Developers should always work for customers’ delight: Aditya Gupta
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 07 Mar 2017 10:08:56|
By Praveen Vighre,
REAL estate market, which was now looking up after a slowdown, had also changed new parameters of buying and customers’ satisfaction, said Aditya Gupta, Director of Leverage Group. He was speaking to The Hitavada, in an exclusive interview. “People do not easily trust builders, it takes time to win the heart and confidence of customers. At present, the buyers are the end users from the middle and lower middle income groups. Parameters of customers selecting the dream home are also changed now,” Gupta said.
As a chartered accountant, Gupta had developed more interest in construction rather than accountancy. His Group has constructed over 7 lakh square feet area with more than 10 successful schemes. “My father Umesh Gupta is my role model and Vivek Agrawal, an MBA from UK is my partner,” Gupta informed. Adding further, he said, “Real estate market has now become more transparent. Prime Minister Aawas Yojana (PMAY) has given a boost to the sector.”
The Group’s new project Leverage Green Park is a dedicated project of affordable housing, off Koradi Road. “Our 2BHK flats in the scheme is between Rs 32 lakh and Rs 33 lakh,” he said. Proudly pointing out the amenities in his township he said, “We are working for customers’ delight. We have completed indoor summing pool, gym, table tennis, pool table, six-room well furnished guest house, landscape garden, internal roads and many more than what we have promised to our customers while booking.” He also noted that after demonetisation, black money was out of the market and demand had started increasing. Customers looked for good location, with proper amenities that too within his budget. The one who had earned goodwill and trust would attract customers for his township. “We bank on our goodwill, timely deliverance with quality construction and customers’ delight, which has now become a more important factor. We are the first successful player on the Koradi Road,” Gupta proudly said.
He also noted that Koradi Road had now becoming a preferred area with the development of four-lane overbridge and roads. His township had its own dedicated STP, rain water harvesting system and a single gated township with 24-hour security.