The city with a penchant for villas is mostly moving towards the periphery locations. In those locations the land cost is still very affordable. The buyers, mostly local communities, are preferring these plotted villas. Since the developers do not have the construction finance to bother, they can even hold it in the wake of slow sales.
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Most of the analysts who track the local property market maintain that the emerging market realities and the economy of the region has changed the way people look at the housing. This change has been pretty fast in the last over a decade. It is a paradigm shift in the housing market of the city.
The Axis RERA Fund has invested in Akshaya’s ‘Orlando’, a unique township project. The upcoming project is located in Kelambakkam, on the Old Mahabalipuram Road (‘OMR’) – Chennai’s famed IT corridor, which is home to some of India’s biggest IT campuses.
Is there something in the very DNA of the city that makes every global forecast refer Chennai as the future city on the global map? Analysts believe Chennai is not only the capital city of Tamil Nadu but is also the largest industrial and commercial centre in South India. The Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) is the flagship Urban Local Body in the Chennai Metropolitan Area (CMA). The Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) is the oldest municipal Institution in India.
At a time when the developers across the cities are struggling to either cope up or align with the emerging regulatory compliances like the RERA, these numbers clearly indicate that Chennai has not only been among the front runners in compliances and best practices but also ahead of the competition curve as far as the launches and absorption are concerned.
A closer look at some of the leading property markets of the country, like Mumbai, Pune, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore, clearly suggest that the market is poised for an upswing in the next few years. More importantly, it is not just the analysts but also the home-buyers who are today; ready to bet high on the long term growth story of the property market in these leading cities.
How many affordable homebuyers who leave to work early morning and come back late night actually need amenities like free Wi-Fi, amphitheatre, club, tennis court, swimming pool etc? Are many buyers in the average salaried class in a position to avail these facilities even though the developer has created e everything within the project? How long such fancy amenities are maintained once the project is over and the monthly maintenance charges are a huge issue?
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Embassy Residency is a project that has weathered many challenges since inception – right from legal issues to the perception issue of being a low lying area – and yet it is shaping up quite decent. It is in South Chennai and primarily meant for the people employed in IT corridor.
Track2Realty: SPR & RG Constructions have launched their flagship green-community project at Porur, adjacent to Sri Ramachandra Medical College. The project is conceptualised as a platform for all green lovers to congregate and live together as a community, in harmony with nature. Osian Chlorophyll claims to be a landmark residential project for Chennai, even as it raises the bar on green-consciousness and becomes a torchbearer for other builders to engage in a richer dialogue with our environment.