Gurgaon rental market went through a pass up and down Indian real estate scenario. With the offices of many offices and the convergence of constant flow of experts to the city from across the nation and the world, the importance of real estate rental has greatly increased. Gurgaon has largely noticed that it is the center of multinational IT and BPO companies who prefer to establish their branch office by paying the rent instead of owning the property. Even, experts coming to the job market are interested in staying at the apartment rather than investing in buying a home as a permanent shelters.
Renting Gurgaon is an important aspect of the real estate market as the city visits by many emigrants who mostly come and stay in the city for a limited time to carry out their professional tasks or business goals. Feeling more and more demand for rental housing and business premises, many giants of real estate are now investing in building a rental complex.
Gurgaon can be accessed by well-designed business premises that are ideal for high-quality business units and also executed. The following information will provide a rough idea of the rate rented in different sectors of the city.
Old Gurgaon – The old part of Gurgaon is mainly considered the western side of the NH8. Old Gurgaon covers sectors such as 14, 15, 17, 5, 10, 18, 22, 23 and Palam Vihar. Rent rates are relatively high in sectors 14, 15 and 17 from other sectors of Old Gurgaon. Renting stations 2 BHK would be between INR 8K and 12k, 3 BHK will be INR 15k per month and 4 BHK will be 20k.
New Gurgaon – New Gurgaon is the eastern part of NH8 and north of Sohne Road. Sectors 28 to 57, DLF Phases, Sushant Lok Phases make New Gurgaon. Office and home rentals are located near MG Road and Golf Course Road are quite high. 2 BHK flat will be around 12k, 3 BHK will be 20k per month, and 4 BHK will be between 30k and 40k.
An independent bungalow rental of 4 BHKs on or near Sohna Road would be close to 40k, 3 BHK would be about 15k and 2 BHK would be 12k per year.