All about the new RRR: Regional Ring Road

Unlike the period action drama that the maker of Baahubali is making, RRR is nothing similar to what we are about to discuss. This RRR stands for Regional Ring Road – the nod for which has already been given by the Central government for Hyderabad. Let’s talk about this particular RRR in detail, shall we?

THE ORIGIN

For the last several years, the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) MPs have been representing the central government and seeking permission for Regional Ring Road (RRR). The central government had already approved in principle, for the RRR project way back in 2018, but later failed to make any further announcements on the project.

In the initial phase of the project, the union government had issued a gazette notification to commence work for 166 kilometres of the Regional Ring Road in 2017. The stretch connected Sangareddy, Toorpan and Choutuppal.

The financial viability of the project came into question by the Union Road Transport and Highways Ministry in 2019. That’s when a fresh Detailed Project Report (DPR) was called for and the Telangana government duly complied. When the report was submitted, the second phase of the project was lost in oblivion.

It was only when yet another fresh representation by the TRS delegation was made recently and the Union Minister informed the delegation that the second phase of the RRR project connecting Choutuppal, Shadnagar and Kandi has been approved.

ALL ABOUT RRR – REGIONAL RING ROAD

The overall length of the 6-lane RRR project would be 338 km while the width would be 500 feet. The state government has agreed to share at least 50% cost towards land acquisition to execute the project that’s estimated to cost about INR 13,000-crore. The land acquisition for RRR has been completed by the state government and the project is awaiting clearance from the forest department to invite tenders. The RRR is said to come up beyond the existing Outer Ring Road (ORR) and is expected to play a significant role in the economic development of Telangana.

The Regional Ring Road would be connecting Sangareddy, Narsapur, Toorpan, Gajwel, Choutuppal, Bhongir, Jagdevpur, Ibrahimpatnam, Chevella, and Shankarpalli.

TELANGANA PLANS FOR RRR

In order to boost the economic advancement of the state, the Telangana government plans to develop 50 acres within the 30 to 40-kilometre wide strip between ORR and RRR into satellite townships. The state hopes that the RRR will help uplift the infrastructure investments, employment opportunities between the circular roads and reduce congestion in Hyderabad.

It is also said that the Union Minister has given his approval for expansion of the 31.8-km Kodad-Khammam National Highway to 4 lanes under the Bharatmala Pariyojana programme. The Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Mr. Nitin Gadkari has also confidently responded to the demands for the completion of several highway projects as promised under the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.

At TMR Group, we believe that these kinds of developments not only help the state to prosper and grow economically, but they offer numerous opportunities for businesses to mutually progress along with the state as well. While we, at TMR Group, have constantly been contributing to the cause, we feel that the Regional Ring Road, just like the title and the maker of the movie suggests, would be a huge blockbuster.

All you need to know about plots

All you need to know about plots

When it comes to buying a plot in India, the formalities and the rules and regulations are aplenty. India is a land (quite literally) predominantly of farmers and businessmen or farmers-turned-businessmen, and rarely the vice-versa is true. Therefore, the need to grow from a regular agricultural land is quite normal. In this blog, we would speak in detail about different kinds of plots and how they fare in today’s market.

Agricultural Plots

Also known as farm plots or open land, these land parcels are used exclusively for agricultural activities. Agriculture, being the major contributor to the Indian economy, the amount of agricultural land available in our country is humungous. Keeping the controversies aside, the recent farmer’s protests might have also brushed up our knowledge in this particular area.

There are certain dos and don’ts when it comes to buying or selling agricultural lands. You are prohibited to develop residential or commercial projects in that plot. You are not allowed to sell it to anyone who is not a farmer. If you intend to sell it to someone who isn’t a farmer, you must put your land up for N.A. (Non-Agricultural) conversion and then once the conversion is done you may sell it to anyone. This brings us to the next kind of plot.

NA Plots

Just as the previous sentence said, NA refers to Non-Agricultural land and these plots can be used for residential or commercial purposes. By default, every land in India is defined as “Agricultural Land” unless until it is defined by some other purpose. In case the land is defined as NA, it’s not just for residential purposes. It can be classified further into these categories –

NA – Commercial

NA – Warehouses

NA – Resort

NA – IT

NA – Residential

Caveat emptor: Many real estate builders use deceptive terms such as “Proposed NA” to lure buyers into a honey trap. There are quite a number of cases where the land has taken more than 10 years to get the NA status.  Let’s dive deep into the NA – Residential plots as there are many other categories where the land can be divided.

Residential Plots: These plots are unique for those who wish to build an independent home as per their taste.

Apartments: The real estate builders who wish to construct a cluster of the housing complex usually in high-rise or low-rise buildings can choose this category.

Villas/Row Houses/Bungalows: These residential plots come under the premium category as they are spacious and luxurious projects available at a higher rate than the usual because of space, location, etc.

Builder Floor: This allows a person to own an entire floor for independent living. These kind of spaces cost a bit higher than apartment floors and a bit cheaper than the bungalow plots.

With a legacy of more than 15 years in plotting, TMR Group has become a renowned brand in and around the region of Hyderabad. The brand offers clear title agricultural and NA plots for everyone in the country and even overseas to invest, make a living and progress with prosperity. The gated community projects ensure that your plots are safe and secure and you do not have to worry about their maintenance for at least a decade. That’s the TMR promise.

What you need to know before relocating

Reasons for relocating to a new place can be many. To make it one of the best moves, one must consider several points that make moving to a new place easy and worthwhile. Here in this blog, we are going to throw some light on aspects that can make you shift swiftly.

Getting Familiar through Research

Shifting to a new place is a toiling task. And living in an unknown place can be more pounding. Before relocating to a new location, one must thoroughly research the surroundings like – stores, malls, medical facilities, connectivity and more. Knowing the existence of such facets can help in more swift functionality when you move into a new space. Such preparation would help you save time and energy and would also help you keep focused on carrying out different essentials.

Measuring the time period

When relocating to a new place, one must chalk out for how long one plans to stay in that particular place. Having that done, it gets easier to plan properly for the given tenure. Having a long-term plan of staying at a place helps you develop a sense of belonging. One can gel with neighbours, try to customise the space, build something new and do so much more. The time period for one’s stay is an essential touchpoint that influences various other factors.

Best time to shift

One must properly assess the best time to shift to a particular home. As it changes the area of your current residence, various other elements play an important role. A new region can have a different climate as compared to the existing space where one is residing. These factors seem very minor but have a great impact on your experience and the lifestyle you would aspire to lead. Studying these touchpoints and then making a move would be more benefitting than just planning at random and trying to execute them.

Cost Estimation

Moving to a new place involves additional cost. Firstly, it’s about assigning packers and movers who can effectively pack all your belongings and transport them to your newly selected home. The process is time-consuming and at times, highly confusing with a lot of things to be shifted and rearranged to a new place. One must map all the costs that would be coming your way when planning to relocate. Also, one has to properly calculate the deposit, maintenance and other such charges. Having a proper map of such essentials, help in carrying out such processes with ease and comfort.

Eliminating the junk

There can be various items which would be of no use at the new place of residence. One must try to do a property tour to the new place and assess what material can stand insignificant there (as mentioned in the earlier blog). Such items should be omitted from transportation in turn saving your time, energy and extra cost it includes. Lack of storage space also can make you throw some items which were a right fit at your previous residence. These items should also be discarded from transportation.

At TMR Group, we make sure all these points are checked. When you visit the site to assess the plot, all the parameters such as location, amenities, cost, etc. are taken care of so that you get a value for money deal and your choice to relocate to a new location is justified. TMR Group offers you a plethora of options to choose from across various prime locations in Hyderabad. So, if you are planning to relocate to the City of Pearls, you better make a gem of a choice.

Property Tours in today’s time

Property tours in today’s time

A property tour is usually done for the purpose of visiting, inspecting, and assessing the property. Property tours help in assessing and authenticating a property in person. There are several benefits of doing a property tour before making a deal. It’s the first and foremost parameter for any kind of property buying and hence it should be considered every time you long for buying any residential or commercial property. In this blog, we are going to have a look at what really makes property tours so significant. 

Helps you compare

While buying any kind of residential or commercial property, one usually considers a variety of other options before locking any particular property. The highly competitive real estate market has a variety of options to offer in a given budget window. Hence, property tours help in assessing a property physically. The size, shape, material used, built and other such aspects can be thoroughly inspected in person when one decides to buy a property. 

Authenticity

A property tour also helps one authenticate the existence of a property at the promised location. It also helps the buyer to know the builder who is offering the property and also helps build a bond of trust between themselves. At times, things differ or are completely different than what is projected in the image or website. Having a property tour makes one eliminate all the doubts and also helps one compare every aspect that is being promised with a particular residential or commercial property. Doing a property tour also helps one see, register construction activity on the project site through which one can also measure or assess the pace, and other details of the project. Also, authenticity in terms of the project’s documentations, are quite necessary to evaluate while you are on a property tour.

Vibe/Vastu

You won’t wish for an awful entrance that leads you to a luxurious apartment. Doing a property tour helps you assess every element of the property thoroughly. The roads that lead you to your dream property, the location, the entrance gate of the property, accessibility, surroundings of the property, hurdles, and all such criterions can be rightly scrutinized when one longs to buy a new commercial or residential property. Apart from this, each location/property carries an aura, a vibe that makes you feel at ease or gives you that portion of solace that you would want to cherish for the rest of your lifetime. And to experience such an element, visiting a property in person or to say doing a property tour helps a lot. Call it vibe or vastu, people do believe in the energy that a particular place carries. If the individual believes to own a vastu-compliant project, making sure of it can only happen by visiting the property site personally. 

Virtual Reality (VR)

Since the outbreak of the pandemic, Virtual Reality (VR) has received an unprecedented response in the real estate industry. Technologies such as VR are helping developers tap their target audience online and make them experience the property through virtual walkthroughs and more. Property plans are created in 3D are mounted onto a technology platform that helps buyers access is it from any part of the world. Buyers are able to visit properties without even stepping out of their homes. However, VR has certain disadvantages when compared to property tours in physical. VR is developing at a never seen before pace but still has not been able to match what the real experience or real walkthroughs offer. Also, as said, experiencing the vibe of a place is not really possible through virtual reality technology. Attempts are being made to include a wholesome experience for such virtual tours and maybe in the future, these VR tours would get closer to what real property tours offer. 

At TMR Group, we make sure that every individual who visits our property ticks off all the parameters that help them make their buying process simpler. With a wide range of properties ranging from residential to commercial to gated community projects, when people visit TMR Group for property tours, they are in for a ride (pun intended).

Dynamics of land appreciation

Dynamics of land appreciation

Owning a wealth asset is good, but owning a real estate asset is great. Out of various investment options, real estate investment is considered to be the most reliable form of investment. An essential point for this consideration is the security it offers. Over time, land value is set to gain a rise helping you possess an asset that promises returns like no other. In this blog, we are going to have a look at what factors affect land appreciation and such.

Land – The asset of worth

Every year, property rates surge higher owing to high demand and other essential factors. The ever-increasing population in India sets the need for space in terms of residential and commercial, all across the nation. The rise in property rates depends on various factors that influence the upsurge.

 The location of land plays the most vital role in influencing prices. Any property located at a prime destination holds more value and offers more returns as compared to other properties. Property closer to the city makes the land costlier.

Social Infrastructure near any property increases the value of the land. Places like educational institutions, hospitals, sports, and recreation are considered under social infrastructures that add value to everyday lifestyle. And hence, the presence of such things near a land helps gain more value.

Malls, shopping centers, multiplexes, and other entertainment zones also influence property rates. Such factors add more to lifestyle and hence it affects land appreciation. Reselling of such assets also attract heavy returns.

The presence of transportation services like – metro, bus stations, well-constructed roads highly affects the land rates. Everyday commute demands essentials for going to and fro and hence these aspects influence real estate rates. 

Green cover or water bodies like lakes or rivers also influence the property rates. Such natural bodies offer healthful experiences and hence such lands hold significant value. Such properties are usually sued for weekend getaways, farmhouses, or other such factors.

When the government announces construction of new roadways, airports, ports, or other such amenities, people wish to stay closer to such projects which add value to everyday living and hence demand land near such proposed projects go high.

When one plans to buy land as an investment, picking the right property to invest in is the key to getting better returns. Considering these aspects before buying a piece of land would help in making a better deal to buy a home or for wealth growth. At TMR Group, we analyze and choose strategic locations to help our clients acquire nothing but the best. Our plots at prime destinations in Hyderabad are clear title residential plots for you to invest in or buy a home. With several advantages, these plots promise to deliver you the best returns in the future. Connect with TMR Group to start your dream journey and possess an asset of real worth and value.