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Query from: Anonymous, usa, 06/11/08
Topic: REAL ESTATE      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: real estate values in Hyderabad, user analysis

Please, this question is only to those advisors who are living in Hyderabad: I have a little money that I plan to invest in some land near Hyderabad. Please suggest to me those areas that represent high potential growth over the next 5-10 years and not immediately. Pls also list comprehensive reasons/articles as to why you think so. I really like the advice you guys have been offering. Thank you. JKumar

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Response from: Rahul Gupta,   
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One of the side-effects of visiting india regularly is that i got caught up in all the realestate related excitement in india. Indian cities , especially Hyderabad and Bangalore, have this boom town feel where everyone is excited to make a deal, try new things out and move up fast :)

I recently put a down payment for a house in a venture called “MapleTown” in an area called Bandlaguda. The pricing was reasonable and most of all i had faith in the realty company. Anyway, those same builders are now selling some more lands/plots near shamshabad (where the new intl airport is expected). Here is the blurb from the marketing executive - Mohammed.

This is Mohammed here from Radha Realtors Pvt. Ltd. After the stupendous success of our Housing Project MAPLE TOWN now we are Launching our new project OXY-GEN CITY at KANDUKUR on Srisailam Highway. OXY-GEN CITY is a 700 acre Integrated Township first of its kind in Hyderabad City with Independent Duplex Villas, Residential plots, 60 acre 9 hole golf course, 30 acre Cricket stadium, 20 acre International School, 33 acre theme park (Ocean Park), 20 acre Medico Tourism Project, 2 Club Houses, Helipad, Bowling alleys, Commercial Spaces, 100ft, 60ft & 40ft roads, 1.5 acre Road Junctions and Many more.

OXY-GEN CITY is located about 4 kms to MUCHERLA I.T. Park, 15 Kms from OUTER RING ROAD, FAB CITY, NANO TECH PARK & HARDWARE PARK and surrounded by SEZ’s ( Special Economic Zones) . OXY-GEN CITY accommodates about 300 King Sized Villas and 3500 Residential Plots. Each Independent Villa is Centrally air conditioned in 1200 sq.yds of land, 4300 sft of built up area with own private swimming pool. Residential Plots ranging from 500 - 1200 sq.yds. Please find the Location Map & Layout copy of OXY-GEN CITY as an attachment.

Mohammed’s contact number - +91-98492-31784. So if you contact him and end up buying properties in either maple town or this new oxygen city, let me know. I’d be interested in seeing if this blog is effective. I am attaching couple or marketing images he sent. Location & layout

You have to be an indian citizen or person of indian origin to be able to purchase land in india.

Take for example the 108-acre Lanco Hills project in Manikonda. The project includes office complexes for IT professionals, 1,800 residential apartments, shopping mall of 2.5 million square feet and multiplex. Priced between Rs. 80 lakhs - 2.5 crores, and going upto 26-34 floors.

Many foreign firms, IT industries, businessmen and investors are willing to buy apartments in the developing areas near the Hitech city and Manikonda. The demand for the apartments in the outskirts of the city is due to the construction of the software companies in these areas. Therefore, it becomes convenient for IT people to get an apartment near their office.

Jayabheri's Orange County project at Nanakramguda priced between Rs. 1-2 crores, the 14-storey structure will be completed within two-and-a-half years.

Buyers comprise 20 percent businessmen or industrialists while 70 percent area from the IT sector.

Buyers are also attracted by a host of facilities offered by these apartment builders, for which they won't mind paying that extra bit per square feet. Besides the usual clubhouses, parks, swimming pool, tennis courts, these attractions include sky garden and designer lobby, ACs, washing machine and driers, 100 percent power generator backing, two car parking for each flat, small banquet hall and home theatre.

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Response from: NEERAJA NAVEEN,   
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When it comes to investing in Hyderabad real estate, the craze is no long confined to the posh Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills, but has now shifted to the city outskirts like Manikonda, Nanakramguda, Gopanpally, areas near the Hitech City including Kukatpally, Gachibowli and Madhapur. Thanks to the IT boom.

Take for example the 108-acre Lanco Hills project in Manikonda. The project includes office complexes for IT professionals, 1,800 residential apartments, shopping mall of 2.5 million square feet and multiplex. Priced between Rs. 80 lakhs - 2.5 crores, and going upto 26-34 floors.

Many foreign firms, IT industries, businessmen and investors are willing to buy apartments in the developing areas near the Hitech city and Manikonda. The demand for the apartments in the outskirts of the city is due to the construction of the software companies in these areas. Therefore, it becomes convenient for IT people to get an apartment near their office.

Jayabheri's Orange County project at Nanakramguda priced between Rs. 1-2 crores, the 14-storey structure will be completed within two-and-a-half years.

Buyers comprise 20 percent businessmen or industrialists while 70 percent area from the IT sector.

Buyers are also attracted by a host of facilities offered by these apartment builders, for which they won't mind paying that extra bit per square feet. Besides the usual clubhouses, parks, swimming pool, tennis courts, these attractions include sky garden and designer lobby, ACs, washing machine and driers, 100 percent power generator backing, two car parking for each flat, small banquet hall and home theatre.

All the prominent builders seem confident that their projects are going to create world-class townships and mini cities in Hyderabad soon.

Hyderabad has become a leading attraction for the global market. Hyderabad has an array of properties & facilities second to none. Hyderabad has attracted international attention through ground-breaking real estate projects, sports events, conferences and IT status.

Hyderabad has enormous properties to select from in a variety of different neighborhoods. As per your requirement you can select to reside either near schools, parks, IT companies or any recreation activity.

Just open any local newspaper and you will find half of the space is filled with property advertisements. Also you will listen to people in hotels and public places discussing on real estate deals.

Hyderabad city is considered as the number one city to invest in freehold property. Quality of life in Hyderabad is extremely high as it is a home to some of the finest leisure facilities in the world. Anyone who visits Hyderabad can not help but be bowled over by its massive beauty.

Real estate sales in Hyderabad continue to grow in leaps and bounds. Hyderabad real estate is home to a number of incredible properties. Shopping, food, nightlife & sports events are ranked high on the list of Hyderabad amenities.

Hyderabad properties varies from plots, flats, apartments, independent homes, office and commercial space to beautiful villas & luxurious resorts.

Take legal advice from your legal advisor while purchasing any type of property in Hyderabad city.

I wish you best of luck for your investment in Hyderabad City

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Response from: vaish reddy,   
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Hi, Am going to be straight to the point.prime areas like Shamshabad, Nagaram, Gachibowli, Maheshwaram, Kokapet, Mansanpally and Madhapur are the hot spots now.Besides the rest of hyderabad these areas are stilla ffordable and is sure to grow in the future yrs.in these areas apartments go for anywhere from Rs. 3,800 to Rs. 4,000 per sq.ft a significant increase from even a year ago. According to one real estate source, real estate prices have increased by seven percent every week for the last three months. The Information Technology boom in Hyderabad is driving demand and approximately fifty percent of buyers are from the Information Technology sector! The city is also to see work on a new metro beginning by end of this year or early 2009.This is one big reason why you shd invest in hyderabad. Also the talks for renovating the airport or even going in for a new one still appeals to the foreign investors .And if it happens then hyderabad would definitley be a full fledged business capital in few more years.not to forget the already well laid out infrastructure.

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Response from: gg ss,   
Registered Member on Ammas.com
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Hyderabad has been in limelight ever since the launch of its new airport on March 23. The new Rajiv Gandhi International

Airport at Shamshabad has brought glory to the city on many scores. With the coming of this airport, the city is already being

tagged as a 'developed city'. This accolade will help the city in many ways than one. The city's infrastructure and real-estate

will gain most from this development.

The property in and around Shamshabad is already in demand. Shamshabad was once a sleepy, small, sub-urban locality on the

outskirts of Hyderabad. Today, this area witnesses important developmental activities and is being considered as a major

property hub. Civic authorities have announced a slew of residential projects there. And private builders, both big and small,

are picking up land banks to develop residential property there.

Shamshabad is connected to the city centre by a 30-km long road. The areas along this road will also benefit from the new

airport. This road will serve as a major transport corridor for the traffic coming in and out of Shamshabad. Hence, property

developers and builders are anticipating that this road will become a major transport link. Thus, land banks along this

corridor will command high property value. Many of them are toying with the idea of starting commercial and corporate projects

in and around these areas.

The new constructions are mostly happening in Kukatpally, Madhapur, Secunderabad and Hussain Sagar Lake. Property rates in

Secunderabad and Hussain Sagar Lake are already hitting roof tops. The property values in Shamshabad are comparatively

reasonable. Hence, the investors are hopeful of finding spacious land banks at affordable prices that will help them get

phenomenal return on investments.

Need we say more, why the real estate professionals are packing their bags for Hyderabad? Certainly not. The city is bracing up

to grab its place along with major cities like Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai and Kolkata.

For more details on Hyderabad Properties, log on to magicbricks.

George Gonigal provides you the best and latest information on Hyderabad Real Estate Builders, if you want to Buy Apartments in

Hyderabad he suggests you log on to magicbricks

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Response from: B Sreekanth Reddy,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.
Hi, Good that you wanted to invest in Real Estate. It would have been great if you have had this thought a month or two back as Lands in and around Hyd are going peak after the By-Elections in Telangana. But Never the less.

The land rates towards L.B Nagar,Shamshabad,Kokapet etc are very high as you can say it is already developed area.But as you wanted to buy land as an investment option with good growth in next 5-10 years i refer you areas around Patencheru towards Sangareddy that would be about 20-45Km. from Hyderabads center.But these area will have a sound growth as Rajiv Gruhakalpa,IIT(Indian Institute of Tech.) are comming over these areas in next year or two.Also this area is near to Hi-tech city(about 15 km).Also the Nation High Way No.9 is being upgraded to 6 lane which will definitely bring an all round growth be it in infra structure or IT etc companies.Hence if i were you i will have definitely gone for area around Patencheru.

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Response from: My Advice,   
Registered Member on Ammas.com
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Hi,

Investing in real estate is a good decision. That too in Hyderabad is fabulous and fantastic idea, go on with it immediately.

Before going to invest in that particular area just think about certain factors like land value , area, locality, etc.

Hyderabad is totally changed because of the IT boom. Hence, the land value touches the sky which are now cannot be possessed by a middle class being.

I have gathered some of the latest information about the real estate factor in "Booming Hyderabad", which i am including it in my data below :

Hyderabad real estate is booming and how! Hyderabad, synonymous with rich history, culture and architecture is touted as a unique place where north India meets south India both geographically and culturally. With a good infrastructure in place and a ‘heir apparent' status of the IT city tag, Hyderabad's soaring in popularity not only as a tech savy or global city as President Bush terms it, but for its unprecedented growth in the real estate sector. The fast changing skyline of Hyderabad with swanky commercial establishments and flyovers spread across the nodal areas of the city has provided the much needed face lift to Hyderabad. In the last 3-4 years, Hyderabad is striving hard to take the mantle of the global city tag from Bangalore what with the development of a township with state-of-the-art facilities called HITEC City prompted several IT and Information Technology Enabled Services(ITES) companies to setup operations in the city. An aggressive promotion of growth in this area has led civic boosters to call the city 'Cyberabad'. This unparalleled IT boom has sent real estate prices skyrocketing in Hyderabad. With more and more IT companies making a beeline to the Andhra Pradesh capital and the city bagging the prestigious $3-billion Fab City project, Hyderabad has started growing by leaps and bounds. President George Bush's recent visit to the city further goes to prove that Hyderabad is the new face of globalization and modernity. Hyderabad's giant strides is not just limited to the IT sector per se. A brief visit to this city which was once home to the richest man in the world confirms the fact that it has successfully blend the old world charm and the trappings of modernization with subtle ingenuity. Better quality of life, Industry friendly government, low crime rate, quick availability of connectivity, shorter commuting distance within the city as compared to other metros has attracted investors and common man alike. The new international airport scheduled to be ready by 2008 along with fabcity, the outer ring road with satellite townships and the proposed mass rapid transit system will usurp Hyderabad as the most sought out destination for real estate developers. “The market has never been so good” is a sentiment echoed by most of the city based investors and real estate developers. The jump in Hyderabad's real estate prices not only in and around HITEC city but in other pockets of the city like Begumpet, Malkajgiri and certain areas in Secunderabad bears witness to the fact that the overall development in the pearl city has gained momentum. The city based GVK and GMR group ascertain the role played by Hyderabad Urban Development Authority(HUDA), who were quick enough to realize the tremendous potential the real estate industry has and the impact it can have on the economy if given due importance. True to its ideals, HUDA recently succeeded in raising substantial amount by bidding the prime land near the road leading to HITEC CITY. A total of 21 bidders participated in what was described as the mother of all auctions. The Rs.50 million ($1.12 million) earnest money deposit (EMD) sought for participation in the auction was the highest in the city so far. The GVK and GMR, which bagged the contracts for the modernisation of the Mumbai and Delhi airports, Dubai-based Emmar, Bangalore-based Prestige, the Mumbai-based Rahejas, Hyatt and Reliance were among the prominent real estate developers and corporates who participated in the bidding.'The city has enormous potential for growth and that is why so many prominent builders and firms evinced keen interest in the bid,' said HUDA vice chairman Jayesh Ranjan. “Hyderabad is emerging as a key market in India's growth story and the land is worth the price we are paying,” said Kishore Goeti, director, investment, ICICI Venture, which has 60 percent stake in the project. Maytas and Nagarjuna Construction together hold the remaining 40 percent. Assured of several relaxations in building norms by HUDA, the consortium plans to build a five-star hotel and shopping malls on the prime land. A Singapore-based business group — Ascendas, has entered into an agreement with L&T Infocity Ltd, to develop a modern enclave, which will have a built-in space of about 5 lakh sq ft. Gaurav Bhalla, executive director of real estate developers Vatika Group, cannot hide his excitement. Within the last 10 months he has raised the price in his premium residential project in Gurgaon by over 65 per cent. But that has not deterred the queue of customers wanting to book flats, even though construction is yet to begin. Exclaims an elated Bhalla, "Fifty per cent of our flats covering 35 lakh sq ft of space in Vatika Green have already been sold. We are, in fact, slowing down bookings as we expect prices to firm up to Rs 3,000 per sq ft by May next year, from Rs 2,250 currently." In Mumbai, a three-bedroom flat in suburban Powai could be had for Rs 2,300 per sq ft as recently as May this year. But six months on, prices have risen a stiff 35 per cent to Rs 3,100 a sq ft and are expected to escalate even further. Chennai-based builder Vijaya Shanthi had been hawking over 100,000 sq ft of commercial space in its high-tech Prakruti project in Perungudi along the IT corridor at Rs 1,100 per sq ft just six months ago. But the company recently hiked rates by over 20 per cent to Rs 1,350 sq ft. The reason, says Naresh Jain, managing director of the company, is growing demand and the rising cost of construction.

Check out the reasons .......

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Response from: Bond 007 James,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
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hi, i appreciate your interest to invest in real estate.most of the time it is safe,but u must be careful in checking the legal matters also because of poor legal systems in india.

so getting a good amount of land in outskirts for cheaper prizes and protecting for time being is important. keep a check on the boom and cost regularly. you can sell it to real estate person for building apartments with his money and getting your share of apartments and selling to get profits is an option.

otherwise you can put plots yourself as per huda plan and selling them to get kool profits.

regarding the place to buy go to out skirts on eitherside of the highway and buy directly from owners like farmers.gopanapally and manikonda areas are worth buying in keeping future demand into consideration.

areas near shamshabad become costly,but u can invest if you have good amount in handy and u can see quick returns.

madhapur,gachabowli,madhapur and hitech city areas arein the hands of politicians and real estate people.improve your political contacts if you want to enter into real estate in a big way.

oxy - gen city close to city with famous parks and sez's around also a nice place to invest.

so start investing wisely and get good returns .

good luck

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Response from: princess g,   
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When it comes to investing in Hyderabad real estate, the craze is no long confined to the posh Jubilee Hills and Banjara Hills, but has now shifted to the city outskirts like Manikonda, Nanakramguda, Gopanpally, areas near the Hitech City including Kukatpally, Gachibowli and Madhapur. Thanks to the IT boom. Hyderabad is among the leading choices for people who wish to invest in Indian Real Estate. Hyderabad is a place with a high economic growth, excellent architecture, modern infrastructure, and a booming Real Estate and construction industry.

A lot of the property is still in the form of plans on paper but already the sale and purchase of these properties is good business. There are numerous properties that have already seen many owners despite the fact that construction has not even started. People are making money from property in Hyderabad that is just land with nothing on it.

As a Real Estate Investor you currently have choices like never seen before. Some Real Estate Investors are able to purchase properties of Hyderabad for less than some current owners originally paid and many Real Estate Investors are purchasing more properties at this time. Also, Real Estate Investors are able to spend even less money on homes that need some type of renovation.

Latest Real Estate Projects in Hyderabad

Prime County Shamshabad Sreemitra Townships Puravidha Metro Heights Oxygen City NRI’s Center City Aliens Space Station Ashoka A-LA-Maison

you can also check out this site http://www.maaproperties.com/…

Good Luck!!

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Response from: M Parvati,   
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Hyderabad Banjara Hills tops the list - India ranks 16th in the most expensive highstreets across the world and the South Indian cities, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore, emerged as the top retail locations to have witnessed highest highstreet rental growth across India according to the Cushman & Wakefield India Retail survey. Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills, though traditional markets, are preferred by the new age retailers with the highest annual rent rise in the country. These markets are prime residential locations.Banjara Hills in Hyderabad was the highest gainer in India with an annual rental growth of 114% appreciation over last year. Nugambakkam and Khader Nawas Khan Road in Chennai also witnessed high rental growth of 106% making it the second highest in India.Sardar Patel Road and Begumpet in Hyderabad and Koramangala 80 Feet Road in Bangalore were among the highest risers with increase of 100% and 92% respectively.The National Head of Retail, Cushman & Wakefield, Rajneesh Mahajan said in a press release that the economic growth in Southern India has provided a large consumer base with increased spending power. The retailers were enjoying better revenues in these markets not only from the existing retail destinations but also in the suburban locations. As the store revenues became comparable to Delhi and Mumbai, the demand for retail real estate would push the prices closer to these two markets.In the C&W annual global report, Main Streets Across the World 2007 (MSATW), Khan Market in India emerged as the 16th most expensive retail highstreet in the world, higher than markets like Moscow (Russia), Beijing (China), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Toronto (Canada) etc. Khan Market apart from being the most expensive retail destination in India, is also the biggest riser in the ranking of the world's most expensive shopping locations in terms of retail rents, moving up 8 places from last year?s 24th position. New York's Fifth Avenue retained its title as the world's most expensive shopping destination followed by Hong Kong's Causeway Bay and Avenue des Champs Elys? in Paris.Retail revolutionMr. Mahajan adds: "Retail is going through a revolution in India, although part of the increase in rents is due to the lack of high-quality space in the right location. This is in strong contrast to other emerging markets such as China, where less restrictive legislation has meant more construction of retail outlets and retail chains accounting for a much larger share of total sales"Banjara Hills and Jubilee Hills, though traditional markets, are preferred by the new age retailers with the highest annual rent rise in the country. These markets are prime residential locations and home to the city's HNIs. Furthermore, the demand for space here far supercedes the supply. Begumpet witnessed cent percent increase in rentals over the last year, indicating strong demand dynamics.The exponential growth in residential development in Hitec City, Kukatpally would bring these pockets up on the retailer radar in times to come. With new highstreets emerging in future the prices would surely have a downward curve in the next 18-24 months. Mumbai & Delhi maintain their position as the best markets for retailers across categories and witness consistent demand from retailers due to the double digit growth in revenues achieved across brands within the highstreet markets. Prime high streets such as Khan Market, Greater Kailash, South Extension and CP in Delhi and Linking Road, Kemp Corner in Mumbai provide better revenue for retailers.Source: Property plus / Cushman and Wakefield

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Response from: Nisha Danny,   
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Hello,

Investing in real estate is a good idea especially in Hyderabad. But the reports of real estate market for 2008 shows a stable or sharpp dip of 20-25% in pricing. That is why it seems a good idea to buy now. Good areas for investment include Madhapur, Kondapur, Shamshabad, Maheshwaram and Gwachibowli as of now. With new IT Centeres and related development the property pricing could go up in this area. You could look into details by logging onto VRnetconsulting.com. A detailed report for 2008 can be obtained at : http://www.scribd.com/doc/955644/Hy…

Best wishes.

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Response from: srikanthreddy vanga,   
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http://www.exclventures.com/pls08.a… visit this site and decide where to invest your money.whenever you are investing in some land consult more persons in that area and be cautious while pushasing the plot.I hope the above url gives some idea .According to my Knowledge i am giving this information.

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Response from: raja reddy chenepally,   
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in and around shamsabad air port is better for future appricition. kandukur near to srisailam high way may be better. prahathi nagar near kphb is also a better option. however puchasing of house or flat is better to get income.

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Response from: Naresh Kilaru,   
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I think you can invest in the areas of vanasthalipuram, lingampally, or uppal side. Those are the future developing areas. You can also invest near ECIL. Because as of now present conditions the rentals are very high in the city. So people are looking towards shifting towards outskirts because government has planned new facilities like metro rail which will reduce the time for traveling. So i think its better to purchase in the above mentioned areas.

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Response from: Ashok Vundavalli,   
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I have attached a document that contains the analysis. Please chek it.

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