Radiant Structures always deliver good quality work to satisfy their customers all the time and always with reasonable price. This company is managed by many of the high professionals who have more than two decades of experience in real estate development. Radiant Groups excellence depends on its people who are architects, skilled engineers, marketing professionals, customer care executives and workers. The company is capably guided by the head of the management team Mr. Raghavendra Reddy. He has solely managed the big contracting projects of both commercial and residential, he is a civil engineer who is graduated from Gulbarga University. Our common passion is shared by everyone to deliver a product which not only builds customer expectations but also remain as benchmarks in the business itself. The purchasing power of the middle class has grown up, at the same time cost has also increased in the real estate field. The strategy of Radiant group is to handle the large demand at the mid-segment level, which has brought them a great success since the establishment. Their vision is to ensure that they get their dream home at the given time. Their mission is to provide superior quality work at the reasonable cost.

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37 Responses

  1. shivapd1983

    Blue prints for Water / Sewage / Electrical connection is missing
    One out of 4 Over head tank is kept as abandoned due to which the residents are not getting the water pressure for their utilities.
    Finishing is pathetic.
    More over, when the issue is raised builder is listening at all.
    Only date and date is been given, but its almost a year over now, but still no response from the builder.
    When we tell to goto consumer court, he dont date at all.

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  2. radiantflatowner

    I have a flat booked in Radiant Redwood and it all looks like a never ending story. Since May 2011, I have been following up with the builders to get the flat ready but till now I don’t see a sign of progress. As per the advertisement the flat should have got completely by Dec 2011.On pre sale deed the dates that has been signed was March 2012, but they are still not ashamed of the trouble they are giving to the customers who have already paid 80% of the amount for the flat. I am sure with the present progress they won’t be able to complete the tasks not before Aug 2012. The silly reasons like no labour, no materials are the common excuses you would hear from the site supervisors.
    They are very smart in giving dates but very poor in keeping these commitments. The material they have used is pathetic and cheap. The quality of labour is very cheap. All the walls and windows have already developed cracks by now. Not a very good idea to buy property from Radiant. Overall my experience with Redwood has been very cheap quality of work and material, with a big pain in the name of investment. The dream of having a house of own has become a nightmare for me. I would suggest not buying if the property is a shared property (landowner and developer).The developer (Radiant) will not pay any attentions if you have purchased the property from the landowner. In the other hand landowners will not do much as they don’t have any rights on the property with respect to developing it and the customer like me have nothing to do once the heavy amount is paid. Neither the developers nor the landowner will understand the pain the customer like going through of paying the EMI and unplanned rent (since Dec 11). From my experience I can definitely say the engineers who have designed the apartment might not have gone to the engineering college at all, if they would have then they would definitely have at least added basic light and fan switches at the appropriate points in the flat. With this failures if the customer asks to add a switch or a plug they charge an amount which is defiantly unbearable (like for one AC point they charge Rs.3000, one 15 Amps switch will cost Rs800). They fail in basic common sense. Yes, I am frustrated with these people and don’t want anyone to suffer like me so posting this.

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    • thimmareddy

      Sorry sir i am from builder we never commited wrong dates to land owner and please u should have ensured with the land owner before buying about the dates, please never take the name of radiant because we can answer the land owner not u please come along with land owner i will answer all of u r qutions so u do not have rights to blame builder at all do think negitive please mention your name flat no before u write the comments but do not mistake radiant

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  3. hkumar212

    Project Delay almost a year now . If you are booking any project with any Builder please add a point in agreement as if project is going to delay then builder shall pay the bank Interest or Rent . This will give some relief.

    Modification charges is too high . If you like to get your stuff to fix that cost is also high. I have ask for extra power point and they have charge me 900rs 5AMP and 3000rs 15AMP . Tiles fitting is too much even the worker will not give respect of customer tiles so you need to buy extra tiles …

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  4. mail2suji

    Always include a penalty close. They will delay projects at least for a year. You would never get anything on time beware. Better that you Stay Away. I have bought a flat in radiant silver bell located in sadarmangala. They promised to deliver by Nov 2011. I booked in April 2010. No They have not delivered till march 2012 and they are inconclusive on when I will get the flat. I am extremely disappointed with Radiant. There are many hidden charges also. I had to pay extra for switches, utility slabs, better tiles, washbasin almost everything other than walls. They will also charge 25000 extra for first year maintenance.

    Sujith

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  5. Purbasha

    Hi,

    I booked a flat in Radiant Lake View. At the time of second disbursement, the bank sent the cheque amount to the builders twice.
    They cashed both the cheques, however, provided me the receipt of 1 cheque only. I came to know that bank has disbursed teh amount twice in teh annual bank statement of my loan a/c.

    After that I reached the builders asking about the second cheque, they kept on denying about cashing the second cheque. It was only when bank officials interfered and said that they would press charges against the builders for committing fraud and showed all the transaction details from bank side, the builders agreed upon cashing both the cheques and provided me the receipt.

    The experience was horrible, and I had to run from builders to bank to RACPC for 1 month to get the matter resolved.

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  6. sjiddu

    I am planning to buy Radiant Silver bell which is in Sadarmangala, Hoodi. I have seen the Documents and could find that the land is Converted for non-agricultural purpose. I am almost planned to give the token advance, but then when I saw the complaints I am little hesitate to go for this apartment. Please can anyone tell me who is owning the Radiant apartment that whether quality is good. Also, for the windows they are giving aluminium sliding doors instead of Wooden doors. They were telling now a days all apartments are giving only aluminium sliding doors. Please advice me whether to go for radiant or not.

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  7. Ajaygupta349

    There is no resale of these kind of Projects
    For reference look into old proj constructed by this builder. Good location but low price.

    Also feedback of quality of material is very poor
    Again look into the reviews and personally visit place before buying. Low class builder huge risk…
    Be careful before investing, blindly not go after less amount, think in this coslyst world why n why less rates.

    Thanks,
    Ajay

    There is no resale of these kind of Projects
    For reference look into old proj constructed by this builder. Good location but low price.

    Also feedback of quality of material is very poor
    Again look into the reviews and personally visit place before buying. Low class builder huge risk…
    Be careful before investing, blindly not go after less amount, think in this coslyst world why n why less rates.

    Thanks,
    Ajay

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  8. karrevathi

    Its a good project. You can book. Even i have a flat in this project. Engineers are friendly. Though the project is inside, after some time this area will become quite busy due to large number of apartments are coming nearby to this project. You can book this project with no doubt. There is no legal issues find with this project and almost all nationlised banks and private banks are funding for this project.

    Thanks
    Karthick N

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  9. vijayrvz

    i was planing to buy flat in radiant silver bell. but after checking few thing i cam to know that the property is KHATA B (which is used for agriculter not for residiantial purpose) they didn’t converted to KHATA A (KHATA A is used for residential purpose). they didn’t paid any development fee for that place. they not show the document before agreeemnt. but i confirmed that Silver bell is not a legal property for residetial. SO BE AWARE OF THAT

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  10. karthick_85

    Hello ,

    I ’m planning to buy an 3 BHK in Radiant Redwood which is located in Koppa Road near to Bannargetta Road. I have been promised for possession by March 2011 where just the cement works are been completed. The amenities mentioned as Swimming pool,Gym and play area for kids. I noticed the difference between carpet area and built up are was 130 sq ft.

    Please provide some feedback on the bulder and the property.

    Regards,
    Karthick

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  11. meetmiti

    I’m planning to buy a flat in Radiant Lake View. Just want to understand how good this decision is?

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  12. anand_balaji21

    hi,
    i am planning to buy a flat in Radiant Shine ( Begur Road, off banngergatta road). just wanted to check if this is a good option. ? the price looks comparatively better than other builders in that area. i have seen Radiant Lotus which is close to my house near kodichikkanahalli main road which looks OK from outside.
    they are proposing to handover by Dec 2011. if there are any better options then do please let me know.

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  13. Radiantkatriel

    Bad experience with Radiant Structures.
    I bought a flat from the Radiant Structures team and here are my observations.
    Pros:
    1. The price is competitive and comparitively lesser than very big builders. Radiant group is not that big company though.
    2. They are taking up alternations of the flat if you need any, if it can be accomodated based which phase of the construction the alteration requested.
    I donot really see anything other than this in Pros:
    Cons:
    1. Same as any other builder, the flat prices are different for different customers independent of what time you are booking it. If you are smart enough, you may get a slightly better rate than others.
    2. The Sq. Ft. rates are low, but they charge heavily for other charges. Let it be parking, water, electricity, sewage etc. And they charge additional money [may be same as any other builder] towards, taxes, legal charges and aminities charges. These charges are sufficient enough to cover the low Sq. Ft rate whatever quoted.
    3. They are so nice and soft spoken, till the booking is made [Money is paid] and acts rough once the first installment is paid. You left with no choice than be at the mercy of the builder.
    4. None of the documents or agreement copy will be shared till the money is paid and once you pay the money, you have no other option than signing the agreement with what ever clauses they say.
    5. All the agreements, they have a clause that says “I have read and understood all the documents related to the flat and land and would not request for any other document what ever case in future.”. This is really a trap. If something is wrong with any of the land document, regarding ownership or any other kind, radiant doesn’t hold any responsibility as per the agreement. Be careful to read the agreement before signing. The agreement comes only after paying the initial minimum amount and you will not have any other choice than signing this agreement. They wont remove this clause from agreement even if you request.
    6. I have booked the flat in the month of Jan 2010, it was nearing completion and they promised that by September 2010, it will be ready to occupy. Today is May 7th 2011, almost one month past the committed date and still its not complete. Not just that, the way the work is progressing, it may complete by end of 2011 if everything goes good.
    7. Some of the people who bought the flat has been behind the builder to complete the work of their flat and somehow hot their flat’s work complete and moved in. But staying in dust and dirt. Parking line is not properly done. The next door flat cement/sand work is going on. Corridoors are full of mud, water and dirt. Its a horrible place to live. Common lighting, lifts, power backups, nothing is done. The reason for delay is that as soon as majority of the flats are sold, they moved workers to the new work location [the other new projects] to show the work progress of those flats and sell them.
    8. The work is progressing at snail pace because the workers are not available [moved to the new project] and even small things like, but white washing the walls would take one and half months. They have left with a bunch of workers and it would take ages to complete.
    9. They would not give any commitment during agreement on the date of occupancy as it will be legal. Even if they give it [A few of us insisted to put that clause in the agreement], they will make sure that there are other points which give enough loopholes for them to escape. Those points are legally difficult to proove for the customers favour and you have no choices left.
    10. All the alterations would be charged HEAVILY. For a sample of an AC Plug Point or Fridge plug point, they will charge Rs1500/-. You are left with no choice to pay them. Because to put an extra plug point or light point, you have to break the switch board and put a new one which would spoil the walls and difficult regain the same finish as before. You will be left with no bargaining power. They will give you 2 -3 choices for tiles. If you dont like any and wish to buy your own tiles [or simply anything], they are not willing to adjust that amount from the payment. The only option is that they will reduce ~25% of the actual cost of that material from payment.
    11. Alterations are a nightmare. They would do at their own choice and they might not listen carefully on what change you need and if you need to get it corrected, you are going to see the other face of the site engineer. They will give all kinds of bulllS**t response lilke, that material is not available in the market. We cannot get it on time now. If you need this only, then wait for another 4 months. It will take time to order it get it back. But no guaretee that you will get it after 4 months, we will try. What we will do. :-)
    12.The quality of the work is not that good, as we had an issue and requested to change the poor quality bricks used for the construction. As one of the buyer had scores of years of experience in cement industry, we were able to assess the quality. If not we have to just belive that they are using good quality material.
    13. Its so difficult to get the owners of the Radiant group to discuss any matters. Even if they come, nothing is going to change. Just for the sake of argument, they will keep on arguing.
    14. Worst thing is the approach and behaviour of the site engineers. They are so rude and cannot get anything done without raising your voice.
    15. I can keep on writing such points. The other apartmenet owners from here may have 20 more points own their own. What ever I wrote here are the common experiences. I am not sure how other builders are. May be of the same kind. But not sure. One last thing I would like to add. They have not yet given the possession certificate for those who moved in. No convincing answers. Not sure what the challenges are. Not sure of any legal complication exist or not.

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  14. radiantlakeview

    Hi
    Radiant structures will promise you many things at the time of booking. But while making agreement they don’t mention anything those they agreed at the time of booking. If you send any mail regarding the agreement or lapses, they never reply your mail, instead they will ask you to come to their office for discussion, you think how clever they are.(The intention is to ensure nothing should go in writing). They collude with the bankers arrange for the loans. The bankers never go through what the agreement says. Do you think any bankers give you loan when the agreement does not show anything on

    No Time frame for construction completion
    Only 3 months defect liability period which is min 12 months with other builders.
    Penalty if the construction is delayed much.
    Do not show the common amenities promised at the time of booking.

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  15. reenaj

    Hi all i am planning to book a 2bhk flat in the radiant structures lae view apt kindly suggest me with strong points if i am oing wrong…thx guys

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  16. udayansengupta

    i am planning to buy a apartment in Radiant sunshine, please suggest me . As i have gone through all the complaints i am little worried about the authenticity of the land document . please suggest .The project is in Begur road beside DLF

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  17. zach_26

    I plan to buy appartment in Radiant Daffodils, plseas suggest, me if its worth buying from them. can they be trusted?? I have to put in all my hard earn money..

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  18. raphael

    Hi

    I wish to book a flat in Radiant Red Wood.

    Is there any one who had booked a falt in this project?

    Is the builder reliable?

    Does he finish the project in time?

    How about documentation?

    Does he provide clear title?

    Does he maintain quality?

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    • Ini

      Hello raphael,
      did you buy the radiant redwood. if yes and you are staying here, can you please share the experience.

      Regards,
      Ini

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  19. chaithra kowshik

    hi,

    i saw a flat in radiant enclave thinking of buying it so kindly suggest me, i don’t want go to bad builder to fight for all small issue.

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  20. rameshr

    Top end builders offer flats @ higher price, the price offered by Radiant is afforable & they have 8-10 projects in hand & are operating for years.I think they are better than one off project builders who are unreliable.

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  21. shalinimatia

    i want to buy flat in radiant lake view. kindly suggest me its trustworthiness of radiant group…

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  22. puccascorp

    I am planning to buy a Radiant apartment in Yelahanka. they have promised to give possession by oct’2010.Plastering work is going on inside the apartment. So flooring, painting and fittings are due. I have negotiated for rs. 2100/- per sq.ft. This is in the 1st block. blocks 2 and 3 are also under construction. So If I pay now the amenities I will get only once all blocks are ready. Also They have given me a choice to select the tiles and fittings. I find quality of construction quite Ok. can anybody give feedback on this. Are they trust worthy.Please letme know should I go ahead and buy this apartment.

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  23. creativeeyes

    i bought an apartment from Radiant structures and its still under construction phase. my experience with them is not so good. they dont provide good aminities and even the tiles and bathroom accessories they first say as Jaquar and good company names and later provide the worst accessories. U dont even see them in a cheap hotels. the floor models they provided last month were horrible including tiles for the kitchen… keeping my fingers crossed. If u want to be in my situation and get worried all the time with there behaviour then only buy apartments from Radiant structures.
    Let me know people who write good review about it are definitely from that company. only people who have complaints write true stuffs.

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  24. Vikash Chandra

    i am planning to buy a flat from radiant at sadarmangala near ITPL. Project name is silver bell. Please suggebt if the builder is trustworthy to put in life long hard earned money!!!

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  25. uppalurivenugopal

    Daily we come across various ads in print and elctronic media about Upcoming properties, ready-to-move in properties etc. I have been evaluating properties of various builders till I zeroed in on a so-called “ready-to-move in” property of Radiant constructions (Radiant Lotus, Bomanahalli) in the month of September 2009.

    Good things first. I got the 3BHK flat at a reasonable price considering the locality (It’s in Kodichikanahalli, 2 kms from Bomanahaali junction, Hosur Road).

    After the initial payments and loan processing, I was promised that the flat would be ready for occupation by Dec 2009. Looking at the spate of complaints (about delayed projects) in the Real estate industry, i thought i was lucky enough to get possession so fast. Little did i know what lay ahead.

    First things first. You will be promised about dates every now and then. The management, the site engineers, the field sales team: everybody are capable of giving a date (for the flat to be ready), but no one keeps their promise. And, if you think it’s common in the industry, then, well… you need to look at the work that is pending. It’s basic work like painting, acid-wash, bathroom fittings etc. Remember, its a ready-to-occupy house. Even for these small things, the site engineers give an estimate of 2 months (which is revisable according to his and management’s convinience).

    Next comes amenities like Lift, Gym, Swimming pool, play area etc. At the time of payment, we need to make a full and final settlement to avail these. But to use any of these facilities, we have to wait till all the flats in all the blocks get filled with tenants. It might take several months, might be upto an year. But, you need to wait.

    Next, accessibility. Same case like any other builder. When it comes to you making payment, they run after you. But, when it comes to work that has to completed from their side, you need to wait coz, YOU ARE NOT THE ONLY ONE.. PLEASE REMEMBER

    So, dear friends, when you are looking out for Radiant properties anywhere in Bangalore, keep a few things in mind (apart from the usual list that you consider before buying a flat):

    1. Check the status of “Ready-to-Occupy” properties. Will you be getting all the facilities/ amenities right from the day you occupy the flat or is it that you need to wait till all the flats are occupied

    2. Be very clear about “all-inclusive” prices. Better get in writing that you WILL NOT be charged for anything extra ( I was told to shell out 90,000 for Cauvery water after paying of the “all-inclusive” price. And this was not mentioned to me in the beginning)

    3. Make sure you get all the facilities that you are paying for (Radiant wants me to pay for the Gym, Swimming pool etc. which will easily take another one year to be operational.)

    4. Never ever listen to the words/ promises of site engineers of Radiant.

    5. Try to get in touch with the tenants to understand the problems associated

    I AM YET TO OCCUPY THE READY-TO-OCCUPY PROPERTY

    You can reach me on my mobile 97312 25205 or on my mail ID uppalurivenugopal@gmail.com for any clarifications

    Regards

    Venu Gopal

    # 413, Radiant Lotus,

    Kodichikkanahalli, (Near Bommanahalli)

    Bangalore

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  26. Sunil

    hi,

    I had bought an aprt with radiant, i feel in big projects some compliants may delay,
    i had leakage problem in my bath room i informed them within a week time it was solved so i dont think there is any problem with radiant its worth buying

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  27. Shalini

    We at Radiant Rose, have adopted a holistic and balanced approach to designing a home with world class architecture for a true living. Radiant Group has launched new residential project Rose Bannerghatta Road in Bangalore. Radiant Rose offers 2 and 3 bedroom with excellent amenities Childrens play area, gymnasium.

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  28. Sudeep Reddy

    Hello,

    The above compliant was absolutely wrong.I have seen the flats of a reputated company Radiant Structures Pvt.Ltd.They are so good and offering the 2Bhk and 1 bk at affordable prices.I came to know that this company has grown very fast in a short time.And also the Management Team from this company all are high professionals.I recently took one flat and also advised some of my friends to take from Radiant Structures.

    Regards,
    Sudeep

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  29. Rupali

    It was always there at the back of your mind. Now, come and own it for real. Radiant Iris off Bannerghatta Road. From quality construction to modern amenities, excellent specifications to reasonable pricing. Radiant Iris is a home worthy of your admiration. What’s more, this project is in close proximity to leading schools, hospitals, super malls and IT Parks, among others. In Short, a home worth owning be it for living or as an investment.

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  30. Viswamithra

    Hi All,

    Don’t buy any flats from Radiant Structures, they are not proper in the documents and they are violating the govt. norms and finally they are not going to provide you any such completion or occupancy certificate and khata transfer.

    Regards,
    Viswamithra

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  31. Souvik

    Did you get the possesion for radient Specer? What is the quality of your apartment now?
    Souvik

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  32. Lorence

    Hai
    I am planning to buy a flat @ radiant spencer hebbagodi. When I checked with the site this project appears in the website of both radiant properties and radiant structure which are 2 different company whereas the agreement is being executed by radiant properties. I am bit confused who is the actual developer. Kindly advise.

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