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sector 11 dwarka
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    6,062 / sq ft
    Avg. price (1,2,3,3+ bhk)
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    28,119 / month
    Avg. rent (1,2,3,3+ bhk)

Sector 11 Dwarka Property

  • Apartment (243)
  • 1 bhk, 47 L - 53 L

    9,636 - 10,444 /sq ft
  • 2 bhk, 47.5 L - 1.2 Cr

    6,333 - 10,667 /sq ft
  • 3 bhk, 90 L - 2.3 Cr

    6,224 - 11,919 /sq ft
  • 3+ bhk, 1.8 Cr - 2 Cr

    7,143 - 7,400 /sq ft

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price (per sq.ft)

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sector 11 dwarka

4,239 - 9,701-32%

Paschim Vihar

7,032 - 15,712-

Safdarjung Enclave

7,960 - 27,504-47.8%

Uttam Nagar

1,137 - 28,4677.2%

Defence Colony

14,777 - 46,709-16.5%

East of Kailash

11,357 - 27,465-15.3%

Greater kailash 1

11,975 - 27,472-30.5%

Greater Kailash II

12,218 - 36,382-28.7%

Malviya Nagar

7,101 - 16,48831.3%

Saket

9,742 - 19,897-

Uttam Nagar west

1,956 - 38,516-
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