Gurgaon, Star of NCR to attract more investors’ interest

Gurgaon - The new Real Estate Destination

In a recent survey conducted by Research Bureau of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, star of National Capital Region, Gurgaon has emerged as the most demanding destination by property buyers and investors. After Gurgaon, the most demanding destination that followed, were Delhi, Noida, Faridabad and Alwar respectively.

The factors which contributed towards making Gurgaon a preferable hot-spot for buyers and investors include the proper connectivity with roads and social infrastructures’ availability in the vicinity that vary from educational institutes to hospitality service providers along with banks and shopping complexes like malls.

And it is world renowned that more the facilities, more the job opportunities. The introduction of metro is another cherry on the top of this cake, which has compelled various talented individuals to utilize their expertise in the city, where ample job opportunities are available to be seized. Another motivational factor to travel towards Huda City Centre.

The land designer, based out of city, Dhoot Group has played a major role in gracing the city and catering the infrastructural needs of the city and its people as it has established numerous projects like World Institute of Technology, Time Tower, Time Centre, The Gateway Resort and lots more, under the supervision of Pawan Kumar Dhoot, MD Dhoot Group.

Beside the price of the property in Gurgaon, quality of the construction, reputation of the builder, nearness to metro are other relevant factors that are working towards attracting people’s interest, believes Pawan Kumar Dhoot, who also keeps the future prospects of the location in mind while delivering state-of-the-art marvels.

The survey also revealed some of the problems in Gurgaon region that may work against repelling the interested buyers and investors, which are huge market factors like the high rate of interest on home loans and rise in the uncertainty of project completion along with a decrease in demand for property.

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