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Haridwar

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  • 20.48%
    Annual Price Growth
    Annual increase in price per sq feet in this city, basis makaan listings
  • 3.42%
    Annual Rental Yield
    % of property cost that you are likely to recover as rent in 1 year

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Property Range in Haridwar

15 L2+ Cr
5,000 85,000+

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