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Ahmedabad Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends


Ahmedabad Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

Last updated: April 5 2018
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  • Ahmedabad Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

    Ahmedabad offers housing across various segments and now, the plan to make it a smart city, will further boost its infrastructure and real estate potential. To be precise, Ahmedabad is largely an end-user driven market and has been drawing many buyers, especially in the affordable housing category.

    Currently, properties in Ahmedabad start from around Rs. 100000 with the average price at 96.82 lakhs. Nealry 88 localities have been showing an upward price trend while 38 localities have been showing a downward trend. Overall, the price trend in Ahmedabad has been moving up since the last six months.

    Some figures (might vary a bit from portal to portal):
    Properties listed in Ahmedabad - 26191 | Properties in Ahmedabad start from – Rs. 100000 (confused about this price - kindly correct if anybody has information on this)
    Average price of properties in Ahmedabad is Rs. 96.82 lakhs | Most expensive property listed in Ahmedabad - @Rs. 27.00 crore | Ahmedabad localities showing upward trend - 88
    Ahmedabad localities showing downward trend – 38

    Popular locations:
    Satellite, Vastrapur, Thaltej, Motera, Ranip, Bopal, Chandkheda, Vastral, Gota

    Future prospects
    Industry peers are of the opinion that the stretch between Ahmedabad and Dholera Sanand- Sarhei Road has immense potential in investment and Ahmedabad’s improving connectivity with Gandhinagar will boost many micro-markets in the city.


    The figures are taken from one source and may vary from source to source. Members are more than welcome to give their real time inputs.
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    Re : Ahmedabad Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

    What are rates for Residential accommodation near Jivaraj Hospital and Ayojan Nagar Society area?


    Have any questions or thoughts about this?