The industrial tag in the past, as well as the introduction of comparatively higher-priced residential projects in specific micro-markets currently, are influencing price movement in West Bengaluru. While metro link to Mysore Road is likely to improve the region's economic potential, it would take a bigger amount of incremental job possibilities and social infrastructure before it can be deemed an investment destination in the next five years. There are several markets in the neighbourhood for everyday essentials, as well as shopping complexes for all branded purchases. All of the hospitals and healthcare institutes in and around this area are well-equipped with cutting-edge medical technology. According to Samantak Das, 'Since our initial edition in 2012, Bengaluru's residential market has stayed resilient in the face of a slowdown in the country's broader economic condition. Our earlier suggestions of Hebbal and K.R. Puram saw price appreciation in the range of 67 percent and 33 percent, respectively, during the last three years, which was much greater than the city's price rise. We advise investors in these markets to hold on to their assets for another two years since the price appreciation will still be more than the city's average price growth. Going forward, we expect that increased employment and forthcoming infrastructure projects will provide a significant boost.
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