 recently took place in Bhrikutimandap. There were many housing companies decked with their stalls accompanied by model blocks of their homes or apartments. Apartments have surely become much more affordable with some starting from as little as Nrs 30 lakhs for 2 bedroom whilst they can rise up to 1 crore plus. Most of these developments seem to be taking place in far corners of Lalitpur or Bhaktapur with little activity in Kathmandu. Let me correct myself there, most of the projects in Kathmandu are all sold out and even these upcoming/under construction projects are quickly selling.

Out of the housing colony bunch I really liked CG Hills which is a new colony that is to be built in Hattigaunda. Perfect location as well. Their homes start from 1 Crore 25 Lakhs and go up to nearly 2 crores. When buying apartments I think one question you need to ask is regarding fire safety, what right you have when it come’s to doing more to your apartment in terms of changing the building work and inquiring about what comes with the apartment when finished. For more on apartments and homes then is your source.

PS. Its not a scam, most of these apartments ARE under construction with some already completed and have you ever thought about the mess that will be made when an earthquake hits. Oww!!

Comfort Housing – Thaiba
Comfort Housing – Panipokhari (COMPLETED)
Comfort Housing – Sitapaila (COMPLETED)

SunCity Apartments – Bhaktapur

Civil Homes – NEWEST Phase
CG Hills Home
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  1. i wonder if these apartments are worth building.. i mean i don’t know if the half of the population can actually afford it..i hate to see the tall buildings everywhere.. homes were reasonable but these tall large apartments?

  2. I hope they can deal with earthquakes…If they do, then its a good way of phasing out the old housing system vulnerable to earthquakes…

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