Real Estates in Visakhapatnam



Real estate in Visakhapatnam is one of the most prosperous investment sectors of the city. As Vizag is an industrial region the demand for land property is very high. Real estate has played a major role in enhancing the economy of Vizag city. It is a well-planned city that has developed greatly in the recent years. Large number of industries are being constructed and special economic zones are being developed, consequently escalating the demand for real estate in Vizag. Visakhapatnam is a port city having a pleasant climate all round the year. All these factors have brought a boom in the real estate scenario of the city.

The various construction companies are finding the land suitable for residential and industrial establishments. The locations of some of the most attractive land plots available in Vizag are mentioned below:

  • Opposite to Sampath Vinayak Temple
  • Prestige Golf city
  • Close to HSBC bank at Sirpuram

    Thus IT parks and shopping malls are being increasingly established in Visakhaptnam. As a result, there are many real estate projects are in line, about to get materialized in a very short time.



    Last Updated on: 7/05/2013

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