The Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is the capital of the Indian state of Karnataka. It is officially known as Bengaluru.

You will love the pleasant climate of the Garden city. You will be surprised to know that its elevation is the highest among the most important cities of the country. Current real estate market in Bangalore is flourishing and growing by leaps and bounds. Planned infrastructure projects in the city promise better connectivity and can easily boost affordable housing in some areas.

Approved Plots, Budget Flats, Gated Communities, Luxury Villas, Row Houses and Independent Houses are offered by several reputed real estate players in Bangalore. You will be glad to know that Bangalore real estate market 2016 news said that Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL) is planning to raise Rs 12,000 crores for 2nd phase of metro rail. By and large expected cost of this 2nd phase is Rs 26,450 crore, while state and centre government are funding 50 per cent of it.

If you look at Bangalore real estate market trends, you will see that earlier the Bangalore real estate prices were going up and it was becoming tough for a middle class home buyer to have a budget flat in Banglaore. But, in the recent news reports some of the experts see Bangalore real estate prices falling and this has happened after demonetization.

North’s residential market in Bangalore has got immense potential for huge growth due to its physical and social infrastructure such as High speed Rail Link, Devanahalli Business Park, Elevated Expressway to BIAL,  and broadening of Bellary Road, according to North Bangalore real estate news. Yelahanka, Hebbal, Hennur Road, Doddabalapur Road, Banaswadi, and HBR Layout, etc are the hot spots in North Bangalore. Sarjapur Road is the most active locality among top localities in Bangalore.