Property prices in the Mumbai region moved up by 15% in Q1-12 over Q1-11

By Accommodation Times Bureau

• Thane; Badlapur witnessed 29% rise, while both Hiranandani Estate and Majiwada witnessed 21% increase in Q1-12 over Q1-11
• Kalamboli, Sanpada and Kamothe have seen a appreciation by 20%, 17% and 15% in Navi Mumbai in Q1-12 over Q1-11
• Andheri Dahisar witnessed a 10 to 17% rise in Q1-12 over Q1-11
• South and South west Mumbai witnessed stable rentals over the period of last one year
• Dadar(W) and Juhu saw prices appreciate by 18% respectively in Q1-12 over Q1-11

Mumbai: The property prices for the Mumbai region has seen an escalation in prices if we compare per square feet prices(PSF) of Q1-12 over Q1-11. This clearly reflects that the overall sentiment of the sector has improved drastically, study by says.
Commenting on the same Vineet Singh, Business Head and said “The real estate market of Mumbai has always been an attractive destination for buyers because it provides high return on investments. Almost 50% of the Mumbai market comprises of investors. And we find that despite the slowdown in transactions for the past 4-5 months prices continue to move-up. However, the growth in prices will moderate and increase in a 10-15% range for the year 2012.”
A look at the property prices of key localities in Navi Mumbai show that Kalamboli, Sanpada and Kamothe has seen a high appreciation in property prices with prices moving up by 20%, 17% and 15% in Q1-12 over Q1-11. Property Prices for Kalamboli is around Rs. 4396/- and prices in Sanpada and Kamothe are around Rs 8958/- and Rs 4632/- respectively in Q1-12. Both Ghansoli and Kharghar in Navi Mumbai saw prices appreciate by 12% respectively in Q1-12 over Q1-11

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