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Choosing the right property in Bangalore

Bangalore is now a much preferred destination not only by global IT firms but also by a number of home buyers. The pleasant weather, global lifestyle trends and improving connectivity infrastructure has made the city a heaven for new homeowners, spinning off a fresh demand for property.

As a builder, CMRS Group is currently constructing more than 5 million sq. ft of properties across Bangalore, which are currently under various stages of constructions. With projects like CMRS Royal Orchid, Courtyard, Misty Winds, Sunny Dew, North Star, Sai Flora, Radhakrishna Enclave, Eternity, Oasis, Sai Dham, Ivory Residency, Verdance,  Ojus, Silver Oak and Moonstone, the customer is guaranteed to match his need with our wide offerings.




When you think of buying a residential property in Bangalore, the choices are many, ranging from simple one room house to independent villas. But, choosing a location can be quite a cumbersome task, as you have to choose a property that suits your needs and your pocket too. The price of a property depends on the type of the property and the location. You will need a bigger pocket if you are eyeing the central areas that are well connected and located in the heart of the city. Or, if you are satisfied staying in some interior part of the city, you don’t need to worry much about the expenses.

The most popular areas like Brigade Road, M.G. Road, and Cunningham Street etc. are mostly known for their commercial importance and it’s a mammoth task finding a house in these areas. Apart from that, there are some residential areas as well, that may not be as pocket-friendly as you want your desired locality to be. For example, Sadashiv Nagar, Whitefield(Villas), Off Cunningham Road, Off Palace Road etc that are known to be the abode of the affluent.

Following is a list of stylish, well-planned residential areas that are well connected and yet, are average budget localities in East Bangalore:

Varthur-Located within a diameter of few kilometers from whitefield and Outer ring road, the area is well connected to major IT companies. It can boast of several renowned companies, hospitals and educational institutions as well. There are a number of shopping options in addition to nearby pubs, bars, restaurants, gyms etc. The area can be classified as an average budget area. We offer CMRS Royal Orchid, Mulburry Mist and Courtyard in this locality.

AECS Layout, Kudalahalli -Reputed firms and business houses, temples, renowned educational institutions, good hospitals and a number of shopping areas and restaurants, this area is surely a very good option to settle down. Criss-crossed by many roads and near to ITPL, Marathahalli and Whitefield, the area doesn’t seem to be facing any sort of connectivity issue. We offer North Star and Sai Flora, where few flats are still available. We have sold out close to ten projects in this area.

Marthahalli- Close to Whitefield and Sarjapur, the area is well connected and offers lots of new projects as well, to choose from. It is again a medium budget locality. Our Sai Flora at AECS layout is just 1 Km away from the main junction.

K R Puram- Krishna raja Puram or K.R Puram is well connected to the city. You can find hundreds of flats in this area, depending on your needs and budget. Our property, Sunny Dew is located near the railway station.

In my next blog, I'll discuss about the North Bangalore and some good options for investments in villa plots.

For any property advice, free legal advice and any other assistance while buying a property, feel free to call at  +91-7676-122-000 or send an mail to info@cmrsproperties.com

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