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Monsoon season: A litmus test for real estate developers

Posted by Admin on January 28, 2022

Though monsoon season is eagerly awaited by the countrymen, it brings with it a bouquet of challenges, especially in front of real estate developers involved in the construction of large scale projects. Be it logistical challenges or safety and protection of the already constructed premises, the season tests a structure for its durability.

The mighty Indian monsoon is a litmus test for the builders. The downpour of monsoon exposes the structure to all kind of pressure test – design, structural capability, quality of materials used, efficiency and most of all the commitment of the builder towards its customers and residents.

A home purchase is a complex affair involving hours of discussion, deliberation, analysis, exploring, verifying, peer opinions, video reviews and more. Lured by discounts, what many forget during this purchase decision cycle is, will it whether the weather?

Every monsoon is followed by buyer’s remorse, post-purchase dissonance, media coverage of distressed residents complaining to the authorities of waterlogging, flooding in basements and similar woes. Dwarka Expressway near Gurgaon is the usual suspect every monsoon.

Monsoon precedes the festive season, but the spirit gets dampened with flooded basements, landscapes caving in, slippery flooring, uncovered porches, dimly lit common areas, stinky water bodies, mosquito breeding areas, elderly slipping, etc.

In return for investing their life’s saving, people are left with excuses and apologies.

The magical monsoon turns into a tragical monsoon. Romance is replaced with repentance, even more so in these times of COVID-19, when we spend most of our time inside our homes. While the fourth estate is covering such unpleasant visuals of condominiums and city infrastructure collapsing, a balanced viewpoint also requires covering the stars in this Agnipariksha by water.

Torrential rains in NCR is an annual phenomenon, and there are areas where meticulous planning and management has ensured that life is unaffected. Our residents enjoy monsoon in its entire glory. The feeling of Goa breeze caressing their faces as they stroll in the manicured lawns. The surreal experience of the fresh air, as though from the mountains. Watching the rains from the altitude of their high-rise balconies with hot tea and hot pakodas is a fulfilling experience. 

Conclusively, selecting a home to spend the rest of your lives must be a careful and cautious exercise. There is no point in spending the hard money on a substandard project not worth residing in.

Disclaimer: All the relevant phases of the projects of Experion Developers Pvt. Ltd. Have been registered with RERA. This is for information purposes only and does not constitute any offer or contract. Concepts alluded herein are subjective. The sale is subject to the terms of Booking Application and Agreement For Sale. Windchants: RERA Regn. for PH 1 not applicable. PH 2 Regn. No. 64 of 2017 and PH 3 Regn. No. 73 of 2017. Experion herein is only marketing apartments situated in PH 1, PH 2 and PH 3 of the Windchants Project, for which occupation certificate is already obtained. Project website: www.windchants.in.| The Heartsong: RERA Regn. for PH 1, PH 2 & PH 3 not applicable. PH 4 Regn. No. 306 of 2017, PH 5 Regn. No. 113 of 2017 and PH 6 Regn. No. 54 of 2019. Project website: www.theheartsong.in.| The Westerlies: RERA Regn. for PH 1 is not applicable and part completion certificate is obtained for the same, herein Experion is marketing only the plots situated in PH 1 of the Westerlies. Project website: www.thewesterlies.in. RERA website: www.haryanarera.gov.in. For more information please contact our corporate office.