Hyderabad’s Real Estate Market Heading towards a Balanced Growth


New Delhi, December 25, 2018: Hyderabad’s real estate market is growing at a decent pace, unlike other markets in the major cities of India, which are stuck in the post-demonetization phase. It is heading towards the right direction, almost unaffected by the introduction of several reforms in the last couple of years.

However, the city will need to further expand its horizons to other areas for a balanced real estate growth and overtake other metropolitan cities in the country, say experts at Modi Builders.

Current trends show that most areas surrounding the city’s center have almost choked, and locations like Gachibowli, Hayat Nagar, Kukatpally, Kompally, are grabbing the attention of realtors. Factors like availability of land, well-connected roads, clean and green environment are harnessing the buyers’ interest towards these locations.

Apart from this, the increasing number of residential, commercial and IT clusters have changed the outlook of real estate development in these areas. All the top builders in Hyderabad, including Modi Builders,are coming up with new projects in these areas. There are several apartments and villas available at reasonable rates. The upcoming projects are increasing the options for property seekers in the city.

As per the industry experts, all these locations are going to play a huge rule in the expansion of real estate market in Hyderabad. The main emphasis is on the infrastructure development in these locations for a sustainable growth.

Additionally, these location are providing all the modern amenities, which cannot be availed by living in the heart of the city. Lush green surroundings, play areas, gymnasium, swimming pools and many other facilities are making a huge difference in shaping up buyers’ decision.

Many real estate developers like Modi Builders have played their part in making these state-of-the-art projects available at affordable rates. However, the trend must continue to meet the growing demand of potential buyers in the next few years.

Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)