Affordable, Luxurious & Sustainable: Hyderabad developers modifying residential sector

Hyderabad, the silicon valley of India, is a preferred destination for both students and salaried professionals. Each year hundreds of individuals migrate to this city for better career prospects. Sample this, one-third of Amazon’s total India employee base works from Telangana, of which the majority resides in Hyderabad. This explains the growing appetite for rental housing and therefore more investment opportunities for property builders and home-owners alike. Besides corporate executives, college and university students are seeking rented accommodation facilities. In addition, the emergence of co-living space providers has further bolstered the state of the residential real estate in Hyderabad.

Presently, builders are focusing more on affordable housing projects. This change in the residential market of Hyderabad has resulted in higher growth potential in the residential segment. Experts at Modi builders review that with the launches of residential projects with different configurations like 1 BHK, 2BHK/3 BHK affordable apartments with luxurious specifications has boosted the demand for the apartments for sale in Hyderabad. In addition to this, the city  is also known for its bigger residential units like villas. Moreover, millennials will opt for smaller units. Co-living concept will also gain traction here. Modi builders also review that new trends will drive growth of the residential real estate segment in Hyderabad.

Hyderabad real estate developers have also taken a huge positive turn considering green features in projects like Golden County, Green Grace, Aparna One, etc., are some of the projects by Modi builders, SSGreen projects and Aparna Constructions, respectively. The range of affordable luxury villas in Hyderabad, inclusive of sustainable features, has been gaining popularity all over India. As the market has started moving towards a more sustainable future, the top builders in Hyderabad, among many other cities, have decided to create a positive impact on the environment through real estate.