What makes Hyderabad different from other cities?
While some pin Hyderabad’s success on new infrastructure developments, others cite the city’s brand image. because the connectivity within the city improves due to the Hyderabad Metro, the town has also retained its top position in Mercer’s Quality of Living Survey-2019, for the fifth time in a very row.
At a time when awareness about cleanliness is growing among home buyers thanks to the rise in pollution levels, Hyderabad has also managed to attain better on this parameter. within the centre’s Swachh Survekshan 2020 survey, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) was voted the ‘Best Mega City in Citizen Feedback’.
More importantly, unlike property markets within the urban center Region (NCR), Hyderabad has not been at the receiving end of any negative publicity due to large-scale project delays.
Housing.com data shows that over 15,000 housing units are delayed by five years during this market, as compared to over two lakh homes within the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR).
“Unlike the MMR or NCR, the sizes of housing projects in markets like Hyderabad and Chennai are smaller. Among other things, this also ensures that developers are able to meet project deadlines,” says Ramesh Babu, a Hyderabad-based realty agent. “Since developers during this region are focused on luxury projects, the market doesn’t face an issue of plenty either,” Babu adds.