From: Accommodation Times

What makes a real estate hot-spot ‘future perfect’? It is the one feature in a location, which ensures that someone buying property in that location is taking the right decision not just in the present scenario but also looking at the future. Among Chennai’s real estate hot-spots, the ‘jewel in the crown’ is Oragadam. Strategically located on the GST Trunk Road which connects two national highways of Bengaluru and Chennai, Oragadam is the Detroit of Tamil Nadu, South East Asia’s largest auto hub.

The Transformation of Oragadam- a City Within a City

From being a ‘real estate hot-spot’ to also being ‘future perfect’ has been a journey of evolution for Oragadam. An industrial area on the outskirts of Chennai city, apart from being the biggest automobile hub in Southeast Asia, it also is home to MNCs as also IT and ITeS companies. With over 22 fortune 500 companies, the Sriperumbudur–Oragadam belt has seen tremendous industrial growth. This economic growth story is driven by the good connectivity which Oragadam enjoys, via state highways and railways.

Real estate is about ‘Location, Location, and Location’, when we look at a future-perfect real estate hot-spot, whether, from an investor’s or an end user’s perspective, two prominent aspects are (i) capital appreciation and (ii) rental income. And for those looking to buy their own house, a ‘value for money’ destination makes the ideal location to buy an under construction home if it offers the same at a price point which has scope for appreciation.

Chennai’s real estate market is a stable one, one does not see sudden dips and sharp spikes in prices. Buying property here is not about speculative purchases, rather it is a rational process – real estate investments happen after due evaluation and understanding of different aspects and available options.

Homes are not just about square feet of constructed space, but about the community which is made up of residents and the activities that bring them together. At Hiranandani Parks, ‘community living’ is when a resident does not just live in an ‘apartment’, a ‘villa’ or just a ‘living space’, but shares – and enjoys – the positives of the location and its social infrastructure with neighbors who are fellow members of the ‘community’ created in that location. It is this aspect which stands out when a home seeker evaluates Hiranandani Parks as the place his family will call ‘home’. The project, by Hiranandani Communities, offers a plethora of cultural, sports and fitness activities which include both, indoor and outdoor activities.

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