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10 reasons to invest in residential projects in Nashik and Pune

by Shauns Anderson Sales & Marketing
Living in Mumbai presents you with several nice opportunities. From high end schools to presence of international airport and one of India’s biggest railway stations, Mumbai has everything for someone to build a life of prosperity. But there comes a time when this city becomes chaotic and way too fast. This is the reason why you should plan to move to another city of Maharashtra. Here are a few reasons why you should consider moving to Nashik or Pune to spend your retirement life in a much peaceful way.

    • As of now, the apartments costs way cheaper compared to Mumbai

    • By selling the flat in Mumbai, you can invest in a much more high end residential projects in Nashik or Pune

    • These cities are new and upcoming with several new MNCs. You will always find renting opportunities that will look after your expenses in Mumbai

    • Both cities have a strong presence of airports, railway stations and bus stands

    • One can shift their corporate base to Pune or Nashik and save a lot of money

    • Since both cities are in the development phase, the property market has a huge investment opportunities

    • Luxury flats in Pune or Nashik will cost almost the same like a 2BHK flat in Andheri or Virar

    • With connectivity of National Highways and expressways, the pain of travelling in reduced

    • The weather or Pune and Nashik is way more pleasant

    • Both cities have world class entertainment centres, malls and multiplexes

Because of these reasons you should consider purchasing flats outside Mumbai. Ekta World is one of the biggest real estate companies in Maharashtra looking after high end projects in Nashik and Pune. For more details, contact their customer service team today. 

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