Pune sees 38% jump in property prices; Bengaluru and Hyderabad in the list as well

Pune saw the maximum rise of 38 per cent during the period. This was followed by Bangalore and Hyderabad with 20 per cent growth each.
Pune sees 38% jump in property prices; Bengaluru and Hyderabad in the list as well
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Pune: Among the top 7 cities in the country, Pune has seen the maximum rise in property prices - of 38 per cent - during the period. This was followed by Bengaluru and Hyderabad with 20 per cent growth each.

Average property prices in the top 7 cities (2013-Q3 2020) saw close to a 14 per cent jump. The average price of a home in the top 7 cities rose from approximately Rs 4,895 per sq. ft. in 2013 to Rs 5,599 per sq ft by Q3 2020-end.

Best-performing markets in top 7 cities:

Pune saw the maximum rise of 38 per cent during the period. This was followed by Bangalore and Hyderabad with 20 per cent growth each. Within Pune city, Wakad and Wagholi has witnessed 18 per cent and 17 per cent total appreciation in the average property prices.

While considering cities to invest in, the much-hyped housing inventory overloads need to be viewed contextually. Slow-moving housing inventory tends to be in unviable locations of a city, and the same city will invariably have pockets which draw good demand. Real estate investment opportunities must be evaluated more at a micro-market level than at a city level, or one may miss out on some of the best options, said Prashant Thakur, Director and Head - Research, ANAROCK Property Consultants.

Note: Table is drawn by ANAROCK Research

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