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Bangalore Apartment Hotels – An Affordable Option for Short-Term Tenants

Bangalore apartment hotels are excellent and affordable options for those renters who intend to stay for a short while in the Garden City. Apartment hotels, also known as aparthotels and apartels, are serviced apartment complexes that use a hotel–style booking system with the flexibility to check out whenever a person wishes to. It is similar to renting an apartment but with no fixed conventions, unlike rental agreements.

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Bangalore apartment hotels

Bangalore apartment hotels have grown in popularity in the recent years even since the city has become an IT and another industry hub. Expats and professionals who are sent for short–term work assignments and people looking to vacation for a short period used to find it difficult to get apartments/houses on rent for a short time period. Hence, they had no choice but to end up staying in expensive hotel rooms. Apartment hotels are a great alternate choice, offering the affordability of a serviced apartment and the luxuries and conveniences of a hotel.

Aparthotels offer a great number of benefits. For those who are looking for short–term stay, whether for leisure or for business or work, it is essential to be well–connected by good travel links and close to amenities as well. Aparthotels are located at strategic well–connected locations with access to all major roads, railway stations, airport and other travel links as well as urban and social infrastructure aspects such as supermarkets, entertainment hubs and commercial spaces. Moreover, the inherent flexibility provided by an aparthotel means that one doesn’t need to compromise on any facilities as they come fully equipped with daily/weekly housekeeping services, laundry services, complimentary wi–fi, freedom to relax and eat in, a fully–equipped kitchen, stylish, spacious and up-to-date equipment including refrigerators, flat screen TVs, microwave, stereo systems, etc., and, more importantly, the space to live comfortably and spread out, something that isn’t possible in the biggest of the usual hotel rooms.

What’s more, the prices of aparthotels are extremely affordable. Most of the studio rooms in apartment hotels in Bangalore cost anywhere between INR 1,500 and 3,000/day, including the premium ones. Double bedrooms with differing occupancies are priced around INR 2,500–6,000/day. In fact, the most expensive quadruple penthouse in a lavish aparthotel is priced just around INR 9,000–10,000/day. The prices include all amenities that make for great savings for a very flexible stay.

For it varied kind of residents, Bangalore apartment hotels offer them the flexibility to take advantage of a great nightlife that Bangalore has, explore the city, or even relax after a long day of work and meetings. So whether it is a corporate retreat with several large groups or professionals staying for a short period of time or for a week’s stay with your friends and family, aparthotels have solutions to meet all kinds of needs. The value of having your own space at an affordable cost is priceless in today’s times. Bangalore aparthotels are a perfect example of the same.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

 

Bangalore Apartments Electronic City – Rental Price and Trends

When it comes to renting Bangalore apartments Electronic City has been an eternal favourite with renters for the last ten years. Located in southern Bangalore, Electronic City is a part of “Great Bangalore” – the suburban areas of the garden City. It consists of phases and is around 18km from the city centre. A thorough industrial area, it also consists of green zones, thus giving rise to real estate in the area.

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Bangalore apartments Electronic City

Spread across an area of 580 acres, Electronic City, was originally developed as an IT park. Since travelling especially late at night became a problem, residential developments began to sprout in the region, which were majorly lapped up by the IT employees working there. As the area developed and more commercial and, residential enclaves came up, and more people came to work at Electronic City. This, in turn, increased residential and rental demand as travelling was virtually cut down.

There are a number of other reasons why Bangalore apartments Electronic City have become popular with renters. The region has great connectivity and lies adjacent to Hosur Road (NH 7) and NICE ORR. The area lies in proximity to a number of important places including the Silk Board Junction (10km), HSR Layout (8km), BTM Layout (12km), and Koramangala (13km). Kempegowda international airport is around 60km away; Bangalore junction railway station is around 22km away and Carmelaram and Heelalige railway stations are around 10km and 6km away respectively. The region is also an important transit point, and one can find auto rickshaws, BIAL buses and plenty of private, BMTC as well as KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) buses beginning from here to go to various parts of the city and the state and even beyond. What’s more, Electronic City has admirable civic, social and urban infrastructure. The region has excellent educational institutions including schools and colleges, around 19 hospitals in a mere 3km radius, ATMs and banks, numerous eateries and restaurants, places of worship, entertainment centres and shopping malls and grocery stores and supermarkets for the convenience of its residents. Apart from this, surveillance, walk bridges and good traffic management are integral infrastructure components.

It is no wonder that when it comes to renting Bangalore apartments, Electronic City rentals are higher than the average. Rental prices for apartments in Electronic City have increased from INR 7–8/sq. feet in January–March 2008 to around INR 13–14/sq. feet in April–June quarter of this year. Thus 2BHK flats in Electronic City (sizes ranging from 700 sq. feet to 1,100 sq. feet) cost between INR 6,000 and 22,000/month to rent on an average. Similarly, rent amounts for a 3BHK flat in the area begin from INR 10,000 onwards and go up to as high as INR 28,000/month for the premium or strategically located properties.

When it comes to rentals, there is such a wide range of properties available in Electronic City that renters will never run out of choices. With even minor civic problems having been taken care of, the region’s allure as a residential destination is still on the rise.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

Bangalore Apartment Depreciation Calculator – How to Calculate?

Many people have the false impression that the Bangalore apartment depreciation calculator is used to calculate the selling price of the property depending upon its age. However, property depreciation has nothing to do with the property’s selling price. Property depreciation is the reduction in the value of the property (the construction part only) with the passage of time. The property depreciation rates according to its type are given under in the BBMP Property Tax Handbook, which are different according to the age of the property.

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Bangalore apartment depreciation calculator

The property prices, even for the older properties, have increased tremendously in the last few years due to the boom in real estate and the demand–supply gap. However, property depreciation also happens due to market conditions, new technology and the property’s wear and tear. In order to use the Bangalore apartment depreciation calculator, you need to know the zone in which your property lies, which can be found on this link on the BBMP website http://bbmp.gov.in/zonal-classification-residential. You also need to know the built–up area of the apartment. You can either calculate it from the house’s floor plan, and it is also specified in the sale deed of the property. The built–up area essentially is the carpet area plus the walls thickness (area occupied by the walls). You also need to know the area allotted for parking, which is roughly about a 150–160 sq. feet and is also specified in the property’s sale deed. You’ll also need to the rate per sq. feet for that area and the age of the property.

For instance, if one is trying to find out the depreciation of a completely self–occupied 2BHK apartment with a built–up area of 1,250 sq. feet and car park area of 150 sq. feet in Hosur Sarjapur Road (which is Zone C according to the BMMP handbook with rate per sq. feet around INR 4,200/sq. feet), then the Bangalore apartment depreciation calculator for the same is calculated in the following way. First one calculates the gross unit area value by adding the total value of tenanted area, the self–occupied area, and the car park area. Since the entire house is self–occupied, the total value of that area is INR 43.75 lakhs (self–occupied area X rate per sq. feet for that area X 10 months). Similarly, the total value of the car park area is INR 5.25 lakhs (car park area X rate per sq. feet for that area X 10 months). The gross unit area value is INR 49 lakhs (INR 43.75 plus 5.25 lakhs). The depreciation rates for the buildings differ according to the buildings’ age. If your building is less than three years old, then the depreciation rate is 3%. Hence, the final depreciation amount for your property comes to INR 1.47 lakhs.

Using the Bangalore apartment depreciation calculator comes in handy while calculating the amount of property tax for the apartment and even its resale value.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

 

Bangalore Apartment Buying Checklist – Things to Do Before Registration

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Bangalore apartment buying checklist

The Bangalore apartment buying checklist involves more than simply choosing the best property and getting it registered. Who wouldn’t love a flat where one can simply move in without having to do anything else? However, a hassle–free ownership of a flat in Bangalore involves checking up on and verifying many things and aspects about the deal and the property before one can even think about buying an apartment.

After you’ve zeroed in on the property of your choice, the first step is to examine the physical aspects of the property more thoroughly for quality verification. You might have examined the apartment before, but there is a chance that you might have overlooked some details. You must make sure that you’re getting a quality apartment by examining the aspects of the security, electrical and plumbing system by checking the kitchen and bathroom fittings, inspecting the lighting and fixtures, understanding the carpet, built–up and super built–up area of the flat, verifying the wall thickness, checking for dampness/moisture and the quality of the walls, floors and ceilings and even inspecting the common areas and facilities. The next thing on the Bangalore apartment buying checklist is to check the project’s approvals and sanctions. Buyers need to ensure that the apartment building (depending upon type and location) and its floor plan have been approved by the BBMP/BDA. Other approvals that the project needs to have gotten are the NOCs (No Objection Certificates) from a host of authorities including the Karnataka State Pollution Board, Airports Authority of India (for building height), BSNL, Fire Authority, BESCOM and the BWSSB. Furthermore, buyers should also check up on zonal regulations and building bye–laws to see whether the complex has encroached or is in violation of any of them.

The most important thing on the Bangalore apartment buying checklist comes after all this – examining the documents of the property. These include the original sale deed (to ensure clear title), encumbrance certificate (to ensure property is free from any charges/fees), the conversion certificate (from agricultural to non–agricultural land) and commencement certificate, the building approval plan, the khata extract/certificate (revenue records extract), power of attorney (for transfer of property), latest tax and betterment charges receipts, and finally, the completion and the occupancy certificates. Checking for all of these ensures that the buyer will not face any hassles or threats of any kind regarding the property.

Buyers must insist on a “chain of documents”, i.e., any and every transaction involving selling and buying a property before your deal. It is also advised to get the documents examined by a lawyer even though the bank would do the same if you were to avail a loan. This is to be done since many of the property documents are in Kannada, and a complete thorough check would mean no legal aggravations in the future.

Apart from this, checking up on the actual cost and calculating registration and stamp duty charges is done, after which one can breathe easy and get his apartment registered.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

All about Bangalore Apartments Registration Charges

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Bangalore Apartments Registration Charges

While budgeting for buying homes in Bangalore, people often forget to budget for Bangalore apartments registration charges, which currently are 1% of the property value. Hence, a 2BHK flat costing INR 40 lakhs will require the home buyer to pay a registration fee of INR 40,000, which is a big amount especially for middle–class buyers on a budget. Add to that an additional 5% which needs to be paid as stamp duty too. Hence, home buyers should think about these additional costs when they set out to make budgets for buying flats in Bangalore.

People often set out buying property without knowing on which exact amount the 1% is being charged. According to BBMP (Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike) guidelines and the municipal law, a 1% is charged on the saleable value of the flat. The saleable value of the apartment is its guideline value multiplied by the size of the apartment. When it comes to the apartment size, buyers often get misguided into considering the built – up area, when actually it is the carpet area that is to be considered. The guideline value, on the other hand, is the minimum value below which the apartment cannot be registered. It depends on a number of factors such as location, nature, size, make, and type of property and is set by the government. However, if the market value of the apartment is higher, then the market value is to be considered after talking to the local SRO (sub–registrar’s office). Hence, a 2BHK apartment with a saleable area of 1,200 sq. feet and a guideline value of INR 4,000/sq. feet will have a minimum guideline value of INR 48 lakhs. Hence the Bangalore apartments registration charges alone will come to INR 48,000, which is almost half a lakh more than the property value not taking into account stamp duty. Hence accounting for registration charges in your home budget is imperative for not encountering unpleasant surprises later.

Property registration is to be done in the local SRO within four months of the property purchase happening, or the penalty fees itself turn out to be almost 100–300% of the registration fee. Registration is important because neither property transfer nor future sale of the property is possible. Further, in case of any disputes, the owner will also have to relinquish his rights. Hence, timely registration is the key to a hassle-free ownership of any property bought.

Apart from the original sale deed (printed on an INR 2 stamp paper), the original documents (along with 4–5 copies each if need arises) needed for registration process are as follows – an affidavit in Kannada, the previously paid tax receipts of the property, the khata extract/certificate from the BBMP (if applicable), and two DDs for the registration and stamp duty. Two witnesses also need to be present along with the buyer and seller at the time of registration.

If Bangalore apartments registration charges are accounted for in your budget, then the apartment registration process becomes much less daunting and tedious task.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

Bangalore Affordable Flats – Are They Really Affordable?

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Bangalore Affordable Flats

People looking for Bangalore affordable flats today should not be under the misconception that all of them come cheap – even the cheapest of the livable apartments cost at least INR 20 lakhs in the Garden City. Affordable housing caused a furore in the city when it was first introduced. However, after the dust settled on the initial blitzkrieg, and the real picture began to emerge, people began to wonder if pricey Bangalore was getting affordable at all.

After the recession waned in 2010, Bangalore’s real estate market began looking good. Partly responsible for the same was the introduction of “affordable housing” – properties priced lower than the very high market prices. Even then, the prices of the Bangalore affordable flats are in the range of INR 15–25 lakhs (targeted at the BPO and PSU employees) and in the range of INR 25–40 lakhs (targeted at IT employees). Today, however, the average price range has increased, and the home areas have decreased. For instance, one can find very few 2BHK apartments (not more than 700–800 sq. feet in area) in Sarjapur Road, parts of Electronics City, Chandapura and Bellandur priced between INR 12–15 lakhs. Most of the affordable properties are in the range of INR 15–40 lakhs. An affordable 2BHK in Chandapura (priced anywhere between INR 15.5 and 25 lakhs) doesn’t have an area of more than 900–950 sq. feet. Bellandur has less than half the options in that price range, and carpet areas are even smaller. Hence, the price tag of affordable housing comes at a hefty price, i.e. lesser carpet areas.

Moreover, Bangalore affordable flats are not located in the best of the places. For instance Chandapura, although lying adjacent to NH 7 and fast–growing areas such as Bommasandra and Electronics City, the area lacks basic infrastructure such as places of entertainment, banks, hospitals, and schools. Although builders try and makeup for it by providing amenities, affordable townships hardly have the range of amenities that even the non–premium apartment complexes have. Some areas with affordable housing still grapple with water shortage problems and drainage and sewerage issues. Although the reason the houses are affordable is because developers have cut costs by buying land on the city’s outskirts, the future development of the area becomes a huge problem.

Many of the affordable housing projects in Bangalore begun by big–ticket developers have either sold very less (just around 30%) or are incomplete and hang in a state of limbo. Since the urban population is huge, the demand for affordable housing will never dry up. However, if Bangalore builders need to make affordable housing a success, then they need to apply forethought as to make life more liveable for the buyers and make the overall package attractive; it is only then that home seekers will be seriously interested in affordable housing. It is only a question of the purchasing power, prices, the perfect place and the future potential for development coming together.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

Bangalore Apartment Distress Sale – How to Find A Buyer?

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Bangalore apartment distress sale

There is many a Bangalore apartment distress sale out there today, making it a good time for home buyers and investors to clinch a good deal. Additionally, it is a relief for the seller to be able to sell off his distressed property house as well. Distressed properties usually fetch prices much below their market values due to a foreclosure order or due to being advertised for sale by its mortgagee. More often than not, they refer to the properties being in a bad physical condition due to the owner’s precarious financial situation. As a seller, how could you attract the attention of buyers and convince them to buy the property?

First and foremost, try and skip the agent. Agents take a commission of almost 3% for overlooking a Bangalore apartment distress sale, which ends up siphoning off any equity that you might have. Furthermore, the “for sale by owner” tag gives you a cushion to lower prices without losing your equity at the same time. It is also said that properties sold by owners sell quicker than those by agent–represented sellers. The second important thing to do is keeping the home in as much tip–top condition that you can. Separating the apartment from cloudy financial histories through a strong, clean presentation is a great way to attract a buyer. Buyers will be pleasantly surprised when they come to visit expecting a house that is in a not-so-great physical condition but instead find a great apartment ready to move into. That way, you can even hold on to your asking price without having to grovel.

The third thing is to market and list the apartment effectively. Formal websites such as foreclosureindia.com and NPAsource.com are great places to put up information about flats for auction and sale. Apart from them, other realty portals such as commonfloor, magicbricks and sulekha are also invaluable when it comes to property listings of any kind; mostly since 95% of today’s home seeking population starts their home search online. Not only should one have great descriptions about the house but also seven–eight well shot pictures of various rooms, which will tell the buyer an idea if he will get his money’s worth or not.

A Bangalore apartment distress sale is unsuccessful unless it is priced correctly. Asking prices should reflect the current market and not the state of the investment portfolio, house improvements or what you originally paid for the apartment; because none of those factors are relevant pricing factors. Thus, you must research about the prices of similar distress properties in the area.

Last but not the least, home sellers of distressed apartments need to maintain a tight leash on their emotions. In order to search for a good buyer who will give you the asking price on your flat, negotiating skills sans emotions are important. That is the indication of a distress property sale becoming a successful one.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

Bangalore Apartment Builders List – How to Pick a Good Builder?

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Bangalore Apartment Builders List

Over the last few years, the Bangalore apartment builders list has swelled manifold. Real estate is booming in the Garden City and builders, both big–ticket and small time ones have cashed in on the opportunity. Hence, choosing the right builder is extremely essential for a lifetime of security from your real estate investment.

The adage of “Knowledge is power” is very much relevant and applicable when it comes to searching for a good builder. You as a home seeker should not only have a comprehensive Bangalore apartment builders list in your hand but also find out detailed information about all of them. This includes their past experience as well as their on-going, completed, and future projects. You will be surprised as to how many builders you can eliminate by simply visiting their offices and by talking to them and asking them questions face-to-face.

Answers to questions about their regulations and licenses, whether their sanction plans have been approved by the BBMP, the kind of homes they have specialized in building, whether they have run into any problems in the past and their experience in the field can tell a about the builder’s behaviour and dealings. Understanding his preferred way of communication also speaks volumes about whether or not you’ll have problems in dealing with him. For instance, if all his communication is written and doubled up with e-mails and phone calls, then you can rest assured that any issue you have will be handled efficiently and in a timely manner.

Thirdly, home seekers visit the completed projects of the builders and talk to their existing customers and ask them whether they are fully satisfied with the builder’s work and if they faced any hassles during the home buying process. You can even ask about whether the builder stuck to his original plan or deviated from it or ask about the construction and other quality. You must remember that one or two complaints don’t mean that the builder is a bad one. Next, you ought to check the builder’s certification. Checking whether the builder is a member of the builders’ association and has a certification from ISO or BAI will help you to filter the good builders from the not-so-good ones.

If the property you’re interested in is under–construction, conducting onsite visits tells a lot about a builder’s way of working. You, as a home seeker, must check if he has workers’ and liability insurance. If you buy a house in the building and the builder doesn’t have the insurance, then then you will have to pay for injuries and accidents occurred during the construction of your house. Inspecting their model homes and check the fittings will tell you about the project’s quality.

The general Bangalore apartment builders list is long, but not all are worth your time, energy and money. Builders should infuse assurance in home seekers, and shouldn’t be on the lookout to simply make a sale. Going through the above steps carefully will guarantee you a good builder and your dream home.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

Bangalore Yelahanka Apartments – A Review

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Bangalore Yelahanka Apartments

Bangalore Yelahanka apartments

Until a decade ago, Bangalore Yelahanka apartments were not the Garden City’s most popular residential enclaves; today, they are one of the most sought–after properties to live in. The northern former satellite town, which lies only about 14km from downtown Bangalore, is now part of what is known as “Greater Bangalore”, i.e., one of its peripheral and suburban areas.

Not many people are aware that Yelahanka is the actual origin of Bangalore. It was only after it was developed that other localities, which make up the core areas of Bangalore today, were formed. Gradually, as the Bangalore–Hyderabad expressway, Kempegowda international airport, and the IT, financial and aerospace SEZ came up in Devanhalli, real estate in Yelahanka assumed heightened importance. Bangalore Yelahanka apartments, which make up almost 66% of all properties in the suburb, are popular because of a number of factors, the biggest of them being the region’s connectivity. Yelahanka is said to have one of the best road networks and railway setup in all of Bangalore. The neighbourhood is adjacent to NH 7 (Bangalore–Hyderabad highway/Bellary Road) and lies just 6.5km from ORR at its northern tip in Hebbal. The region is well-connected to some important transit and transport points including the Kempegowda international airport (18km), Bangalore railway station (17km), Yeshwantpur railway station (16km), and Kodigehalli railway station (7.6km) and the neighbourhood is also served by the Yelahanka railway station. The upcoming Phase III of the Namma Metro project will have a major north–south line running through the suburb. What’s more the area is also well – connected to many important commercial establishments, including the upcoming IT and financial park at Devanhalli and the Manyata Business Park at Hebbal.

Needless to say, the popularity of Bangalore Yelahanka apartments essentially stems from the excellent connectivity that the suburb enjoys. The current capital values for an apartment in the suburb are an average of INR 4,500/sq. feet. A 1BHK flat in Yelahanka with areas between 500 and 700 sq. feet are priced anywhere around INR 15–30 lakhs, depending upon the project and the builder. A 2BHK with an area of 1,000 sq. feet costs around INR 30 lakhs, whereas the cost of one with 1,200–1,300 sq. feet ranges from INR 40–80 lakhs depending upon the project. 3BHK flats are equally popular in the suburb, as most families today look for bigger spaces to accommodate the needs of their growing families. A 3BHK apartment in Yelahanka costs minimum INR 40 lakhs and can go up to as high as INR 1.5 crore. As it can be seen, Yelahanka has something for each and every buyer with a range of budgets.

While checking out apartments in Yelahanka, the one project that home seekers  should not miss out giving a look is Shriram Suhaana on Yelahanka–Doddaballapur Road. Spaciousness, exclusivity and tranquillity are what define this project which has a choice of 2/3/4BHK flats, along with amenities, beginning from INR 40 lakhs. Shriram Suhaana is one premium project at a non–premium cost that every home seeker in Yelahanka should check out.

Shriram Sameeksha – Affordable homes for all budgets
Shriram Signiaa – A dream house that you cannot miss
Shriram Smrithi – A wise investment that appreciates every year
Chirping Woods – A idyllic bird haven amidst lovely woods
Shriram Suhaana - Luxury villas and apartments for sale
Shriram Summitt – Make the right move now and book your space

CR044: Health Benefits of Gardening for Young Adults

Health benefits of Gardening1 300x222 CR044: Health Benefits of Gardening for Young AdultsGardening offers a multitude of health benefits to young adults, reveals study. Researchers have said that gardening can not only enhance home ad community landscapes and provide low-cost food sources,the level of physical activity required also offers a multitude of health benefits to young adults. Studies have confirmed that engaging in gardening can lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and increase psychological well-being. Listen on to know more!!