Delhi: Turning unaffordable, but hopes high

by Paul Joseph on February 26, 2013 · 0 comments

The National Capital Territory (NCT) is the second most populous metropolis in India after Mumbai. Delhi covers an area of 1,483 sq km and has a population of 16.8 million as per Census 2011, an increase from 13.9 million in Census 2001. The city’s growth rate has slowed considerably during this decade — 2.1 per cent per annum as compared to 4 per cent per annum between 1991-2001. Delhi has undergone major infrastructural changes during the last decade. There are new roads, bridges and a modern metro transport system, making the Capital one of the most attractive cities to live in. Real estate in Delhi has seen a tremendous growth

[via India Properties – Real Estate India – Indian Property News Site]

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