Hiranandani offers incentives on Bangalore projects at Devanahalli, Bannerghatta


House of Hiranandani, a real estate player in India, has come up with special offers on its Bangalore properties located in Banerghatta and Devanahalli.

It is waiving floor-rise charges at the Banerghatta project and offering lenient financing schemes for its cottages at Devanahalli.

“Customers will not have to pay any floor rise for higher floors. The offer provides scope for capital appreciation to the buyers from the day of booking as they stand to save up to 7% on the total cost of the house,” House of Hiranandani said.

“This lucrative arrangement is valid on two of the most opulent towers of the project – Hill Crest and Club Meadows. Both these towers are masterpieces that are designed to provide residents a blissful living experience.”

Hill Crest comprises 3 BHK apartments with sports and recreational facilities, while Club Meadows is targeted at nuclear and large families. It offers scenic views alongside magnificent landscaping, according to the developer.

Hiranandani also introduced a 20:10:70 scheme for its cottages at Devanahalli.

Under the scheme, customers will have to make an upfront payment of 20% of the total cost, 10% within six months of booking and rest 70% at the time of possession.

“They will not be required to make any monthly installments or interest till the time of possession. This will result in significant savings on the interest cost as they will start paying equated monthly installments only after moving in to their dream cottage,” it said.

Commenting on the launch of the offer, Mr. Prashant Mirkar, GM-Marketing, House of Hiranandani said, “These projects are vastly promising with an amalgamation of elements akin to luxury, comfort, technology, supreme quality construction and splendid architecture. Through these offers we look forward to providing prospective customers an opportunity that will enable them to acquire a home purging any desire to look for more.”

There is no tie-up with any financial institution for either of the schemes and the company will use internal accruals to fund the project.