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Housing prices in Gurugram down 4 pc in last one year; Noida sees marginal rise: PropTiger

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 15-11-2019 11:17 IST | Created: 15-11-2019 11:17 IST
Housing prices in Gurugram down 4 pc in last one year; Noida sees marginal rise: PropTiger

Housing prices in Gurugram and adjoining areas have dropped 4 per cent in the last one year, while Noida and Greater Noida saw one per cent increase, according to brokerage firm PropTiger. The weighted average basic selling price (BSP) in Gurugram declined to Rs 4,868 per sq ft in July-September period from Rs 5,055 per sq ft a year ago, News Corp-backed PropTiger said in its report Real Insight.

Gurugram area includes Bhiwadi, Sohna and Dharuhera. However, rates in Noida (including Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway) rose marginally to Rs 3,921 per sq ft from Rs 3,886 per sq ft during the period under review.

As per the report, the combined housing sales in both Gurugram and Noida regions fell 47 per cent during the July-September period to 5,569 units. Sales in Gurugram fell by 31 per cent to 2,742 units in July-September this year from 3,988 in the corresponding period of last year, while demand plunged by 57 per cent to 2,827 units from 6,528 units.

In new supply, Gurugram saw an increase of 27 per cent to 2,353 units from 1,851 units, but Noida witnessed fall of 55 per cent to 736 units only from 1,647 units. As on September 30, 2019, builders in the two cities had an unsold stock of 1,06,317 units as against 1,15,598 units a year ago.

In its report, PropTiger tracks sales, launches, prices in residential markets of nine cities - Mumbai Metropolitan Region (including Navi Mumbai and Thane), Pune, Noida (including Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway), Gurugram (including Bhiwadi, Dharuhera and Sohna), Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Ahmedabad. PropTiger.com is part of Elara Technologies that also owns Housing.com and Makaan.com.


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