Reasons for the High Demand for Villas in Bangalore

In recent times, Bangalore has been the top property target in the country to invest. The metropolis has been witnessing a heap of residential venture launches in the past two years. Apart from residential apartment projects, the demand is too high for residential villas in Bangalore. In the past one year, the city has witnessed the development of more than thirteen villas projects. Due to the presence of many IT bigwigs in the city, the income level of working professionals has extraordinarily grown in the city. As a result, the demand for residential villas has risen up in the metropolis.

renaissance-holdingsSome of the major areas that are seeing a high demand for villas include Whitefield, Marathahalli, Jigani-Anekal Road, Nandi Hills, Yelahanda, Devanahalli, Haralur Road, Old Airport Road, Bellary Road, Sarjapur and Sarjapur Road. Due to various advantageous features on these localities, the price of the properties has seen a good appreciation in recent times. Especially, the demand is top for villas in Whitefield owing to its good connectivity and proximity to IT hubs. Besides, Whitefield has been the premium goal in Bangalore among the high-income groups.

The residential developers in the city indicated that the demand has improved significantly for the villa projects in Bangalore. Particularly, the demand has picked up in North Bangalore due to the nearness to the Bangalore International Airport and good social infrastructure.

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