Bengaluru used to be a decent retirement city by and large, yet those days are past. With the consistent disintegration of its green cover, even the tag of Garden City will soon quit appearing well and good. All things considered, there are still areas that are very strong in the unique requirements of senior residents.
The projects which seniors would favor will in general be on the edges, as traffic and contamination are very organized in the city. The best areas for retirees are close to the airport in Devanahalli, Sarjapur, and Atibele in the south, Kanakapura, and Mysore Road. These regions are still generally serene, the network is acceptable and there is acceptable connectivity of social infrastructure like hospitals.
According to an investment perspective, specialists advocate Bengaluru as a steady realty market for genuine financial investors. For all such people searching for a less unstable market with a long-haul skyline, Bangalore gives an appealing property alternative. There is an insignificant loss of rental payments as the term to distinguish or supplant occupants is low. There has been financial investors' interest in capital appreciation also, particularly in certain sub-business sectors of Bangalore.