Noida and Gurgaon have developed into prominent residential and commercial center points in Delhi NCR. Notwithstanding, the two urban areas have their special arrangement of advantages and disadvantages. Hence, buyers ought to recognize their investment objective and determine which area best suits their necessities. Quickbulls has collated a few factors to consider prior to investing in Noida or Gurgaon.
Delhi NCR is a goldmine for property investment. In any case, since Delhi is unwittingly too far out because of significant expenses for many, individuals are increasingly eyeing NCR for property purchases. Thus, the real estate markets of Gurgaon and Noida have turned into the favorites among designers, investors and end-clients alike. Although both the urban areas lie in the NCR locale, they vary concerning infrastructure, network, quality of living, and real estate demand and supply. While Noida is quite possibly of the largest planned city in Asia, Gurgaon’s miniature markets, however unplanned, have seen tremendous advancement with numerous shopping buildings and IT/ITeS giants dotting the city. Resultantly, these urban communities have attracted end-clients as well as investors from across the world.
Nonetheless, the ceaseless debate of Noida or Gurgaon-which is a superior investment bet-has intensified with time. Subsequently, let us take a gander at the following factors and analyze which is a lucrative investment center point.
Noida versus Gurgaon: An outline
Noida has grown out of its title of Gurgaon’s unfortunate cousin as far as attracting corporates as it has seen a few large deals of late. For instance, Paytm and Microsoft leased around 5.20 lakh sq ft and 1.50 lakh sq ft, individually, and Yes Bank marked a deal for around 70,000 sq ft of office space. With its effective road and metro network, relatively affordable housing stock, vigorous power mechanism, and cutthroat rentals, Noida is emerging as an ideal spot for setting up data places in North India.
Nonetheless, this doesn’t mean that Gurgaon’s potential has diminished. According to Manish Gupta, Director, Homeland Realtor, “The city has seen some large office space transactions regardless of Coronavirus aftermath. In 2019, the Haryana government adopted the Real Estate (Regulation and Improvement) Act, 2016, and by Q4 2019, the development of new flats started, bringing in Rs 3 lakh crore-worth investments to the real estate sector. Notwithstanding, Gurgaon needs to invest in city and physical infrastructure, including drainage and roads, as it is very infamous for waterlogging during the storm season.”
Infrastructure: The primary aspect influencing investments
External road availability
The National Highway (NH) 8 associates Gurgaon to Delhi toward one side and Jaipur on the other. When finished, the Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), also known as the Dwarka Expressway would also give a without hassle network course to Delhi via Dwarka. The eight-lane expressway venture will also impact real estate in Gurgaon, Delhi and surrounding areas. In fact, as soon as the development of the Dwarka Expressway started in 2009, the real estate market in Gurgaon blast. Throughout the long term, it has been one of the most sought-after residential destinations in NCR, attracting investors and end-clients. Real estate engineers are sure that NPR will considerably increase property costs and enhance real estate possibilities in the areas nearby.
Then again, Noida is associated with Delhi and Ghaziabad through expressways. The Yamuna Expressway associates it to Mathura, Agra and then some. The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is also a major thoroughfare. It fills in as a vital network link for those traveling from Ghaziabad and Noida to different office buildings and IT SEZs across Sectors 125, 126, 127, 132, 135, 136, 142 and 144. Moreover, it will also deliver seamless access to the upcoming Jewar Airport and Film City along the Yamuna Expressway.
Concerning roads within as far as possible, Noida is vastly improved planned. Both Noida and Greater Noida have been systematically evolved with clearly demarcated sector roads and by-lanes with green belts. This has been before any real estate advancement. While in Gurgaon, the road infrastructure has come a lot later, and many areas actually lack legitimate road nexus.
As far as metro network, Noida takes the lead. The Noida Metro serving the twin urban communities of Noida and Greater Noida is the second metro framework in NCR after the Delhi Metro. The expansion of the Aqua line of the Noida Metro would interface all the Noida and Greater Noida sectors with the public transport arrangement of NCR, in this way enhancing the livability index.
Although the metro in Gurgaon is functional till Huda Downtown area, and it also has a private metro (Rapid Metro Gurgaon) operational within the city, there are various sectors that remain detached because of lack of planning. While the metro line expansion in Gurgaon is a part of the Master Plan 2031, its implementation could take another 4-5 years.
Being home to the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport has always been an advantage for Gurgaon. Continuous travelers, especially the people who work in the Worldwide Companies (MNC) in Gurgaon, lean toward living here. Without a doubt, Noida has a disadvantage in this regard. In any case, the upcoming International Airport at Jewar has given another lease of life to Noida.
Gurgaon has several presumed schools. Notwithstanding, it lacks schools and colleges for advanced education. The nearest ones are at Sohna Road and Manesar, like the Public authority Polytechnic Manesar and KIIT School of Engineering. Then again, Noida has many educational institutes like Galgotia College, Gautam Buddha College and Amity College. Besides, Noida is greatly improved organized regarding vocational training.
Both Gurgaon and Noida have respectable healthcare infrastructure, comprising major hospitals. Nonetheless, Noida is liked by the healthcare industry as it has better availability and is relatively affordable.
Desirability factor of properties in Noida and Gurgaon
- Gurgaon may take pride in the fact that it is home to Kingdom of Dreams and several shopping malls, however Noida has the Formula-1 track adding to its attractiveness. Besides, Formula 1 is also getting an international cricket stadium close to it.
- The property choices in Gurgaon are more in the exceptional category, with branded engineers, like DLF and Vatika, ruling the market, whereas Noida is a more affordable choice for home searchers.
- One colossal factor in favor of Gurgaon has been the presence of MNCs, which are liable for the real estate blast in the city. In any case, exorbitant lease cost combined with unfortunate infrastructure is forcing corporates to move their base to Noida, which is fast emerging as the following commercial center point.
- With regards to safety, Noida is a preferable decision over Gurgaon. Statistically, the crime percentage in Gurgaon is higher than in Noida. Subsequently, youngsters and families are increasingly choosing Noida over Gurgaon.
Profit from investments
According to Mudassir Zaidi, Chief Director, North, Knight Frank India, “It is a great opportunity to buy a home. Given the property costs are relatively low, politeness of the pandemic and the increased disposable income in the last decade, the residential market has become relatively affordable. Small designers have now been would in general align with Grade An engineers to execute more seasoned and as of late launched projects. Stress subsidizes like Special Window for Funding Stalled Affordable and Center Income Housing Undertakings (SWAMIH) have also aided in project consummation, in this way strengthening buyer certainty. Both Gurgaon and Noida are potential investment destinations. Notwithstanding, Noida leads regarding infrastructure improvement and affordability.”
According to an investor viewpoint, since the recuperation cycle is in the nascent stage, costs are stable and may not ascent exorbitantly. Hence, long haul investors willing to see quieted returns for the following little while may think about investing now or can wait for the energy to increase. Gurgaon guarantees high potential in the new sectors that have adequate housing supply as costs are relatively low. The expectation is that the Northern Peripheral Road, Central Peripheral Road, and the shifting of the Kherki Daula Toll Plaza will be finished soon, which will significantly support the housing demand. Noida and Greater Noida being larger markets regarding housing supply, may see a more slow increase in costs than the neighboring areas. With the new Jewar Airport and Film City underway, the rate of profits is supposed to be higher in these areas, however the holding time frame has to be longer, adds Zaidi.
The two urban communities are probably going to generate favorable gets back from an investment standpoint. In Gurgaon, commercial and corporate workplaces are almost multiple times than Noida. Other than being near South Delhi and the IGI airport, Gurgaon has additional advantages. Nonetheless, costs here are presently exorbitant, and an individual with a spending plan of Rs 50-60 lakh has to search for investment open doors on the fringe. As an alternative, the vicinity of the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway offers a wise investment opportunity in relatively smaller ticket sizes. Lastly, Gurgaon is still primarily an investor-driven market, while Noida caters more to center portion end-clients because of its lower pricing.
While the two urban areas have established their mark on the real estate market, investors should base their choice on the present and future infrastructural advancements.