Understanding Buyer’s Psyche Is Crucial
Subodh Runwal, Director Runwal Group states that with the advancement in technology, Runwal Group has extended its arms in all aspects and has noticed almost a 3-fold increase in manpower.
What have been the significant transformation in the company?
One of the most transformation has been the enhancement of the delivery scale with the completion and handover of the 20 acres Runwal Greens project in Mulund. We have stayed cutting edge with large scale systems automations that has maximized our potential and readiness for innovations. We have moved on to enterprise level platforms such as SAP and Salesforce that will translate into flexibility and speed. The Group has launched two extremely successful new projects in Mulund and Dombivli.
What is the novel initiative by the company?
Runwal Group recently launched a large integrated township project in Dombivli with very affordably priced homes and a renowned school, high street retail with a 10 lakh sqft world-class shopping mall, office spaces and a multi-speciality hospital within its premises. This integrated township will have huge green open spaces with a central park of approx 11 acres and 14 gardens within the campus.
We provide Cricket Education Program (CEP) developed, designed and validated by Cricket Australia (CA) across our projects. Both at Runwal Bliss and Runwal Forests, we have retained or planted several trees, created green vistas, water bodies and traffic free podium gardens to promote green living. We have also ramped up our customer care, providing them an automated platform to for better redressal of issues.
What is your advice to the homebuyers?
Consumers should invest in projects which are backed by trusted developers with a strong track record of delivery, financial stability and transparent transactions. Real Estate is still a great investment option provided the selection of project is done judiciously, considering its location, quality and the lifestyle a project offers..
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