Tuesday, 5 September 2017

Top 10 Most Affordable Cities in India to Buy Property

Owning a property in today’s times is quite a difficult task, considering the expensive real estate options in metropolitan cities. Real estate prices in most metros are so steep that people prefer staying in rented apartments through their early 20s and 30s. However, if you want to get away from the hustle-bustle of big cities and settle in a smaller city with great infrastructure, green cover and civic amenities, you should seriously consider buying property in these cities:

Affordable Housing Destinations in India

  • Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
While Mumbai has little space remaining for more construction also is one of the most preferred destination by expats but expensive too. All those who want to to buy residential property in Mumbai but are not able to do so but want to remain close to Mumbai then Navi Mumbai is one of the best option. Navi Mumbai has shown great potential over the last few years. Not only is it greener, but also boasts quality schools and colleges, hospitals and other civic amenities. It is also less crowded and more cost-effective than Mumbai.
  • Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Ahmedabad is known for its spacious neighbourhoods, greenery, and spotless roads. The city also boasts very attractive and affordable housing in Ahmedabad that are available in prime and centrally located colonies, in close proximity to the best schools, malls, and open spaces.
  • Jaipur, Rajasthan
One of the most scenic and tourist-friendly cities in the country, Jaipur is renowned for its textiles, art, monuments, and historical heritage. The real estate market in the city has also risen exponentially over the last few years. You can own land at reasonable rates in Jaipur’s beautiful and upscale neighbourhoods.
  • Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
Not just another picturesque coastal town in Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore is one of the biggest trade hubs in the country. Witnessing immense industrial development over the years, Coimbatore has been an important centre for economic growth. It also boasts pleasant weather throughout the year despite being located in a tropical state.
  • Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh
As an important part of the National Capital Region, Ghaziabad is a spacious and sought after real estate hub in North India. As the Delhi-NCR belt grows, it is wise to invest in a property in Ghaziabad, to take advantage of its nearness to the important parts of North India such as Delhi, Chandigarh, Haryana and more.
  • Pune, Maharashtra
If you would like to go a little further than Navi Mumbai, but nonetheless stay within hours of Mumbai, Pune is perfect for you. The city experiences a wonderful winter, is home to many wonders and delicacies of Maharashtra and offers great amenities—all without the pollution and overpopulation characteristic of Mumbai.
  • Hyderabad, Telangana
The IT industry in Hyderabad is on an upward curve leading to plenty of jobs for everyone. You don’t need any more reasons to consider buying property in Hyderabad, but the city’s heritage combined with a vibrant lifestyle makes living here a great experience.
  • Kochi, Kerala
Kerala has shown itself to be one of the safest and happiest places to live in India, time and again. What better than Kochi in God’s Own Country! You can afford property in very clean and centrally-located areas on a low budget.
  • Nagpur, Maharashtra
Nagpur is one of the best cities to invest in Maharashtra as it is not yet as sought-after among property buyers. Famous for its oranges, Nagpur is conveniently located and connected to other parts of the state. It is also known for its cleanliness and good infrastructure.
  • Surat, Gujarat
Located close to Ahmedabad and other trade centres in Gujarat, Surat offers a dual opportunity—start a business or look for attractive employment opportunities. The textile industry here is thriving and the city is well connected by road and rail to all parts of India.


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