Social Impact


Majority of our customers are from the income group (less than INR 25,000 per month) and they are in real need of houses.

One of the positive outcomes of these projects has been creation of quality rental stock for the low-income customer.

Small formats (like 1 RKs) and small homes (compact 1 BHKs/2BHKs) increase the affordability for low-income customers.

Earlier Housing and now: Most owners lived earlier in rented houses and are first-time home buyers, thus getting a house of their own is an experience of pride for them.

Earlier Housing and now: Most owners lived earlier in rented houses and are first-time home buyers, thus getting a house of their own is an experience of pride for them.

Most customers use savings to make the down payment but almost 25% of them borrow informally as well; many customers depend on the developer’s recommendation in selecting a source for the loan.


Customer are satisfied with following facilities:

  • Improved living conditions – open spaces in and around the site, natural light and good ventilation and attached toilets and bathrooms
  • Good neighbourhood – ‘gated complex’ gave a sense of security to most owners and also meant a secure environment for their children to play. Quality of neighbours(and hence good environment for their children to grow up in) was also appreciated by the customers
  • Larger unit sizes – for most customers, the new home was larger or had lesser number of occupants and hence a larger per capita living space for them
  • Improved utilities – 24/7 water supply in the new house was a big improvement over the previous housing of these customers

  • Customers are reliant on public transportation; therefore, ensuring nearby markets, schools, hospitals, and public transportation is necessary and so we execute the project in such locations where all facilities are available.

    Low-income housing finance has enabled customers to build an important asset that will reduce their expenses in the longer term and can shield them from financial shocks or emergencies in future.

    The delay in delivery (and hence possession) can impact customers on numerous fronts – finances, planning for children’s education and other unforeseen circumstances.

    Customers are aware of construction progress-linked payments, loan terms like EMI amounts, fixed/floating rate, pre-EMI, and pre-payment procedure and conditions. We educate them well before hand so that there is no confusion further.

  • Name: Sailesh Fadke
  • Occupation: Electric Assembling Work
  • Flat: H-203, Type: 1BHK
  • Price: 9,34,580/-
  • Name: Nirmala G Saharkar
  • Occupation: Tailoring & Stiching
  • Flat: H-205, Type:1RK
  • Price: 6,73,750/-
  • NaOccupation: Tailoring/Stiching & Embriodery
  • Shop: C-102, Type 1BHK
  • Price: 910080/-
  • me: Vikram & Daxsha Gohel
  • Name: Hariram Gupta
  • Occupation: Shop Owner
  • Shop: 001
  • Price: 8,95,500/-
  • Name: Bhavik Amrutrao Patare
  • Occupation : Tailor Work
  • Flat: F-006, Type: 1 RK
  • Price: 3,28,750/-
  • Name: Devendra Tank
  • Occupation : Reception Job
  • Flat: F-310, Type: 1 RK
  • Price: 3,93,279/-
  • Name: Bhaskar Patil
  • Occupation: Shop Owner
  • Shop: B-001
  • Price: 7,66,500/-
  • Name: pramod Rathod
  • Occupation: Rikshaw Driver
  • Flat: G-308, Type:1BHK
  • Price: 9,50,545/-