Bengaluru: India’s Silicon Valley
One of India’s fastest-growing cities and a major hub for IT and IteS companies, Bengaluru is home to a cosmopolitan population of mostly millennials. The city, in which English is spoken widely, is dynamic and largely urbanised, reflecting its progressive lifestyle. The tropical climate, modern lifestyle, gardens and waterbodies majorly attract people who want to make Bengaluru their home.
The city is well connected with all important Indian cities by road, rail and air; hence houses India’s third busiest airport. The efficient Bengaluru Metro Rail serves the people across the city while the new airport Metro line gets the green signal to start construction.
Bengaluru always has high residential demand due to its technology- and higher education-driven economy and rapid urbanisation. The city witnessed a 46% jump in residential sales in Q4 2020 over Q3 2020, garnering some investor-driven demand in high-end projects.