India is one of the countries experiencing incredible growth in residential properties, especially in major cities and their outlying areas. There is a constant need for residential properties due to the on-going increase in population. Homes are in high demand, especially properties that are stylish, well-constructed, and offering great amenities to its residents. Homes that have a constant supply of electricity and water are in high demand, too.
Residential properties in India are popular among non-resident Indians (NRI). These people are citizens of India—with an Indian passport—but need to temporarily immigrate to other countries for education or employment. NRIs are exploring plots and properties in their homeland where they can build their home, and their investment in real estate contributes to the continued growth of the industry.
Property developers and builders in India are continuously aiming to meet the demands for high-quality homes in India. They focus on building great projects not just within major cities, but also around these dense urban areas. Some of the great examples are in Kovaipudur, a large township in Coimbatore located at the foot of the Western Ghats, at the mouth of Palghat Pass.
Kovaipudur is also known as ‘Little Ooty’ because of its serene environment and cool climate. Its mean temperature is usually cooler than the temperature in the city of Coimbatore, making it a relaxing, noise-free, and green place to settle in.
Property builders and developers planned their projects well in Kovaipudur, making sure that the gated communities are well connected by buses and accessible to schools, public transportation, shopping centers, and other important facilities. These factors ensure that Kovaipudur is a conducive place for living, raising a family, or studying. Outdoorsy residents will also appreciate the proximity of Kovaipudur to nature, so they have plenty of places to explore.