Why Plot Investment In Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway Is A Good Option

Why Plot Investment In Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway Is A Good Option?

  • Real Estate Blog: The recently inaugurated 119 km long Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway is becoming the eye candy of plot investors these days. The newly built expressway, which cost an estimated amount of Rs. 8,066 crores to get constructed will ultimately increase urbanization in the nearby areas attracting plot investment in Bangalore and Mysore. The 10-lane expressway connects the two major technology hubs of India between the NICE Road (Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprises Road) and the Outer Ring Road (ORR).
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The recently inaugurated 119 km long Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway is becoming the eye candy of plot investors these days. The newly built expressway, which cost an estimated amount of Rs. 8,066 crores to get constructed will ultimately increase urbanization in the nearby areas attracting plot investment in Bangalore and Mysore. The 10-lane expressway connects the two major technology hubs of India between the NICE Road (Nandi Infrastructure Corridor Enterprises Road) and the Outer Ring Road (ORR).  

The expressway is aimed at reducing the travel time between the two cities almost by half from 3 hours to 90 minutes. Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway is part of NH-275 and will connect top neighborhood villages and towns like Ramanagara, Kumbalgodu, Srirangapatna, Bidadi and others. These Villages and towns ideally fall within a few kilometers radius or on the outskirts of Bengaluru and Mysore cities. 


Investment in plots in Bangalore is one of the top choices for real estate investors. This is due to the growing infrastructure and development in the city’s peripheral areas. Bengaluru, the fastest-growing IT hub has the finest infrastructure and is home to top IT companies and leading startups in India and abroad. Mysore is another city that offers a bright future for real estate investors since the third largest city in Karnataka witnesses rapid developments in commercial and residential properties making it another favorite choice for investors.

Reasons To Buy A Plot Near The Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway

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1. An Ideal Location

The plots on the expressway located on the outskirts of the city make for an excellent location for all. The link between the major cities makes it an ideal location for both commercial and residential setups. Moreover, plots in these areas are free from excessive pollution and the noise of busy cities. People who want to relax and get some peace are often looking for such stays that are away from the city but also aren’t very far.

2. Growing Tourism

Due to the improved proximity between Bengaluru and Mysore, tourism is bound to increase. Increased tourism will eventually lead to more residential property developments yielding higher returns on investment.

3. Affordable Prices And Variety Of Options

The plots on the Bengaluru-Mysore expressway can be purchased at comparatively reasonable prices. The plots at this location are available in various sizes starting from 20x30 to 80x100 sqft.

4. Increased Return On Investment

Bengaluru city has already been titled the most developed city in India and Mysore city is also following in its footsteps. Due to the fast infrastructural development in the areas near the Bengaluru-Mysore expressway, plot investments have become very lucrative. Land prices have increased considerably in recent years and will increase even more in the coming years. That’s why if you consider plot investment in Bangalore and Mysore expressway today, it can yield greater returns in the future.

Karnataka Govt’s Upcoming 5 Satellite Towns Project

Amidst the growing demand for villas in and around the city’s outskirts, the Karnataka government has recently announced plans to build 5 high-tech satellite towns. These towns on the outskirts of Bengaluru city will have 1,000 villas each to reduce the burden on the capital city.

The project would be spread across an area of almost 500 acres of land and would be carried out on a 50:50 partnership basis between the landowners and the Karnataka Housing Board. This makes for a wonderful opportunity for real estate investors to buy a plot on the city’s outskirts for an impressive return on investment.

Conclusion

The economic surge in Bengaluru and Mysore cities, reduced travel time, great connectivity within the cities and towns, and high demand due to excellent future growth opportunities make plot investment on the Bengaluru-Mysore Expressway a fitting choice for plot investors who are seeking high real-estate benefits in the future.

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Types of Warehouses

  • Real Estate Blog: Functions of warehousing have significantly changed with the arrival of Third-party logistics and ECommerce companies such as Xpressbees, Delhivery, Snowman, Flipkart, Nykaa, etc, which are transforming the commercial sector of India.
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Functions of warehousing have significantly changed with the arrival of Third-party logistics and ECommerce companies such as Xpressbees, Delhivery, Snowman, Flipkart, Nykaa, etc, which are transforming the commercial sector of India.

A warehouse is a space used for commercial activities such as storing different types of goods or Inventory for a certain period before the delivery to their location. It’s an integral part of a logistic supply chain.

Warehouses are broadly divided into two kinds:

Generic Warehouse

A generic warehouse is a storage facility that is used to store a wide range of goods and products, rather than being specialized for a particular type of item. These warehouses for rent in Bangalore may be used by a variety of different businesses and organizations, and may be privately owned or operated by a third party logistics (3PL) company. They are typically large, multi-level structures that are designed to maximize the use of space and allow for efficient storage, handling, and distribution of goods.

Cold Storage

Cold Storage warehouses are mainly used to store perishable goods as their main objective to maintain temperature. Some examples of such goods are medical supplies, Agri products, etc. to extend their lifespan. Depending on the uses, It can be split further in two types:
  • Refrigerated with a controlled temperature of 0 to 10°C. Utilized for storing/preserving agricultural products such as fruits and vegetables etc.
  • Freezing, with the controlled temperature at -70 to 0°C. Utilized for storing/preserving medicinal products such as pharma products, surgeries, vaccines, ETC.
Cold Storage and Generic Warehouses can be further classified based on usage. They are as follows:
  • Raw materials Warehouse
  • Sortation Centers
  • On-Demand Warehouse
  • Bonded Warehouse

Explaining the types of Warehouses:


Raw materials Warehouse:

The raw material warehouse is the primary stage in the logistic supply chain, where the required raw materials for making the finished products are stored. Examples of types of raw materials stored are:

  • The bulk quantity of chemicals
  • Plastics
  • Metals
  • Clay
  • Sand
  • Food Products

Sortation Centers:

Sortation centers fall before the final stage of the delivery in the logistic Supply chain; this is where the finished goods/transhipment goods arrive to be sorted out based on their location and finally dispatched to their destination. It’s used mainly by Retail and the E-commerce companies like Flipkart, Amazon, Big Basket, Reliance Retail, More, ETC. Use Sortation Centers to sort the products.

On-Demand Warehouse:

The on-demand warehouse allows clients to store their goods in a warehouse for a short period.

On-demand services help the client by giving them

  • Flexibility
  • Free to move the goods (next day delivery) ETC.

Bonded Custom Warehouse:

Bonded warehouses are different from regular warehouses. Here the imported or related goods are kept until the custom duty is paid.

Types of bonded warehouses:

  • Temporary Storage Areas
  • Public Bonded Warehouses
  • Private Bonded Warehouses
  • Free Warehouses

Conclusion

Warehouses are an integral part of a Supply chain; at the beginning, they were mainly used as a storage space, but as we move forward with the changes in technology happening day by day, the warehouse is evolving from a storage space to a data-driven automated warehouse by helping the clients, and suggesting the best locations for renting warehouse.

To know more about the emerging warehousing demands and evolution ofthe industry, head to our other blog: The Rise of Hyper-Local Delivery and Last mile Delivery Startups

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The Real Estate Regularity Authority (RERA)

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    On May 1st, 2016, the Indian Government established an act for the Real Estate Regulatory Authority to regulate and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure the

    • To protect the interest of the consumers.
    • To bring efficiency and transparency to real estate development.
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Introduction

On May 1st, 2016, the Indian Government established an act for the Real Estate Regulatory Authority to regulate and promotion of the real estate sector and to ensure the To protect the interest of the consumers. To bring efficiency and transparency to real estate development.
  • To protect the interest of the consumers.
  • To bring efficiency and transparency to real estate development.

Why was it Introduced(Problem)

In India Before 2016, People were hesitant to buy an under-construction property, due to the:
  • Delay in Construction time
  • With low transparency, the probability of brokers/developers scamming the buyers were more.
  • There was low trust and transparency between the buyer and the seller.

Eco-System

This is how the ECO-System worked before RERA:

When a builder announces the construction of a building like an apartment, The builder starts to sell the under-constructed apartment as an Advance Payment starting from 10% and going on up to 60%. The money collected didn’t go to the property one bought instead, it goes for the new project. The buyer might be thinking what’s the problem here? Due to this,

  • The construction time of your building will keep on getting increased
  • If the other property which they have invested with your hard-earned money goes into litigation or problem, the building you have bought will be further delayed, or worse the builder might declare insolvency.
  • All this would happen without your knowledge, Buyers won’t even know who is the builder, or whether all the documents have been approved or not by the government, due to the lack of transparency in the real estate market.
  • Buyers were not able to complain about the problems they faced.
  • Most buyers take a bank loan to buy the apartment, believing it’s more affordable than a fully constructed building and appreciates its value in the future, when a problem like this occurs they have to face the consequences, the worst part is they still have to pay the bank loan, even if the apartment has stopped the construction.
  • Buyers approached the court to resolve their issues, but due to the vast number of existing cases makes it a tedious legal process and caused long delays in resolving Buyer issues apart from the time and cost.
  • In certain situations, the property consultant also face scrutiny, without his mistake.
  • Due to all these problems, there has been low trust in the Real Estate market, resulting to the buyer suffering the brunt in the end.

How Rera is impacting the eco-system

These are some of the important changes that happened after RERA was introduced
  • Improving Transparency: Under Rera Act, every builder has to give the following info about the property: Building info: To know about the information visit the “Rera website”, and search for the project name will get the list of information such as:
    • Project Builder, their past projects, Status of the building, Approved Date, Date of the project completion, Complaints/Litigation of the property.
  • Property consultant: Every property consultant who wants to sell a property has to register through RERA like brokers in the stock market.
  • Documents Approved by the government and other important things. If a builder has a project exceeding 500sq meters they must be registered in the RERA. If not, they must pay 10% of the total project cost as a fine.

Impact on buyers

  • Advance payment: According to the RERA Act builders can’t ask for more than 10% of the building amount as an advance.
  • Defect after possession: If a builder has constructed the building poorly, they must rectify it within 5 years from handover.
  • Construction on time: If a builder is unable to finish the building on the projected time, they will be charged with a fine.
  • Legal filing: If a builder has not constructed the building according to the Standard deviation/Proposed Promise the buyer can complain about it through RERA and the problem is sorted sooner also know the number of cases the builder is currently facing in court.

Conclusion

Finally, as a buyer, it’s always important to know what are the trends and the new changes (like Fractional Ownership, REITS, etc.) happening in the market. The RERA body is and will bring structure into the real estate industry and bring about the change that we need to protect all parties.

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