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Pune

Queen of Deccan

  • 14.83%
    Annual Price Growth
    annual increase in price per sq feet in this city, basis makaan listings
  • 3.33%
    Annual Rental Yield
    % of property cost that you are likely to recover as rent in 1 year

Property in Pune

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Property Range in Pune

15 L2+ Cr
2,000 2+ L

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  • 16th Jan 17

    City Beat: Relief On Cards For Unauthorisied Property Owners In Pune [Video]

    Under a new scheme under which civic authorities will have the right to do the calculation, the penalty amount for tax on unauthorised properties would go down significantly.
  • 15th Feb 17

    Hyderabad vs Bengaluru, What Makes For The Best Bet?

    While Pune, Bengaluru and Hyderabad are three major pillars of Indian IT industry, the real estate in all of these cities have distinct features and suits different kind of investors.
  • 15th Dec 16

    City Beat: Post Demonetisation, Property Registration Dip 31% In Pune [Video]

    After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced demonetisation of higher denomination notes on November 8, municipal corporations across major cities in India have witnessed a dip in property tax collection. Pune has been no different, and has registered a drop of 31 per cent.
  • 7th Feb 17

    Time To Think ‘Safe’ Before ‘Smart’, Authorities Work Towards This Goal

    Safety is the priority of a well-planned city. Before getting smart, a city must be safe for the residents. Chennai comes out to be the safest city in India, considering the low crime rate and efficient law application, as per a survey by Quality of Living rankings made by Mercer, a global consultancy firm. Moreover, Coimbatore came out to be the safest city in India for women. This is based on a TOI index which is based on the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) in India -2015 report. But, still Indian cities have a long way to go and the concerned authorities are taking necessary steps to create safe cities.
  • 17th Feb 17

    How To Deal With Project Delays

    There are lakhs of home buyers in India who have been affected by delayed construction projects. Delays could happen due to several factors like poor weather or site conditions, issues in material supply, delay in government approvals or even political instability. Some wise steps to take while dealing with project delays include performing background checks of the developer, constant follow ups, planning your finances in advance and finally resorting to legal action.
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