Real Estate in Cuttack




Real Estate in Cuttack is available for the citizens who desire to settle in the city of Cuttack. The real estate agents of Cuttack aid the people of the country and the Non Resident Indians to avail houses, flats and properties at the minimum price in this city.

The real estate agencies in Cuttack are aware of the market prices of the properties available. The agencies provide the citizens all the services at a minimum price. The property dealers and the agents provide the people with accurate and comprehensive knowledge of the prices for the houses in the city. The presence of the real estate agents has facilitated housing in Cuttack.

Some of the real estate agents of the city of Cuttack are listed below:

  • M/S Balarampur Properties (P) LTD
    Balarampur house,
    Burdwan compound,
              Station Road,
              Cuttack
    • At Consultantcy
      Mahanadi Vihar,
      Cuttack

    • Prideview Properties
      252 High Road,
      Cuttack




    Last Updated on 30 August 2012

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