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विशाखापट्नम

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  • -43.06%
    Annual Price Growth
    Annual increase in price per sq feet in this city, basis makaan listings
  • 5.74%
    Annual Rental Yield
    % of property cost that you are likely to recover as rent in 1 year

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Property Range in Visakhapatnam

15 L2+ सीआर
4,000 2+ L

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  • 2nd Jul 19

    What Makes Tier-II And Tier-III Cities Attractive For Developers?

    According to market research, real estate investments in Tier II & III cities have increased by around 20 per cent as compared to last year. These cities include Chandigarh, Jaipur, Udaipur, Sohna, Amritsar, Nagpur, Lucknow, Surat, Vadodara and Visakhapatnam. The development of physical and social infrastructure has pushed up the affordable housing demand in these cities.
  • 10th Aug 18

    All You Need To Know About Shriram Panorama Hills Villas

    Shriram Panorama Hills is a villa and apartment project coming up in Madhurwada in Vizag. The villa phase is already completed while apartment society is under-construction. The project has received rave reviews from the homebuyers due to its location landscape and design. Where to find Shriram Panorama Hills Villas for sale?Shriram Panorama Hills Villas are available for sale in Visakhapatnam....
  • 17th Mar 17

    Kerala Makes Way For 'Selfie' Homes

    Asset Homes, a Kerala-based realty firm, plans to launch selfie homes in Kochi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune and Visakhapatnam.
  • 13th Dec 11

    South Indian Cities on Target

    Techies of Indian origin based in US (popularly known as NRIs) are eying at property in South India.
  • 24th Sep 12

    The markets in Tier I and II cities are more secure

    While India's economic growth has definitely slowed, its growth rate is still considered moderate, especially in comparison with the volatile economic landscape currently prevalent across the globe. With regards to the upcoming year, we would anticipate that the housing construction sector continues to grow, albeit at a slightly lower pace, as the demand for housing still appears to exceed supply, and the weakening rupee makes India an attractive real estate investment destination for non-resident Indians.
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