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- Good one...
It seems like Pune is also becoming like Mumbai RE market, with more speculators than actual end users. We are seeing matchbox sized flats these days. The same article may be reprinted by Replacing-All Mumbai with Pune.CommentQuote2Flag
- Excellent article. Thanks for sharing :)CommentQuote1Flag
- Very nice article emptypocket. :clap2:CommentQuote1Flag
- nicely putCommentQuote1Flag
- Pune is in same league. Every saturday's TOI property articles seem to try justifying the manipulated appreciation in Pune but property edition itself has gone thinner than a year back with crazy RE prices.CommentQuote1Flag
- Originally Posted by NCRTalkPune is in same league. Every saturday's TOI property articles seem to try justifying the manipulated appreciation in Pune but property edition itself has gone thinner than a year back with crazy RE prices.
+1. This can be seen clearly from Pune's biggest RE advertising newspapers :- TOI & Sakaal.
And the boards which used to placed on trees, laundry shop, flour mill etc. where they used to mention 'For Sale, 1 BHK, 2 BHK, 3 BHK'.... are also gone.
A guy who works in an advertisement agency (who are also in outdoor advertisement) told me that their revenues from builders have shrank by about 57% YoY. The jewellery business is more or less constant but the biggest jump in revenues they got was from advertisement of FMCG products & packaged food industry & therefore they met their growth targets.CommentQuote1Flag
- I read it again today after spending the day hunting and exploring. It hits you harder !CommentQuote1Flag