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Mumbai’s Vasai-Virar belt offering affordable homes
Jun 15, 2014
MUMBAI: For most homebuyers who are looking for affordable homes, the Vasai-Virar belt has many good projects to suit their budget and needs. With office premises shifting from south Mumbai to the city’s western suburbs and rehabilitation of slums going on in full swing, the areas are witnessing huge interest from buyers.
Zooming in on Kharadi in Pune
Jun 09, 2014
PUNE: The residential property market has altered Pune’s landscape and changed the city’s dynamics.
Hyderabad: Destination Dilsukhnagar
Jun 07, 2014
HYDERABAD: Dilsukhnagar has equal share of residential and commercial realty spaces, located between Malakpet and LB Nagar the area once a suburb has developed by leaps and bounds over the last 15 years.
Emerging corridors of Delhi-NCR
May 20, 2014
DELHI: Affodable housing prices, proximity to the national capital, fast-developing infrastructure, and the availability of spacious and quality residential units are the key factors driving the growth of satellite towns and other suburbs of the NCR.
Ahmedabad: Naroda’s journey to hot property destination
May 03, 2014
AHMEDABAD: The growth of Gujarat’s as well as Ahmedabad’s property market is very impressive and the segment is likely to prosper even in the near future. Many new areas are being developed in the city and the earlier ones are given new shape. Particularly, if you want to see how a neglected industrial area can be transformed into a property paradise, then visit Naroda, a suburban town in Bapunagar, north east of Ahmedabad. It initially flourished with the establishment of the Naroda Industrial
Vaishali property is value for money
Apr 30, 2014
DELHI: Vaishali has become one of the most preferred real estate destinations of New Ghaziabad (trans-Hindon regions), as the infrastructure here has improved vastly and Metro connectivity is in place.
Residential property most popular in Noida
Apr 09, 2014
DELHI: If you have booked your dream house and are awaiting the possession in the developing new sectors of Noida, then there is good news for you.
Real estate may perk up post polls
Mar 12, 2014
DELHI: Hit by slowing economic growth, rising borrowing costs, and high property prices, demand in the realty sector remained subdued in 2013—particularly in the housing segment—resulting in sales slowdown and pressure on asset pricing across leading cities. Experts say the current cautious market sentiment is likely to continue, as headwinds to growth will prevail at least until the first half of 2014.
Increased connectivity has boosted Mumbai’s property market
Mar 04, 2014
MUMBAI: Sunil Kher, a Chembur resident, commutes to south Mumbai daily for work by road. Earlier, he used to be quite frustrated by the traffic jams on his way to work. However, with the start of the new Eastern Freeway, his life has become much easier. Kher informs, “I had decided to shift to Dadar or some other place near my office three years ago but now, after the Freeway becoming functional, my life has taken a big turn. We are planning to buy a flat either in Chembur or Bhandup due to the
New Gurgaon has a range of housing options
Feb 19, 2014
DELHI: New Gurgaon — well connected to NH-8, the forthcoming Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, and Dwarka-Gurgaon Expressway—has brought fresh supply of units for people looking to invest in residential and commercial real estate. And, the residential property looks especially attractive here owing to the affordable rates.
Low prices pushing demand in new Ranip at Ahmedabad
Dec 04, 2013
AHMEDABAD: Ahmedabad is the financial capital of Gujarat. It is developing fast and it has already proved its worth in fields of business and economic activities. The city houses a large number of small, medium and large scale industries. Many MNCs and major Indian companies have set up their manufacturing units as well as corporate offices in the city. In addition, the fast growing IT industry has also created good number of job opportunities and as a result, there is huge influx of people in t
Gota: Luxury at affordable prices in Ahmedabad
Nov 27, 2013
AHMEDABAD: Ahmedabad is considered to be the largest city in Gujarat and one of the fastest growing cities in India. The continuous development of malls, residential townships and office spaces, are some of the growth stimulators, changing the cityscape of Ahmedabad to a very large extent. Maximum activities in terms of planned residential and commercial development can be witnessed in the city.
2-BHK homes in Panvel or Kamothe?
Nov 26, 2013
MUMBAI: The price at which you get a 1-BHK apartment in Andheri or Ghatkopar, can get you a 2-BHK in localities like Panvel and Kamothe. These suburbs of Navi Mumbai have been witnessing a steady demand for 1 and 2-BHK apartments, owing to their competitive pricing. “A 1-BHK apartment in Panvel and Kamothe, sized between 500 and 700 sq ft, is available for Rs 35-40 lakhs and a 2-BHK apartment of 750-1000 sq ft area, costs anywhere between Rs 80-85 lakhs,” informs Paritosh Bhasulm of PropTiger.
Dhanori sees high supply of properties within RS 40 lakhs
Nov 18, 2013
PUNE: Located on the eastern side of Pune, Dhanori offers a wide range of options for those who are looking for a residential property within Rs 40 lakhs. According to MagicBricks.com data, the area is seeing maximum supply of properties, with several new housing projects, which are at various stages of construction. These projects offer 1, 2 and 3-BHK units.
Does Vasai-Virar have the potential to become an independent city?
Sep 16, 2013
MUMBAI: With a corporation area of roughly 383 sq km and another 500 sq km of Taluka area, the Vasai-Virar region is being touted to become a city in itself. However, does having a large area alone suffice to convert a region into a self-sufficient city? It takes proper social and physical infrastructure along with well-developed connectivity to render a locality self-sufficient. With the inception of the Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation (VVMC) in 2012, the Vasai-Virar region holds huge potenti
Mumbai’s long wait to replicate Manhattan, gets longer
Sep 07, 2013
MUMBAI: Perhaps no other ambitious urban infrastructure project that has been touted as a game changer, has waited for more than 30 years, yet has had no takers, with a future that is delayed, if not denied. The Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) project has been under consideration for the last 30 years to develop the island city the way Manhattan in the US has been developed, reduce traffic congestion and grow the area surrounding Navi Mumbai.
New land bill may hit infra projects in Maharashtra
Sep 03, 2013
MUMBAI:Many infrastructure projects and development may come to a standstill in the state with the Lok Sabha clearing the Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2011.
Homes in Rs 30-40 lakh budget in Navi Mumbai
Sep 02, 2013
MUMBAI: Exorbitant real esate prices in Mumbai, have pushed residential demand towards Navi Mumbai. Today, the urban sprawl into the sub-city, has crossed all limits and has resulted in realty prices shooting up in Navi Mumbai too. However, despite the growing demand and consequent rise in capital values, one can still find a home for oneself in Navi Mumbai, within the affordable range of Rs 30-40 lakhs.
Looking for affordable property in Ghaziabad?
Jun 15, 2013
DELHI: Sky-rocketing property values in Delhi have led to a consumer perception of dearth in availability of homes in the affordable range. However, Ghaziabad, a suburb of the capital city, comes to the rescue for those looking for a property within Rs 20-50 lakh budget, with all modern facilities.

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