DELHI: If you have made up your mind to buy a residential property in Noida but not able to zero-in the location, then sector 61 and 62 are worth consideration. Unlike locations which are projected to grow in the next 5-8 years, these sectors have already got a decent physical and social infrastructure.
What makes these sectors a preferred option?
At first, both the sectors are located centrally within Noida. You can access prominent parts of Delhi and Noida in a matter of 30-45 minutes. Noida City Centre, which is also the nearest metro station, is merely 4-5 kms from these locations. Then you have at least a dozen primary, senior and higher secondary schools in and around these localities. “Looking at the kind of infrastructure these sectors offer, it is a complete package for an end-user,” says Rakesh Mahajan, a city-based realtor.
Further when we tried to find out what really makes these sectors a complete package, we observed that these localities have a number of parks and religious places as well. There is something for everyone. People residing in these areas can relax in lush green parks and follow their spiritual pursuits by visiting the religious places. “It is such a great experience to visit Sai Temple, which is roughly 800 metres away from my house in sector 61. We can simply take a short walk to reach the place. It keeps us healthy and active – mentally, physically and spiritually,” tells Rajneesh Bhardwaj, who recently retired from a government job.
What it takes to buy a home at these locations?
The residential properties in these locations are available in range between Rs 6,000 and Rs 7,500 per sq ft. Given that these sectors already have a sizeable physical and social infrastructure, the rates are still reasonable, according to property dealers and developers active in these areas. “If you book a property in these locations today, let’s say, at Rs 6,000 per sq ft, it will receive a good appreciation by the time it becomes ready for possession,” says a Avesh Tripathi, a realtor dealing in the area, adding that it is a win-win situation for both end-users and investors.