Homes in Bangalore for Rent have increased by 50%

Homes in Bangalore for Rent have increased by 50% since the outbreak.

Residential rental prices in Bengaluru’s IT corridor—Marathahalli, Bellandur, and Whitefield—have increased by more than 50% since Covid’s founding due to rising demand for accommodation.

To further understand the trend, TOI spoke with numerous real estate brokers, homeowners, and tenants in the neighborhood. For a 2-BHK house under 1,000 square feet in any residential neighborhood in the IT corridor, renters must pay at least Rs 30,000 per month, while rental flats in larger apartment complexes with clubhouses and other amenities could cost as much as Rs 50,000.

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Local real estate entrepreneurs claim that 2-BHK homes and apartments would have rented for Rs 12,000–20,000 before COVID-19 as opposed to Rs 25,000–40,000 currently. In a similar vein, Homes in Bangalore for Rent 1-BHK homes and apartments might be found for Rs 7,000–10,000 as opposed to the current Rs 15,000–25,000.

Despite the exorbitant costs, some real estate brokers said that thousands of apartments are quickly finding tenants.

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