As one of the most sought after destinations when it comes to commercial and residential real estate, Gurgaon has witnessed an influx of potential buyers. With Delhi rapidly filling up, many people have shifted their focus to Gurgaon. Developers are looking at Gurgaon are strategising and planning projects that will encompass tall buildings, wide and large roads, and malls and shopping complexes.
Over the years, Gurgaon has become a hotspot for real estate – both residential and commercial sector. With finance pouring in from the government and other private industries, there is a great amount of planning to make Gurgaon a popular hub for real estate. Moreover, a significant in the employment and business sector has occurred in the city in the recent past; which has been one of the largest governing factors for the increase in the prices of property. Through a massive number of projects coming in, several people have invested in properties.
What Gurgaon also benefits from when it comes to real estate is additional features like security, private parking and open terrace and lawns. Buyers have been attracted by beautiful plots, located at ideal locations and within close proximity to landmarks, in South City. According to PropFisher.com, Gurgaon has acquired the status of being an ideal city that people have, and should, invest in. Some of the factors that have contributed to this include appreciation process, high level of security and rental income.
From the statistical point of view, Gurgaon has revelled in the growth of its real estate sector. since 2008, there has been a 28 percent growth in properties near NH 8, one of the principal factors to have helped Gurgaon catapult to its real estate glory, RoofOnTop.com notes. While the projects that were previously sold at Rs. 2400 to Rs. 2550 per square feet now fall in price range of Rs. 5000 to Rs. 7000 per square feet. There has been an increase in properties along the Dwarka Expressway as well. Citing a 25 percent increase, the properties that were priced at Rs. 2700 to Rs. 3100 per square feet increased in 2012 to Rs. 4500 to Rs. 6000 per square feet. Moreover, properties on Golf Course road have risen by 16 percent, and those on the Golf Course extension road have escalated by as much as 31 percent.
The advent of monorail has been another significant attribute that has caused the increase of property prices in the city. The rental values have gone up by 20 percent. The future looks bright for Gurgaon, as more builders in Gurgaon are building projects and attracting buyers.
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