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Bengaluru Civic Body To Build 300 More 'Affordable'Although most young buyers look for apartments because these are easier to maintain, villas and bungalows have still not lost their charm. Bengaluru, of late, has opened up with options developed by both private developers as well as by the Bangalore Development Authority. After successfully allotting 90 per cent of the developed villas at Alur, the development body has invited tenders for the next lot of villa developments at Hunnigere village of Dasanapura.
This Is Where Bengaluru Is Looking For HomesMore and more people are moving to Bengaluru to find employment or to pursue higher education. This is precisely why the demand for property in Bengaluru never really subsided, a prolonged slump in India's property markets notwithstanding. Speaking of the demand, let us check out which are the areas of Bengaluru where homebuyers are searching for property. Let us also find out about the areas that are the biggest suppliers and improve your chances of finding a property quickly.
Indian Cities Gear Up To Tackle Sewerage IssuesIndia generates approximately 62,000 million litres of sewage and wastewater every day and a significant part of it is let untreated into water bodies. Serious health issues and lack of adequate number of sewage treatment plants (STPs) has become a serious concern for the government.
Bengaluru's Smart City Proposal To Focus On BoostingBengaluru's civic body, in its newly released Smart City proposal, has created plans for 17 wards including Malleswaram, Gandhinagar, Shivajinagar and Chamarajpet.
Central, South and East Bangalore race ahead with prThe Bangalore real estate market is essentially an end use market with growing interest from investment community. In an attempt to update & inform real estate investors regarding areas that have appreciated the most, Makaan.com, the fastest growing property website in India, conducted a research during the month of May 2012. The research tracked residential property prices in April-May 2012 and compared them with the corresponding figures for last year. The study was conducted across 5 major cities – Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad. The research for Bangalore was conducted among 98 key localities. Here are some findings of the research.