Manali Real Estate


The wonderful hill station of Manali is not only a hot destination for the tourists but for the people in real estate business as well. Once a picturesque sleepy hamlet, the hill station has gradually grown into a major tourism destination of the country. With more and more tourists coming in Manali, the number of hotels and other accommodations are shooting up. Falling in love with the town and observing the overall development, people from different areas are attracted to build houses in Manali. Sensing the business potential, the businessmen have joined in the bandwagon to bring a boost in the Manali Real Estate scenario.

The Manali Real Estate industry is well served with licensed real estate agents, property developers, architects, civil engineers, hoteliers, housing boards, corporate houses, construction companies etc. The presence of all these people and companies has brought a major boom in the real estate scenario of Manali. At present there are a number of real estate projects going on in Manali.





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