Delhi’s haute propertiesin Top Real Estate Developers Thu Jul 25, 2013 2:54 pm
by RichardSwom • 1 Post
Delhi, the capital city of the country is famous for its haute properties. The modern city has some of the largest investments in the country. There are many foreign investments in the city. New Delhi is the developed part of the city. properties in delhi have been attracting foreign investments since decades. There are many industrialists settled in the capital and own large properties. The city has been chosen for settlements owing to its modern amenities and connectivity to international destinations through international airports. The haute properties in Delhi have been popular since decades as it is the capital city. Many businessmen have chosen the urban capital for promoting their business. There are many lucrative properties in the city. Realtors struggle in bringing together the properties in the city to potential buyers. There are certain businessmen developing commercial and residential properties for potential buyers. The invest lot of money in the developments and form share group of investments to derive profits. There are many properties in the residential areas of the city. Many of the properties are within the budget of middle class families. There are also many government employees and retired government workers settling down in residential areas. Many government officials own properties in the residential sectors of the city. The political capital attracts plenty of settlements in the city. There are a large number of residential properties owing to the modern amenities that guarantee comfortable living.
RE: Delhi’s haute propertiesin Top Real Estate Developers Sat Aug 24, 2013 5:24 pm
by nitin satvilkar • 3 Posts
Property will always be hot
GURGAON: Five days before the chief minister comes to the city to inaugurate the trial run of the nation's first privately built metro system, the Haryana cabinet under the chairmanship of Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Friday approved the second phase of the Rapid Metro Rail project.
The chief minister is to flag off the trial run of the first phase on October 2.
In the second phase of the project, the Metro link will connect Sikanderpur station to the thickly populated residential sectors 55 and 56. This extension will have a route length of 6.5km. The total cost of the project will be Rs 2,143 crore and it is likely to be commissioned within a period of three years.
Source: Times of India
RE: Delhi’s haute propertiesin Top Real Estate Developers Tue Aug 27, 2013 3:55 pm
by Dada Peer • 4 Posts
Real estate sector to remain unaffected by inclusion in NCR: Experts
Three new inclusions to NCR viz Mahendragarh and Bhiwani in Haryana and Bharatpur in Rajasthan would not impact real estate sector negatively said the industry experts. This was in response to a query whether the step would bring down prices of the properties in Gurgaon. This brings the tally to 11 districts of Haryana in the NCR region out of twenty.
“People still have to throng past Manesar in Gurgaon. Residential market or even commercial real estate market response is very far sighted,” said Sunil Chutani, managing director Terra Realcon.
Chairman and managing director of Trehan Home Developers, Harsha Trehan echoed similar sentiments. “Lot of vacant land is still available in other parts of the NCR such as Noida, Greater Noida, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Manesar, Bhiwadi, Kundli, etc. The point is when end-user is not going to these far off places, why would he go to newer areas recently added to the NCR map.
Trehan further clarified, “As of now people still have to move into these places. A lot of investors have invested in various areas of these regions but actual buyers have not come in. For example some of the newer areas in Gurgaon have a lot of investors and because of high price end user are not coming.”
The Economic Times