Kundli enjoys advantageous proximity to the upper-middle-class residential catchment of North Delhi. Against the backdrop of a landscape that is being increasingly defined by mega education, institutional and industrial projects as well as rapidly enhancing infrastructure, the prospects for the realty market within the Kundli-Sonipat belt remain upbeat.
There is a steady and inflexible demand for studio apartments, both in the metros and tier 2 cities. These apartments are usually the first to be sold out in a residential project that features them.
Integrated townships are rather complex with lower FAR, more open areas and an emphasis on creating a sustainable living ecosystem with residential and commercial spaces supported by an infrastructure backbone of power, roads, water, drainage and sewage – a virtual living and breathing city.
Gurgaon’s residential market performed decently in 2012, but the performance was not uniform all across. There were high levels of unsold inventory in some of the projects, while many others sold exceedingly well.
In terms of commercial real estate investment potential, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi NCR will continue to be of highest interest to big ticket investors focused on real estate in 2013. We also expect investor-driven demand to remain upbeat in Chennai, Hyderabad and Pune. Mumbai