Real Estate Bangalore Trends: 

With the growth of different ventures and a likely recovery in sales, Bangalore real estate is expected to resurge with a bang in 2021. With the smallest inventory overhang among India’s top seven cities, Bangalore real estate may be able to regain its lustre sooner. Homebuyers would choose ready-to-move-in properties – There is no GST, and there are tempting deals such as “move-in now, pay later.” The extra room in 2.5 BHK and 3.5 BHK configurations can be transformed into a compact workspace, which is in high demand. These are some of the major trends:

Technology adoption- The pandemic compelled the government to consider other options for reducing the economic risk, and technology arose to meet the challenge. Technology adoption that is more rapid can be beneficial to the industry’s revival. Digitalisation, virtual design, precast technology, and 3D printing are all examples of technologies that will help the sector develop and flourish in the ‘new normal.’ Developers who encourage the use of technology can be eligible for lucrative grants or tax exemptions from the state government. 

Financial steps- For developers, a lack of liquidity is a major issue. Lowering the income tax rate will help the industry grow by easing the financial burden on consumers and increasing their disposable income. Stamp duty should be priced differently for men and women, according to the government.

Single-window for approvals- Real estate needs a single-window implementation framework to provide a significant impetus to the industry and to streamline the supply and demand sides of the real estate cycle. This will make project execution go more smoothly. This will also assist the industry in avoiding waste of time, money, and energy.

As urban residents want to stay healthy and be with their families, reverse migration is on the rise across India’s full breadth. The need for designed projects and luxury villas offering environmentally friendly space in the periphery and suburbs will increase, allowing for social distancing. For instance, in a city like Bangalore, where traffic is notorious, homebuyers have historically preferred to live close to their workplace to reduce travel time, even at the expense of their personal lifestyle. However, this is beginning to change for the better. Many businesses have stated that their workers will continue to operate from home until June 2021 as a result of the pandemic. As a result, regardless of the property’s distance from the office, buyers are searching for residences that are more spacious and situated in less populated areas. 

This pattern can be seen in the fact that pre-COVID-19, Bangalore neighbourhoods like Whitefield, Marathahalli, HSR Layout, and Electronic City were in high demand, but that demand has since decreased. In contrast, new areas such as Horamavu (32%), Yelahanka (56%), RT Nagar (42%), and Hebbal (42%), are attracting increased interest from homebuyers after May 2020. (36 percent). When compared to pre-COVID-19 peaks in Q1 2020, new launches recovered 68 percent in Q3 2020. The majority of new releases were added in East Bangalore throughout the last quarter, with a 37 percent share, followed by South Bangalore with a 33 %. The city saw a large number of new projects in the half range, which accounted for 66% of all new launches. 

Real Estate Bangalore News

The real estate industry was suffering in the midst of a pandemic marked by job losses, wage cuts, and health concerns. A labour shortage arose as a result of a mass migration of migrant workers from large cities to their homes and communities. However, industry insiders say that the last quarter has brought significant relief. Property sales have reportedly increased, especially in major cities, owing to the housing sector. The housing industry made a “decisive return” in the third quarter of 2020, from June to September, according to property consultants ANAROCK. “Housing sales in the top seven cities totalled 29,520 units in Q3 2020, compared to 45,200 units in the pre-COVID-19 quarter of Q1 2020. “Sales were slightly higher than the previous quarter, when the coronavirus pandemic reduced sales to just 12,730 units,” according to a company survey. Anuj Puri, the company’s chairman, said the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), Bengaluru, the National Capital Region (NCR), and Pune accounted for 84 percent of revenue in the quarter.

The quarterly real estate study by property portal, Bengaluru’s real estate saw substantial increase in property sales and enquiries in the October-December 2020 period. Following the lockdown, the steady recovery was visible, with inquiries returning to pre-COVID levels. Over the study period, however, average real estate prices and rental ‘asks’ did not change. 

In October-December 2020, the city saw a 45 percent increase in sales volume compared to July-September 2020. It will take a few months for the city to match the pre-COVID selling figures due to the ongoing economic downturn and job insecurity. “Amid the turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, RBI and GOI announced several steps to help economic recovery,” said Maneesh Upadhyaya, Chief Business Officer. Companies and consumers were reassured by the reduction in home loan interest rates to nearly a 15-year low, stamp duty reductions in Maharashtra and Karnataka, liquidity injection initiatives, one-time debt restructuring, and a supportive stance for NBFCs, MSMEs, and the real estate market. Normalcy began to return to the economy with the gradual opening of cities and the removal of possible vaccines. All of this contributed to an increase in housing demand in the fourth quarter of the year, which saw a significant increase in sales compared to the previous three.”

In the current quarter, 44 residential projects were initiated. In Bangalore, about ten projects from Category A developers were launched in the price range of Rs 75 lakh and upwards. In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, several builders resorted to virtual launches. The city had the fourth highest share of overall launches among India’s top eight metro cities. The premium segment, i.e. homes priced at Rs 1 crore and above, was captured by the product offerings in the south market.

According to the survey, the full recovery will be determined by how well-aligned builders are able to meet the city’s popular demand for ready-to-move inventory priced below Rs 75 lakh. Several Category B and C builders, in particular, have announced plans to launch new inventory in the coming months. Developers will be able to achieve higher selling conversions in the coming months if housing units are priced competitively and enticing deals are made available.

Real Estate Bangalore after COVID / Corona

Real estate is one of the most valuable assets, requiring years of planning and preparation. The industry, which was already struggling in most parts of the world, came to a halt as a result of the lockdown. Things have changed since the unlocking phase started in July. 

Break-up of Regions- The recovery hasn’t been uniform across the world. “The affordable homes segment will lead the way, with inventory falling in cities like Hyderabad, Bangalore, Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, and Pune as stable prices and low interest rates push sales. Peripheral markets, on the other hand, would perform much better because they sell units that suit most buyers’ budgets and desired unit sizes.

During the lockdown, the stressed and uncertain real estate market remained close proximity, with no building activity and no bookings from home buyers. Piyush Goyal, the Commerce Minister, intervened, advising developers to “sell at realistic rates and not wait for a loan from the Centre,” rather than holding on to their stocks. Fearing a massive backlog of construction projects and unsold stock, particularly in the last two quarters of 2020, the Minister added that all will rely on how the offer is made. He explained that one can either be stuck with the commodity (inventory) or sell at significantly lower prices and move forward. In Q2 2020, Bengaluru led the charge with the most units released, accounting for 49 percent of all new launches, compared to Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kolkata. 

According to the Bengaluru-based Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI), number of residential properties in the affordable segment is increasing, with buyers stepping out. Bengaluru has not seen any price reductions in any segment, although other cities are looking for discounts on real estate rates. According to Suresh Hari, Chairman, CREDAI Bengaluru, who spoke to Property Plus about the larger real estate scene in the region, “developers are looking at a 15 to 20% hike in the next two quarters due to input costs and labour shortage.”

Real Estate Companies in Bangalore

  • Brigade Group
  • 35 Years of Experience
  • 75 Total Projects
  • 24 Ongoing Projects

Brigade is a well-known real estate developer in India’s south. Their projects include apartments and villas in Bangalore, Chennai, Chikmagalur, Hyderabad, Kochi, Mangalore, and Mysore, among other major cities in South India. Apartments in Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad are all available for rent. 

Brigade Group is based in Bangalore, with branches in many South Indian cities and a representative office in Dubai. Brigade Group also has made a good mark in the commercial sector by developing some of Bangalore’s largest shopping malls. Brigade Group’s multi-domain business is unique in that it includes land management, property development, leisure, and education. 

The renovation of the Kempegowda Playground in Malleswaram and the Skywalk on Dr. Rajkumar Road won Brigade Group the award for “Best CSR Work by a Developer.” Also, the Best Companies to Work For in India in 2018 by  The Economic Times and Great Place to Work both named Brigade Group as one of India’s Best Companies to Work For in 2018.

  • Godrej Properties
  • 31 Years of Experience
  • 143 Total Projects
  • 87 Ongoing Projects


It is headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, and is one of India’s leading real estate development firms. It is currently working on real estate development projects in ten Indian cities, all of which are in different stages of completion. 

The company’s current emphasis is on residential, industrial, and township projects. It is a seamless integration real estate development company that engages in all aspects of residential real estate development. It completes the projects with the support of its in–house team of professionals as well as partnerships with domestic and foreign businesses.

At PRCI’s Chanakya Awards, Godrej Properties took home the Change Communications for the Year 2017 award. At the 11th CNBC-AWAAZ Real Estate Awards 2016-17, Mr. Adi Godrej won the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award. White Page International called Godrej Properties “India’s Most Admired Brand 2016.” 

  • Prestige Group
  • 35 Years of Experience
  • 144 Total Projects
  • 32 Ongoing Projects


Prestige Estates Projects Limited is a South Indian real estate developer that has influenced the skyline in the residential, commercial, retail, leisure, and hospitality sectors. 

Prestige is the only Bangalore real estate developer to have received the prestigious FIABCI Award for its software and residential facilities. They were also recently given the Crisil DA1 Developer Rating for the quality of their ventures and their ability to deliver finished projects on time, rendering them the ONLY Property Developer in India to earn this honour. 

They have executed over 184 projects covering a cumulative built area of over 60.74 million sqft. Prestige has another 57 current projects comprising about 59.24 million sqft & 43 future work totalling 44.11 million sqft, which include Apartment Enclaves, Shopping Malls and Holding Companies, distributed across all asset classes.

  • Sobha Limited
  • 26 Years of Experience
  • 164 Total Projects
  • 45 Ongoing Projects


Our first residential complex in Bangalore began in September 1997 and was completed in September 1999, just two years later. Following that, we started work on our first contract project, the Commercial Block for Infosys Technologies Limited in Bangalore, which took ten months to finish and was completed in September 2000.

For its Infosys Pune Project, Sobha Space Private Limited, a company in our Promoter community, was also awarded a Project of the Year for the year 2005 by the Builders Association of India, Birla Super Well Designed Structures 2005-2006.  

Their first residential complex in Bangalore began in September 1997 and was completed in September 1999, just two years later. Following that, we started work on our first contract project, the Commercial Block for Infosys Technologies Limited in Bangalore, which took ten months to finish and was completed in September 2000. 

  • Puravankara
  • 46 Years of Experience
  • 69 Total Projects
  • 13 Ongoing Projects

Puravankara Projects was established in Mumbai in 1986 as Puravankara Constructions Private Limited. On July 10, 1992, the company’s name was changed to Puravankara Projects Limited, and its status was changed to public limited company.

Purvankara Group owns and operates the business. Ravi Puravankara established the group in 1975 in response to the increasing demand for high-quality housing and commercial space in India’s major cities. Since then, the Group has expanded to become one of the country’s leading real estate developers, catering to a select customer base.

At the ET Now Awards for Retail Excellence, they were named most admired upcoming project of the year. At the 2013 Realty Plus Excellence Awards, Provident Welworth City was named Affordable Housing of the Year. April – Provident Welworthcity wins Best Residential Dwellings over 1500 sq. ft. at the CREDAI Real Estate Awards.

  •  Adarsh Developers
  • 33 Years of Experience
  • 43 Total Projects
  • 14 Ongoing Projects

At Adarsh Greens, you’ll find meticulously designed designs and technology that combine modern living with natural surroundings. Our 1 BHK and 2 BHK apartments feature cutting-edge infrastructure to provide the highest level of living. In our environments, the ambiance of trees collides with the mobility of urban spaces.

Under the visionary leadership of BM Jayeshankar, the Adarsh Group has experienced tremendous growth since its inception in 1988. He has a keen eye for fashion and efficiency and ensures that each one of his projects emerges as a hallmark and is respected by owners and investors. He is a civil engineering graduate and highly experienced specialist. 

For the past few years, Good Neighbours India, an NGO, has been establishing schools and providing education to the children of workers at every worksite Labor colony. Children and pregnant mothers are given a nutritious Malt every morning for the holistic growth of the labourers. Children are also served lunch in the middle of the day.


  • Salarpuria Sattva 
  • 35 Years of Experience
  • 58 Total Projects
  • 12 Ongoing Projects


The Salarpuria Sattva Group is one of India’s leading real estate development, management, and consulting companies, built on a foundation of confidence, creativity, and knowledge leadership. The Group, which was founded in 1986, has established a presence across India and is now one of the most popular brands in the world. 

Its expansion into other verticals has been filled with creativity and driven by thought leadership as it has evolved as a trusted brand. The Group is now a leader in shaping India’s growth narrative, having expanded into various ventures such as Aerospace, Embedded Technology, Education, Facilities Management, and Warehouse management.

Salarpuria Sattva has evolved into a diverse range of market verticals as a result of its innovative spirit. The Salarpuria Sattva brand is a familiar sight in India’s cities, indicating the country’s erratic growth in the global urban landscape. From luxurious residences to colossal industrial spaces, cutting-edge IT parks, high rises, swank shopping malls, and the best of colleges, the Salarpuria Sattva brand is a familiar sight in India’s cities. 


In Q2 2020, Bengaluru led the way with the most units released, accounting for 49 percent of all new releases, compared to Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Kolkata. According to the Bengaluru-based Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI), demand for residential properties in the affordable segment is increasing, with serious buyers venturing out. Bengaluru has not seen any price reductions in any segment, although other cities are searching for discounts on real estate costs. The previous causes had been neutralised, but COVID-19 was an unexpected development. The sector is transitioning to the current standard as everything changes. When it comes to inquiries, the demand is solid. Conversions from online interaction and social media are strong.

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