Residential Plot / Land for sale in Mangaon, Raigad

19 lakhs
Double your money (tax free from govt) in 1 year

Double your money (tax free from govt) in 1 year

Vile Bhagad MIDC, Mangaon, Raigad (Maharashtra)

  • Area: 1 Acres
  • Price: 1,900,000
  • Rate: 19 lakhs per Acre -80%

Description

Our company is having land in vile bhagad MIDC in Mangaon which is located on Mumbai Goa Highway. Our Land is being acquired by government for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor. Government is acquiring 27,000 hectors of land for setting up steel manufacturing hub for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor and paying Rs. 18.40 lacs per acre to land owners. Government has already acquired land for 1st phase and paid the land owners and now 2nd phase acquisition has been started by government. We have more than 200 acres of land which is being acquired by government and we want to sell some part of our land as distress sale we require funds to complete residential projects of our company. We are selling land at Rs 7 lacs per acre to client. The client can sell the land to Government for Rs 18.40 (tax free) within period of one year. We have another option where we can also buy back the land from client at double the rate at which he has purchased it from us after one year and than we will sell it to MIDC. To find location type Vile Bhagad MIDC in google maps. You can get details of land acquisition by government by typing in google search Land acquisition for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor in Raigad district. This offer is for limited period of few days. Please find attached list of villages in which land is being acquired by government.

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Price Trends Mangaon, Raigad

Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Mangaon, Raigad

This property is priced approximately -80% under the average for an Residential Plots / Lands for sale in Mangaon, Raigad (Rs.11849177/Acres)
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Locality Reviews Mangaon, Raigad

Mangaon has two Lane Highway to a Four Lane, almost 60% work is over from Mumbai- Indapur. Work has already been commenced for the four Lane Indapur – Sawantwadi. RAIL: The sanction of CST to Roha - Local Rail connect from Mumbai would be extended to Mangaon & Mahad by 2019. CIDCO: Has expanded their territory upto 25 km from New International Airport Mumbai Trans Harbor Link from Sewri to Nawa Shewa likely to start by End of 2015, CM- Fadnavis, After this development travelling time between South Mumbai to Mangaon would be Only 1.5 Hrs (approx) Drive. Mumbai - Mangaon by road from Sion is 140 km and takes 3 hrs Mumbai - Mangaon by railway from Panvel takes 2 hrs Pune - Mangaon by road is 115 km and takes 2 hrs 45 minutes 7 Nodes being developed in Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) Phase 1 in India. One of the node is in Mangaon (Dighi Port Industrial Area). Total area covered in Mangaon, Tala and Roha tahasil is 67,500 acres ,and this area across 253 Sq.Km. New integrated industrial and township enclave. Three major industrial clusters Engineering, Heavy Industry and Food Processing Park. Smaller, mixed-use centers in between. Plots in Industrial Zones (plots identified by MIDC for Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor) 67,500 acres land has been identified for DMIC. Government is in the process of acquiring 10,000 acres of land of Phase I and government's rate is Rs. 18.4 lakh per acre. Plots Available in Industrial Zones (identified by MIDC) with the following rates - Rate for Phase I – Rs. 12 to 13 lakh per acre Rate for Phase II – Rs. 7 to 10 lakh per acre Land for Phase III has been identified, but there is no marking on the land records yet. Rate for Phase III - Rs. 4 to 6 lakh per acre

Pros:
  • Central Location
  • Good connectivity
  • Industrial Area

Mangaon is the fast growing city , located at Mumbai -Goa national highway ,many industry situated around Mangaon, is the center of Raigad district.

Pros:
  • Well Planned Area
Posted: by Sanjay Tambe