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Hyderabad Real Estate Report Apr-Jun 2020

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  • Amid the economic meltdown and construction-linked challenges, housing sales in Hyderabad took a massive hit in Apr-Jun 2020. The quarterly traction dipped by around 70 percent with barely 750 units being sold during the period.
  • Ambiguity around the market revival refrained builders from announcing new projects. Mere six new projects were added in North and West Hyderabad.
  • Increased focus of homebuyers on the affordable pockets bordering the IT corridor improved the residential enquiries in Patancheru, Nizampet, Kondapur and Nagole.
  • Average capital prices in Hyderabad remained stable, QoQ, while annual rents grew by one percent, YoY. HITEC City and Banjara Hills remained popular among the tenant community.
  • Office absorption remained muted, barring a few transactions in Nanakramguda and Gachibowli. Many companies ramped down their operations and shifted to compact spaces.



Property Prices
Rental 'Asks'

* Property prices represent quarterly change * Rental 'asks' represent yearly change

* Supply is basis properties listed on * Demand is basis queries received on



The residential market of Hyderabad struggled due to declining sales in Apr-Jun 2020. Limited availability of labour, economic meltdown and subdued enquiries suppressed the homebuying trend in the city. With a 70 percent decline in the quarterly traction, mere 750 units were sold during the review period. Enquiries, too, stood at a 60 percent low from the pre-COVID period. Resultantly, the average ‘asks’ in Hyderabad maintained status quo, QoQ.

Slow-paced revival in the residential market significantly affected the inventory addition in the city. Merely six new projects were added in North and West Hyderabad as the majority of the reputed developers, including Ramky, Aparna, Vasavi, and Cybercity, among others, deferred their expansion plans by 3-6 months.

While the construction activity might take another two quarters to get back on track, developers anticipate a sharp V or U-curve recovery with respect to sales. A host of flexible payment options, such 100 percent refund up to one year from the booking date, no penalty on construction-linked payments delayed by 6-12 months and no pre-EMI offers until possession, might renew homebuyer’s interest. Besides, many Grade A builders undertaking construction activities in dual shifts to boost the supply of ready homes may also drive the market demand.


Price movement in key micro-markets

LocalitiesApr-Jun 2020QoQ % ChangeYoY % ChangeRental Yield
ManikondaRs 4,200 - 5,0403%5%4%
NizampetRs 3,350 - 4,0304%3%4%
ChandanagarRs 3,890 - 4,4700%-6%3%
MiyapurRs 3,580 - 4,600-4%-6%3%
KukatpallyRs 4,430 - 5,8401%-2%3%
KondapurRs 5,480 - 6,6303%5%0%
GachibowliRs 6,480 - 7,5401%5%3%
AttapurRs 3,700 - 4,5902%3%3%
HITEC CityRs 6,750 - 8,4101%5%3%
Banjara HillsRs 6,240 - 8,9203%10%3%

* Average 'ask' rates have been calculated as per listings posted on
** Rental Yield has been calculated for a 1000 Sq. Ft. apartment


Disclaimer: The views expressed above are for informational purposes only based on industry reports and related news stories. 99acres does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information and shall not be held responsible for any action taken based on the published information.
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