Saturday, 24 October 2015

"Explorer the yet explored!" Indian Places that are the next thing in Real Estate Market.

One of the leading website in Indian Real Estate Market conducted a research that was to identify the best and the most ideal location from investment point of view across India in 2015. With the soul mission of this study was to facilitate and pass of information based on concrete data for a more stable investment. 

The report was conducted on the basis of the data compiled in March 2015 and also kept a check on residential property price trends for over the past one year and had shortlisted up to 50 such localities and areas. 

Out of all the 50 localities and areas that have been shortlisted, below are some new locations in the city’s that are already giving positive signs in Real Estate Sector. These have been the few for this week, rest coming soon.

"Explorer the yet explored!"

Ambegaon, Pune:

Ambegaon is one of the most upcoming locations that is situated on the outskirts of Pune and it also offers a good valuation investment proposition. With its great connectivity with the inner city as well as to Mumbai - Bangalore bypass. 

Ambegaon also falls within Pune corporation limits, thus indicating a good chance of getting better infrastructure compared to other areas in the outskirts.

Guduvancheri, Chennai:

Chennai is a developed market in terms of real estate with great property at amazing prices. However, there is lot of potential for growth of the market in the outskirts with a good demand and supply-balance in its existing market. 

After Oragadam and Sriperumbudur, Guduvancheri is an upcoming real estate hub in the outskirts of Chennai. This locale is situated along the Chennai - Trichy highway and has become a fast developing residential area between Tambaram and Chengalpet. It has especially seen a high demand for plots in the recent past owing to well established basic infrastructure, such as schools and 

Rajarhat New Town, Kolkata:

This is located on the outskirts of Kolkata and is a fast growing satellite city planned by the West Bengal government. Consisting of two villages, Rajarhat and Bhangar, this area is being developed in the north eastern parts of Kolkata.

 This is about three times the size of Salt Lake and is home to many IT companies. Corporates have purchased land in this area with plans of developing them at a later date. It is already home to many residential and commercial projects.