Hyderabad- the land of pearls and Nawabs! Its charm lies in not just the glass towers that line its skyline but in the by-lanes of the old city, where the hidden treasures lie. Dotted with shops that sell bangles, pearls and other jewels, and the aroma of the famous Hyderabadi biryani and bakery biscuits lingering by, Old Hyderabad has a charm of itself. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it’s another world in the lanes around Charminar and River Musi where heritage and history combine. This world has always fascinated people from far and wide and continues to leave them in awe to date.
The resilient real estate market of Hyderabad hasn’t swayed in the past 6 years and more, inspite of the pandemic and its disruptions. The housing market has remained at the forefront as resilient and flexible and has experienced stable growth over the years. Constant efforts by the municipal authorities and the state government have to be credited for this boom. Over the years, the city has not just fared well but also topped the charts as the best city to live in the “Quality of Living Index” for years consecutively now. It continues to be among the top cities in terms of purchasing power index, safety index, healthcare index and cost of living index, property price to income ratio index, traffic commute time index, pollution index, and climate index. A booming IT sector and employment opportunities in tech start-ups and unicorns have resulted in a rise in migrant influx to the city, who now call it their home. With increased hiring and hefty pay by Info Techs and start-ups, the economy in the state is growing like never before. The demand for rising is also credited to this growth.
The residential market in Hyderabad is a mix of end users and investors, and with the economy growing and positive traction from both, the demand is projected to stay robust in the coming years. The city’s rapid urbanization isn’t limited to its outskirts and suburbs anymore. It has now seeped into pockets of the Old city along the streets of Ghanzi Bazar, Noorkhan Bazar, Pathergatti, Aghapura and other colonies around Charminar. Old homes in these areas are now making way for modern buildings that cater to the residential and commercial needs of their new-age owners.
While many have opted to revamp their spaces, others have leased out portions of their homes to tenants. These upgrades, local industry experts observe, have pushed rates to an all-time high. Notwithstanding the caps on construction, projects in this part of the city are priced anywhere above Rs.3500 per sq. ft. Several online real estate portals list apartments in this vicinity for sale between 3,400 and 5,500 per sq.ft. In other prime locations, residents have leased out entire buildings for commercial purposes that bring them anything between Rs.1 lakh to 1.5 lakh as rent.
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