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From a city whose economic life centred around a seaport till a few years ago, Visakhapatnam has now emerged as an IT/ITeS destination.

 
 

Mysore has emerged from the shadow of neighbouring Bangalore and become an attractive IT destination.

Improvement in some urban amenities, growth of IT/ITeS industry and resurgence of mining in Orissa has fuelled real estate in the city.
Good road links and proximity to Delhi have been the key drivers of property prices in the Pink City.
Surging demand is pushing up rents in cities. But investing in a home for renting remains unviable because rental yields are still below the borrowing costs.
Be it to repair your roof or give your garden a makeover, home improvement loans are an easy answer. Here's how to go about it.
The city's good connectivity has brought in investments not only from Indian but also international developers.
More and more Indians are now looking at buying a house abroad, be it as a second home or a holiday base. Here’s a look at the available options.
India's first planned city is now attracting property builders and buyers in large numbers. We take a look at what could influence prices in the future.
 
 
The city is gradually reinventing itself from being the industrial capital of Punjab to a preferred investment destination for residential and commercial real estate.
With half the projects under 'Destination Madhya Pradesh' to be implemented in and around Bhopal, the city is drawing developers in hordes.
It is a key industrial town in south India and has also become one of the most preferred IT destinations.
Surat's proximity to Mumbai, Ahmedabad fuels demand for residential and commercial property here.
Lucknow's housing market has gained significant momentum in the last three years. It's the most preferred city to live in Uttar Pradesh.
The commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh is one of the fastest growing Tier II cities in India.
One offers convenience, the other better returns. We look at the pros and cons of investing in an apartment or a plot of land.