Moving to Gurgaon- Need suggestions

#1 Oct 5th, 2015, 13:52
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Hi folks
we are relocating to Gurgaon . my work area will be BPTP crest in Udyog Vihar (near passport office , i believe). I have 2 kids and wife is a homemaker

I am looking for advise on societies I should search for 2 BHK furnished homes, keeping in view commute to office and kids day-care/education.
Budget is 25-35K per month.
Looking for society with all amenities, kids are so used to pool here.
appreciate your quick response, its kind of urgent shifting.


mod note: Urgent is a word used on IM for emergencies. Post re titled.
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2BHK furnished apartment complex with a swimming pool for 35K would be a stretch. You'd have to go to GGN and then take an excursion with a competent real estate agent. Have your company arrange it through the HR.
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Thanks mate.
even a Semi furnished will do, I am really looking for area to concentrate on. If you can help me zero in on areas/properties, I can start my excursion soon.
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Originally Posted by wild wings View Post Thanks mate.
even a Semi furnished will do, I am really looking for area to concentrate on. If you can help me zero in on areas/properties, I can start my excursion soon.
I dont live in GGN, I do visit it annually Your office is on the otherside of the Highway. Look at your commute radius and decide. I'll let local GGN residents in this site respond with more specifics.
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Originally Posted by nycank View Post I dont live in GGN, I do visit it annually Your office is on the otherside of the Highway. Look at your commute radius and decide. I'll let local GGN residents in this site respond with more specifics.
Thanks - No probelm
Lets wait on others
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This isnt a real estate forum so getting hold of an agent is a better bet. Use 99acres / magicbricks / housing (all dot com) to search for a property. For advise you may try IREF. I'd go with #2's advise.
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Originally Posted by vaibhav_arora View Post This isnt a real estate forum so getting hold of an agent is a better bet. Use 99acres / magicbricks / housing (all dot com) to search for a property. For advise you my try IREF. I'd go with #2's advise.
Vaibhav- I am really not asking help in getting a deal. I am asking for areas to look for - based on suggestions, I would use portal as mentioned by you. Hope you appreciate the dilemma of someone moving first time.
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Going by your post history, you're not moving for the first time. Good luck with the move.
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Does that matter? Either you help or ignore.
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You said first -

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Originally Posted by wild wings View Post Hope you appreciate the dilemma of someone moving first time.
and when I called you out that you're clearly not moving the first time, you said -

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Originally Posted by wild wings View Post Does that matter? Either you help or ignore.
You've been adviced earlier with good intentions in my previous post and by nycank. If you dont like that advice then that's fine. But please don't lie about your situation. It's not going to help you in asking for advice.
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Originally Posted by vaibhav_arora View Post You said first -



and when I called you out that you're clearly not moving the first time, you said -

Moving to Delhi-

You've been adviced earlier with good intentions in my previous post and by nycank. If you dont like that advice then that's fine. But please don't lie about your situation. It's not going to help you in asking for advice.
What situation??
and previous poster did offer help in a nicer manner saying he doesn't live there.
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Originally Posted by wild wings View Post What situation??
This one, which you just posted above. It's not true.

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