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The best investment area in India?

Discussion in 'India property' started by topshotta, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. Prithvi

    Prithvi New Member

    Good investment can be any major 2nd tier city in India except Western UP belt like Noida and surrounding area.

    Because of rampant women's safety issue like rape and molestation in broad daylights. Police inability, nexus with criminals and law of order situation has become a major issue among NRI investors, ultimately eroding wealth and stopping investment.
     
  2. Bhushan

    Bhushan New Member

    Real Estate investment is one of the best investment field in India in different cities Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Noida, Chennai
    Thank You
     
  3. Ram Yadav

    Ram Yadav New Member

    Pune.
    Bengaluru
    Chennai
    Delhi-NCR
    Hyderabad
    Thane
    Navi Mumbai
    These are best investment areas in India.
     
  4. Christy Pereira

    Christy Pereira New Member

    The answer to your question is pretty much obvious it has to be Mumbai. Mumbai is the most expensive city to live in, in entire India. The lifestyle of Mumbai is much splendid as compared to other cities like Delhi, Pune or Bangalore. In my opinion, for your money, the best investment would be in Commercial property in Mumbai.Commercial properties typically offer more financial reward than residential properties, such as rental apartments or single-family homes.
     
  5. sujata

    sujata New Member

    Pune, Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Chennai are the most popular cities for investment.
     
  6. Benjohn

    Benjohn New Member

    Kochi is one of the best places to make an investment in South India. There are plenty of Luxury Flats in Kochi with world class amenities. IT parks, industrial areas, Kochi Metro and better living ambience make it as a perfect place to own a property. Mumbai and Bangalore are the next two real estate hotspot I would suggest.
     
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