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Indian Real Estate Market Problems And Prospects

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India is a very large country of South Asia, the second most populous country in the world and the seventh largest by extension. The Indian continent from many centuries has been well known for its rich culture and commerce. To make your real estate investment more and more beneficial for you in this country, you need to rely on a network with a lot of real estate experience. Through an operating platform of a realtor investment becomes easier and safer for you as the firm helps to find the property in India.

The real estate market in India is undoubtedly growing local demand for housing space and office incredibly intense, but the market has to be regarded as emerging market for investors because the laws concerning foreign direct investment in the real estate market in India are so restrictive that the benefit of the real estate sector of India is far from straightforward.

This article is an attempt to combine some of the facts and figures which we hope will help anyone who joined the business of Indian real estate. There were changes made to the public good laws concerning foreign direct investment in the back of the real estate sector in February 2005 now mean that the Indians passersby (most commonly designated NRIs) and companies Overseas (CBOs for short) can invest up to 100% in the housing sector.

The government of India also has some rules in place that allow foreign investors to buy commercial property in India. if these properties are to be used by the company for business purposes. Most of the projects where FDI is allowed in a loop period of the investment of a minimum of 3 years to prevent speculative investment, but the good news for companies or NRIs who want to achieve in the real estate market of investment in India is that investment in smaller projects is now a real possibility. Before the IDF is allowed only in projects on sites larger than 100 acres, this was reduced to 25 acres. For individuals who wish to incorporate the real estate market in India is the easiest way to buy into an investment fund.

Changes to laws relating to FDI and the real estate industry in general that were announced back in 2005 rules of the investment fund of the Sierra relaxed to the point where many experts believe a sector of the investment company of real estate (REIT) could now emerge.

Meanwhile there are a number of attractive and transparent funds available from reputable investment houses that do not prohibit individuals hassle free entry into the real estate market in India. In terms of state of the real estate market in India in general and Mumbai property in particular care must be taken when acquiring any land or real estate because the fact of registration of title is not updated and independent legal advice should be taken at each stage of the process that buying property in India.

If anyone has a definitive guide to the process to purchase real estate in Mumbai, he/ she can maximize the benefits to the maximum. But a proper professional guideline is necessary before any investment.

Delhi Property – 16th Most Expensive Real Estate Market Of The World

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Delhi, the capital of India, has been the real hotspot in the real estate industry in the country. In recent years, Delhi property market is growing at a phenomenal rate due to great improvement in the transport system, expansion plan of 65 km- long Delhi Metro Rail and the commencement of 2010 Commonwealth Games in the capital. A real estate consultancy has rated recently New Delhi as the 16th most expensive real estate market of the world and the costliest retail destination in India. The demand for real estate development is expected to remain robust across Delhi property market due to huge demand from IT/ITES sector.

Residential Real estate
Delhi residential real estate market segment is growing exponentially because of huge demand for housing from IT/ITES and foreign diplomats. South Delhi is the most happening residential place in Delhi property market and the rental values of residential properties like the flats, villas and duplex houses are extremely at higher end.

Commercial Real Estate
The leading retail brands in Delhi property estate market has generated huge demand for commercial space in the city because of its large format retailing and burgeoning demand from IT/ITES segment as well.

New Delhi commercial market space is broadly classified into:
Central Business District Connaught Place
Secondary Business District Nehru Place & Bhikaji Cama Place in South Delhi
Peripheral Business District Jasola, Saket & Noida.
Some of the major transactions in Delhi property market are:

Central Business District
Ministry of Finance 15,700 sq.ft.
Edelweiss 13,500 sq.ft.
Maquaire 7,000 sq.ft.
Atlanta 20,000 sq.ft

Secondary Business District

Nehru Place
Sunflag 3,500 sq.ft.
Jasola

Porsche 14,000 sq.ft.
Sapient 22,000 sq.ft.
Hansgrohe 23,000 sq.ft.
Juniper Networks 8,000 sq.ft.

Saket
ICICI Prudential 10,000 sq.ft.

Peripheral Business District
Gurgaon
LI & Fung 200,000 sq.ft.
Deloitte 70,000 sq.ft.
Ericsson 70,000 sq.ft.
Kyocera -12,000 sq.ft.
Fujifilm – 10,000 sq.ft
Noida
Accenture – 2,00,000 sq.ft
Sapient – 2,00,000 sq.ft
Amway 26,000 sq.ft

Conclusion
Thus, Delhi is a preferred place for investors worldwide and the city is a significant destination for leading MNCs, IT/ITES companies and corporate pouring lot of investments that in turn creating a hue demand for commercial real estate space in Delhi property market.

According to industry survey, Delhi real estate is considered to touch greater heights in the hospitality sector with 27 new hotels and serviced apartments with more than 4900 rooms in the next 3-4 years. And, the other interesting and fascination information is that Delhi real estate is expected to touch minimum hundred shopping malls by end of 2010 due to burgeoning retail space demand in Delhi real estate market.

Arbitration And Conciliation Act In India An Overview

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Arbitration, an age old concept in India, is a part of Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) with other popular ADR processes like Conciliation and Mediation. In India Alternate Dispute Resolution is governed by the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 which is created on the lines of the Model Law of the UNCITAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law). This article identifies certain problem areas of the Arbitration Laws of India, highlights some of the revolutionary decisions by Supreme Court and points out some of the misuses as well.
Problem areas:
Over the past decade, the lofty objective of enacting this Act stands substantially diluted due to various reasons as follows:
a.Inability of parties to exercise their rights explicitly provided under the statute
b.The overdependence on retired judges as arbitrators
c.Expansive delays
d.Considerable expense
e.Legal professionals treating arbitrations as an extension of the court proceedings and converting them to lengthy trials.
f.Exercise of appellate power under Section 34 of the Act – a virtual practice to challenge each and every award irrespective of whether it fits within the limited grounds specified in Section 34.
These render nugatory the stated intent of creating an arbitral process that is fair, efficient and capable of meeting the needs of the specific arbitration resulting in an explosion of litigation as against the stated intent of reducing the same.
Revolutionary decisions:
The Supreme Court, while dealing with such rival contentions has held that interpretation of a contract may fall within the realm of the arbitrator. The Court while dealing with an award would not reappreciate the evidence. An award containing reasons also may not be interfered with unless they are found to be perverse or based on a wrong proposition of law like an error apparent on the face of the award. If two views are possible, it is trite, the Court will refrain itself from interfering. Jurisdiction of the court to interfere with an award made by an arbitrator is limited. On contrary to this, in recent times, the courts were impelled to have fresh look on the ambit of challenge to an award by the arbitrator so that the award does not get undesirable immunity.
The Court also quoted it is correct that courts shall not ordinarily substitute their interpretation for that of the arbitrator. It is also true that if the parties with their eyes wide open have consented to refer the matter to the arbitration, then normally the finding of the arbitrator should be accepted without demur. There is no quarrel with this legal proposition. But in a case where it is found that the arbitrator has acted without jurisdiction and has put an interpretation on the clause of the agreement which is wholly contrary to law then in that case there is no prohibition for the courts to set things right.
While the conclusion may not be so relevant, it is the reiteration of the aforementioned principles that is reassuring. One can only hope that this would guide the hands of all judicial authorities while entertaining appeals under Section 34.
Misuse:
Misuse of the process of Arbitration by companies and parties is also not unheard of and is even prevalent in international commercial arbitration where the arbitration agreement or the arbitration clause may stipulate sole and mixed arbitral commissions. These depend primarily on whether the disputes are to be referred to a single arbitrator or the parties may appoint an arbitrator each with an umpire presiding over the arbitration commission.
Problems as discussed again arise when the party to the agreement in power may force the other party or parties to sign an arbitration agreement or arbitration clause created to cause pecuniary or territorial discomfort to ensure a quicker or unfair settlement. The conclusion is obvious. If arbitration is to survive, ADR lawyers must insist on institutional arbitration to ensure Alternate Dispute Resolution becomes a better alternative to Court litigation.
The USP of resolving disputes through Arbitration was its relative simplicity, economy, speed and privacy. However, over the time it has been observed that Institutional Arbitration through Associations or Societies like The Indian Council of Arbitration (ICA) , Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), FICCI Arbitration and Conciliation Tribunal (FACT), The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) etc. is the best since they conduct Arbitration as per rules laid down which have stood the test of time and where the reputation of the Arbitrator is impeccable while at the same time the parties to arbitration know very clearly what the cost of the said arbitration be.
It is unfortunate that most litigants and parties do not opt for institutional arbitration which has time and again proven its mettle in providing fast, economical and completely impartial resolutions of disputes within the ambit of strongly laid down process and guidelines.

Current Property Rates Of Mumbai

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The financial capital of India, Mumbai has always been the leader in the indicative prices of the Indian real estate market. Even during the slowdown, Mumbai is the frontrunner when it comes to property. In the past as well, it has shown a record rise in real estate prices at par with some of the highest property prices in the world. That is why Mumbai is called the Manhattan of India.

It is not only the residential market of Mumbai that boasts of skyrocketing property prices but the commercial market of the city as well touch the sky. But these days, due to the slowdown, the city is witnessing a correction in prices both in residential and commercial markets. In fact, it is the best time to buy a property in the city with the developers offering lower prices and discounts. Also, one should consider buying property now with lower interest rates on home loans provided by banks.

The real estate prices as well as the increase in rental values in Mumbai can be credited to the large scale investments in the commercial sector and the residential sector. Mumbai has always been the favorite spot for the corporate sector for developing their headquarters in the city. Besides that, increasing investments by MNCs in the IT, ITES and the BPO sector have led to a growing demand for office space; which as a result have created an imbalance in demand and supply for residential property. The rental values in Mumbai are also high in comparison to that in other metros and cities.

The retail market of Mumbai also witnessed a huge hike in prices during the boom in the real estate market. In fact, it is one of the foremost cities to be hit by the retail buzz. With the coming up of the retail market, there has been an increasing demand for retail properties in the financial capital of India. This increase in demand has created a viable market for mall space and other kind of retail stores and showrooms. These retail stores and malls are either owned by a business or some brand outlet or leased for hefty prices as their demand is usually very high.

Mumbai has been ranked seventh among the most expensive cities in the world to carry out a business and to live in.

Although, the prices of different kinds of property in Mumbai differ from location to location, the following is an indicative list of realty prices of both the residential as well as commercial spaces in Mumbai.

Here are some indicative rates to apprise you of the market conditions.
Prices in South Mumbai in April 2009:
Cuffe Parade – Rs 20, 000 62, 000 per sq ft
Churchgate Rs 18, 000 30, 000 per sq ft
Marine Lines Rs 14, 000 22, 000 per sq ft
Malabar Hill Rs 20, 000 65, 000 per sq ft
Napeansea Road Rs 20, 000 65, 000 per sq ft
Worli Rs 18, 000 45, 000 per sq ft
Prabhadevi Rs 13, 000 24, 000 per sq ft
Mahim Rs 8, 500 14, 000 per sq ft

Prices in Central Suburbs in April 2009:
Byculla Rs 8, 500 11, 000 per sq ft
Wadala Rs 5, 000 8, 000 per sq ft
Sion Rs 6, 500 9, 500 per sq ft
Kurla Rs 4, 000 6, 500 per sq ft
Powai Rs 4, 500 9, 000 per sq ft
Chembur Rs 3, 750 7, 000 per sq ft
Ghatkopar Rs 4, 500 7, 500 per sq ft
Bhandup Rs 3, 750 6, 000 per sq ft
Mulund Rs 3, 750 7, 000 per sq ft
Thane Rs 4, 000 6, 000 per sq ft
Dombivalli Rs 1, 400 2, 500 per sq ft
Kalyan Rs 1, 400 2, 200 per sq ft
Ambernath Rs 1, 100 1, 600 per sq ft

Prices in Navi Mumbai in April 2009:
Vashi Rs 3, 250 5, 500 per sq ft
Airoli Rs 2, 500 4, 000 per sq ft
Kopar Khairane Rs 3, 500 5, 000 per sq ft
Sanpada Rs 3, 000 5, 000 per sq ft
Nerul Rs 3, 000 5, 000 per sq ft
CBD Belapur Rs 3, 000 5, 000 per sq ft
Kharghar Rs 2, 000 4, 000 per sq ft
Kalamboli Rs 1, 400 2, 200 per sq ft
Panvel Rs 1, 800 2, 700 per sq ft

Prices in Western Suburbs in April 2009:
Bandra (E) Rs 7, 000 11, 000 per sq ft
Bandra (W) Rs 16, 000 28, 000 per sq ft
Khar (E) Rs 7, 000 11, 000 per sq ft
Khar (W) Rs 13, 000 18, 000 per sq ft
Santacruz (E) Rs 9, 000 12, 000 per sq ft
Santacruz (W) Rs 12, 500 18, 000 per sq ft
Vile Parle (E) Rs 7, 500 11, 500 per sq ft
Vile Parle (W) Rs 10, 000 17, 000 per sq ft
Andheri (E) Rs 6, 500 9, 500 per sq ft
Andheri (W) Rs 6, 500 14, 000 per sq ft
Jogeshwari Rs 5, 000 8, 000 per sq ft
Goregaon (E) Rs 4, 500 7, 000 per sq ft
Goregaon (W) Rs 4, 800 7, 000 per sq ft
Malad (E) Rs 4, 500 7, 500 per sq ft
Malad (W) Rs 4, 000 6, 500 per sq ft
Kandivli (E) Rs 4, 500 7, 500 per sq ft
Kandivli (W) Rs 4, 500 6, 500 per sq ft
Borivli (E) Rs 4, 500 6, 500 per sq ft
Borivli (W) Rs 4, 000 6, 500 per sq ft
Mira Road (E) Rs 1, 800 2, 500 per sq ft
Naigaon (E) Rs 1, 200 1, 800 per sq ft
Vasai (E) Rs 1, 100 1, 800 per sq ft
Vasai (W) Rs 1, 000 1, 800 per sq ft
Virar Rs 1, 100 2, 000 per sq ft

Indian Real Estate Market Problems And Prospects

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India is a very large country of South Asia, the second most populous country in the world and the seventh largest by extension. The Indian continent from many centuries has been well known for its rich culture and commerce. To make your real estate investment more and more beneficial for you in this country, you need to rely on a network with a lot of real estate experience. Through an operating platform of a realtor investment becomes easier and safer for you as the firm helps to find the property in India.

The real estate market in India is undoubtedly growing local demand for housing space and office incredibly intense, but the market has to be regarded as emerging market for investors because the laws concerning foreign direct investment in the real estate market in India are so restrictive that the benefit of the real estate sector of India is far from straightforward.

This article is an attempt to combine some of the facts and figures which we hope will help anyone who joined the business of Indian real estate. There were changes made to the public good laws concerning foreign direct investment in the back of the real estate sector in February 2005 now mean that the Indians passersby (most commonly designated NRIs) and companies Overseas (CBOs for short) can invest up to 100% in the housing sector.

The government of India also has some rules in place that allow foreign investors to buy commercial property in India. if these properties are to be used by the company for business purposes. Most of the projects where FDI is allowed in a loop period of the investment of a minimum of 3 years to prevent speculative investment, but the good news for companies or NRIs who want to achieve in the real estate market of investment in India is that investment in smaller projects is now a real possibility. Before the IDF is allowed only in projects on sites larger than 100 acres, this was reduced to 25 acres. For individuals who wish to incorporate the real estate market in India is the easiest way to buy into an investment fund.

Changes to laws relating to FDI and the real estate industry in general that were announced back in 2005 rules of the investment fund of the Sierra relaxed to the point where many experts believe a sector of the investment company of real estate (REIT) could now emerge.

Meanwhile there are a number of attractive and transparent funds available from reputable investment houses that do not prohibit individuals hassle free entry into the real estate market in India. In terms of state of the real estate market in India in general and Mumbai property in particular care must be taken when acquiring any land or real estate because the fact of registration of title is not updated and independent legal advice should be taken at each stage of the process that buying property in India.

If anyone has a definitive guide to the process to purchase real estate in Mumbai, he/ she can maximize the benefits to the maximum. But a proper professional guideline is necessary before any investment.

Who Invented Super Built Up

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All over India, super built-up concept has taken its place in real estate transactions. It is applicable to residential units, commercial premises and now to the open vacant land.

Although, there is no place of such concept in any law for the time being inforce, the transactions cannot take place without it.

Question is, who invented and why ? When builders started selling concepts instead of flats in early 80s, they were asked to sell it on carpet and no due charges were given for the extra amenities they had provided.

The balcony was charged extra premium by the BMC and builder mounted balcony area on carpet area of the flat. And slowly he started adding areas of passage, common staircase, lift wells, compounds, terrace, gardens etc on the carpet area to maximise his profits.

The permissible built up ratio was 18% that time and is still applicable. But the trend changed over the years. Builders started mounting 23% in early 90s then 30% in late 90s and nowadays majority of the builder sells nothing less then 33% to 45% on residential units, 50% to 200% on commercial premises. Government agencies like MHADA, SPPL, DDA and CIDCO are also following the trend.

Landlords are also now very well informed on such practice and hence sell the open land to developers by adding 33% of saleable area.

This is not the practice in Mumbai alone. Ahmedabad, Delhi, Rajkot, Bangalore, Pune, Nashik, Kolkatta, Chennai and elsewhere in India are following the trend.

When Mr. Deepak Parikh, chairman, HDFC, boldly said in CREDAI meeting at Bangalore that the sale must be on carpet area, no developer came forward to announce his intention to sell at carpet area except Mantri Group. CREDAI has itself imposed code of conduct which clearly says that the carpet area must be mentioned in sale agreement. The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India failed to impose such code.

In Model Agreement under Maharashtra Apartment Ownership Act, it is mandatory to mention carpet area in sq.mtrs. And the model agreement is mandatory to be followed for entering into an agreement. But sellers never follows the model Agreement, instead drafts one sided agreement to protect them and attack the purchaser without any fault.

A thought was coined by MCHI office bearer, in a talk show on some channel recently, that we give extra amenities, extra open space, extra lifts and other amenities, we are charging for that. And super built-up area is just a method for calculating the rates. Either you pay Rs. 2600/- as super built up or Rs. 3800/- on carpet, my flat will cost Rs. 18,00,000/- for 2 BHK.

Open spaces are mandatory to be left alone in the Development Rules of BMC. The builder has to keep such open space. By just decorating and using it as USP for the project, it doesn’t give him any reason to mount on the carpet.

It is already written in DC Rules and proven that lift wells and staircase do not count in the total constructed FSI, hence charging such area on carpet is not justified.

Compounds also cannot be charged on carpet, because anything open to sky is not saleable. Non saleable areas cannot be sold by proxy. It cannot be counted in area of occupation. Also, open car parkings are been sold, hence builder should not charge the open compounds twice, once sold as car parking and secondly mounting such areas on carpet. Even open car parking cannot be sold.

Lastly, the customer who register their documents on super built-up area pays higher property tax, society charges for life time. He pays the taxes for lifetime on the area which he is not occupying and only mentioned on paper. Higher stamp duty and Registration charges on super built-up area is also not justified.

It was indeed a great concept two decades ago, but now when transparencies are discussed, the seller must be Caveat Emptor. Let the buyer be beware of everything which he is paying for. Founder Convenor Mr. K.V. Satyamurthy, FAAI rightly raised the voice as “Maap Mein Paap Nahin”. An upcoming rating agency sent a SMS to this author, said “Earth will swell 45%, if developed by a Mumbai developer”

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Suvarnabhoomi – Real Estate In Hyderabad

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The city of Hyderabad is known for its age old history that goes back for more than 400 years. The development of this great city is astounding as there is a lot of change that made this city grow into a bigger and a better place to stay for any from all over India. As per the information in 2008 the estimated metropolitan population of 6.7 million and as this beautiful city is known for its information technology savvy governance and ever increasing multinational companies that harbor employees from all over India and the world made the city grow more cosmopolitan. The real estate in Hyderabad is seeing new highs as these changes take place in most of the areas in the city. The land owners and the house builders are more than content as their real estate value started skyrocketing to new heights. With investors pouring in and the infrastructure getting better than ever before the economy is booming more than ever before. Suvarnabhoomi is the best real estate in hyderabad which is well known for providing plots in hyderabad and villas in hyderabad.

Hyderabad has grown to be a favorite hub for investors which have not only provided quality infrastructure for property investments but have also added attractions like special economic zones, industrial parks, IT campuses, and a new international airport to its credit. With the development of a township with state-of-the-art facilities called HITEC City in Hyderabad, the place has emerged as one of best places for property investments.

With all these factors the real-estate prices are affected tremendously and as we know that real estate prices generally fluctuate because of three factors: the demand-supply ratio, location of the property and the opinion of the buyer. Suvarnabhoomi in Hyderabad has fared positively on all the three counts.

With the demand for the IT companies and other multinationals looking for a comfortable space to put up their offices the demand for the prime location property couldnt match the supply and resulting in an increase in the price rise. Sensing the flow of the industry a number of Real Estate Construction companies have come up in Hyderabad which resulted in development of large number of housing societies in Hyderabad, India

The Natural Scene Of Goa Increases The Value Of Its Real Estate

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The Goa real estate exist their importance in itself. Who is unknown about the beauty of Goa, Goa is well known for their natural scene, which is God gifted. Its natural scene is the symbol of greenness and shows its prosperity. In the same way its natural scene is the key point for Goa real estate, which plays an important role in booming economy of India.
If we see its property segmentation, we find it in two parts, one is commercial and another is Residential property. Commercial property is covered by many types of shop, hotel, resorts, showrooms, offices and malls but residential property is covered by many housing board projects, apartments and modern type of industrial constructions etc.
If we see its real estate by state segmentation, we find its property in four parts such asEast, West, North and South Goa.
According to Real Estate Company Pearls group There is a plane to redesigned Goas old property in to the new by their restructuring and reconstructing plane.
There is a statements said by expert about Goa properties Goa property is as flexible for man as there atmosphere.
Jyoti Narayan who is the executive director gives own view about Goa and their property The group who had already property in Goa find more profit and make great existence to increase the value of real estate and make conditions boom able.
There are many ornament of Goa real estate like as Hospitals, Theater Community activities, Metro projects, Road projects and airways projects. After it Goa property is already decorated with many featured projects also.
To sum up, we can say that the person who want to invest in Goa property never will be hesitated because the profit by Goa property is not only financial but also mentally for rejoicing your spirits.

Manesar Real Estate Market

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Manesar is one of the fastest growing townships in India and is a part of Delhi NCR. After Gurgaon, Manesar has caught the eye of Haryana Government and has become the new centre of developments.

Many eminent real estate developers are planning to invest in Gurgaon-Manesar Expressway. Builders like Unitech, Raheja, Vatika, DLF and various others have bought land in Manesar to create townships.

The upcoming projects like Expressway to Jaipur and SEZs are bolstering up the value of property in Manesar. These projects are undertaken by Reliance, DLF, Unitech and Raheja and are helping in boosting the property prices in Manesar already. In fact, according to survey held recently, Manesar ranked among top 3 choices of investors for property investment.

Manesar, from a small village is soon scoring its place among major outsourcing hubs in India. This transformation could happen due to the rising needs of industrial and commercial sectors. IMT (Industrial Model Township) is the main attraction of Manesar for industrial buyers as it now houses more than 500 industrial units.

Upcoming investment plans in Manesar:

Large numbers of corporate leaders like Nippon, Baxter, Stanley, Toyota, Mitsubishi, etc have setup their business units in Manesar.

With already being a home to largest car and motorcycle manufacturers namely Maruti Udyog and Hero Honda, another corporate honcho, Suzuki is also coming up with plans to invest Rs. 2500 crores in Manesar.

Also, Japanese majors and other multinational companies like Samsung Telecommunications will soon establish a unit worth Rs. 850 crores in Manesar to commence the commercial production of their products.

Next in the pipeline are Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India with a plan of pumping in Rs. 300 crores in its plant in Manesar to improve its capacity.

As happens with every developing city that the demand for residential property is upped due to commercialization, the trend is well followed by Manesar too. The professionals employed by the multinationals generated the need for housing and apartment accommodation. The rapid development of both commercial and residential sectors in Manesar has made it extremely popular among property developers as well as property buyers. The boom in real estate market is at its peak and this is what makes of property in Manesar sell like hotcakes.

An industrial and commercial hub:

Manesar is now known as an industrial and commercial hub of the city and has long ago shredded its image of a village. Earlier, no one had ever thought that a small city like Manesar could hold such potential for real estate market. There could be many reasons for this metamorphosis:
When Delhi became congested, leading companies moved to nearby areas around the national capital. It went on to develop Gurgaon property market by carrying their operations there and when again it was exploited enough, they moved further to Manesar. Therefore, hefty investments from various MNCs and setting up of major establishments in the city led to its conversion into New Gurgaon as called by many over the past few years.

Hike in property prices:

The property rates have doubled and even trebled in some areas in Manesar and have jumped from Rs. 20-25 lakhs per acre to Rs. 1.10-1.40 crores per acre. In just few months, commercial property prices have hiked by whole 35-60% and residential property by over 35%.

Infrastructural Developments:

The construction of 135 km long Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway has further augmented the property prices in Manesar Property. This would be the longest expressway of India and the most expensive too.

Real Estate projects:

Corporate Tower
It is expected to fulfill business requirements of shops, offices, etc.

Commercial Towns
HSIIDC would develop 12 commercial towns.

Townships
DLF City is planning to develop a huge township while Vatika would undertake construction of plots and villas.

Karma Lakelands
Unitech would bring in Ultra Luxury villas with an 18 Hole Golf course.

Manesar is seen as the next generation IT-ITes destination and is conveniently located. It has become one of the most preferred places to invest money in for both buyers and investors.

Discover Top 10 Secrets Before Buying Commercial Property in Gurgaon

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With the tremendous prosperity of business and industries in Delhi NCR, several companies and shopping malls are mushrooming in the capital city of India, but due to lack of space of establishment of further commercial properties in Delhi, the builders are utilizing the nearby associated cities for making further development of commercial complexes.

1. Gurgaon is becoming a demanding place in real estate business both from the context of residential flats as well as commercial properties. The main reason behind this situation points towards the huge impact of improving technology and establishment of infrastructure.

2. Today people are struggling for better prospects so that they can survive in this world of competition in a better way. In search of a better living they are tending to migrate to metropolitan towns and cities and are settling there. Gurgaon can be the ideal place for a better living.

3. Gurgaon which was traditionally not counted under the developed cities have been categorized presently under one of the most prosperous and developed city in India. The Haryana government has taken several initiatives for the improvement of this particular place which is reflected through the infrastructural growth and immense work opportunities which assures career growth. Moreover, due to the contribution of reputed builders such as DLF, Gurgaon have experienced huge improvements.

4. The demand for commercial properties have increased at a tremendous rate in Gurgaon, therefore many companies are offering new projects of construction with such lucrative properties at lower rates at the time of booking.

5. If you are looking for purchasing such a property in this location, you can find out the one that falls well within your budget depending upon your requirements. The companies offer great deals for commercial properties, residential properties, rented accommodations, etc. In case you are not aware of the prices you can take the help for professional assistance for better guidance.

6. Taking assistance from the real estate agents can be the wisest decision since they can guide you to make bright investments which are featured with great growth perspectives depending upon your financial budget.

7. Undoubted investing upon property located in such prosperous areas will definitely yield you profit in the long run since investing upon properties is like investing upon gold where the value will increase in future.

8. Commercial property in shona road is highly on demand. The place is full of greenery and excellent for construction of properties.

9. Due to the excellent connectivity in Gurgaon such as the metro railways which connects Gurgaon to Delhi, Noida and other destinations saves a lot of time of the passengers who are bound to visit these places on a regular basis. All such reasons make Gurgaon a preferable destination for real estate businesses.

10. People residing in Gurgaon are highly dependent upon luxury and hence the builders are showing high interest in developing luxurious malls where within one complex people can shop for clothes, eatables and other raw materials, they will not have to travel to different places to in search of various items. These shopping malls are constructed with all sorts of luxurious facilities such as elevators, escalators, restaurants, well maintained wash rooms for ladies and gents, spacious car parking areas, etc.

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Author Bio: The author of this article dealing in residential and commercial properties in Gurgaon. Here he is sharing some facts that should be in mind when you are going to invest in commercial property in Gurgaon like office spaces, shops, complexes, shopping malls and more. For more details about commercial property visit at http://www.vipulgroup.in/Vipul-Business-Park-Gurgaon