Project Details

Project Detail

 
Genral Info
Addresss : udaipur, Lower Subansiri district
Launched Date : 2015-04-14
Total Units : 1200
Availability : Yes
Project Category : Residential
Sub Category : Row House
Project Status : Under Construction
Possession Date : 2015-04-22
Size : 152450
Build Up Area : 12450
Carpet Area : 12450
Land Area : 12600
Location Detail
Country : India
State : Arunachal Pradesh
Location : Lower Subansiri district
Address : udaipur
Power Backup Lift Security GYM Water Storage Reserve Parking Maintenance Staff Park
Land Mark Detail
Nearest Hospital : NKM
Nearest Airport : NKM
Nearest Railway Station : NKM
Nearest College : NKM
Nearest Hospital Distance : NKM KM
Nearest Airport Distance : NKM KM
Nearest Railway Station Distance : NKM KM
Nearest College Distance : NKM KM
Type Sizes Basic Sale Price Floor Plans
3BHK 300 254000 View Floor Plan

Remove all the prior tenants\' personal possessions and trash after you have legal possession of the unit. If the unit was abandoned with furniture, clothing, or personal belongings, you must abide by any applicable state statute for removal.\r\n\r\nCheck all plumbing (toilets, faucets, and pipes) for proper operation. The faucets should have the proper pressure, and the sinks and toilets should drain adequately. Make sure that nothing leaks, including no moisture or drips under the sink. Change out old angle stops and install leak-resistant supply lines. If you\'re paying the water bill, this is a good time to change the ball cock assembly in the toilet tank; doing so may cut your costs by as much as 50 percent.\r\n\r\nTest all appliances for proper operation. Try out all the appliances and run the dishwasher through a full cycle. Verify that the oven\'s drip pan, broiler pan, and racks are there. If you have a free-standing range, check that the anti-tip bracket is properly in place.\r\n\r\nExamine all hardware. Confirm that the locks have been changed or rekeyed and are operational. Pay attention to all latches and catches, doorknobs and pulls, doorstops, and sliding doors.\r\n\r\nTest all windows, insect screens, and window coverings. They should be clean, unbroken, weatherproof, secure, and properly operational. All window locks should work as well.\r\n\r\nCheck all walls, ceilings, and baseboards. The paint and/or wall coverings should provide proper coverage, without holes, cuts, scratches, nails, or bad seams. Look for signs of water intrusion and investigate and correct the cause of any such conditions.\r\n\r\nInspect all floor coverings. They should be clean and in good condition. The flooring should be properly installed, with no bad seams.\r\n\r\nCheck bathrooms. Thoroughly clean the toilet, tub, shower, sink, mirrors, and cabinets. Make sure the toilet paper holder and towel bars are clean and secure. Put a paper sanitary ring around each toilet seat and a new roll of toilet paper in each bathroom. Look under sinks for moisture and address any noted problems.

Remove all the prior tenants\' personal possessions and trash after you have legal possession of the unit. If the unit was abandoned with furniture, clothing, or personal belongings, you must abide by any applicable state statute for removal.\r\n\r\nCheck all plumbing (toilets, faucets, and pipes) for proper operation. The faucets should have the proper pressure, and the sinks and toilets should drain adequately. Make sure that nothing leaks, including no moisture or drips under the sink. Change out old angle stops and install leak-resistant supply lines. If you\'re paying the water bill, this is a good time to change the ball cock assembly in the toilet tank; doing so may cut your costs by as much as 50 percent.\r\n\r\nTest all appliances for proper operation. Try out all the appliances and run the dishwasher through a full cycle. Verify that the oven\'s drip pan, broiler pan, and racks are there. If you have a free-standing range, check that the anti-tip bracket is properly in place.\r\n\r\nExamine all hardware. Confirm that the locks have been changed or rekeyed and are operational. Pay attention to all latches and catches, doorknobs and pulls, doorstops, and sliding doors.\r\n\r\nTest all windows, insect screens, and window coverings. They should be clean, unbroken, weatherproof, secure, and properly operational. All window locks should work as well.\r\n\r\nCheck all walls, ceilings, and baseboards. The paint and/or wall coverings should provide proper coverage, without holes, cuts, scratches, nails, or bad seams. Look for signs of water intrusion and investigate and correct the cause of any such conditions.\r\n\r\nInspect all floor coverings. They should be clean and in good condition. The flooring should be properly installed, with no bad seams.\r\n\r\nCheck bathrooms. Thoroughly clean the toilet, tub, shower, sink, mirrors, and cabinets. Make sure the toilet paper holder and towel bars are clean and secure. Put a paper sanitary ring around each toilet seat and a new roll of toilet paper in each bathroom. Look under sinks for moisture and address any noted problems.

Remove all the prior tenants\' personal possessions and trash after you have legal possession of the unit. If the unit was abandoned with furniture, clothing, or personal belongings, you must abide by any applicable state statute for removal.\r\n\r\nCheck all plumbing (toilets, faucets, and pipes) for proper operation. The faucets should have the proper pressure, and the sinks and toilets should drain adequately. Make sure that nothing leaks, including no moisture or drips under the sink. Change out old angle stops and install leak-resistant supply lines. If you\'re paying the water bill, this is a good time to change the ball cock assembly in the toilet tank; doing so may cut your costs by as much as 50 percent.\r\n\r\nTest all appliances for proper operation. Try out all the appliances and run the dishwasher through a full cycle. Verify that the oven\'s drip pan, broiler pan, and racks are there. If you have a free-standing range, check that the anti-tip bracket is properly in place.\r\n\r\nExamine all hardware. Confirm that the locks have been changed or rekeyed and are operational. Pay attention to all latches and catches, doorknobs and pulls, doorstops, and sliding doors.\r\n\r\nTest all windows, insect screens, and window coverings. They should be clean, unbroken, weatherproof, secure, and properly operational. All window locks should work as well.\r\n\r\nCheck all walls, ceilings, and baseboards. The paint and/or wall coverings should provide proper coverage, without holes, cuts, scratches, nails, or bad seams. Look for signs of water intrusion and investigate and correct the cause of any such conditions.\r\n\r\nInspect all floor coverings. They should be clean and in good condition. The flooring should be properly installed, with no bad seams.\r\n\r\nCheck bathrooms. Thoroughly clean the toilet, tub, shower, sink, mirrors, and cabinets. Make sure the toilet paper holder and towel bars are clean and secure. Put a paper sanitary ring around each toilet seat and a new roll of toilet paper in each bathroom. Look under sinks for moisture and address any noted problems.

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