In a price-sensitive market like Pune, affordable housing is always in demand. The city’s working and earning middle class is constantly on the lookout for good homes available within their budget. This festive season, the Pune market is showing signs of increased activity as always, but the onus is on homes which fit people’s budgets. Buyers are looking for decent-sized homes within the city limits, with good amenities, and within a budget range of Rs. 29-50 lakh.
This is the category of homes which will draw the highest demand this festive season. Developers offering homes in this budget range in an all-inclusive package will be able to tap into this demand.
Buyers should do their homework and look for good options in new constructions by reputed developers. Focusing only on established builders will allow them to book homes in under-construction projects with confidence, as timely completion, delivery of all promised features and adherence to quality construction norms are assured in such cases.
The festive season is an ideal time to take advantage of lucrative offers from such developers, such as all-inclusive price packages. However, buyers should not be swayed by offers of meaningless freebies and focus only on the actual value being given. Buying an affordable home is all about getting what one needs within one’s budget, not about bringing home surplus white goods or paid vacations.
Information technology is still Pune’s biggest demand driver for residential real estate. The most exciting – and, from the investment perspective, profitable opportunities in the Pune real estate market are currently 1 and 2 BHK flats in well-connected locations. The areas which are drawing the highest number of enquiries this festive season are Undri, Ambegaon, Wagholi and also Mundhwa and Manjri, because these locations have the advantage of good connectivity to Pune’s IT corridors, and projects there fall within the right budget bracket.
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Authored by: Kishor Pate, CMD – Amit Enterprises Housing Ltd.
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