Nazafgarh sets another record besides producing Virender Sehwag. Delhi's largest R Zone is proposed in Nazafgarh area
/24-7PressRelease/ - NEW DELHI, INDIA, June 05, 2007 - The real estate boom is quit noticeable across India. But, R Zone land, available for sale in Delhi was just a fantastic dream for the developers and the builders. May be, the time has come to fulfill their dreams as an ample proposed R Zone land is available for sale in New Delhi.
Its not about one, two or ten acres, but hundreds of acres of agriculture land is currently available for sale. May be the reason is off-late noticeable development of farmer's state of mind. May be the time has come for Delhi's farmers to become equity shareholders instead of standing in queues for sale their crops in Najafgarh, Narela, Bahadurgarh or some other wheat mundies.
Nazafgarh sets another record besides producing Virender Sehwag. Delhi's largest R Zone is proposed in Nazafgarh area.
According to Manu Dagar, an industry expert "A piece of land of 150-200 acres is ready available to be sold in Malikpur Village, the farmers are waiting for the best offer as their offspring want to invest this money in the current flow on modern business models like: stock market, IT, Transport and other fast growing sectors.
As per the latest information, the farmers from Jhuljhuli village from the same belt sold approximately 100 acres at the price of Rs 2.30 crores per acres. It was very difficult to contact the buyer as the buyer was very keen on maintain his anonymity.
Manu Dagar, author of this news/article has done a massive and extensive study on the land and the farmers from this area since last more than 10 years and is in touch with the all-major move makers and the farmers.
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