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      • Investing in overseas property markets: Pros and Cons

        Overseas real estate markets attract many Indian home buyers and has been gaining popularity recently. But is it worth investing in a property market abroad? What are the advantages, costs and other aspects that an investor / buyer needs to consider before taking the plunge?
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      • Can urban property markets be affected by traffic conditions?

        Well, it might seem out of context but can traffic issues affect the real estate market of cities and localities?
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      • Nagpur Locality, Property Rates and Price Trends

        Nagpur, the central city of India is also the third most important city of Maharashtra after Mumbai and Pune. Nagpur is located at the centre of India’s peninsula. A survey conducted by the ABP News-Ipsos Group had adjudged Nagpur to be the most liveable city in India, in terms of health care facilities, educational facilities and other amenities.

        Connectivity
        Two of the country’s most important highways pass through Nagpur - the Varanasi-Kanyakumari or NH7 and the Kolkata-Hajira NH 6. The NH69 connects Obaidullaganj close to Bhopal with Nagpur. The city is also at the confluence of two Asian Highways- the AH46 from Dhule to Kharagpur and AH 43 to Matara, Sri Lanka from Agra. The Mumbai-Aurangabad-Nagpur Express Highway connects Mumbai with the city through Aurangabad and lowers the distance between NH 3 and NH6.

        For interstate and intercity travel, the MSRTC has two bus stations in the city- at Mor Bhawan in Jhansi Rani Square, at Sitabuldi and Nagpur Bus Sthanak situated in Ganeshpeth. Nagpur Mahanagar Parivahan Limited or NMPL also operates low floor Star Buses which serve roughly 2.5 lakh citizens every day.

        There are 260 train stops at the Nagpur Junction which include Rajdhani Express, Passenger and Mail and roughly 1.5 lakh passengers travel in these trains every day. The city has one airport - Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport.

        The Nagpur real estate sector is showing a positive trend, thanks to the easily accessible modes of transport.

        Educational and healthcare facilities
        Nagpur has numerous educational institutions (Visveswaraya National Institute of Technology) are located in the city. An AIIMS and IIM have been planned for the city. The healthcare facilities of the city have been classified to be the best throughout the country. Numerous government hospitals and a few private ones cater to people from Orissa, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh.


        Industries and other Projects

        MIDC Industrial Areas

        Nagpur is one of the important zones for power generation in the state. Its industrial area in Butibori is one of the largest in the continent. Some of the thermal power stations that operate in the city include Khaparkheda Thermal Power Station and Koradi Thermal Power Station. The Super Thermal Power Plant of Mauda is roughly 40 kilometres from here.

        The Hingna Industrial Estate towards the city’s western fringes has 900 SMEs set up. One of the largest firms is owned by Mahindra and Mahindra which manufactures tractors. With such a large work force required, property in Nagpur seems to have found the pace to cater to them. Some of the other companies based here are Candico, Bajaj Auto Group, Sanvijay Group and Ajanta Toothbrushes. The city is also the centre of production for ice cream makers Dinshaws and dry food makers, Haldirams. Ayurvedic product makers, Baidyanath and Vicco are also situated here.

        MIHAN
        Multimodal International Cargo Hub and Airport located in Nagpur or MIHAN is being developed for Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport. It is the largest economic development project which aims to make use of Nagpur’s central position. Two cargo hubs shall be there with rail and road connectivity. The project is being financed by Indian banks and the Airports Authority of India. TCS is currently busy building a campus of 50 acres on the MIHAN SEZ. Infosys has also commenced construction in the IT SEZ. Other companies that have a presence here include Wipro Technologies, HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra. The Nagpur property is therefore a sought after property in the state of Maharashtra.


        Nagpur Metro Railway
        The Nagpur Metro Railway project was announced by Maharashtra’s government. It shall be undertaken in two phases- Phase I which runs from MIHAN to Sitabuldi and Butibori through the Airport and the second Phase of 20 kilometres from Automotive Square in Kamptee to Sitabuldi. The Delhi Metro Railway Corporation shall study the alignment and provide a detailed project report. The Nagpur Metro Transport Co Ltd. will be spearheading the development of the project, in collaboration with the NIT.


        Some statistics
        Number of properties listed in Nagpur - 15010
        Properties in Nagpur start from – Rs. 96750
        Average price of properties in Nagpur – Rs. 31.63 lakhs
        Most expensive property listed in Nagpur - priced at Rs. 29.00 crore
        Number of localities in Nagpur showing an upward trend - 61
        Numbers of localities in Nagpur showing a downward trend - 46


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        started a topic Kochi Locality, Property Rate And Price Trends

        Kochi Locality, Property Rate And Price Trends

        Kochi is one of the most sought-after property market among Indians and NRIs and irrespective of the dull real estate market, property prices in Kochi have shown double digit growth.

        Property prices in Kochi grew by 12.8 per cent in the October-December quarter of 2017. The average capital values across the major micro markets of Kochi, which was below Rs 4,000 per sq feet till recently, has now reached Rs 5,000 per sq feet.

        Why is Kochi’s real estate market performing better?
        There is a general perception that owing to the fact that Kochi residents are primarily employed in the Gulf, the surplus money has been able to transform the city into a coveted metro city. An estimation suggests that one-fourth of the home buyers in the city are expat professionals hence boosting the luxury segment and multiple property investments.

        Commercial growth
        Kochi is growing commercially and it’s tourism and international trade is on an all-time high. The IT sector has also ventured into Kochi due to the lower costs and friendly climatic conditions. As a result, the demand for quality office spaces, hotels, retail outlets and residential apartments has increased over the years.

        The factors that have boosted Kochi’s property market
        Kochi has significantly emerged as one of the key commercial and industrial hubs of Kerala, making it a profitable investment option for Indians and non-resident Indians (NRIs) alike. Also, Kochi has seen remarkable infrastructure development, with access to world class healthcare and educational facilities, making it the city that it has become now.

        Also, Kochi is the only city in Kerala with metro rail connectivity and a container terminal to facilitates international trade. To top it up, major IT parks, like Kochi Infopark and SmartCity at Kakkanad, have transformed the city into a key IT hub, bringing in more people for jobs and hence increasing the demand of residential homes.

        The IT sector and Landmark initiatives
        Kochi’s landmark infrastructure initiatives, and government initiatives like single window clearance and concessional power tariff, have been instrumental in driving up property prices in the city. The Kochi Metro has also provided a welcome boost to the realty market.

        The healthy growth in the IT sector has ensured that Grade A office stock expanded from less than five million sq ft in 2012 to 10 million sq ft in 2017, resulting in an increase in residential prices. The city has three primary markets – Marine Drive, Kakkanad and Edapally, out of which Kakkanad has emerged as a prominent IT corridor. 90 per cent of the IT developments are envisaged along this corridor.

        Educational institutions and medical facilities
        The mushrooming educational institutions and medical facilities across the city have led to a constant flow of migration into Kochi, from other areas of Kerala and other neighbouring states, making it a densely populated city. There are also plans to transform Infopark into one of the major IT parks in the country. Established in 2004, it has already attracted investments from IT majors like TCS, Wipro, Affiliated Computer Services, OPI Global, IBS Software Services and US Technology. The IT majors and MNCs in Kakkanad, have also led to a surge in housing development in and around Kakkanad. In a nutshell, there are multiple demand drivers that have led to the growth of the real estate market in Kochi and not just the Gulf money.

        Kochi’s USPs
        Booming tourism and international trade.
        Inclusion in the first 20 Smart Cities.
        First tier-2 city to have a metro rail.
        Proliferation of educational institutions and medical facilities.
        Healthy investment from NRIs.

        Some statistics:
        Number of properties listed in Kochi - 288
        Property prices in Kochi start from - Rs. 1.80 lakhs
        Average price of properties in Kochi - Rs. 77.84 lakhs
        Most expensive property listed in Kochi - priced at Rs. 6.65 crore
        Number of localities in Kochi showing an upward trend - 13
        Numbers of localities in Kochi showing a downward trend - 7

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        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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      • Buyback guarantee schemes: worth buying?

        Buyback schemes are said to be designed to safeguard the interests of buyers on a whole against price fluctuations but are they worth investing in? What do home buyers need to be wary of before buying such properties?
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      • mmalhot
        started a topic Goa Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

        Goa Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

        For beginners, Goa's property prices have only on the rise since more than two decades and every real estate rule and regulation has been flouted over the years by the builder-politician nexus that Goa witnesses since decades. Everybody has been cashing upon the rush to get a coveted piece of land in the most coveted market.
        The demand for property in Goa has not ceased in the last two decades, though the impact of demonitisation and other regulations have begun to show changes in the market. Nevertheless, Goa still remains the coveted piece of land that it has been since decades.

        Some statistics:
        Number of properties listed in Goa - 1425
        Properties in Goa start from - around Rs. 8.00 lakhs
        Average price of properties in Goa – Rs. 2.26 crore
        Most expensive property listed in Goa - at Rs. 30.00 crore
        Number of localities in Goa showing an upward trend - 6
        Numbers of localities in Goa showing a downward trend - 11


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      • Jalandhar Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

        Jalandhar is the oldest city of Punjab with ancient features of its cultures and cuisine. In recent past, Jalandhar has witnessed rapid urbanization and is an industrialized centre with commercial activities. All of this has led to a hike in the price of properties in Jalandhar.

        Economy of Jalandhar
        Jalandhar has several small manufacturing enterprises and self-employment is the main occupation. There is a concentration of furniture and glass manufacturing industries in the region and goods are transported to nearby cities. Apart from such, manufacture and exports from Jalandhar include sports equipment, leather goods, rubber goods and auto parts.

        Lifestyle
        The quality of life is high in Jalandhar and there are some good schools, hospitals, banks, shopping zones and entertainment zones in the region. Some upscale localities include Jawahar Nagar, Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar, Butta Mandi and Civil Lines. Several upcoming properties in Jalandhar are located here and every amenity found in luxury projects across India are found here.

        Prices of under construction Jalandhar property are comparable to those prevailing in other Tier II and III cities.

        Some statistics:
        Number of properties listed in Jalandhar - 3823
        Properties in Jalandhar start from around Rs. 5.28 lakhs
        Average price of properties in Jalandhar - Rs. 4.50 lakhs
        Most expensive property listed in Jalandhar is priced at Rs. 18.00 crore
        Localities in Jalandhar showing an upward trend - 0
        Localities in Jalandhar showing a downward trend - 2

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      • Chandigarh Locality, Property Rate and Price Trends

        Chandigarh property market had always been about independent houses and villas with buyers opting for plotted developments over apartments, until recently. With many real estate brands venturing into the city, homebuyers have been opting for spacious apartments as well.

        Price trend
        Average price for 2BHK apartment – around Rs 45 lakh
        Average price for 3BHK – Around Rs 1.04 crore.
        Average price for 4BHK and 5BHK – Between Rs 2.36 crore and Rs 3.55 crore or more (relative to number of rooms, amenities, total area, location, quality of construction, etc.)

        The top localities
        Some of the top localities in Chandigarh are Chandi Mandeer, Dera Bassi, Madhya Marg, Mullanpur, Sector 2, Sector 15, Sector 35, Panchukula and Zirakpur.

        1BHK options:
        Budget up to Rs 10 - Areas like Dera Bassi.
        Budget between Rs 25-75 lakh - Kharar Mohali, Dera Bassi, Zirakpur, Zirakpur Ghazipur Road, Panchkula Sector 20, Bhago Majra Road Kharar, Mohali Sector 125, Sector 23, Sector 61 and Dhakoli Zirakpur.

        Plotted developments:
        Sector 21, Sector 33, Sector 44 Phase 1, Phase 2, Mullanpur land and Industrial Area
        Size range - 4,200-18,000 square foot (sqft) and 1,30,000 sqft and above in Mullanpur Land.
        Prices - up to Rs 20 crore (negotiable).

        Rental values
        Total number of properties - 2,400 properties on rent in Chandigarh
        Rental range - Rs 4,000 to Rs 3 lakh per month.
        Popular plush rental localities in Chandigarh - Sector 5, 8, 9, 10, 15, 18, 19, 33, 34, 36 Sector 115, Mohali Kharar, Mohali Sector 69, Panchkula Sectors 7, and 18.
        Popular affordable rental localities in Chandigarh - Dhakoli Zirakpur, Nayagaon, Sectors 42, 47-D of Chandigarh, Sectors 2, 11, 17 of Panchkula, etc.

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      • mmalhot
        started a topic Pune Locality, Property Rates and Price Trends

        Pune Locality, Property Rates and Price Trends

        The demand in Pune is generally for ready-to-move-in properties and despite the slowdown, the Pune real estate market has remained resilient due to a high demand from the IT/ITeS sectors. It has also witnessed considerable demand from non-resident Indians (NRIs), as it has provided stable returns on investment and handsome rentals.

        Though Pune has always been an affordable residential destination, in recent times homebuyers say that prices have scaled up due to infrastructure development and available jobs.

        Property prices in Pune have climbed up in the last one year by 14 per cent while the rental yield has been at 3.17 per cent.

        There are 1,129 ready-to-move-in projects for sale in Pune while 275 are in various stages of construction.

        Top localities in Pune:
        Aundh - Average property price is Rs 9,972 per sq ft.
        Kalyani Nagar - Property values at Rs 11,259 per sq ft.
        Shaniwar Peth – Average prices are at Rs 10,765 per sq ft.

        3,686 properties listed with maximum properties in Rs 61-71 lakh budget range.
        Another 3,553 units are in the Rs 51-61 lakh price range
        Budget range has 2,996 properties in the Rs 34-43 lakh price range.

        Villas:
        2070 Villas listed – starting at Rs. 9 lakh and up to Rs. 25 crore.

        Localities with affordable Villas:
        Yavat, Saswad Road, Shirur, Manchar, Rajgurunagar, Ghodegaon, Chinchwad Station Road, Bakori Road etc.

        Lavish Villas:
        Tingre Nagar, Aundh, Koregaon Park, Kalyani Nagar, Mundhwa, Dhayari, Boat Club Road and Kharadi to name a few.
        ptions.

        Here are the zonal top localities:

        East Pune - Mundhwa has the maximum options when it comes to property for sale and rent.
        Pune West - Hinjewadi, Baner and Bavdhan have most number of property listings while Baner, Hinjewadi and Kothrud are popular when it comes to the rental market.
        Pune North - Dhanori, Chakan and Tingre Nagar have maximum property choices if you are looking at a property for sale or rent.
        South Pune - Undri, Kondhwa and Dhayari are most popular when it comes to rent or buy.

        Shastri Nagar and Keshav Nagar are other bankable locations with a lot of property options.

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      • Kolkata Locality, Property Rates And Price Trends

        Kolkata is a cosmopolitan city and prices are still reasonable. Kolkata, the City of Joy has also emerged as a major infrastructure, construction and engineering, education and hospitality hub. Property prices in Kolkata have been steadily increasing and there have not been any sudden high and lows in any of the localities.

        The price trend in Kolkata over the last one year has been next to negligible. Data shows that property prices in Kolkata have gone down by 11 per cent. For those of you looking at rental returns, an annual rental yield of 4.90 per cent is easily the highest in the country. The annual rental yield refers to the percent of property cost you would be able to recover in a year’s time. At present, there are 1,136 ready-to-move in units in the city while 288 are under-construction.

        Top localities in Kolkata are:

        Bhawanipur - average property price stands at Rs 10,112 per sq ft. and price growth in Bhawanipur is 3.7 per cent
        Elgin - property prices are as high as Rs 19,800 per sq ft but prices seem to have fallen.
        Kalighat - average property prices stand at Rs 9,950 per sq ft
        Gariahat - average price at Rs 9,300 per sq ft

        Maximum property prices in Kolkata are in the Rs 24-35 lakh budget segment followed by Rs 34-43 lakh segment.

        Around 7,000 units are available in this range collectively.

        Affordable purchases in Villas start at Rs. 10 lakh in localities such as Barrackpore, Hooghly Chinsurah, Kalyani Barrackpore Expressway, Amtala Baruipur, Barrackpore Barasat Road, Doharia, Madhyamgram, Akra among others.

        Lavish lifestyle may cost between Rs 5-30 crore for spacious units on sale in localities like Ballygunge, Alipore, Mandevilla Garden, Palm Avenue, New Town, New Alipore, Gariahat, Ripon Street etc.


        Here are the zonal top localities

        Kolkata East - Keshtopur, Salt Lake City, EM Bypass

        North Kolkata - New Town, Rajarhat and Dum Dum

        South Kolkata - Tollygunge, Joka and Behala, Picnic Garden

        West Kolkata - Uttarpara Kotrung, Howrah, Konnagar, Santragachi

        Other localities - Airport Road, Dum Dum Cantonment and Hooghly.


        For rental units - Action Area I, Prince Anwar Shah Road and New Town Action Area 1


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      • Indore Locality, Property Rate And Price Trends

        Indore properties start from around ₹ 3.10 lakhs and the average price of properties in Indore is ₹ 60.22 lakhs. Nearly 45 localities in Indore are showing an upward price trend while 40 localities are showing a downward trend.

        Overall, the price trend in Indore has been moving up since the last six months.

        Some figures (might vary a bit from portal to portal)
        Number of properties listed in Indore are 6282 | Properties in Indore starts from around ₹ 3.10 lakhs |
        Average price of properties in Indore is ₹ 60.22 lakhs | Most expensive property listed in Indore is priced at ₹ 19.80 crore | Localities in Indore showing an upward trend is 45 | Localities in Indore showing a downward trend are 40

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      • Ghaziabad Locality, Property Rate And Price Trends

        Ghaziabad properties start from ₹ 9000 and the average price of properties in Ghaziabad is ₹ 42.79 lakhs. Around 61 localities in Ghaziabad are showing an upward price trend while 62 localities are showing a downward trend.

        Overall, the price trend in Ghaziabad is moving down since the last six months.

        Some figures (might vary a bit from portal to portal)
        Number of properties listed in Ghaziabad are 44751 | Properties in Ghaziabad start from around ₹ 9000 | Average price of properties in Ghaziabad is ₹ 42.79 lakhs | Most expensive property listed in Ghaziabad is priced at ₹ 75.00 crore | Localities in Ghaziabad showing an upward trend is 61 | Numbers of localities in Ghaziabad showing a downward trend are 62

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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.

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      • Will Gudi Padwa push property sales in 2018?

        Gudi Padwa is upon us and many developers are banking on it for a boost in property sales this year. But will Gudi Padwa turn out to be as fruitful as they hope it turns out to be? Will people take the first plunge of the year by booking in Gudi Padwa? Experts say property sales would see some spike! What do you guys think?
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      • Religion Conversion Impact on Property Rights

        What does the law say about religion conversion? As many families tend to banish such individuals and deprive them of their share. So, do coverts have a rightful share in any ancestral property?
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        Last edited March 12 2018, 12:02 PM.
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