Thrissur Real Estate


Thrissur Real Estate offers the people to buy or lease the property in the beautiful city of Thrissur which is part of the state of Kerala or God's own country.
The real estate in Thrissur is one of the flourishing businesses of the city. The tranquility and the natural beauty of the city attract several people to settle in the region. The properties are available for purchasing and rental purposes. The real estate agents of Thrissur ensure that the purchasers receive what they desire. The following are the telephone numbers of the real estate agencies on the city of Thrissur:

Sudhin Homes (p) Ltd
Patturaikkal Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2334499

Loyalty
Pathans Bldgs,
Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2421025

National Associates
Opp. Metropolitan Hospital,
Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2445739

Granma Consultants
Pathans Bldgs,
Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2444195

R. J. Associative
Near G. E. M. Hospitial, Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2330560

Ambady Real Estate Consultants
Marar Rd, Enarc Bldgs, Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2427037

Fastrade
Kalliyath Royale Square, Palace Road
Phone: 04873956611

Ciers Developers and Consultancy Service P Ltd
Pathans Bldg.,
Thrissur
Phone: 0487-2441488, 2423374



Last Updated on 05/06/2013

     


     

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