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Infrastructure: The Key Real Estate Investment Criterion – Anil Pharande, CMD – Pharande Spaces


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We keep hearing the term ‘market drivers’ being used in real estate. What are they? Market drivers can be defined as developments in an area that increase the value of living there. It is a well-established fact that infrastructure is by far the most important driver for real estate demand and property appreciation growth. Infrastructure …

Why Roads Boost Real Estate Growth – Anil Pharande, Chairman – Pharande Spaces


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It is no secret that improved road connectivity is very important for real estate growth. Most property brokers will make a big case out of an area’s excellent road network and how this improves the appreciation value of a proposed property. But how exactly does this phenomenon work? What is the real ‘connection’ between better …

Pharande Spaces Announces Third Phase Of Luxury Township L-axis, PCMC


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PUNE, July 11 2014: Pharande Spaces, the leading real estate development company in the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, today announced the launch of three new towers at its highly successful luxury township L-axis. The announcement was made at a glittering ceremony that was attended by world-renowned architect and town planning expert Prof. Christopher Benninger, architect Mrs. …

For The Lack Of A Road…Anil Pharande, Chairman – Pharande Spaces & Vice President – CREDAI (Pune Metro)

There are often comparisons made between the infrastructure of Mumbai and Pune. The popular consensus seems to be that both cities are equally challenged as far as supportive infrastructure is concerned. This is inappropriate for two reasons – one, Mumbai’s growth pattern has been very different from Pune’s. The city has evolved into the country’s …