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December 9, 2014

World class housing come to India

Real Estate InvestmentAhmedabad is the seventh largest metropolitan city of India, and has been the epicentre of Narendra Modi’s plans for Gujarat’s developments over the past years in which the city has seen tremendous rise in its infrastructural growth. New projects in Ahmedabad were just the start of city’s plans to over-power other metropolitan cities and to increase its rank. With Ahmedabad being the home various national and multinational organizations it is no brainer for Ahmedabad to possess a blooming Real Estate – commercial as well as residential. Ahmedabad is not only a mushrooming real estate and commercial centre but originally an industrial sector; the reason it is known as the Manchester of India is due to the presence of mills and other industries in Ahmedabad.

What’s in store for you in Ahmedabad?

Ahmedabad has a huge variety and a budget efficient real estate market for an investor or buyer. Previously, Ahmedabad’s real estate dominantly consisted of individual bungalows and plots with no real property development. But with the new Gujrat model in the basket and other improvised plans to make the city bigger than ever this system has changed to construction of apartments with the most high tech facilities at the most moderate rates. This has resulted in various nationalized builders picking Ahmedabad as an ideal destination for construction of residential complexes and privatized cities. With facilities like: playing area, private swimming pools, high securitized complexes, theatres, religious places within the complexes, halls where events can be take place. In short, these facilities just indicate the desire of builders to provide modern and new flats in Ahmedabad but also see the comfort of the people and design modern houses according their convenience and affordability. With TATA affordable housing a new introduction to increasing list of developers in Ahmedabad, their names caries more facilities than just trust, their work has been phenomenal in other cities where state of the art facilities are available at “affordable” rates. New projects in Ahmedabad and change from individual housing to complexes have resulted in a huge increase in number of investors in the city.

Property Areas:

Properties are available at various prices for every end user. From a property worth 25 lakhs to 5 crores, for example. These new projects are planned on a wider scale and aren’t just constructed anywhere, making Ahmedabad are very planned and organized city. The satellite area is considered as one the most costly of areas in Ahmedabdad, though rightly it provides with the best of facilities considering the fact it is inside the city. Mostly all the areas a bit away from the city and takes maximum of an hour’s ride via rickshaw or bus to the main city. Transportation isn’t a problem; proper busses and rickshaw with well-maintained roads makes the ride smoother than ever.

Ahmedabad’s Real Estate in a nutshell:

Ahmedabad’s mixture of industrial, educational and commercial sector makes Ahmedabad an ideal residential real estate hub which has a huge growing demand. For example: just 5 months before, a friend of mine shifted to Ahmedabad from Mumbai because, property rates in Ahmedabad is less than Mumbai and they provide better facilities at the same rate with a much cleaner and calmer environment. With state of the art infrastructure and various national and multinational firms and educational institutes in store Ahmedabad is not short of a paradise.

Flats in Ahmedabad are all value for their money as the facilities that are provided with the apartments. The city’s been on a tremendous rise in the past 20 years or so, making the city an educational, industrial, commercial and most recently a residential power-hub.

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January 16, 2012

Hermes completes its London based business property portfolio

Consulco Capital Real Estate Limited (CCRE) has now completed the acquisition of the final two investments for its London retail property syndicate, Hermes Properties Limited. Hermes has established a suite of 10 retail and restaurant business property investments, situated in buoyant central London locations.

Earlier in November, Hermes acquired a £27 million freehold portfolio in London Bridge, Central London, as part of its initiative to sell off trophy assets and further their interest in developments requiring active management. Hermes cited London’s resilience in the face of weaker global and domestic markets for its continued investment in the capital.In its latest move, Hermes has now acquired 442 Kings Road, in London’s West End, for £1.1 million, which comprises a retail/restaurant unit currently let to French vintners Nicolas.

It has also acquired a Tesco Metro store in Lewisham, south east London, which is let for 15 years, uninterrupted, for £900,000. The combined net initial yield of these properties stands at 6.0%. London Director, David King, said “These acquisitions mark the end of the investment period and in 12 months, with almost £20 million purchased, we have hit all our targets. We will launch our second syndicate early next year.”

Consulco opened a London office in January 2011, and existing deals for Hermes Properties Ltd have included properties in Poland Street (£2.4 million), Cannon Street (£2.31 million), Wardour Street, Great Queen Street, Greek Street and The Strand (£7.9 million together). These commercial properties in London are also expected to land a net yield of 6%.

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