Are you Investing in Indian Real Estate? - Ask Experts

March 19, 2008

With the world going global and people living a hard and hectic life, they are on a constant hunt for a habibat where they can get rid of their tiredness or boredom. That is why more and more people are searching and investing in Indian properties.

Yes, Indian properties are selling like hot cakes and even attracting buyers and investors from round the globe. More and more people are now searching for properties in India and also making investments as and when they get an opportunity to do so. Indian properties are booming and mind you, they are more lucrative and beneficial too in the long run. With the dawn of internet, Indian property search and investment have gained popularity.

For the past few years a sudden rush has been witnessed in Indian property search and investment. Nowadays people invest their hard-earned money in the Indian properties as real estate is set to boom in the coming years. Development is taking place all over India as now most of the major cities and states are witnessing massive take over by multinationals which in turn have facilitated a boom in real estate and investments.

It would not be wrong to say that developments are taking place on a war footing. This is the reason why people are investing in properties in these cities. A majority of the investors who have been attracted towards the Indian properties and investment are either locals or NRIs (the latest figures tilt towards NRIs). Apart from that, the latest relaxation in regulations given by the government has invited more NRIs and local Indians to invest in Indian properties. Indian real estate is at present the most attractive and profitable option and also the best money spinning option as the value of properties in India is sky-rocketing.

To cope up with the real estate market in India, and potential investors who seek more information on India's real estate specially that of Mangalore and Bangalore, Daijiworld introduces a new column where readers can ask real estate-related questions to experts.

To begin with, Daijiworld introduces Avinash Prabhu, managing director of SKYLINE Constructions, one of India's leading real estate companies based in Bangalore.


The story of Skyline Construction and Housing Pvt Ltd is one of determination and constant pursuit of excellence. A story that dates back to 125 years when Skyline started off as a family-owned enterprise with holdings in coffee plantation. Later the enterprise branched out to property development and became a leading name in the real estate industry. In just over two decades since its inception Skyline Constructions has become one of the most trusted builders in Karnataka. Recognized by KOAPA, Skyline today stands tall as an ISO 9001 certified conglomerate with its standards and ethics firmly cemented by virtues of honesty and integrity.

Skyline has succeeded by building world-class quality spaces as well as establishing concrete relationships that form the framework of its construction process. That is why clients have the confidence to rely, time and again, on its experience, financial strength and domestic expertise to make their vision a reality. Over 60 successfully completed projects, adding up to over four million square feet in industrial, commercial and residential space stands testimonial to the trust the clients showed in Skyline over the years.

With more than 23 years of valuable experience in the field of engineering and construction, Skyline possesses unparalleled skills to deliver projects that exude individuality, excellence and finesse. Today under the able leadership of a dynamic managing director Avinash Prabhu and a well-dedicated team of architects and engineers, Skyline is realizing world-class quality projects catering to the ever-growing demand for commercial and residential spaces across south India .

Together with its presence in Bangalore, Chennai, Mysore, Mangalore and Kochi, Skyline Construction also has global representations in the United States and Dubai

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