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  • Office Spaces in Mumbai under 50k At Jagaha.com, you will find a slew of properties for every budget. This blog will feature four great options for office spaces in Mumbai under 50k. All prices are negotiable and if any of these properties suit your requirement, please submit an inquiry on the property page and our location experts will call you right back. Office Space for Rent in Chinchpokli Carpet (Usable) Area: 128 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Unfurnished Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://jagaha.com/Property/60797_Office-Space-for-Rent-in-Chinchpokli-128-sq-ft Office Space for Rent in Thane West Carpet (Usable) Area: 80 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Unfurnished Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://jagaha.com/Property/47714_Office-Space-for-Rent-in-Thane-West-80-sq-ft Office Space for Rent in Malad West Carpet (Usable) Area: 900 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Unfurnished Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://jagaha.com/Property/60379_Office-Space-for-Rent-in-Malad-West–900-sq-ft Goregaon East Office Space for Rent Carpet (Usable) Area: 450 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Unfurnished Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://jagaha.com/Property/47367_Goregaon-East-Office-Space-for-Rent-450-sq-ft [more]
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  • Want A Furnished Office for Rent in Andheri? Featuring brilliantly furnished offices for rent in Andheri which have been recently listed with us at Jagaha.com! These offices are located in buildings with great amenities and if this suits your requirement, submit an inquiry on the property page below or give us a call at 9029000670 and our location expert will call you back. If you have stumbled upon this blog and you are looking for another type of commercial property, whether shops for rent in Colaba or restaurants for rent in Thane, we have it all under one roof, only at Jagaha.com Office Space for Rent in Andheri West Carpet (Usable) Area: 240 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Furnished with one workstation Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://www.jagaha.com/Property/60590_Office–Space–for–Rent–in–Andheri–West-240-sq–ft Office Space for Rent in Andheri West Carpet (Usable) Area: 550 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Furnished with ten work stations reception and three cabins Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://www.jagaha.com/Property/60646_Office-Space-for-Rent-in-Andheri-West-550-sq-ft Office Space for Rent in Andheri East Carpet (Usable) Area: 4,280 Sq. Ft. Property Type: Office Spaces Furnished: Furnished with fifty-two workstations, two cabins, one conference room, a pantry, and a reception Submit an inquiry on this property page: https://www.jagaha.com/Property/60642_Office–Space–for–Rent–in–Andheri–East–4,280–sq–ft [more]
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  • Review of Maker Maxity, BKC, Mumbai Having worked in two buildings in Maker Maxity from 2011 to 2017, at Macquarie & BNP Paribas, I write the review of Maker Maxity, BKC below from personal experience & updates from those that currently work there. Here are some stats about the building: Owned by Ambani & Maker Group. Spread across 1.2 million sq ft area. Four buildings with one entire building is taken by BNP Further phases of the Maker Maxity project in Mumbai will likely be completed in 2020 – and will be one of the largest projects in BKC. All & all, Maker Maxity is a top tier commercial building and was the Queen of commercial office space in Mumbai and remains one of the best, but as it ages and other competition emergences for office space in BKC… will it retain its title as the most sought after office space for rent in Mumbai? Maker Maxity Maker Maxity Maker Maxity Below is personal experience from Otis Critchley – let’s start with the pros of Maker Maxity: Pros: Within BKC, closest walking distance to Bandra Station Amazing walking grounds that are perfectly kept & green! Each building is only 10 stories with 4 lifts so no issue with congestion in any building (one of the negatives of the Capital Building in BKC) Right at the edge of BKC so if live in westerns suburbs don’t have to hit the rush leaving G Block in BKC because you are already at BKC’s edge! To boot, very close to the Sealink that will bring one to Lower Parel, Worli Area, SOBO. Higher-end, feel-good crowd – the cost of Maker Maxity ensures only the top corporates in the world & in India are located there. There is a level of classiness that I would say to this day, still can’t be met in other office complexes in BKC, let alone Mumbai, Thane or Navi Mumbai. Perhaps a strange number 6, let’s call it a bonus point! There is a gym in building #2! Not many gyms in BKC, so having such easy access was wonderful and really missed it after moving to G Block. Maker Maxity Driveway Cons: Rat infestation, yup. You read it correctly. To be fair not the only commercial building in BKC to have this issue, but for such a fine building would expect a way for them to fix it. And this was the case for me at BNP for the entire time basically and it’s confirmed as of this writing in building #2 as well. Grabbing a drink or food in the immediate area, is rough – you will only have a few options on the ground floor of buildings 2 & 3, but it pales in comparison to being in G Block. Having said that, by next year, the upcoming Maker project that will wrap around Maker Maxity will provide an abundance of more options. And in fact, may turn out to be the best spot to wine & dine in BKC. Security & the entrance … trying to communicate with Uber or Ola to enter the Maker Maxity complex, is a pain and it’s beyond silly (mind you I’m a foreigner so perhaps even more challenging for me)…. Drivers can’t figure out which side to come in, then when they do they call you from security to ask you which company. You could literally say anything, pointless and beyond annoying. Don’t get me wrong, the security guards are lovely and just doing their job, but a small daily annoyance, I do not miss. Doesn’t have massive floor plates, if you are a large company that needs 30,000+ square feet, you would have to take several floors of office space, not that bad, but many firms prefer one to two floors. Upkeep inside the buildings started to fade, I hate to say it, but the bathrooms largely haven’t been changed or updated. Perhaps it’s up to the firms themselves that occupy, but worth the investment – there were complaints about this when I was at BKC. Not to mentioned, cramped bathrooms! Parking a bit more limited, they should have dug one more level down for each building. There is a very good chance if you work here you won’t have a parking spot and will have to park across the street & if you don’t get parking there you will be in bad shape. It’s not cheap! The highest office rent in Mumbai, might have gone to my old firm, BNP Paribas, who took an entire building and still has it, building #1. I can’t blame them as it was the BEST when they moved in about 7 years ago, but not sure if it’s the best still? Hope this write up on Maker Maxity was helpful to those looking for the best of the best. At this time, we are only reviewing the best commercial buildings in Mumbai, so would love to hear from you if any building you’d like us to review. And if looking for an office space in BKC or an office on rent in Mumbai, please feel free to come Jagaha.com to find the perfect property for you and your firm.
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  • For commercial property owners and real estate agents alike, this blog will be helpful if you are trying to sell your commercial property in Mumbai. The following four points will not only give your property a lot more client inspections but also make selling your property much easier and more successful than it would be otherwise. 1. Know your property’s worth This is crucial. In a market where real estate is inflated and properties are overpriced (largely due to India’s deep-rooted negotiation culture), having awareness about your own property and pricing it right is very important to successfully sell your commercial property. If you price it too high, it won’t attract too many buyers and if you price it too low, you would miss out on some profits. Which begs the question: How do you know your properties worth? There are two ways: a. Either hire a professional valuer (either private or government professional) or, b. Compare it with other properties who have similar characteristics; for instance: those commercial properties with similar carpet areas, similar building amenities, similar quality buildings, floor level, access to transport (especially trains in Mumbai) and similar neighborhoods are good criteria to compare & value accordingly. This will give you a good enough understanding of what your property should be priced at. 2. Beautify your property This makes all the difference. A recently painted, the well-maintained property will fetch you more than the EXACT same property with crusty paint shaven walls with broken tiles and substandard plumbing work. A small investment and taking care of your property on a regular basis will surely yield a very impressive ROI – it’s worth it, especially since so many properties in Mumbai for sale are not taken care of! Yours will stand out! 3. Market your property well Having a beautiful property is no good if it’s not marketed with the intent to get the right people to visit. Where are these people? They are online. Anyone who wants to buy commercial real estate will first search online and if your property is not online, there’s a whole lot of opportunities to sell that you are missing out on. However, with the rise in property portals being easily accessible to the masses, it is very common for property owners to get a lot of inquiries from uncommitted clients. We suggest you check out property portals which provide verification and free property listings like Jagaha.com which is focused on commercial properties and most importantly filter down the calls and only provide owners with legitimate prospective buyers and not time wasters. 4. Have all your paperwork ready You have priced your property well, beautified it, and marketed it to the right people and now there are enough people interested in purchasing it on your approval, but you don’t have all the paperwork ready. It’s a complete waste of time for not only you but also the clients who could possibly have other options available. And if you do not want to miss out on a good offer, it is crucial to have all your paperwork ready to make sure the sale process is as smooth as possible. We can almost guarantee that paying attention to these four points will be exceptionally helpful in selling your property in Mumbai and across all of India as well. Also while you’ve made it this far, if you want to know if your property qualifies for a restaurant property or which licenses are required to start a restaurant, this blog will sort out all your doubts. If you have any queries, leave them in the comments or call at 902900670 For commercial properties in Mumbai whether they are an office for rent in Mumbai or shops for rent in Mumbai, visit our website www.jagaha.com
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  • Finding Office Space in Mumbai – 5 Problems Jagaha has been in the commercial real estate segment for over three years, but prior to that, the parent company ran a local residential real estate brokerage that eventually started assisting clients to find offices on rent in Mumbai. https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-for-rent-in-Mumbai The idea behind Jagaha.com came from a very bad experience the parent company, Bandra Rentals Pvt. Ltd.(BPRL) had in trying to find an office for one of its clients about five years ago. The client asked the rep at BRPL: “do you do commercial as well?” and the answer of course to that question, was, “Absolutely!” Having never done a deal for an office space in Mumbai (https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-in-Mumbai), BRPL had to scramble and contact all local brokers in Andheri to find the right commercial space. It was a disaster. Problem 1 In BRPL’s vast broker network across Mumbai, overwhelmingly the real estate agents had no pictures of their property that they offered to BRPL. In representing the client, BRPL couldn’t even share pictures for the client to shortlist. Makes it a bit tough to offer great service to one’s client, no? Problem 2 The well-known property sites servicing commercial real estate in Mumbai did not verify properties, so when BRPL went online to inquire on potential properties they were overwhelmingly ‘already taken.’ What does this mean? Many real estate brokers spend money on these platforms to post non-existent and/or non-available properties. Massive time waster. Problem 3 BRPL finally scrounged up enough properties to do its first commercial real estate client inspection! However, of the five properties, all with different brokers (which takes incredible coordination and extreme dependence on others to perform for one’s client) – two of them didn’t show up and two were twenty minutes late each. Frustration for the client? Absolutely. Problem 4 Even after a few more inspections that BRPL provided for the client. The client was forced to go to other brokers as well, not only because of perhaps the poor initial inspection BRPL offered him, but also because there was no way to be sure that all the appropriate & available offices for rent in Andheri (https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-for-rent-in-Andheri) that fit the client’s specs were shown. Time-consuming for the client to take time out of their business to actually be out on the field looking at properties in Mumbai? 100%. Problem 5 The client, even after putting in the work, time and energy, going thru multiple brokers and doing seven to eight different inspections still couldn’t be remotely sure that he saw all the available office spaces in Andheri(https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-in-Andheri) per his requirement. There was no way to check online to get a better feel from a reliable site – the search was all based on actually pinging as many brokers as you can and seeing as many properties as possible. To not be able to verify & shortlist online before or after inspections, is far from ideal for the client – are we right or are we right? We’re right. Now fast forward to the present, how much has changed when looking for an office on rent in Mumbai(https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-for-rent-in-Mumbai)? Largely speaking, not much. Jagaha.com was created & launched in 2016 to meet all of these challenges when looking for commercial property in Mumbai. Whether it’s Jagaha.com or another firm, the bottom line for those searching for commercial real estate is simple (or any property for that matter!) – make the client experience successful & efficient. There are a number of reasons why the industry hasn’t changed, and why clients are still going thru the exact same situation as we mentioned above to this day! If you were making money the old way, would you want to change? It’s a classic problem in all industries. Eventually, a firm or firms will emerge that will consolidate a massive amount of verified properties that are direct with them, with videos, pictures and all the correct details so that clients can properly shortlist online and close the deal with the same firm, one point of contact – a one-stop-shop if you will. The best client experience involves a far less fragmented real estate industry, one where a brand is recognized and trusted. Whether this change happens this year or in five years from now, it’s hard to say, BUT…. in the near future, a real estate company will emerge that will be an online to offline model, with excellent customer service, intensive and effective use of technology, advisory services, full of integrity, and ownership of the marketplace (huge inventory) that will prevail. And years from now, we will discuss the wild west (east?) of finding office space in Mumbai that occurred in the early 2000s. Until then…. Stay strong property seekers in Mumbai!
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  • In 2019, if your firm is looking to impress clients, have the ‘right’ address that will impress and need to be where the city’s biggest players are. Here are the 3 most fancy locations for office space in Mumbai https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-in-Mumbai #1 Bandra Kurla Complex Bandra Kurla Complex, also more commonly known as BKC, is the #1 recommended place by Jagaha.com if you are looking to impress by your address! Office space for rent in BKC https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-for-rent-in-BKC are some of the most expensive, but also the most modern, very located to the airports, Eastern Express highway and is a densely packed area of the world’s largest and most impressive companies. Crazy enough, fifteen years ago, this area was just fields filled with kids playing cricket. #2 South Central Mumbai We constitute south-central Mumbai as Lower Parel & Worli. Office space for rent in Lower Parel https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-for-rent-in-Lower-Parel & Worli is very well located between South Mumbai, BKC and the western suburbs. Easy access to where all the players are! There are a number of Grade A commercial buildings that are very impressive in this geography. #3 South Mumbai Churchgate, Fort & Nariman Point are the areas that we classify as South Mumbai…. Whether looking for office space for rent in Fort https://www.jagaha.com/office-space-fo-rent-in-Fort, Mumbai or Nariman Point or Churchgate, you will be pleased to be in South Mumbai. It’s hard to quantify, but most would agree, this part of Mumbai has the most charm in part as it’s surrounded by the sea, but also due to the heritage buildings built by the Brits many years ago. You won’t be able to find brand new, massive floor plates, but for smaller firms and especially law firms, this is the place to be. If looking for office space for rent in Mumbai, take a look at all verified properties at Jagaha.com, Mumbai’s commercial real estate portal.
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