Hyderabad has long been booming as a major city of Deccan. The initial rulers of the Chalukyas, the Kakatias, the Bahamani Sultanate, and the Qutb Shahi Dynasty made this city a thriving centre. Then came the Nizams in the 1700s, who made Hyderabad India’s largest princely state with its own currency, mint, postal system, and railways.
In the last three decades, after 1990, the city has bloomed as an influential IT, Pharma, research, and education hub, which has propelled its high growth trajectory.
The formation of Telangana as a separate state pushed for fast-track growth and upgradation of roads, urban infrastructure, metro-rail, modern airport, telecommunications, and fast connectivity in the city and to the peripheries and adjoining districts of Hyderabad. Undoubtedly, Oxford Economics ranked the city as the fourth fastest-growing city in the world in 2020.
The boost and the growth have turned the city into India’s fastest-growing real estate market. According to market research and studies, in 2021, Hyderabad absorbed 6 million sq. ft of commercial space, among the highest number in metropolises. The residential rates in Hyderabad jumped from 3% to 5% in 2021, the highest among major cities.
Such has been the growth frenzy that, in the last few years, even the earlier suburbs have coalesced into the main city. The core areas of the city have been exhausted. And now, the quest for newer areas for development has progressed to miles further down. The peripheries have emerged as the hotspots for real estate growth today. The once sleepy outskirts such as Tellapur, Chegunta, Narsingi, and others have become a hub for new real estate development.
Hyderabad’s residential market includes four districts – Hyderabad, Medchal-Malkajgiri, Rangareddy, and Sangareddy.
In the month of December 2022, Medchal-Malkajgiri saw the maximum home sales registrations at 42%, followed by Rangareddy district at 36%. On the other hand, Hyderabad district witnessed just 16% of total registrations during the same period.
The availability of vast land tracts in the adjoining areas in the west and northwest has pushed developers and builders to tap into the potential of these new suburbs. Simultaneously, young investors are looking to invest their earnings into new areas/suburbs that will grow over the years. This has built a harmony of sorts between property developers’ initiatives and property seekers’ demand for new suburbs.
The government’s initiatives, like the proposed Hyderabad Pharma City in Rangareddy or the food processing industries in the Medchal district, are bound to create a wide range of employment opportunities in these areas. This will further encourage investments as the peripheries become the upcoming opportunities hub!
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