Latest Answer: Guys In phase II the project is offering a range of apartments starting from compact two BHK units of 555 sq ft as well as three BHK and four BHK units up to 1,717 sq ft. The company has announced a launch price of Rs 4,700 per sq ft..
Latest Answer: Hey the corridor enjoys the advantages of easy accessibility to work areas, presence of educational institutions, hospitals and access to shopping districts. Also the current price levels and future growth potential make this corridor an ideal destination for investments. :)
Latest Answer: Nowadays the middle-income home buyers are moving towards the luxury apartments due to their higher disposable income and also due to income tax benefits of having more than one house. The trend is modest in Chennai.
Q:With the expectation of a stable government at the Centre and the industry betting big on growth in jobs and, thus, increased investments, the realty sector in Chennai is set for growth. KIndly discuss on this news.
Latest Answer: Hey the poor sentiment among home buyers has resulted in a decelerating trend in terms of sales over last four quarters. So the developers in Chennai have been smart enough to take cognizance of such a trend and have reduced the number of new launches in the preceding 12 months.
Latest Answer: The Chennai Metro Rail project which is expected to be ready by the end-2015, and the Monorail project which has recently gained momentum will drive residential prices along their respective corridors.
Latest Answer: Guys Madipakkam has the second highest supply for rentable units within this budget range. Madipakkam only offers 2BHK within a monthly rent of Rs 5000-10,000. These units are sized between 850 and 1000 sq ft and are available for Rs 7500-10,000 per month.