Five most popular property destinations in India

 

Indian property is increasingly sought-after by international buyers and investors. Those looking for a new life overseas are attracted by the country's vast employment opportunities for expats, while the strong Indian economy makes it ideal for real estate investors.

But what if you've never been to India before? Which state do you start with?

TheMoveChannel.com analyses the number of enquiries received last year and profiles the most popular property destinations in India:

 

Mumbai

One of the most populous cities in the world, the Indian capital of Mumbai is as exciting as it gets. The thriving home to millions of people from around the world, including global corporations and the Bollywood film industry, Mumbai is a hub for tourists, investors and house hunters alike.

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Punjab

Located in the North-West of India, the state of Punjab promises residents summer temperatures as high as 110°F and beautiful rural landscapes, thanks to its agriculture-driven economy. Popular hotspots include Jalandhar, Amritsar and Tarn Taran Sahib.

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Kerala

Located in the South-West of India, the state of Kerala is hugely popular with tourists thanks to its beautiful backwaters, picturesque beaches and tropical surroundings. Followers of ayurvedic medicine flock to the region, which also boasts the highest life expectancy in the country: buy a house there and you can enjoy it for even longer.

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Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is the Southernmost state of India and attracts a wide variety of visitors thanks to its range of religious sites, natural wonders and beach resorts; a combination that makes Tamil country equally popular for holiday homes and domestic properties.

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Gujarat

Gujarat is a state in the West of India with a landscape that dates back to the Bronze Age. The area's history, combined with its miles of coasts and ancient docks makes it a vibrant, increasingly sought-after destination for overseas buyers and tourists. In fact, the popular hotspot Surat City was recently ranked one of the fastest growing cities in the world.

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