There are very few case studies where the developers have flocked out to cities on sheer promise without registering their presence in the four metro cities. However, such migration to magnet territory is today quite visible in Gujarat where the developers from other states are increasingly flocking, most notably in the city of Ahmedabad.
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Urbanisation is inevitable and it changes the very look and feel of the cities across the country. However, probably none other city has been completely transformed the way cities like Ahmedabad and Vadodara and traditional old world charm has been overtaken by a thriving urban metropolis.
Track2Realty Exclusive: Property markets are often referred with reference to their key demand drivers. Every city has a key demand driver as far as the growth of the property market is concerned. Some have it by home grown end-user demand; others have it with investors finding it magnet for future while many have expat community driving the property market due to increased urbanisation and the professional opportunities.
Ahmedabad stands out as a city that weathered the market slowdown most smartly and the property market of the city was the first in the country that showed signs of recovery by June 2009 itself. Since then realty in Ahmedabad is back and booming, with nearly 35% appreciation.
Despite a gloomy global outlook, foreign direct investment (FDI) clocked a 31 per cent growth to $27.5 billion during January-December 2011 period. FDI inflows for January-December 2010 stood at $21 billion.
More than 500 real-estate projects worth over Rs.3,000 crore will be on display at a property show organised by Gujarat Institute of Housing and Estate Developers (GIHED).
Gujarat Institute of Housing and Estate Developers (GIHED) is expecting Rs.1,000 crore business during its two-day property exhibition at Goregaon starting on Saturday, September 10.
Consim Info Pvt. Ltd with online brands such as BharatMatrimony.com, IndiaProperty.com, EliteMatrimony.com and PrivilegeMatrimony.com has announced plans to expand its footprint in the online property business.
New Delhi-based research firm PE Analytics has drawn up plans to launch Real Estate Price Index in partnership with a leading commodity exchange.
It has always been axiomatic that when financial institutions raise their lending rates, there are bound to be ripples on the highly cost-sensitive Indian real estate market.