Aluva is no more a second choice, but a top priority for bui

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Aluva is no more a second choice, but a top priority for bui

Postby Ramirezd » Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:41 am

Aluva, although not far from the hustle and bustle of Cochin City, was just the second best option for those who looked for budgeted housing project, flats, or apartments around Kochi. But with more and more housing projects mushrooming in the city, leading to lesser availability of land and infrastructure, many top builders and investors have now started opting residential locations in Aluva to build luxury as well as moderately priced apartments, flats, and villas that are based on the growing demands of customers in Kerala and abroad. The skyrocketing land prices in Kochi have increased the prices of apartments and flats in many of the prime residential areas in the city, making them unaffordable for the working class and people with less than average income. This has lead to the launch of more than half a dozen of budget apartment/flat/villa projects in various parts of Aluva, which now entice more and more real estate investors, mainly due to the availability of world-class facilities at affordable cost. Some of the top developers have also started offering attractive discounts for bulk bookings of flats and Apartments in Aluva, for instance, if 5 people belonging to same company book together, they can easily negotiate the prices, and may even get a lot of freebies. So if you are looking out for a comfortable abode in Kochi, but can’t afford the sky-high prices, Aluva will be a wiser alternative where you can easily find low-priced apartments and flats with world-class amenities.
With more and more ongoing development projects, Kochi will soon rise to the status of one of the best metro cities in India, and Aluva, located a few kilometres away, is one of the prime beneficiaries of this amazing growth and progress of Kochi.

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