The beautiful journey of SKB Group started in 2005. One of the best real estate developers in Delhi and NCR; it is the brainchild of two brothers Mr. Vikas Pundir and Mr. Siddharth Pundir. Both well-renowned personalities in the real estate industry; their vast experience and knowledge of the industry caused the inception of SKB group. Their dedication and hard work have made this company what it is today.
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2018- The Bright Year for Property in Ghaziabad, NCR
The year 2018 could possibly be the year of come back for
the real estate as we see significantly higher participation from buyers at property in ghaziabad and NCR.
A total of 75 per cent of
real estate developers expect property prices to rise in Ghaziabad and the
National Capital Region (NCR) in the financial year 2018-19, a survey by online
trading platform OLX showed on Monday. "75 per cent of the builders expect
the property prices to increase in 2018-19, indicating revival of Delhi-NCR`s
real estate market," a statement from OLX said here quoting the survey.
The survey was conducted among 200 developers and property consultants in
Delhi, Gurugram, Faridabad and Ghaziabad.
In Ghaziabad you may look
for the societies in indirapuram, siddharth vihar, vaishali , vasundhara &
the hottest location crossings republik , which will be more hotter when the
national highway in fully function very soon.
When we talk about luxury living in ghaziabad and noida extension with affordable prices, the name which comes into our mind is the Gold Coast. You will ease with modern amenities like never before in the whole Crossings Republik. Gold Coast is a BRAND Association, using products known for quality and reliability. for more visit http://thegoldcoast.in/
How many Mercedes can you sell in the land of Marutis?
Not every one understands the dynamics of real estate and why the market is down. So let us understand the scenario in the real estate sector vis-a-vis the auto industry. Why is the real estate sector facing a slowdown in India while the auto sector is doing fine? If people are buying cars and bikes, why are they not buying houses and preferring to stay on rent?
In most of the developed countries, people own houses and cars are taken on long-term rent or, as they prefer to say, lease. So why shouldn't the same scenario be in India, especially considering that a house (or any property you buy) is an appreciating asset (well, most of the times!) and vehicles are a highly depreciating asset, with most experts considering the value of a vehicle equivalent to nil after 8 years?
The very first thing you learn in economics is demand and supply. When the demand is high and the supply is low, the market goes up and vice versa. There is a…