I have long dreamt to settle down in the hills…. And after visited to uttaranchal I found that this state is the best state to live after retirement.... :)

Please suggest me the best investment option in uttaranchal…..
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  • living in uttranchal

    uttranchal is no doubt a great place to live in, ive stayed here for along time now. from climate to people everything is great. if there is aplace which god really took an effort in making its this. as a resident of uttranchal i recommend this place highly to any one lookin for peace of mind .
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  • real estate investment in Uttaranchal

    Guys,

    Uttaranchal is one of the most beautiful and charming states of India. And it is enclosed by rivers and mountains. This is one of the most favorite tourist spot for travelers in India.

    If you are looking for investment in Uttaranchal ,you should invest in Rudrapur property. Rudrapur is considered to be the next beneficial destination for property investment and abroad real estate developers. In the last two years, 397 plots have been sold at Rudrapur to set up industrial units. :)
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  • Rudrapur-Uttranchal

    Rudrapur a dusty town you could zip through in five minutes on your way to Nainital ,slowly became just another milestone in the foothills of the Kumaon Himalayas.
    The Rudrapur roads are still dusty and pock-marked, but the traffic has suddenly turned heavy. Trucks loaded with industrial products and buses carrying workmen routinely clog the town's small arteries.

    Real estate prices have shot up 10-12 times in the last year. Billboards can be found all the way up to Delhi, 275 km away, inviting you to buy swank apartments with distinctively upmarket names like Piyush Greens.

    Real estate deals running into crores of rupees are no longer uncommon in Rudrapur and in adjoining towns like Haldwani, as are extortion calls from the local mafiosi. The town, where visitors struggle to find a decent hotel room at present, could soon boast of a Radisson and a Taj Ginger.

    After all, India Inc is pumping in well over $2 billion in the Pantnagar Integrated Industrial Estate on the outskirts of Rudrapur. The sugarcane and paddy fields have given way to pre-fabricated industrial structures. Sturdy Sikh farmers atop tractors have had to make way for senior executives in cars and SUVs. The buzz of a boomtown is unmistakable.

    In the last two years, 397 plots have been sold at Rudrapur to set up industrial units. The list of buyers includes top companies like Tata Motors, Bajaj Auto, Escorts, Voltas, Britannia, Nestle, Parle Biscuits, HCL, Hewlett-Packard, Dabur, Kores India.

    Ashok Leyland (on 175 acres) and Lenovo too are expected to be here soon. Once all the units are on steam, the town is expected to churn out products running into billions of dollars every year and provide employment to over 44,000.
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  • Dream of settling in Uttranchal

    Hi Mohan,

    Even i have a long dream of settling in himalayas and i think uttranchal is a good destination...my sister has also done research on this...would like to share with you...
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  • Dehradun is supposed to best in terms of everything hut rates are not so cheap there.
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