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    • 10th Nov 14

      HUDA offers 453 plots in Sector 56-A Faridabad

      Haryana Urban Development Authority(HUDA) is offering 453 plots in Sector 56-A Faridabad. The booking of the scheme commenced on September 1, 2014 and the last date to apply for the plots is November 10, 2014. The Housing Authority is offering the plots in a well planned Urban Estate. Listed below are some facts that you should know about the HUDA scheme
    • 14th Jan 14

      Property Price Trend in Chandigarh!

      Chandigarh is a city in Northern India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana and is an important real estate market in India. As per the recent analysis by Makaan.com Property Price Trends, per square feet (psf) price for buying a property in Chandigarh is Rs. 2,994/-.
    • 13th May 13

      Rental Property Price in Chandigarh

      Chandigarh is a city and Union Territory in India that serves as a capital of two states – Punjab and Haryana and is an important real estate market in India. As per the recent analysis by www.makaan.com Property Price Trends, per square feet (psf) price for rental a property in Chandigarh is Rs.10.13/-
    • 18th Apr 19

      5 Heritage Sites That Tower Over Mumbai's High-Rises

      The architectural history of the Maximum City would never be complete without listing its age-old buildings that stand tall in the city landscape, even as new high-rises keep coming up across the city. Most of these heritage structures that stand in the city today were built in the British period and display the Victorian Neo-Gothic, the Indo-Saracenic and Neo-classical architectural styles. Classified as Grade-I, Grade-II A & B and Grade-III, these heritage structures fall under the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee.
    • 9th Mar 19

      Documents Required For Getting A Green Signal From MCD

      A look at the documents a developer has to submit to the MCD to get his building plans approved.
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