By Accommodation Times News Service
The Metropolitan, ever-growing capital City-Bangalore, has become a major hub for fruitful investments. The residential and commercial plots are the idea of capital appreciation not only in the minds of localities but also non-locals who come to this city to improve their standard of living by urbanising their work. Successfully, a lot of migrants coming from rural areas are able to prosper as the property rates are reasonable enough to fit in their budgets.
Top localities in Bangalore includes- Koramangala where the average cost of a property is Rs.5,820 per sq. Ft; Rajajinagar, where average prices are Rs.11,100 per sq. Ft.; Ashok Nagar, where property rates are Rs.22,780 per sq. Ft and Malleshwaram, where the average rate of a property is Rs.12,200 per sq. Ft.
The connection between the areas is bridged well with advanced transport system having 41 metro stations in the network currently. Bangalore has reached up to the third position for the rapid transit system in India. Apart from these rapid transits, through the busy roads, runs the cabs which are preferred most when required to travel immediately through shorter routes avoiding traffic, at a reasonable price. The BMTC buses, rails, well cemented pukka roads add to the quality of travel.
The top builders have brought life to the infrastructural look in the city, be it residential or commercial purpose. Lining up a good hub of motels, hospitals, schools, police stations, banks, etc. at a reachable stretch.
Keeping the cultures and morals close, a lot of tourist attraction places can be explored in and around Bangalore and also a lot of Botanical gardens to keep the air healthy to breathe.