Real Estate in Jabalpur



Real Estate in Jabalpur has gained momentum following the industrial boom in the area. The commercial importance of the city and the point that Jabalpur is a significant educational hub in the state has helped in the growth of Jabalpur real estate industry.

Work of several real estate projects like the Apparel park, shopping malls and residential complexes have started already. Well known real estate developers have joined the bandwagon to build a new Jabalpur. Some of these real estate developers in Jabalpur are;

  • Prabhatam
  • Parsvanath
  • Satya

    Apart from the developers, real estate agents, architects, interior decorators, suppliers, painters, civil engineers etc. are contributing to the maximum to keep up the good work to build a new Jabalpur.



    Real Estate Bangalore   India Real Estate Fund







    Last Updated on 30th Nov 2012

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