Enquiry Form



This is where we answer the most common questions prospective customers might have.

You can visit our offices at the project sites or at Fort which is our corporate office to get more details of our projects.

Alternatively, you can contact us on 9699261261 and talk with our customer relations executive to get the pertinent information. We would also be happy to have one of our sales executives visit you as per your convenience.
  • Assurance as we are guided by the Sanghvi legacy of 35 years of trust, quality and timely delivery, and to our credit we have 18,000 apartments sold.
  • Great layout of the projects, holistically designed by leading architects and executed relentlessly
  • Best-in-class outdoor amenities such as sports amenities, clubhouse, etc
  • Best-in-class branded fit-outs such as Jaquar, Godrej, Simpolo, Bajaj, Panasonic, etc
  • Great opportunity for investors – Easy entry and exit with no lock-in period
  • Commitment of timely delivery
  • Decent rate of appreciation on investment
Our projects are approved by major Banks, Housing Finance Companies, Leading Institutions and Microfinance Companies, such as HDFC, BOB, DHFL, Indiabulls, GIC Finance, Several Cooperative banks and leading Microfinance Companies such as HFFC, MHFC, Gruh, Muthoot and Mahindra Finance

Microfinance companies extend loans to salaried and self-employed individuals from the unorganized sector, i.e individuals not filing I.T. returns. Customers can also obtain relevant legal documents from us and submit the same to their preferred financiers.


As per the general permission issued by RBI, an NRI and a Person of Indian Origin (PIO) can purchase any residential or commercial property in India without any specific permission from RBI. However, an NRI is not allowed to buy any agricultural land, plantation property or farmhouse in India without specific permission from RBI.
RBI has given general permission to banks and Housing Finance Companies (HFCs) registered with National Housing bank to grant home loan to NRIs for the purpose of buying residential property in India. As per these guidelines, the loans to be granted to NRIs shall be on the same basis and criteria as those are applicable in case of Indian resident. This would include loan amount eligibility based on the income, tenure of the loan and the extent to which the lenders can finance purchase of residential property by NRIs. It may be noted that these loans shall be given in Indian rupees and shall also be repayable through same mode. It is interesting to note that as per the regulations, the amount of loan cannot be credited directly to bank account of the NRI and thus by implication should only be disbursed to the seller or the builder. In case where the NRI has already paid the consideration, the loan cannot be availed subsequently. The home loan to NRI shall be secured by equitable mortgage of the property which the NRI intends to purchase. The lenders are also allowed to accept any other assets as security in India.
The home loan taken by NRIs from these banks/ housing finance companies can be serviced through various sources. Since the NRI is working outside India, it is always convenient for him to pay the EMI by way of remittances through the banking channels. The loan can also be serviced out of the funds lying in his credit in any of the banking accounts like his NRE account, of his FCNR deposits. Even the home loan taken by him can be repaid out of the funds lying in his NRO account. The RBI even permits the rental incomes received on such property to be used for the purpose of servicing of the EMIs.


Government of India has enacted the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 and all the sections of the Act shall come into force with effect from May 1, 2017. The key objectives of the Act are:

  • Ensuring transparency & efficiency in the real estate sector with regards to sale of plot, apartment, building or real estate project
  • Protecting the interest of consumers in the real estate sector
  • Establishing adjudicating mechanism for speedy dispute redressal
  • Establishing Appellate Tribunal to hear appeals from the decisions, directions or orders of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority

Under this Act, Government of Maharashtra established Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA), vide Notification No. 23 dated 8 March 2017, for regulation and promotion of real estate sector in the State of Maharashtra, with its headquarters at Mumbai.

Consequently, Government of Maharashtra also promulgated the following rules:

  • Maharashtra Real Estate (Regulation and Development)(Registration of Real Estate Projects, Registration of Real Estate Agents, Rates of Interest and Disclosures on Website) Rules, 2017
  • Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority, Officers and Employees (Appointment and Service Conditions) Rules, 2017
  • Maharashtra Real Estate (Regulation and Development) (Recovery of Interest, Penalty, Compensation, Fine Payable, Forms of Complaints and Appeal, etc.) Rules, 2017
  • Maharashtra Real Estate Appellate Tribunal, Officers and Employees (Appointment and Service Conditions) Rules, 2017
  • Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Form of Annual Statement of Accounts and Annual Report ) Rules, 2017
  • MahaRERA has notified the following Regulations and Orders:
    • The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (General) Regulations, 2017
    • The Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Recruitment and Conditions of Service of Employees) Regulation, 2017
    • Charges for accessing MahaRERA web-based application for registration of project and real estate agents, extension of registration for projects and real estate agents including updating website, database management and maintenance under regulation 48 of the MahaRERA General Regulations, 2017

Maha RERA is headquartered at Mumbai.